Please join us Sunday mornings at 10:30 am.
Music, Message and Meditation
at The Shrewsbury City Center
Shrewsbury, MO 63119
*See Map quest below
Sunday Talks and Musicians
May 2 – “You're Key to Your Happiness” by Rev. Dana Winter
Music – Jake Brookman
May 9 – “Complaint vs. Compliant" by Rev. Dana Winter
Music – Brian Clarke
May 16 – “Living in the NO” by Rev. Dana Winter
Music – Salt of the Earth
May 25 – “Payday” by Rev. Dana Winter
Music – Tim Mead & Bridgette Kossor
May 31 - "Lingering Side Effects" by Dana Winter
Music - Curt Landes
*Note: The Shrewsbury City Center has specified rules that we must observe. Maximum 50 attendees, the use of masks, social distancing (no hugging) and no food or beverages served. As time goes by, I’m sure that these restrictions will evolve and we will be able to expand our attendance and return to our shared fellowship buffet, etc., but for now it is important that we follow them.
Class - Beyond the Message - Wednesdays 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Facilitated by Rev. Dana Winter
Purpose: To create a time for discussion of the previous Sunday's topic (not necessary that you attended Sunday service) as well as exploration of essays by Florence Scovel Shinn.
Book: The Wisdom of Florence Scovel Shinn.
Attendance: Each class is free-standing. It is not necessary to attend every week or attend on Sunday. Text or call 314-378-4563. Meets on the 2nd floor of the Shrewsbury City Center.
Awakening Book Club - Free on Zoom
Sharon Hepburn will be facilitating a book club where attendees will be reading together and then sharing contemplations from the selected books.
When: Wednesdays at 6:30 pm
Where: Email [email protected] for book selection and Zoom link
Feed My People
Monetary donations are always appreciated.
Personal Items Needed:
Toilet Paper, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Shampoo, Conditioner,
Body Soap, Lotion, Deodorant, Hand Soap, Paper Towels, Shaving Cream,
Dish Detergent, Fans/Blankets, Diapers (Baby & Adult)
Food Items Needed:
Food containing protein like canned chicken, tuna, ravioli, stews, chili, soups,
beans, nut butters, protein bars, etc.
Small household items for FMP thrift store are also accepted and appreciated.
Children are always welcome at our services.
Feel free to bring soft toys and books to occupy them.