Church News

  • Grace Baptist holiday events

    Everyone is cordially invited to Grace Baptist Church, located at 1510 N. 6th Street for this year’s annual Christmas presentation “A Moment In Time”, which will be held on Dec. 19, 10:30 a.m. There will be a meal afterwards for all who attend.
    On Dec. 24, 6 p.m. there will be Christmas Eve service, an evening of singing Christmas carols, hearing the reading of Scripture about the birth of the Lord Jesus, at a Candlelight Service.

  • “Love Came Down” musical program

    On Dec. 15, at 7 p.m., children attending the Stanton Covenant Church’s after-school program will present a musical entitled, “Love Came Down.” Stanton Covenant Church will host the event.
    Over 30 children have been practicing lines and music so parents, relatives and friends can hear the story of Christmas.

  • Hope for Life Christian Church presents the ‘Beautiful Star’ program

    On Sunday evening, Dec. 19 at 5 p.m., Hope for Life Christian Church at 300 East Oak Street, will be presenting the ‘Beautiful Star’ Cantata and Christmas program. Everyone is invited to come and share in this special evening.
    There will be a light lunch after. Friday, Dec. 24, Hope for Life Christian Church will have a special Candle Light and Communion Christmas Eve service at 5 p.m. The program is ‘Angels We Have Heard.’
    For more information please call the church at 623-6072. Everyone is invited.

  • Christmas at Red Rock Ridge, Dec. 12

    Christmas At Red Rock Ridge will be held Dec. 12 at Nishna Church of Christ. The SonShine Puppet Team will do a full length puppet show of “Christmas At Red Rock Ridge” on Dec. 12, 7 p.m. at the Nishna Church of Christ located just North of Town on Highway 48.
    There will be cookies and hot chocolate following the show, the entire community is invited, this event is absolutely free of charge.
    For more information contact Pastor Joe Stapleton at 623-5363.

  • Christmas Program in Stanton

    The After School Bible Club, Sunday School, Youth group, and members of Good Shepherd preschool invite you to a Community Christmas Program to be held on Dec. 15 at 7 p.m. at the Evangelical Covenant Church in  Stanton. This special Christmas presentation is entitled “Love Came Down at Christmas” all are welcome to attend.

  • Thanksgiving Eve service, Nov. 24

    Thanksgiving Eve Service will be held on Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. at Bethesda Lutheran Church, 2475 – 140th St, in Clarinda. All are welcome to attend.
    Coffee and fellowship will follow the service.  The Bethesda congregation is a member of Southwest Iowa Ministries (SWIM).

  • Our Daily Bread Thanksgiving dinner

    Our Daily Bread will be hosting a traditional Thanksgiving meal for anyone alone on Thanksgiving Day, or any family who needs a Thanksgiving dinner.
    Please join the Our Daily Bread family between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Thanksgiving Day.
    Our Daily Bread is located at 601 Main Street, Griswold.
    There is no charge for this meal and time of fellowship www.ourdailybreadgriswold.com.

  • Centennial of the Diocese celebration in Red Oak

    St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Red Oak, in conjunction with the Des Moines Diocese, will be celebrating the Centennial of the Diocese. The celebration will start with a “kick off’ weekend, Nov. 20 at the 5:30 p.m. Mass and Nov.  21 at the 10:30 a.m. Mass.

  • New Pastor and family for Red Oak

    By Pastor Brian Anderson

    Red Oak Church of the Nazarene has welcomed a new Pastor and family to join the community of Red Oak. Pastor Brian Anderson, his wife Tracy and two boys Dalton and Chase are moving this month from Papillion, Neb.
    Pastor Brian served as Pastor of Community Outreach and Multi-Site Ministry at Heritage Hill Church of the Nazarene in Papillion.
    Tracy served as Office Manager of the same Church.

  • No Fear Got Faith

    By Pastor Brian Anderson

    Our culture today seems to keep us in a constant state of fear. From the news on the tube to the internet the talking heads never leave us without something new to be afraid of. A new disease, and new government conspiracy, a new terrorist threat with so much to fear it is a miracle that we come out of our homes at all! What keeps us going? Hope! Hope in Christ our Savior!