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Midtown Midweek Tonight 5:30 PM: Dinner served Adults & Kids: Humongous Build-your-own salad bar 6:20 PM: Prayer & Bible Study This week in Midtown Midweek Bible study we turn to the prophet Habakkuk. Habakkuk is anguished by the injustice of the world and he takes his frustration to God. And God answers him. His book is a call to trust God in every circumstance. And, it is a call to take our real questions to God. Join with us tonight!
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Rice University’s Center for Energy & Environmental Research in the Human Sciences (CENHS) and Department of Anthropology is conducting research to find out, via surveys and in-person interviews, how people whose homes were flooded decide to stay or relocate. All of the results from this research will be anonymized, and shared with City of Houston and Harris County officials to help their planning and recovery efforts.
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Exciting news for our across the street neighbor!
Midtown Midweek Tonight 5:30 PM: Dinner served Adults: Fried catfish, hush puppies, fries, cole slaw Kids: Chicken strips, fries, fruit 6:20 PM: Prayer & Bible Study This week in Midtown Midweek Bible study we consider the prophet Nahum, whose name means “Comfort.” His prophesy was anything but a comfort to Nineveh, against whom he cried out. And, we can find a great comfort in his words if we are willing to listen. Join with us for a word about God’s goodness, might, slowness to anger, and just retribution against evil.
The April board meeting of the Willow Meadows Civic Club will take place on Tuesday, April 10th, 2018, at 7:00 p.m., most likely in the Fellowship Hall of the Willow Meadows Baptist Church, 4300 West Bellfort Dr., Houston, Texas 77035. Topics will include general association business, committee and management company reports and feedback, a presentation showing draft architectural plans for the possible UOS move to near the WM Baptist Church, and unfinished and new business.
Midtown Midweek Tonight 5:30 PM: Dinner served Adults: Austin Blues Carnitas Bowl Kids: Roasted pulled pork or chicken tacos, chips, fresh fruit 6:20 PM: Prayer & Bible Study This week in Midtown Midweek Bible Study we consider the prophet Micah — whom Matthew cites as foretelling the birthplace of the Messiah and who calls us to “enact justice and righteousness, love mercy, and to walk humbly with God.” And, we will remember an American tragedy: Wednesday, April 4, is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. — peacemaker, prophet in his time, and minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Join with us as we continue to listen to the prophets.
Easter Sunday Worship in the Sanctuary at 9:00 & 11:20 AM We celebrate Easter Sunday and the Resurrection of Christ together this Sunday, moving into the climax of our Stories in Light series, looking at the Resurrection stained glass window. Join your church family on Easter morning as we experience, in song, story, and Scripture, a message of divine love and second chances told in the language of Christ’s life and resurrection.
How do I find God? A blog post by Linda Gardner: https://www.smbc.org/blog/how-do-i-find-god-lenten-devotional-march-30
Bible study is still scheduled for tonight. We are crossing fingers that the worst of the rain stays away from the church! 5:30 Dinner 6:20 Bible Study No children's programming but preschool and grade school childcare is available. See y'all soon!
How do I find God? A blog post by Margie Ehlers: https://www.smbc.org/blog/how-do-i-find-god-lenten-devotional-march-28
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Children’s Easter Celebration This annual family tradition begins in the Sanctuary on Saturday, March 31 at 9:30 AM, as we hear a story from Dave the Donkey about what he thought was going to happen to the King as they rode into Jerusalem before the first Easter. Every child should bring an Easter basket because after the story, families are invited outside to hunt for as many eggs as their basket will hold. Each child (4th grade and younger) will receive a bag filled with goodies.
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How do I find God? A blog post by Kristy Wade-Carroll: https://www.smbc.org/blog/how-do-i-find-god-lenten-devotional-march-27
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How do I find God? A blog post by Anne Tulek: https://www.smbc.org/blog/how-do-i-find-god-lenten-devotional-march-23
How do I find God? A blog post by J Hill: https://www.smbc.org/blog/how-do-i-find-god-lenten-devotional-march-20
Thank you for your patience. Yesterday's worship service is now posted at smbc.org/video.
How do I find God? A blog post by Bobbye Lott:https://www.smbc.org/blog/how-do-i-find-god-lenten-devotional-march-19
We are experiencing technical difficulties with the live stream this morning. Please check back on the video archives page at smbc.org/video later this week for the March 18 worship service.
How do I find God? A blog post by Katy Rudisill: https://www.smbc.org/blog/how-do-i-find-god-lenten-devotional-march-17