Sunday, June 22, 2014, 8:45 AM – Donuts & Coffee Breakfast (Marge and John Trinkl), join the informal conversations in the Fellowship Hall.
Sunday, June 22, 2014, 9:30 AM – Sunday School Classes for children and adults. • God’s Kids will meet in the Children’s Library – 9:30 to 11:30 AM. • Pre-Teen class will meet in a downstairs classroom – 9:30 to 10:15 AM. • Adult Class will meet in the Church Library – 9:30 to 10:15 AM.
Sunday, June 22, 2014, 10:30 AM –Jennifer Libeer will speak on the theme “Take Up Your Cross” and Margaret Athey will preside. Margaret will also serve as worship planner. Jane Landrum will offer the Ministry of Music.
Friday, July 4, 2014, 10 AM – 1 PM – Prairie Village Days activities at the church with bouncy houses, balloons, food and more.
Sunday, July 13, 2014, 8:00 AM – Priesthood Meeting at the church.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS SCHEDULE
On June 22, 2014, the Adult Sunday School Class will continue to discuss “Reflections of the Bible in the Book of Mormon.” As background be sure to read Chapter X (“Letting the Text Speak for Itself: Belief in God” from Dale Luffman’s “The Book of Mormon’s Witness to Its First Readers” and Chapter 8 (“Hebraisms”) from Alan Tyree’s “Millions Call It Scripture.” Jonathan Bacon will facilitate the class.
MISSION ROAD WORSHIP SERVICE PODCASTS
Our congregational worship service podcasts are hosted online at https://copy.com/ej21J9e1xKOCiJwX
The beginning numbers of each filename indicate the Sunday of the podcast. The first 4 digits represent the year, the next two digits indicate the month and last two digits represent the day of the month. In most cases the date is followed by a dash and then the first initial and last name of the speaker.
Podcasts from previous years are located in folders corresponding to the year (2005, 2006, 2007, and so on). If you missed a Sunday, this provides you a way to hear the music and the message.
ALL GOOD BOOKS GROUP
The All Good Books Club will not meet in July, so the next meeting will be held at 7:00 PM on Thursday, August 14, 2014 at the Leawood Pioneer Library (4700 Town Center Drive, Leawood, KS) to discuss Calling Invisible Women by Jeanne Ray.
Whether you’ve read the book or just want to hear more about it, plan to join us!
For information on upcoming book club dates and titles, plus a list of past reads, check out the book club’s website at http://allbooksclub.wordpress.com
IF YOU DON’T HAVE A FACEBOOK ACCOUNT
If you’re not already on Facebook, you probably have a child or grandchild or friend who can show you how to setup an account and how to join the group. If not, try watching the Grovo tutorials on Facebook. There are several including “Signing Up for Facebook” at http://www.grovo.com/facebook-getting-started/signing-up-for-facebook
After watching that tutorial, check out the list of other free tutorials listed in the right margin under More on Facebook Getting Started.
Once you have a Facebook account, log in and check out our public page at http://facebook.com/missionroad.coc. The information posted on that page is for the general public. You’ll see the name of the page listed as Community of Christ – Mission Road.
TO JOIN THE CLOSED CONGREGATIONAL GROUP ON FACEBOOK
To join the “closed Facebook group” established for members of the congregation you’ll need to log into your Facebook account at http://www.facebook.com and use the search box to search for “Mission Road.” In the search results, under Groups, you’ll see Mission Road Congregation Members Only Group. This is the Facebook “closed group” and a place you can post prayer concerns, and other news specific to the congregation.
When you arrive at the page, click the Join button (by the group name). If you have difficulty, contact Jonathan Bacon at email@example.com. Once you’ve joined (and one of the site administrators confirms your membership), you’ll thereafter see the Mission Road Congregation Members Only Group link in the left margin of your Facebook page. Click that link anytime to view the Group’s page.
Keep in mind that the public site (Community of Christ – Mission Road) is used for announcements and news meant for the public (everyone), while the Mission Road Congregation Members Only Group is for information intended just for congregational members (prayer lists, baby shower announcements, wedding announcements, budget updates, and so on).
Currently, the Facebook group includes 88 members and friends. Have you joined yet?