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Springtown Women Study Psalms

Women's Study Group
Monday, June 20, 11:30 am-1 pm

The women have returned to the Psalms for their summer Bible study. This week they'll be discussing Psalm 74-78. Please join them for Bible study, prayer & fellowship. Lunch is provided.

New Divorce Care Series Begins

13-Week Series Begins July 6 at TLC

Divorce Care, a support group seminar for anyone who has been through or is going through a divorce, will begin on Wednesday, July 6, from 6:30-8 pm at the TLC. Meeting for 13 consecutive Wednesday, this group offers information and support to folks who have experienced divorce in their life. There is a $15 fee for materials. Questions? Call Lyndon at 479-549-7733. Program information at http://www.divorcecare.org.

Family Night Schedule Announced

Come Be Part of the Fun!

The exact details of where and what are still being ironed out, but we know that Family Night will feature a meal, short devotional and great family-friendly games and activities. Please mark your calendar for 6 pm on each of the following Wednesday evenings:
1) June 29
2) July 12
3) July 27
4) August 10

Stay tuned for all the details!

Pathfinders Planning Meeting

After Church Next Sabbath, June 25

Springtown is starting a Pathfinder Club and Adventurer Club. If you have an interest in helping, please join Larry Overton for a quick meeting immediately after church this coming Sabbath. We're looking for folks who would be counselors, help teach honors, assist with taking pictures/promoting the clubs, work with the kids on hands-on Bible learning, etc. Please Note: With summer vacations in full swing, if you can't be at the meeting and have questions or a desire to help, please call Pastor Tony at 479-220-3065.

OAS Looking for Pre-K Director

Resumes Due July 1

Ozark Adventist School is looking for a Pre-K Director for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year. Our dynamic and growing program will incorporate elements of instructional planning, teaching, supervision, and working with the OAS children and staff. Applicants will need to be good communicators and comfortable supervising up to 12 children from 3-5 years of age. Please e-mail resumes to principal.oas@gmail.com