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Rocky Railway is on track to be one of our most memorable VBS experiences ever! All of our families who signed up to receive an at-home supply kit are using them as they follow along with our YouTube playlists. If you didn’t sign up for a kit, you can still have a great VBS at...
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For this year’s Prayer Guide click here to download.  An online sign-up was emailed out to cover 24 hours of prayer on Thursday, May 7th, but regardless of whether or not you sign up, please join us in prayer at any time throughout the day.    
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Kingdom Women NEW Book Club-Read “The Walk” by Richard Paul Evans and join us for our first Book Club gathering online (or maybe in person) on Wednesday, May 27th , at 7:30pm. E-mail me for   invite. What would you do if you lost everything—your job, your home, and the love of your life—all at the...
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A message from Pastor Kollmann | May 7, 2020 Governor Abbott recently gave us some guidelines for our church to be able to offer worship services again. These guidelines are on pages 39-41 of his report that you can see online if you wish. We will follow his guidelines and continue to practice social distancing....
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Time to sign up for the 2019 Men’s Retreat! When: Friday, October 4th Social Hour at 5PM Dinner 6PM Bon fire and star gazing after evening lesson Saturday, October 5th, Breakfast 8 AM, wrap up at 4PM Where: Springhill Retreat Center 3991 Renner Road 4 rooms have been reserved for overnight guests. Each room sleeps...
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Image of a roaring lion with savanaha watering hole in background. Caption reads "ROAR! Life is Wild. God is good."
Volunteer Registration is CLOSED.   Participant Registration is CLOSED.   Donation Wish List!
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On March 26, 2017, Messiah Lutheran Church rejoiced in 60 years as an LCMS congregation with a worship celebration and a luncheon following.  The formal organization of the congregation was on January 6, 1957 with 28 communicant and 41 baptized souls received into membership.  The congregation began meeting at the Wildwood Chapel at Restland Cemetery […]
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