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Back Porch Grilling Social

Sunday, July 13, 5:30 pm

There's no better way to celebrate summer at Springtown than our Grilling Social. Here's what's planned for this fun evening:
1) We'll enjoy lots of vegetarian griling options, delicious sides and even a grilled dessert.
2) Jerry Roller & friends will treat us with live music.
3) There will be yard games & horse shoes.
4) For the younger ones we'll have an inflatable water slide, sprinklers and kiddie pool -- so bring swim suits and towels for your kids.
5) The food & fun will only be outdone by the fellowship!
This Back Porch event is designed to share with family, friends, neighbors and co-workers. So come enjoy the flavors, smells, sights & sounds of summer at Springtown!

Springtown Summer Studies

Women's Study Group

Through the summer months, this group of ladies is still meeting for prayer, Bible study & fellowship each Monday from 11:30 am-1 pm. Please bring a sack lunch.

Midweek Refreshing

Each Wednesday evening we are coming together to study The Great Hope - a small abbreviated version of the book The Great Controversy. This coming Wednesday, July 9, at 7 pm we'll be discussing chapter 6 called True Peace (chapters 7 & 27 in GC). Please join us!

Business Meeting

Monday, July 14, 7 pm

Please mark your calendar for this important quarterly meeting. We'll be reviewing plans/progress on our church addition and voting new board reps for Ozark Adventist School.

How Cotton Presley Found Amazing Grace

Second Sabbath, July 12

A full slate of services and activities are planned:
1) Sabbath School for Kids & Adults begins at 9:30 am
2) Children's Church will be held again this week for toddlers-age 12!
3) Cotton Presley, an officer in the Salvation Army and a hospital chaplain at Washington Regional Medical Center, will share his story of hope. He become addicted to heroin while serving as a soldier in Vietnam. It would take a lifetime to learn how to rise and stay above his addiction. Cotton and his wife, Rose Anna Presley, will tell their story of the amazing grace that lifted them from a life of addiction and codependency to a life of professional compassionate care of others. Come hear their story about how an encounter with Jesus forever changed their lives and how to make your church a safe place to minister to those in need.
4) POTLUCK following church!

Our Food Pantry Needs Restocking

1 in 4 Arkansas Kids Need Our Help!

Nationwide, one in five kids are "food insecure." But here are home in Arkansas that number is 27.7%. Simply put . . . that means these kids and their families have limited or uncertain access to food. Ann Willoughby has quietly been working behind the scenes to meet the food needs of area families, but she needs our help to restock the pantry shelves so this much-needed ministry can continue. We need non-perishable or canned food items. The next time you head to the grocery store, please pick up additional items for the church pantry. Food can be left on the counter in the church kitchen. Thank you!