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But in fact Christ has been raised from the dead, the first fruits of those who have died.
— 1 Corinthians 15:20 NRSV

The Possible Impossible -
Week of Compassion 

Special Offering 2019

We sometimes think that “imagination” means something escapist or illusory. Yet, imagination is not something unreal or fake. No, it is essential to God’s hope for creation. Hear how the Apostle Paul put it: “Now to him who by the power at work within us is able to accomplish
 abundantly far more than all we can ask or imagine...” (Ephesians 3:20-21). And God imagines a world where all are safe, all are loved, all are fed.
You see, when we use our imaginations in the way that God does, we can begin to envision – and work for! – a world
where no child goes unfed, un-housed, or unloved;
where no one ever fears abuse or violence;
where clean water is not a dream but a reality for all;
where small farmers do their work with dignity and are paid a fair wage for their labors;
where agricultural practices enrich and renew the land rather than deplete it;
where survivors of natural disasters have the resources they need, now and for years to come;
where vulnerable immigrants are welcomed in Christ’s name. Can YOU imagine these things? Through your gifts to
 Week of Compassion what we can imagine becomes
 ever more a reality for more and more people.

To donate online, click on the Online Giving tab above and follow the directions on the screen.

From weekofcompassion.org 
The Possible Impossible -Week of Compassion 

Seeking Knowledge - Gaining Fellowship

If you are interested in attending the event, please sign up at Lisa's Desk in the entryway, or call the church office.
Love gift luncheon 2019

Lent Fish Drive 2019
March 6 - April 18

Ofh fish drive 2019
In 2015, the community began “fishing” for struggling families and neighbors through a food drive that collects high-protein fish products during Lent.
Churches, businesses, schools and other organizations will be participating in the 5th annual drive anytime between March 6 and April 18.
Collected fish items will benefit the one in five children and one in seven adults who face food insecurity in the Ozarks. Fish contains many nutrients and has a high protein value, and it is requested by many people who receive food assistance through our network of 270 hunger-relief partners.


Lots of Events Coming Up...

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