For anyone who might be planning to attend the Mental Health Ministry Workshop here on Thursday night at 7:00, it has been postponed until January or February. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Youth group started back up tonight with a tailgate party! Thanks to all the adults and youth who attended and brought food. Our youth meet every Sunday evening from 5-6:30 and we would like to invite any youth, 5-12th grade, in the community to join us. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

We had a lot to celebrate at today’s 4th Annual Homecoming Sunday including the dedication of our bell tower. ... See MoreSee Less

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Awesome. I HAVE to get back to church!!!!I feel like something missing ,

and a good time was had by all. thanks to Alex for the bell plaque. lots of great food and fellowship. thanks to all the good cooks. Can you tell I'm thankful for my church family?

Thanks to everyone who helped with today’s Red Cross Blood Drive! We had 35 units given and 5 were turned away because they ran out of bags and time. Great job everyone!! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Living Faith Newsletter - September 2018 -

Living Faith Newsletter - September 2018 - ... See MoreSee Less

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Very nice newsletter!

Mark your calendars for September 9 and plan to attend our annual Homecoming Celebration. This year we will be dedicating our new bell tower, hosting a potluck dinner after church, and auctioning some unused pews and old tables to benefit our scholarship fund. The church will be providing meat, but please bring a side dish and come share in the fellowship. We will also be serving communion that day instead of the normal first Sunday of the month. We hope to see you there. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

This Sunday is the last of our Dr. Seuss sermons. Let the Sneetches, and the Yooks and the Zooks teach us about the final tenent of the Reformed tradition! Join us for worship at 10:30 am and Sunday School st 9:30 am! ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

A Muir prayer walk is a spiritual discipline I shared with you last Fall. I’m on a spiritual retreat at Montreat Conference Center and wanted to share today’s Muir walk with you. John Muir said, “All the wilderness seems to be full of tricks and plans to drive and draw us up into God's light. ". John Muir's habit was to go wandering in the wilderness, lingering to observe closely, whatever caught his attention, a redwood, the Hawks nest, a field of wildflowers. He would often make a detailed sketch of even the most ordinary things, and then move on only after having given each creature his undivided, focused attention. His goal was not to cover great distances, but to become is fully awake and alive as possible to everything around him. So, a Muir prayer walk, is taking a walk, stopping to notice things, pray about what you see, then continue on till the next thing that draws your attention. These are the pictures I took on my Muir prayer walk today… Try one of your own! It’s a great way to let nature bring you closer to God! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks for sharing your walk 💕

Such beautiful pictures and thoughts. God is so good! Thanks for sharing

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Sunday Worship Schedule

9:30 am - Sunday School

10:30 am - Worship Service

Contact Us

First and High Streets
P.O. Box 860
Steelville, MO 65565

Phone:(573) 775-2590


The Food Pantry request for July is canned tuna and for August is pork & beans. The Food Pantry is in constant need of personal items such as laundry soap, dish soap, shampoo, deodorant, etc. Please consider making these items part of your regular donation to the Food Pantry.