Weekly Update 8.16.18

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August 16,2018

If we want to know how God feels about us we need to look at Jesus and watch the way he loves, embraces, and challenges the people around him. If we want to know how we should engage with the world, we need to look at Jesus and see how he always moves towards those he encounters. Join us this week at 9 or 11am as we continue in our series, Exclusion & Embrace.

Can't join us? Listen to the sermon here.

CHRISTIAN AND ANNA'S DEPARTURE

For the last three years they’ve faithfully served and led; helping Missio be a betterplace to serve and lead. We’re so thankful for their friendship, generosity, and presence at Missio. With Christian’s departure, Jonny Morrison will be the point of contact and pastoral support for Worship Ministry. Heather Thomas will be looking for someone to help lead Missio Kids. If you have questions or ideas or have interest in serving in these ways at Missio, please e-mail one of them.

MISSIO KIDS TRAINING
If you currently serve or are interested in serving with Missio Kids, please join us for a training event! On Monday, August 27th, we will have a new handbook, go over policies and procedures, and have a question and answer time. This is a great opportunity to connect with other leaders, get to know more about why we do what we do, and finally learn how to start the PreK video! If you have any questions, please email Anna. To register, click HERE.

CHANGE GROUPS
We have new change groups starting up again this fall. These are small groups that take us through an intentional process toward wholeness. For more information and to register click here.

MISSIO YOUTH
Mark your calendar for the 

Back to School Bash on
Wednesday, Sept. 12th
at Missio Dei South Jordan.
Join us from 6:30-8:00pm for an 80's Themed Karaoke Party. This is your chance to dress 80's! For more info. or to RSVP, email Nate.

MISSIO KIDS SUPPLY DRIVE
As you buy supplies for the upcoming school year, please consider picking up a few extras for Missio Kids! We are always flying through things like crayons, colored pencils, white copy paper, cardstock of all colors, scotch tape, masking tape, glue sticks, scissors, sticky notes, craft sticks, stickers, dot markers, stamp pads, and pom poms. Generally speaking, if your child's school classroom can use it, so can we at Missio Kids! All donations are greatly appreciated! You can drop off supplies with the Missio Kids Check-In volunteer. 

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