MINISTRY CATA LO G
WELCOME ! Whether you are new to College Heights or a long time member, we are so glad you are here! Every person who walks through our doors is important to us, so if you ever feel like just another number, we’re doing something wrong and we give you permission to tell us about it! We know that you, like every person who comes to College Heights, are on a unique journey of faith marked by a quest to answer the questions you face. “Will I fit in here with this group of people?” “Is this a place where I can serve?” “Can these people help me grow in my relationship with God?” Or maybe you are wrestling with difficult and disturbing questions like, “Where is God in the midst of tragedy?” “Is there hope for me to be forgiven by God?” “What happens to me when I die?” “How can I live a life that matters?” Wherever you are on your journey, we want to walk together with you. It is in Christian community that we learn our true identity, what our purpose is, and who we are meant to become. At College Heights, you can be a part of something bigger than yourself. It is only together that we can carry out our mission: to make disciples of Jesus Christ who change the world through the power of the Holy Spirit to the glory of God. We invite you to join us in • praying about everything to strengthen our trust and love for God; • speaking the good news of Jesus’ rescue, healing, and purpose; • growing by following Jesus and choosing God’s way every day; and • loving like Jesus loved by giving time, resources, gifts, and energy to help all people encounter God’s love. As a group of God’s people we care about you and your family and we’re here not only to help you grow spiritually, but to help in any way we can! 1
OUR MINISTERS Josh Beck Small Groups x320
Rick Bushnell Senior Adults x190
Logan Greer Middle School x150
Wade Landers Titus Josh Quade Global Outreach Age & Neuenschwander College x370 Young Adults Family x180
ELDERS Dick Crabill
Dave DeSonier Chris DeWelt
Bob Nunnally Dan Paic
Bryce Hansen Josh Huckabay Sy Huffer High School x160
Creative Arts x310
Lead Minister x300
Administrator/ Care x110
Early Childhood x130
Corrine Babcock . . . . . . . . . . Global Outreach Carol Bowland . . . . . . . Executive AA/Women Pete Braeckel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maintenance Cindy Branton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Middle School Madeline Bridgford . . College/Young Adults Donna Cole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Global Outreach Wendy Dean . . . . . . . Preaching/Creative Arts Steve Dennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Facilities Joe Earhart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accounting Elaine Francis . . . . . . . . . . . . Business Assistant Tosha Funderburgh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Children Mary George . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Receptionist John Giles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Administration Tanner Grove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . High School Renee Hazlewood . . . . . . . . . . Early Childhood Ben Hedger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Global Outreach Tim Heidner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Facilities Jonathan Horton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IT Manager Joe Keeling . . . . . . . . . . . Custodial Supervisor Kasey Longing . . . . . . . . . . . . . Early Childhood Amy Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Communications Luis Rodolfo Munoz . . . . . Hispanic Ministries Lois Pickering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Early Childhood Caitlin Schaeffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . College Age Neil Simmonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . Guest Services Vicky Stuck . . . . . . . . . Facilities/Senior Adults Trish Udell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Internationals Alec Ward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Creative Arts Kaele Ward . . . . . . . . . . . . Family/Small Group Becca White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Youth Team 2
NEW HERE? If this is your first time at College Heights, please stop by the Next Steps Kiosk in the Atrium–we would love to give you a welcome gift and answer any questions you have!
Join us Sunday mornings at 9:15 & 11:00 AM for music and biblical teaching. We also offer Bible School classes for all ages with additional teaching and fellowship during those hours. There is parking for visitors on the south side of the Worship Center (directly off of Newman Road). Hearing devices for the hearing impaired are available at the Next Steps Kiosk in the Atrium. Deaf interpreters are available during the 11:00 AM worship service. En el Centro de Información hay disponibles audífonos para escuchar en Español, el mensaje que se predica los domingos durante el servicio de las 11:00 AM.
MP3s and videos of the sermon can be listened to and downloaded from our website or iTunes.
FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN
We want this to be the best hour of your child’s week and the most helpful hour of yours. To minimize distractions for adults and to maximize your child’s experience, we encourage children to participate in age-appropriate classes. Stop by the Next Steps Kiosk in the Atrium and our Guest Services team would be glad to answer your questions. We also love babies at College Heights and realize sometimes babies need to be with their parents. We provide a Cry Room at the back of the Worship Center behind the sound booth with rocking chairs and a live feed of the worship service.
YOUR NEXT STEP
Come to Next Steps Coffee on the first and third Sunday of every month at 9:15 AM in the Prayer Room. This is a class to learn more about the church, meet new people, and discuss different ways to be involved.
SAVE THE DATE GREAT DAY OF SERVICE
We support and partner with several domestic non-profit organizations: CHRISTIAN PRISON MINISTRY evangelizes, encourages, and equips believers in all 23 Missouri state prisons and the federal prison in Springfield. To get involved in this ministry, visit christianprisonministryofmissouri.org. COLLEGE HEIGHTS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL is a private, nondenominational school (Pre-K— grade 12) glorifying God through excellence as a Christ-centered learning environment that produces servant-leaders with a Biblical worldview. Visit collegeheights.org. COOKSON HILLS is a home, school, and therapy haven for at-risk children. Cookson Hills is designed to help kids take responsibility for themselves both now and in the long run. Visit cooksonhills.org. CROSSLINES MINISTRY provides food, household items, clothes, and assistance to people in the Joplin area. To find out about donations needed, visit crosslinsjoplin.org. GOD’S RESORT provides clean, safe, and affordable housing as well as relationship-based programs, events, and activities intended to empower residents as they learn and grow. Visit godsresortjoplin.org.
KOINONIA CHRISTIAN CAMPUS MINISTRY promotes Jesus Christ on the campus of Missouri Southern State University and
assists students in their ministry there. Visit koinoniamssu.org. LIFE CHOICES provides confidential services to help individuals make informed decisions about their sexual health. For more information, visit choicesmedical.org. LIFE HOUSE provides mentoring, education, and physical and spiritual partnership to empower people to be who they can be with the help of God. Volunteer in the after-school program, community programs, or special events. Visit neighborhoodlifehouse.org. MARANATHA BIBLE CAMP focuses on challenging children and youth, to know Christ and mature in him. MBC hosts summer camp, family camp, junior bash, and worship retreats, among other events. Visit marantathabiblecamp.org. SPRING RIVER CHRISTIAN VILLAGE is a retirement community providing resident-centered, costeffective health care services and programs to each resident. To learn ways you can volunteer, visit christianhomes.org. WATERED GARDENS GOSPEL RESCUE MISSION serves the church in its mission to help the poor in Jesus’ name. To volunteer to serve or take a shift in the shelter visit wateredgardens.org.
Making disciples of Jesus who change the world is a high value to College Heights. We have a variety of opportunities that allow us in Joplin to actively participate in the work our Global Partners are doing around the world:
• Global Outreach Team —Know about the work our Global Partners are doing, encourage and support them, and educate others in the church. We also have a special time for the kids to teach them what God is doing around the world. Join us at our Global Outreach Team Meeting the second Monday evening of each month starting again in September at 6:00 PM in the Atrium. • Global Outreach Trips—Participate in ministry trips overseas for prayer, encouragement, ministry opportunities, and work. • Prayer Events—Pray at special prayer events throughout the year for specific people groups, Global Outreach team, or significant event.
We have Global Partners around the world among various Unreached People Groups. Please keep them in your prayers. They serve in: • Eastern Europe • India
• Central Asia • North Africa • NE Africa
• SE Asia • Taiwan/ Hong Kong
OTHER GLOBAL PARTNERS
We also support various organizations that work around the world: • Blackbox International • Central India Christian Mission • Christ In Youth • Choose Life Center–Serbia • Good News Productions International
• Lifted Up International • Literature And Teaching Ministries • Ozark Christian College • Rapha House • Team Expansion International • TRAIN International 6
SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY 8:00 AM
Peacemakers Servants (Group A) Truthseekers Victory Strength & Weakness
Baby City Toddler Town Kids’ Country LaunchPad Middle School High School BCNU College Age Crusaders Life with Kids NextGen Parents Simple English Servants (Group B) Spanish Strength & Weakness Thru the Roof Women’s Class
Baby City Toddler Town Kids’ Country LaunchPad Encouragers
Empty Nesters/Senior Adults All Adult Ages Senior Adults Empty Nesters/Senior Adults Women
L108 K120 A104 A101 A105
Infants-1’s Hallway E 2’s & 3’s Hallway D Pre-K & K Hallway H Grades 1–5 Chapel Grades 6–8 K124 Grades 9-12 Gym 30-70 Year Olds L106 18-25 Year Olds East Campus All Adult Ages K126 Parents of Elementary Children K119 Parents of Students K123 English as a Second Language A108 All Adult Ages K120 All Adult Ages A104 Men A103 Those with Disabilities TTR House Women K121
Infants-1’s 2’s & 3’s Pre-K & K Grades 1–5 All Adult Ages
Hallway E Hallway D Hallway H Chapel K126
Did you know that Jesus’ plan to reach the world...to change the world...is you? It’s the church! That is Jesus’ plan! The church is a community of committed disciples of Jesus who make other disciples. Being in relationship with Jesus and with each other is the core of who we are.
individuals, families and communities. We will change the world...through relationship!
In a small group, we create an environment for sharing our lives with one another, praying for one another and the world around us, growing together in Christ, caring for one another, and reaching out to those around us who also need Jesus.
Francis Schaeffer wrote that “Christian community is the last apologetic”; meaning that how To be a Christian is to belong love one another is how the world to the community of Christians. will know that we are Christians! Come and find where you belong. This goes beyond a Sunday morning gathering. Worshiping shoulder to shoulder on Sunday morning is important. And teaching and preaching the Word of God is something Jesus modeled and told his people they should do. At the same time, if we are not living out those very teachings in our day-to-day life, we are missing a large part of being a Christian. Learning to obey and live in a way that honors Christ is always done in community.
If you want to join or even start a small group, connect with our Small Groups Minister, Josh Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org or 624.6915 x320 or Kaele Ward, Small Groups Ministry Administrative Assistant, at x181 or email@example.com.
We believe that focused small groups led by intentional small group leaders will change
WEDNESDAY YOUTH PROGRAMMING Contact Becca White: firstname.lastname@example.org
EARLY CHILDHOOD (BABIES THRU KINDERGARTEN) 7:00 PM
Our Early Childhood Ministry seeks to help young children grow in their knowledge of and love for Jesus through biblically sound lessons, fun and age appropriate activities, and safe, quality care. For more information go to chjoplin.org/earlychildhood. Baby City (0-1 year): E Hallway (near the Atrium) Toddler Town (2-3 years): D Hallway (near the Atrium) Kid Cadets (pre-k & kindergarten): H Hallway (near the Cafeteria)
SCHOOL AGE (1ST – 12TH GRADE) LaunchPad BLAST (1st – 5th Grade) 7:00 PM in the Gym On Wednesday nights, we have LaunchPad BLAST, where we play awesome games, study a story from God’s Word, memorize that story, and talk about how to apply it to our lives in small groups. For more info go to chjoplin.org/children. Kid’s Choir (1st – 5th Grade) 7:00 PM in the Fellowship Hall On Wednesday nights, we meet to practice for our Christmas production: Fact or Fiction: The Christmas Edition. Contact Kathy or Richard Wright for more information. Odyssey (6th – 8th Grade) - 6:30 – 8:30 PM in the Atrium We want to engage the hearts of middle school students with the truth of Jesus & proactively help them answer the “Why?” of their beliefs all while having fun & with trusted adult mentors. For more information go to chjoplin.org/middleschool. Quake (9th – 12th Grade) - 6:30 – 8:30 PM in the Chapel A fun environment for high school students to love Jesus through worship, teaching, discussion & challenges to make a difference in the world around them through the power of the Holy Spirit. For more information go to chjoplin.org/highschool.
WEDNESDAY ADULT ELECTIVES Contact Kaele Ward: email@example.com
PRACTICAL CLASSES 7:00 PM
Gospel Parenting – Titus Neuenschwander – Room K121 Is the Gospel big enough to help broken parents lead broken kids in a broken world? This discussion will help parents fret less about having “good” kids and discover the freedom of gospelcentered parenting.
Financial Peace University – Michael Hicks – Room K125 This study features Dave Ramsey walking you through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future, and much more. (FPU membership $99, scholarships available by request.) Orchestra - Todd Johnson – Room K124 Adults are welcome to come join together and enjoy one another’s company while they play their various instruments. All strings, brass, and woodwinds are welcome!
CARE CLASSES 7:00 PM
Grief Share – Jeff White – Room I105 If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. This group helps you face these challenges & move toward healing. Divorce Care – Sharon and Dervin Roth – Room A108 Find help & healing for the hurt of separation & divorce. This is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. BIBLE CLASSES 7:00 PM
Miracles of Jesus – Mark Scott – Choir Room K126 Study how to understand the miracles of Jesus as not just evidences of his power but as pictures of a new redeemed world.
Christianity 101 – Terry Bowland – Room L108 Whether you are a new believer or a seasoned saint, this class will provide a fun venue for exploring some of the basic aspects of what it means to be a Christian. Thru the Roof Bible Study – Thru the Roof, 831 Sycamore Thru The Roof is a ministry for people with disabilities and their families to glorify God. Wednesday is designated for Bible study. MEN ONLY 7:00 PM
Real Men – Pat Boyer – Room B104 This 12-lesson video series brings together a group of dynamic speakers, challenging men to be stronger followers of Jesus.
WOMEN ONLY 7:00 PM (Contact Carol Bowland: firstname.lastname@example.org) Galatians/Ephesians - Donna Still ($9 book cost) – Room A101 This Bible study will teach you how to discover God’s precepts, purposes, and promises and enhance your daily Bible reading.
True Woman 101 – Heather Williams & Sheryl Bushnell - K123 Dig into the heart of true womanhood and discover the beauty, joy, and fulfillment of being exactly who He created you to be. Uninvited - Single Moms Book Study – Room K F110/G102 Open Your Bible - (geared toward young women) - Carol Bowland & Vickie Gilmer K119
EARLY CHILDHOOD Our Early Childhood Ministry includes Baby City (0-1), Toddler Town (2-3), and Kid Cadets (Preschool 4’s-Kindergarten). We find joy in helping young children grow in their knowledge of and love for Jesus! We’re honored to serve families and help you connect through service projects, fun activities, and moments of growth. We offer biblically sound lessons, age appropriate activities, and safe, quality care on Sundays at 9:15 AM and 11:00 AM. Wednesday programming is offered at 7 PM during the school year. View our Parent Page online each week for highlights of what your child learned on Sunday, ideas for how to reinforce the lessons at home, and announcements about upcoming events and family connection opportunities. Visit chjoplin.org/earlychildhood. The Early Childhood Ministry staff is here to serve both families and volunteers! If you have questions about our ministry or are looking for opportunities to serve, contact Ann Wolfe, Early Childhood Minister email@example.com or x130. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook: CHCC Early Childhood
Clothing Swap–Saturday, October 21, in the Atrium,10 AM to Noon. Clean out your closets of children’s clothing you no longer need, while picking out “new to you” clothes for your children. FREE CLOTHES FOR YOUR KIDS! Family Christmas Party–Friday, December 8, at 6 PM in the Atrium. Families can enjoy a memorable evening together, celebrating the birth of Jesus through a yummy dinner and special activities that will help draw your children closer to Jesus!
Discipleship Parenting Class–Saturday, February 3, at 10 AM in K120. Learn how to disciple young children and teach them to know, love and serve Jesus. Programming for children will be provided for this event.
1ST - 5TH GRADERS
LaunchPad is our program for elementary students. Our goal in LaunchPad is to give every child a solid foundation for their spiritual journey. We do this by going all the way thru the Bible every year. Each week we dive into a Bible story to learn the facts and discuss how we can apply it to our lives. We also spend time in small groups to learn how to talk about Jesus and share our lives with others. We use FUN to make church enjoyable and memorable; hopefully this will be the best hours of a child’s week. Every week we like to...PLAY HARD, SING LOUD, LOVE GOD.
We want your children to feel like they BELONG in LaunchPad. We design our time together to teach them about Jesus and connect them with friends their own age and adult leaders who will engage them, encourage them, and be a consistent voice in their lives. We know kids love to have fun, so we do our best to include that, too. It’s a great way to bond with friends and learn about Jesus.
We are always on the lookout for people who love Jesus & love children. If you share our desire to establish a strong foundation for our children’s spiritual journey, we would love to talk to you about joining the team. We have lots of different roles to meet a wide variety of passions, skills, and comfort levels. So if you are thinking about it...JUST SAY YES to joining the LaunchPad team!
9:15 AM is our Sunday School hour 11:00 AM is our Large Group hour Brian Sitton, Children’s Minister Tosha Funderburg, Children’s Ministry Coordinator
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STUDENTS MIDDLE SCHOOL Odyssey in the Morning Odyssey at Night
9:30 - 10:30 AM Sunday in K124 6:30 - 8:30 PM Wednesday in the Atrium
Middle School Thanksgiving Dinner November 15
HIGH SCHOOL High School Bible Study QUAKE:
9:30 - 10:30 AM Sunday in the Gym 6:30 - 8:30 PM Wednesday in the Atrium
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COLLEGE AGE The College Age Ministry helps college age individuals prepare for what’s next: relationships, careers, families, and lifelong ministry involvement. We’re here to be a community for college students who call Joplin “home” during the school year. Follow @CHcollegeage on Twitter and College Heights College Age on Facebook!
and learning more about who Jesus is based on his encounters with people like you and me.
Meet us at 7:30 PM in the Chapel every Sunday for our College Age worship gathering. Join us early at 6:40 Brew to hang out and grab a cup of coffee. This semester we are diving into the Book of Luke
Adult-hosted/student-led small groups meet at various times and places. If you are interested, contact Bethany Ames at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Block off October 27-29 for our annual weekend retreat. We will join college students from our region to get out of town for a couple days to rest, reflect, grow, and enjoy some time together.
INTERNATIONALS FRIENDSHIP FAMILIES
Over 200 international students study at MSSU! Students tell us that time spent with a family is one of the most memorable things they do while in America. Families show hospitality by providing a meal to one or more students monthly during a semester. Share a meal—share life!
Hundreds of refugees have resettled in Southwest Missouri after fleeing dangerous situations in their home countries. They are now working to make a better life. Volunteers are needed one day a week to come alongside teachers to help refugees learn English.
For more information contact Trish at email@example.com, or leave a message at 417.291.7433.
WOMEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDIES Contact Carol Bowland: firstname.lastname@example.org Galatians/Ephesians - Donna Still ($9 book cost) – Room A101 This 13-week Inductive Bible Study will teach you how to discover God’s precepts, purposes and promises and enhance your daily Bible reading. True Woman 101 – Heather Williams & Sheryl Bushnell - K123 Dig into the heart of true womanhood and discover the beauty, joy, and fulfillment of being exactly who He created you to be. Uninvited - Single Moms Book Study – Room K F110/G102 Open Your Bible - (geared toward young women) - Carol Bowland & Vickie Gilmer K119
We meet the second Monday of each month in the College Heights Atrium for an entertaining and informative program and a catered lunch. Cost is $5 per person.
MEALS ON WHEELS
See the smile on peoplesâ€™ faces when you deliver a hot, nutritious lunch.
Visit people in homes, hospitals, and health care centers who are restricted due to health or other problems.
Help provide food and clothing to families. Help fill the pantry as well as sort, size, and hang clothes for families.
SPRING RIVER CHRISTIAN VILLAGE
Volunteers pass out fresh water, help with meals, mending, exercise classes, and hobbies. Contact Rick Bushnell, Senior Adults Minister, at x190 or rbushnell@chjoplin. org or Vicky Stuck, Administrative Assistant, x121 or email@example.com.
PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Our Thru The Roof ministry desires to help everyone experience God’s love and learn more about Him, regardless of physical or developmental challenges.
Our Bible School classes meet at 9:15 AM on Sundays for children, high schoolers, and young adults.
We have a mid-week service every week with a special activity every 4th Wednesday.
PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT
Approximately every two months, we plan a fun-filled evening for the children so parents have a few hours to themselves. For more information, call the church office at 624.6915.
La vida del creyente Cristiano requiere de un crecimiento espiritual continuo. El Estudio Bíblico (Domingos) y el Tiempo de Oración (Miercoles) son medios que brindan esta oportunidad a la comunidad hispana, en su ayuda para el andar en el camino hacia Dios. Así también es una puerta abierta para los no creyentes a que conozcan a Jesús, Nuestro Salvador. Este
Ministerio desarrolla otras variadas actividades cristianas; tales como vigilias, ayunos, cursos financieros para saber manejar los ingresos, viajes a conferencias y obras teatrales, películas y caminatas de oración, viajes de recreación sana, y visitar a los enfermos en los hospitales; para llevarles una voz de aliento.
Contacto Luis R. Munoz 417.317.3162 o 417.624.6915 x338 o firstname.lastname@example.org. Oficina: Lunes, Martes y Jueves; Horario: 9:00AM - 1:00 PM • Estudio Bíblico cada Domingo a las 9:00 AM • Culto a las 11:00 AM con interpretación Inglés a Español • Reunión de Oración—Miercoles de 7:00 PM - Salón A 104 • Curso de Inglés básico todos los miercoles de 6:00 a 7:00 PM - Salón A 104 • Vigilia - Abril 10. Salón A104 - 7:00 PM a las 12:00 PM
FAMILIES A healthy family nurtures their marriage, seeks deep friendships, leans on a loving God, and leads their children to follow Jesus Christ. We help families pursue and lay this foundation. Contact Titus Neuenschwander, Family Minister, at x180 or email@example.com or Kaele Ward, Family Ministry Administrative Assistant, at x181 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES Marriage Retreats October 20-22, 2017 “ReNEW” is the name of our brand new Fall Marriage Getaway this year, and we are pleased to invite you and your spouse along! ReNEW will be taking place at the beautiful Bradford House Bed & Breakfast in Branson, MO. The Getaway weekend will be light on programming and intentional on rest. Our focus and hope is that in the pursuit of God, we find a renewed passion and commitment for one another! February 23-25 Save the Date! Coming this winter is our annual marriage retreat. Our theme is Mystery! We will be hosting this event at Maranatha Retreat Center and are pleased to welcome Randy Gariss as our speaker. Contact Titus Neuenschwander or Kaele Ward
for pricing and more information on these marriage events! Wednesday Night Class Gospel Parenting: Is the Gospel big enough to help broken parents lead broken kids in a broken world? This is a seven-week study/ discussion class that will help parents fret less about having “goods” kid and discover the freedom of focusing on kids that trust God. This Wednesday Night Elective class begins September 6 at 7 PM. For more information on these or other family ministry questions, please Contact Titus Neuenschwander, Family Minister, at x180 or email@example.com or Kaele Ward, Family Ministry Administrative Assistant, at x181 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WE WILL PRAY Pray about everything.
We will talk to God to deepen our trust in him, agreement with him, love of him, and commitment to his purpose.
SPEAK Talk about Jesus.
If we love Jesus and love people, we will speak the good news of Jesus’ rescue, healing, and purpose at every opportunity.
GROW Choose God’s way, every day.
We will follow and live like Jesus and help others as well by choosing God’s way everyday.
LOVE Love like Jesus.
We will love like Jesus by giving our lives, resources, gifts, and energy to help all people encounter God’s love.
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NEED HELP? CAR CARE
Qualified volunteers provide basic car service to single moms, the elderly, and those who are financially challenged. For more information on volunteering or to reserve a spot for the service, contact Jeff White, Administrator and Care Minister, at x110 or jwhite@ chjoplin.org.
If you need help working through struggles, painful experiences, and life’s challenges, we want to connect you with the resources that can help. If you would like to schedule an appointment with a counselor, contact Jeff White, Administrator and Care Minister, at x110 or email@example.com.
INTO THE LIGHT
Sunday, 9:15 AM This prayer group meets to pray with those and for those struggling with sexual issues and for family members of those who struggle. Through Jesus, the sexually broken can step out of darkness. For more information, contact Jeff White, Administrator and Care Minister, at x110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, 7:00 PM This group for single moms pairs them with women who will walk alongside them and help with issues that come from singleness and parenting. Experience community and make good friends. Meets at God’s Resort. For more information, contact Angela Grantham at 417.439.6836.
SAFETY PLAN Your safety and the safety of your family is important. We have developed an “Emergency Response Plan” for emergency situations. In the case of severe weather your children will be
the first to move to shelter in the safest areas of the building. Those in the Worship Center will be given specific directions regarding movement to their shelter areas.
For additional information contact Steve Dennis at 624.6915 x120.
JOIN OUR VOLUNTEERS GUEST SERVICES Make people feel welcome on Sundays by serving as a greeter, server, or usher.
MOM LIFE Organize breakfast children.
TECH CREW & CREATIVE ARTS Help with camera operation, lighting, graphic design, and photography.
THRU THE ROOF Help with sports, cooking, art, worship, and driving for those with special needs.
SENIOR ADULTS Help at Spring River Christian Village, Meals on Wheels, and Crosslines. CHILDREN Help children with crafts and worship. Serve as a substitute teacher or helper. STUDENTS Be a mentor, join a prayer team, or help with set-up and tear-down at our events.
PARKING & GROUNDSKEEPING Help direct traffic in parking areas. Help with the mowing to make our church grounds look nice during the summer months. All mowers are available at the church facility. PARKING/SAFETY TEAM Help direct traffic in parking areas, make our campus safer, serve as an outdoor greeter, manage parking, and respond to emergencies.
Interested in serving in any of these areas? Contact our receptionist at 624.6915.
COLLEGE HEIGHTS CHRISTIAN CHURCH 4311 E NEWMAN RD JOPLIN, MO 64801 417.624.6915 CHJOPLIN.ORG
MIDDLE SCHOOL (Sunday AM)
ENTER A HALLWAY
K124 MIDDLE SCHOOL (SUN AM)
GLOBAL OUTREACH HOUSE
HIGH SCHOOL (SUN AM)
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HIGH SCHOOL (Sunday AM)
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PRE K & K
GRADES 1-5 (SUN AM)
THRU THE ROOF HOUSE