Weekly Update 1.18.18
Here's what's happening at Missio!
New Sermon Series: SHEMA January 7-February 11
When you hear about God, what's your usual response? How does what you hear impact what you do? The Bible has a specific way of calling followers of God to not just hear God but to respond to him. Over the next six weeks, we will be looking at the Bible to take inventory of how we hear and obey God. We will walk through specific words of the Bible that Jesus commands us to live and seek to follow him in doing so.
Parent-Child Guidance Class
Parents and Caregivers, you are invited to a new and ongoing 6 week parent-child guidance class inspired by the RIE® parenting model (rie.org). This class will seek to support parents/caregivers and young children alike in their unique selves and their ever developing relationship from the very start. The first 6 week class will specifically be for mobile babies (crawling & toddling) and their parent/caregiver. It will begin with a required parent/caregiver only orientation on Friday, February 2nd, 10-11:30am in the Missio toddler classroom, and will continue on Fridays for 6 week sessions beginning February 16th, 10:00-11:30am. For more information about the class and to see if this is a good fit for you, click HERE. To register, please contact Joy Costello by Friday, January 26th. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (801) 824-6275.
The Peoples Theology
Our final episode of 2017 is out now. If you haven't, listen HERE. As we prepare for the 2018 season we'd love your input. Are there topics, questions, or issues that you would like us to cover? Podcast@missiodeislc.com
Missio Foster & Adoptive Families
A support group for foster and adoptive parents, with childcare and activities for kids and teens in their families. If you would like to attend the meeting (next one is Saturday, January 20th) as a parent or learn more about foster or adoptive parenting, please contact Jenny at email@example.com. If you'd like to support this ministry, contact Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red Light Ministry
Red Light Ministry is looking for items to help our homeless population stay warm this winter. We are happy to take gently used items, whether they are from your own closet, from your friends and coworkers, or from one of the local thrift shops. We will have a box available in the lobby each Sunday to drop off your items. The items we need most right now are:
- Sleeping bags
- Warm shoes
- Warm socks (new please)
- Hand warmers
- Underwear (new please)