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Posts from July 2014

Missions Festival 2014

Our Annual Missions Festival dates are September 21-24, 2014. A number of missionaries that we support through our Faith Promise giving and/or designated giving will be with us. Most of those planning to attend have not been with us for several years.

A New “Front Door?”

Many members of Metropolitan agree that it is time for us to consider updating our Sunday morning schedule. For a long time our musicians in the choir and orchestra have arrived at church very early on Sundays in order to prepare to lead worship in the 8:30 a.m. service.

Engage Our City Mission Project

What an awesome time we had last week during our annual middle school Engage Our City Mission Project! Missions play such an important part of our church and our youth ministry. We are proud of our high school students who went to Guatemala earlier this summer and of our middle school students who leave for St.


…And if you especially love to sing to and for God, you are invited to sing in our summer choir. We have two weeks remaining (July 20 and 27) before we take our annual break during the month of August. Join us for rehearsal at 8:00 a.m.

Train Up a Child

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. (Proverbs 22:6) As parents, we want to instill in our children many things. We work throughout their first 18 years making sure they have all the knowledge to succeed and be the best they can be.

Little Known Facts about Your Deacons

“The Board of Deacons shall serve the church primarily in business and administrative affairs under the direction and supervision of the Board of Elders” (Metropolitan Church Constitution, Section Two). The church’s Deacons are nominated and elected by the congregation to three year terms. They are expected to be men and women who meet the requirements set forth in 1 Timothy 3:8-13.

Middle School Mission Trip

July 20-25, Matt Menhenett will take a group of 14 middle school students and 4 adult leaders to St. Louis, MO for a week of ministering in the community through deeds of service. The students will step out of their “comfort zones” and have the opportunity to live out their faith as they work on construction projects while seeking to meet the spiritual needs of the people they encounter.

Joy through Adversity

In October of 2006, Terri Roberts’ son shot 10 Amish schoolgirls, then killed himself. Five of the girls also died, and the rest were seriously wounded. What followed was an amazing display of compassion from those in the Amish community toward the Roberts’ family.