Missio Dei Community
This week’s Pastors Blog:
What is the Missio Dei? Why would we ever be known by that name? What does it mean to be on Mission with God? These are all questions that I have been asked or should be asked when we talk about who we are as a community. They are questions that deal with intent and purpose. Why are we here and what is God doing in this world are things that we all should be contemplating and discussing with each other and those outside our community…
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Wasatch Worship Gathering
Save the date for July 14th when we will have our Wasatch Worship Gathering. This will be a time we worship together as a community up Big Cottonwood Canyon. Camping will be available this weekend as well. More details to follow.
Are you interested in serving with Missio Dei? We’ve got a number of areas in which we need folks to help out. More details here.
Jr. High Group
The junior high group (ages 12-14) meets on the first Sunday of every month. It’s an informal gathering where we hang out, eat donuts, and discuss how God is revealing Himself through His Word and in community. We meet in the back of the worship space during the 5 minute break and end in time for students to worship and take communion with their families. If you have any questions email Cat Rogers at email@example.com.
New to Missio Lunch
If you’re new to Missio, we hold a new to Missio lunch the third Sunday of every month. This will take place in the City Creek (where the kids meet) room just down the hall from where we meet for worship on Sunday mornings. This will be a time to hear about the vision of Missio, answer any questions you may have, and get connected with some folks. Drinks and sandwiches will be provided. If you have any questions, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conflict Management Class
You are invited to a class on conflict management on June 15th from 9am to 2pm at the Missio Community Space. In This class Tuesday Roby will lead us into understanding why conflict exists, different principles of conflict management, how to be aware of your feelings and motives as well as those of others, and how to seek resolution. This class is meant to help equip people for dealing with normal conflict in life in a healthy and God honoring manner. Seating for this class is limited, so please RSVP to email@example.com.
Classes & Book Study Leaders
Are you interested in teaching a class or leading a book study here at Missio? We’ll be offering classes soon, and want to hear from you. If you would like to teach please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to discuss your ideas. If you would like to lead a book study we want to hear from you as well. We have a list of books complete with study guides/discussion questions. To talk through ideas, email email@example.com.
Homeless and Red Light Outreach Needs
Sunday mornings we have bins for donations that go towards the work Joel Hunt is a part of at the Fourth Street Clinic. Thank you all so much for your donations, many people have been and are being helped. Our homeless friends needs are now more warm/hot weather focused. Thanks again for your help.
-Gift cards (ex. restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores)