OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2019 EDITION
KINGDOM BABIES WORSHIP WITH US SUNDAY SERVICES- 9AM & 10:30AM SUNDAY SCHOOL- 10:30AM OFFICE HOURS- M-TH: 9AM - 3PM
THIS ISSUE : 1- “NEW KINGDOM KIDS” 2- “KEEPING THE FAITH” PASTOR KEN D. HUTCHENS 3- “FINDING OUR IDENTITY IN CHRIST” MICHELLE ROSE 4- “GRATITUDE” BEV COMEAUX 5- UPCOMING EVENTS 6- UPCOMING EVENTS 7- TRUSTEES REPORT 7- FINANCE CORNER 8- SUMC YOUTH MINISTRY 9- “LESSONS FROM MY TOY BOX” CHILDREN’S MINISTRY 10- CALENDAR
William Dale Frank was born on Sept 14, 7 lb 9 oz, 19 3/4”. Parents are Kevin & Allison Frank and Wesley is thrilled to be his Big Brother. Eden Reese Strausbaugh was born August 28th, 6 lbs, 9 oz. Parents are Jake & Morgan Strausbaugh, and Oaklyn is the big sister. Grandparents are Jim & Sharon Strausbaugh. NOTE: A first Bible is given to all our Kingdom babies and grandbabies. If you would like a Bible, please notify the church office. If you would like your baby or grandbaby announced in the Shiloh Newsletter, please provide birth details (name, date of birth, length, weight, names of parents and Shiloh grandparent names, if applicable) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Parents must approve the announcement of a grandbaby.
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“Keeping The Faith” Acts 5 contains a debate among the Jewish leaders about what to do with the new Jesus movement. The religious leaders in Jerusalem thought they had ended it with the crucifixion of Jesus. His followers, however, persisted in telling people that Jesus was alive, coming back in glory, and calling on them to place their faith in him now. Some of the leaders wanted to stamp out the Jesus movement violently once and for all. However, Gamaliel counseled, that this wouldn’t work if it was from God. On the other hand, if this movement wasn’t from God, it would die out like others before it. Two thousand years later, the Jesus movement hasn’t died out. There are many predictions it will. These aren’t new. Leaders of rival religions, philosophers, pagan rulers, aggressive atheists and a host of others have crowed over and over that Christianity is dying out. Sometimes the evidence seemed strongly behind the pessimists about the future of the Way. In the Dark Ages, the faith seemed reduced to monastic strongholds, often in inaccessible places like Monte Cassino in Italy, St Catherine’s in the Sinai dessert, and Iona on an island off the coast of Scotland. There dedicated Christians kept the Scriptures, other writings, missions and faith alive until the West was ready for a massive outflowing of faith in the 11th and 12th centuries. The American colonies in the New World had one of those periods when it seemed Christianity would be a mere footnote in the history books. After the faith had been the source of many groups such as the Pilgrims journeying to the Americas, it became quite rare. Only about 4 percent of Americans attended church on the eve of the American Revolution. Then two Great Awakenings spread throughout first the colonies and then the newly formed United States. People flocked back to Jesus, and the nation was re-Christianized in large numbers. By the eve of the Civil War, nearly 35% of Americans were connected to just one of the many denominations of Christians – the Methodists. We are in another of those times with dire predictions of the decline, if not disappearance, of the faith in America. Backed by statistics of declining church attendance, dark enough to cause wringing of hands among church leaders and academics, we are assured that many of the younger generations are not interested in church, God or Jesus. Perhaps we are entering a new Dark Age for Christians in the West? Perhaps it is more a winnowing out of the pew sitters, motivated by things having nothing to do with faith, than a decline in true believers? Maybe it is the falling away of faith predicted in the end times? Whatever the situation, I am confident in the power of Jesus Christ to change lives and build His kingdom. He has proven the experts wrong since He was a twelve-year-old boy sitting in the Temple. He will surprise many when He comes back riding on the clouds in glory. In the meantime, our job as Christians is to remain faithful to our Lord and our calling. Whether we are popular or not, we must bear the name and witness of Jesus. We must preserve the teaching of the faith and the call to follow him. If we become too much of the world, we will lose the witness that the next generation needs to receive. The danger is not in the fate of an individual church, it is of a lost witness to a generation because we forgot that Jesus told us to be faithful and diligent. Yours In Christ, Pastor Ken D. Hutchens
Finding Our Identity In Christ by Michelle Rose
Who are you? Those three words might seem simple, but they can also lead to an array of answers or even more questions. Identity is something we all struggle with in different ways throughout the various phases of our lives. I am a daughter. I am a wife. I am a mother. I am a musician. Yet all the different roles that we use to define us are not the whole of who we are. Even stating “I am a Christian” can mean several different things depending on your stage of life. I have known Christ since I was a child, though my relationship with Him has grown closer, further, and closer again throughout the years. Ultimately, He is who my identity has always been centered around. I am a child of God, even though I don’t always feel like it. I am a daughter of the King, even when I fall astray or have doubts. “I am chosen, not forsaken, I am who you say I am” are the lyrics to the popular Christian song “Who You Say I Am” by Hillsong. Why do we still struggle so much with knowing who we are, even though Scriptures make it clear to us that we are beloved? I believe that while God is continually shaping us into His image, the different carvings He makes reflect different parts of Him depending on the phase of life we are living. As a mom, I reflect Christ differently than when I was a child. When we wrap our identities around our role as employee, spouse, or parent, it’s easy to lose a sense of who we are when those things change. You can’t control when all of a sudden your office goes bankrupt, and you’re out of a job. Perhaps your spouse was unfaithful, and now you find yourself alone for the first time you can remember. While our current situations reflect portions of God, they are not ultimately who we are. You will never stop being God’s kid. When you go through questions of identity, go back to the simple truth that you were created in God’s image, and He will never stop loving you.
Family Focus by Bev Comeaux, Children’s Ministry Coordinator
Can you guess what two of the most powerful words in the English language are? They are, “Thank you!” These two little words can change our attitude, connect us with others, help us feel appreciated, and express our gratitude. Growing up, gathering together to saying “thanks” was a regular part of my family’s daily routine. Every night we sat down to eat dinner together and when we did, we always said grace, joining hands and mumbling the same “God is great, God is good…” blessing before the meal. I’m not sure anybody knew how this particular blessing got chosen; it was just one of those things that seemed to have always been around. When I grew up and had my own family, we said the same prayer. As the children grew, attempting to expand their prayers into speaking from their heart, we encouraged that the one to say grace, give a unique prayer. It was a nice idea, and one that eventually caught on. However, at first, grace became a dreaded event. Sitting down to eat, someone would start in on the argument over whose turn it was to say the grace. And if there wasn’t an argument, there was the waiting. The family waited in awkward, hungry silence, the food on the plates growing cold, while one of the kids said a grace with the deliberateness of a miner combing a bucket of rocks for a piece of gold. Some nights, we still go to our old standby, “God is great, God is good.” It may not be new but it still says thank you… Karl Barth was fond of saying that the basic human response to God is gratitude– not fear and trembling, not guilt and dread, but thanksgiving. “What else can we say to what God gives but to stammer praise?” Barth offered. Offering praise and thanksgiving was at the heart of Israel’s faith and practice. The Psalms are full of songs of praise and thanksgiving for God and God’s creation. They offer recognition that at its heart creation is good– fallen, yes, but fundamentally good– and that its obvious abundance is a direct sign of the goodness of the God who is its Creator. Biblical faith moves from basic awareness of creation’s goodness to thankful stewardship and care of that creation. November is generally thought of as the season of Thanksgiving. At that time, many of us will sit down with family and friends and those around us to share a meal and to give thanks to God for all that we have been given. It’s an intentional time of giving thanks. But Thanksgiving isn’t just a day or a week, it’s a lifetime practice. Writer John Updike believed that when we cultivate and practice the habit of gratitude, the experience of gratitude deepens over the years. Now is a good time to ask: What am I thankful for today? This week? This year? How might I return thanks to God by doing for someone else, my church, my community, or the environment we live in? Now isn’t just a good time to say, “Thank you!” It is the perfect time!
UPCOMING EVENTS OCTOBER IS PASTOR AND STAFF APPRECIATION MONTH
We are collectively celebrating our pastor and staff this year in the month of October. They all work very hard behind the scenes. As individuals, families, Sunday school classes, and ministries, we ask you to look for ways to encourage, recognize, and express your love for them. Look for the display and card box in the Gathering Area.
12TH ANNUAL 5K RUN / WALK FOR PETER’S PLACE
Join us on Sat. Oct. 5th at Moody Park in Fairview Heights. Race starts at 8:30am, registration is 7-8am. A 1/2 Mile Fun Run for ages 10 & under begins at 9:30am. Help us raise awareness & funding for the Christ-centered home of recovery needed for young men ages 18-28, who desire transformation through the healing power of Jesus Christ, as they break free from substance abuse. Registration is available in the Gathering Area, or visit petersplacefoundation.org.
THE GATHERING IS BACK!
On Wednesday, Oct. 9th at 5:30pm, we will be Pumpkin Carvin’! Our menu is sub sandwiches, chips, drink, and dessert. Everyone who wants to carve a pumpkin should BYOP (bring your own pumpkins) and BYOT (bring your own tools). We have paint and stickers to make faces for the younger ones or just young at heart! On November 13th at 5:30pm, we will have Chick-Fil-A and Family Reading Night, a special reading guest and fun reading activities. Three Springs Preschool and Children’s Ministry has this one covered, but we are always accepting help. The cost is $6 per person or $20 for a family. Be sure to RSVP at www.myshiloh.org/register.
OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD: TRANSFORMING LIVES AROUND THE WORLD
We are happy to announce that we will be participating in Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child again this year! Shoeboxes will be available in the lobby on Sunday, Oct.13th and will be due back no later than Sunday, Nov. 17th. A shipping label and pamphlet with instructions and tips on how to fill your shoebox will be provided inside the box. You can also use your own shoebox, but no boot boxes please. An envelope for the $9 shipping fee is also provided and should be placed inside the box and on top of the gifts. You may also pay the shipping fee online if you prefer. Lastly, don’t forget to pray over your shoebox and for the child receiving it to be blessed to to come and know the saving love of Jesus Christ!
SHILOH IS HUNGRY FOR HUNGARY!
On Wednesday, Oct. 23rd Pastor Kristof Sztupkai from Hungary is coming to Shiloh UMC! We are hosting a pizza and salad dinner at 5:30pm, followed by a discussion and questions session with Pastor Kristof at 6:15pm. There will be a sign up for dinner in the Gathering Area. The cost is $6 per person. If you can’t make it in time for dinner, please feel free to join us at 6:15pm for our discussion time.
FALL FEST AND TRUNK OR TREAT
Come join us at the FREE Fall Fest and Trunk or Treat, Oct. 27th, 4-6pm at Shiloh UMC. For your enjoyment, there will be Festival Games, Bouncy House, Obstacle Course, Food, Best Decorated Trunk contest, and Trunk or Treating! Any non-perishable items for our Weekend Wildcats mission will be greatly appreciated! Register your trunk with Diane Thompson at Thompson_diane@att.net or Sharon Meinkoth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will celebrate our Veterans on Sunday, Nov. 10th at both worship services. Watch for ways you can contribute to the special display being put together for that Sunday.
THREE SPRINGS PRESCHOOL BOOKFAIR
Three Springs Preschool will host our fall Scholastic Book Fair in November. The book fair will be open before and after services on Sunday November 10th and Sunday November 17th. We will also be hosting the November Gathering with a special reading on Wednesday, Nov. 13th. This is a great time of year to buy some great books for Christmas presents. All proceeds help Three Springs Preschool buy books and other materials for our classrooms.
YOUTH VENDOR FAIR & FOOD TRUCKS
Enjoy shopping, handmade crafts, amazing gift ideas, and delicious food? On Saturday, Nov. 16th from 10am–3pm, the youth will be hosting a Vendor Fair. Admission is FREE! The vendors and a youth bake sale will be located in the church, and additional food will be for sale in the parking lot by local area food trucks! If you would like to be a vendor at the fair or you know someone who would, please contact Vikki Harms email@example.com. Vendor tables are only $35!
NEW AND PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS CLASS
Our New and Prospective Member Luncheon will be held Nov. 17th in the Gathering Area at 11:45am (following the 10:30am service). Join us for a light lunch and discussion of what it means to belong to the church of Jesus Christ, the Methodist Church, and Shiloh Church. Please RSVP by 6pm on Wednesday, Nov. 13th by calling 618-632-6913 or email Pastor Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPCOMING EVENTS NOVEMBER IS CHECK-IN MONTH!
Help us to update our information about you and your family! Being able to contact you for giving statements, special events, and pastoral care is important to us. Please fill out our online form or stop by the table in the Gathering Area to update your current contact information so that we can keep our system accurate. We would also like to know how to communicate with you best. We promise to never share your data outside the church or use it in inappropriate ways.
CHARGE CONFERENCE AT SHILOH UMC
Our 2019 Charge Conference will be on November 17th at Shiloh UMC. The members of S/PPRC will meet with Allynn Walker, our new District Superintendent from 6-7pm. The rest of the church will meet for the actual Charge Conference at 7-8pm. Charge Conference is where we gather for worship and approve our 2020 budget, lay leadership list, and other aspects of our church business. All members of the church are voting members of Charge Conference.
In preparation for Advent and Christmas, this year we are doing something a little different. Join us for our Christmas Kickoff on Sunday, November 24th from 4-6pm. Our kiddos will start the night off by rehearsing for the annual Christmas program, and once finished, they’ll enjoy the Christmas movie “The Star” and have snacks. While the kiddos are downstairs, our youth and adults will help decorate the church for the season. Everyone is invited to decorate the gathering area and worship center, and ministries and small groups will be invited to adorn individual trees. Light refreshments will be served. For questions or to sign up your ministry tree, contact email@example.com.
COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING SERVICE
You are invited to a Community Thanksgiving service on Nov. 26th at 7pm held at O’Fallon Assembly of God Church.
ACTS MEN’S MINISTRY BREAKFAST
Join the Shiloh’s new Men’s Ministry Oct. 12th and Nov. 9th, 8-9am for our monthly Saturday morning event featuring a hot fresh-made breakfast and Christian fellowship. It will include a 20-30 minute talk about issues related to men in this fast changing world. It is open to all men and their sons. For questions, contact Roger Tegtmeyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SHILOH PAGE TURNERS BOOK CLUB
The Shiloh Page Turners Book Club will meet Friday, Oct. 25th at 12:30pm at the Shiloh Bread Co. Our book for October is The Trial by Robert Whitlow. We will also meet Friday, Nov. 22nd (one week earlier due to Thanksgiving) at 12:30pm at the Shiloh Bread Co. We each are reading a different Christmas book and then we will share it at the November meeting. If you’re interested in joining us, please contact Cathy Shackelford at email@example.com.
MOPS MONTHLY MEETINGS
The 2019-2020 MOPS year is well underway. Our official MOPS meetings will be held on Oct. 18th and Nov. 15th from 9-11:30. We are also hosting MOPS play dates on Oct. 23rd and Nov. 22nd and Mom’s Night Out events on Oct. 11th and Nov. 8th. For more information, please visit our Facebook group: Scott AFB Military MOPS.
OAKS (OLDER ADULTS KNOWING THE SAVIOR) OAKS OUTING: POMPEII EXHIBIT AND LUNCHEON
Join us on Oct. 6th after the 10:30am worship service (11:45am) in the Gathering Area for a light lunch (free will donation) where Pastor Ken will provide commentary on New Testament History (79 AD) at the time Mount Vesuvius erupted burying the Roman city of Pompeii. We will then travel by van or carpool to the Science Center to view more than 150 authentic artifacts preserved in the city’s ruins. Cost for the exhibit is: $19.95 (Adult), $16.95 (60+ Adult), $14.95 (5-12 Child). This is an OAKS sponsored event and is open to ALL. Please RSVP at 618-632-6913 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct 3rd. Bring payment for your tickets (check or cash) the day of the event.
OAKS OUTING: GRAFTON FALL LEAF TOUR
We will travel to Grafton to view the fall foliage and have lunch at a local restaurant. This year we will incorporate the view from Aerie’s Winery (high on the bluff of the Mississippi River), Pere Marquette and the Brussels Ferry into the tour. The date is “to be determined” and will be based on the best timeframe for fall colors.
MISCELLANEOUS SHILOH NEWS FOR THE MESSENGER IS DUE NOVEMBER 4TH CHURCH OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON NOVEMBER 28TH - HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
Trustees Report By Jerry McCrave
By the time you read this it is early October, the leaves around the church are starting to change and my what an eventful year it has been. I want to thank everyone who came out in September for our first ever fall clean up and boy was this a huge success. We managed to get much of the Seibert parsonage cleaned up and fixed up. If you haven’t notice the shed has a brand new coat of paint and stands out brightly. It is no longer a dull mess and there will be more to do in the spring. Over the next several months your trustees will be looking at and prioritizing future projects over the next severel years. If you have any thoughts and/or ideas please send them to email@example.com. Finally, from time to time I may require someone with a specific talent or skill set that members of the trustees committee doesn’t have. If you feel inclined please reach out to myself or anyone else on the trustees committe and let them know what skill you have and how you might be willing to help. Thank you
Finance Corner By Craig Wilkes
The Finance Committee is always looking to the future. We will be finalizing the 2020 budget this month, and we will approve our 2020 goals in January. As part of being good financial stewards, we choose to get out in front of expenditures BEFORE they happen. Here is a short list of examples of how we plan: - During the fall stewardship campaign, we ask you to fill out pledge cards for the coming year. This allows us to synchronize our budget with expected income. - Along with the Trustees, we had the chapel building professionally inspected for its longterm viability. Since it was deemed structurally sound, repair costs will not be wasted. - We are paying down our building debt at an accelerated rate. This will free up future funds for a myriad of needs. - We are “saving” extra money each month to a capital expenditures fund to pay for expected life cycle replacement/repairs. For example, we have five 18-year-old expensive HVAC units on the roof. - We have begun discussions of establishing a “Growth Fund” to start saving for acquisition of property or new construction. The goal is to minimize future debt. As the word of God says of planning, “Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Won’t you first sit down and estimate the cost to see if you have enough money to complete it?” - Luke 14:28
Helping Your Teen Deal with Anxiety Excerpt from focusonthefamily.com/parenting
A widespread message our teens receive is that they have to be the best at everything, which leaves them terrified to reveal their inadequacies and insecurities. Instead, they hide behind the best version of themselves — at times a fake, crafted version — which is easy to do in the digital age. Here are a few ideas for helping our teens cope with a pressure-filled world. Set the example. If we want to raise kids who find freedom from the pressure to get it all right in order to be accepted and loved, we need to find freedom from that same pressure to get it all right as parents. We need to beg God to help us trust Him with the children He has entrusted to us. Spend time together. Another way to take the focus off performance is to spend quality time with our children in a way that doesn’t focus on performance issues. Go out for ice cream. Explore nature. Take a road trip. Leave space for relationship with your teen where he has nothing to do but be himself. We want our kids to feel what we ourselves long to feel — safe. Safe to take off their masks and let down their guard. Delight in your child. Praise your teen for her unique personality and character qualities, such as kindness, thoughtfulness or sense of humor. Our teens long for acceptance and unconditional love. Noticing who God has designed your teen to be — and making an intentional and ongoing effort to call that out in her — imparts value and security. Make time for rest. We live in a fast-paced society where activities can easily fill in any margin we have as a family. This causes stress that teens aren’t wired to absorb. The Bible talks a lot about rest — and how it is a gift from God (Matthew 11:28). Honor your child’s need for rest by making downtime a priority. Rest allows your teen to see he has value apart from work. When the internal and external voices whisper the lies “You’re insignificant, You’re not enough and You don’t measure up”, we want our children to know, deep in their souls, that the only One who gets to define them is the One who created them and calls them beloved “And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” - Philippians 4:19
What we've been up to!
What a blessing watching our large group of children blessed by Pastor Ken and our congregation in September. Each received a special pencil bag with a prayer for our children to have with them when they need the comfort and power of knowing Christ is with them! Another fun family event enjoyed by all was the Family Fun Day at the O’Fallon Park and Pool! Great food, fun, and fellowship! Super Delicious sides, salads and desserts! A special thank you to Josh Strausbaugh, and Kevin Frank for transporting the grill and other needed items, and to Mike and Gina Spaulding, Craig and Beth Wilkes, and Pastor Ken for cooking the meats and helping set-up and serve. In Sunday school and Children’s Church, we are learning about being part of God’s Family and Community! We began with some stories of Jesus, some of the people that He encounters, and how that changes them! We hope that the children can all stay for Sunday school on Sundays 10:15-11:30 as together we are building a foundation “to give them a hope and a future!”
Upcoming events! FALL FEST AND TRUNK OR TREAT
Come join us at the free Fall Fest and Trunk or Treat, Oct. 27th, 4-6pm at Shiloh UMC. For your enjoyment, there will be Festival Games, Bouncy House, Obstacle Course, Food, Best Decorated Trunk contest, and Trunk or Treating! Any non-perishable items for our Weekend Wildcats mission will be greatly appreciated! Register your Trunk with Diane Thompson at Thompson_diane@att.net or Sharon Meinkoth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
operation christmas child
One of our missions for November is to fill several boxes for Operation Christmas Child. We will begin collecting items Oct. 13 –Nov. 10. On Nov. 10th, we will pack our boxes, write letters to our new friends, and pray over the boxes and the children that will receive them. Be watching for a list of items to donate! HEIFER PROJECT: Last school year, our Shiloh Kids donated money for the Heifer Project! With God’s help, we have already collected over $400. We will be wrapping that up and purchasing several animals to help others around the world.
SAVE THE DATE!
SUNDAY, NOV. 24 -Christmas Program Practice and Movie! While the adults are Hanging the Greens the children will be practicing the Christmas Program for the Dec. 11th Gathering, and then we will watch the movie, “The Star” and have snacks.
CHILDREN'S CHECK IN! Children’s check-in is now operational andmuch easier! Please check in your child as you arrive to church, and check them out before you pick them up. Thank you so much for your patience while we worked out all the bugs!
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11- The Gathering :”A Night in Bethlehem” including the children’s Christmas Program, Gyros meal and a fun stroll through the “street of Bethlehem”! SUNDAY, DEC. 15 - Choir Field Trip Cedar Hurst Assisted Living
OCTOBER Sunday Every Sunday Worship Service, 9am Worship Service, 10:30am Sunday School, 10:30am
Every Tuesday Preschool, 9am-11:30am Tuesday Women’s Bible Study, 6pm
Every Wednesday Preschool, 9am-11:30am Ladies at the Table, 9am Praise Team, 7p
Preschool, 9am-11:30am Men’s Explorer Bible Study, 6pm Prayer Gathering, 6:30pm
4 MOPS Steering Mtg, 9:30am
Communion Service Pompeii Exhibit and Luncheon, 11:45am Youth Group, 5:30pm
The Gathering, 5:30pm Stephen Ministry, 6:30pm
13 Operation Christmas Child Begins
14 Columbus Day! -NO TSPS-
15 SPPRC Mtg, 6pm
Finance Mtg, 6pm Ad Council, 7pm
12 ACTS Men’s Breakfast, 8am
MOPS Mtg, 9am
Hungry for Hungary, 5:30pm MOPS Play Date
11 Lunch Bunch, 11:30am MOPS Moms Night Out
5 Peters Place 5K, 8am
Shiloh Page Turners, 12:30pm
Fall Festival, 4-6pm
Every Sunday Worship Service, 9am Worship Service, 10:30am Sunday School, 10:30am
Preschool, 9am-11:30am Men’s Explorer Bible Study, 6pm Prayer Gathering, 6:30pm
Every Wednesday Preschool, 9am-11:30am Ladies at the Table, 9am Praise Team, 7pm
Preschool, 9am-11:30am Tuesday Women’s Bible Study, 6pm
MOPS Steering Mtg, 9:30am
3 Daylight Savings Ends Communion Service
Shiloh News Due
Veteran’s Day -NO TSPS-
24 Youth Group, 5:30pm
Lunch Bunch, 11:30am MOPS Moms Night Out
The Gathering, 5:30pm Stephen Ministry, 6:30pm
New Member Orientation, 11:45am Operation Christmas Child Ends TSPS Bookfair Ends
Christmas Kickoff, 4pm
6 Trustees Mtg, 6:30pm
10 Youth Group, 5:30pm TSPS Bookfair Begins
Annual Calendar Mtg,
26 O’Fallon Assembly of God Thanksgiving Service, 7pm
16 Youth Vendor Fair, 10am-3pm
MOPS Play Date
Shiloh Page Turners, 12:30pm
15 MOPS Mtg, 9am
ACTS Men’s Breakfast, 8am
28 Happy Thanksgiving! -Church Office Closed-
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