With the icy conditions, there will be no evening service on February 11.
To all who have served our country, thank you!
This Sunday, November 12, we will have a special time of dedication and prayer for Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. Bring your completed boxes with you to worship (9:45 am), and we will all bring them forward during the service to pray over them and dedicate them to God for however He will use them. Hope to see you there!!
Click here for more about Relay Center hours and drop-off information.
It’s shoebox time!! Operation Christmas Child (a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse) is in full swing with National Collection Week, November 13-20. Our church will once again be a drop-off location for shoeboxes. The relay center will be open the follow days/hours:
Mon, Nov. 13: 9a-11a
Tue, Nov. 14: 11a-1p
Wed, Nov. 15: 9a-11a
Thu, Nov. 16: 3p-8p
Fri, Nov. 17: 9a-12p
Sat, Nov. 18: 9a-11a
Sun, Nov. 19: 2p-4p
Mon, Nov. 20: 8a-10a
For additional information or questions, contact Carole Clapp @ 417-204-9367.
First Baptist Church of Mountain View invites you and your family to a Fall Festival, Sunday, Oct. 29, from 4-6 p.m.
This FREE event will offer fun for all ages, from babies, children and teens to young adults, parents and seniors! Activities will take place throughout the event and culminate with a showing of the movie, The Case for Christ (view the trailer), out on the lawn (bring your own blanket or lawn chair.) Children and youth must be accompanied by their parents or a responsible adult.
This year will feature attractions like hayrides, petting zoo, catapult/slingshot target practice and more. There will also be food available during the festival with popcorn and drinks being served at the beginning of the movie.
The FBC family looks forward to welcoming your family to Fall Festival 2017.
You can invite your friends on Facebook, here.