What to Expect on a Sunday morning

 

We’re one big family at Messiah!

 
Messiah is a church that stays true to God’s unchanging Word, but we try to do it in a setting that is genuine and real.  Come as you are to worship and you’ll fit right in.  You’ll see some men wearing jackets and ladies in dresses, while others are in casual tops with jeans or shorts.  Don’t be surprised to find people hanging around for quite a while before and after our services, as we love to laugh, smile and catch up on life’s happenings on Sunday mornings.
 
 

 

FORWARD IN FAITH

In 2020, Messiah will open it’s largest ever expansion!  
We are excited to share what God is doing at Messiah with you.
 

Ministry Stories

Being a Friend to the Friendship Home

The fifth grade class at Messiah spent part of their day on Thursday tying blankets to donate to the Friendship Home, a shelter for women and children who had to escape from domestic violence. These women and families often arrive with only the clothes on their backs, so receiving a warm blanket can be the first act of love they’ve experienced in a while.

Families of the fifth grade students contributed to the purchasing of fleece for these blankets, and a Thrivent Action Grant helped to cover the rest of the costs. Pray for the staff at the Friendship Home and for the people who have to make use of their services, that they would feel the love of God through these blankets.


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Thanks Mrs. Beeman!

Mrs. Beeman is the kindergarten Teacher’s Aide here at Messiah school.  Recently, she noticed that a student’s winter jacket was ripped along both arms.
 
She tried using duct tape on the rips while the class went to the first recess of the day, but it wasn’t long before it wasn’t sticking to the fabric of the coat and was flapping in the cold breeze.
 
When Mrs. Beeman’s time in the classroom was done for the day, she took the student’s coat home, repaired it, and brought it back to school, ready to wear before the class took their afternoon recess!

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Continuing to Help the People of King Lake

As the weather is getting much colder, we may be suspending our trips to King Lake for the winter. We give thanks to all of those that have been able to help the people in that area. On Nov. 16, over 200 volunteers chipped in to continue to help rebuild homes. As of today, though, only 30 homes are habitable, with another 45 needing to be repaired/rebuilt. Our work will definitely be continuing for many months.
On Nov. 23, we gathered in the town for a Thanksgiving meal. Over 300 townspeople and volunteers joined together to give Thanks for all the Lord as provided.
We give thanks to everyone at the Messiah family for donating your time and treasures to helping the people of King Lake. Please continue to pray for them and look for opportunities to serve them however you can.


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