NO SALES ON FIRST SUNDAY
Please note all media sales are now held in the Fellowship Hall. Audio and Video copies of worship services may be picked up following the 10:25am worship service.
ATTENTION ALL MOBC HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS AND PARENTS
If you are a member and high school senior in the Class of 2019 -- the church, through its Youth Ministry, would like to honor you by placing your portrait on the 2019 High School Senior Wall of Honor! The portraits are free of charge and will be taken after each service on Sun., March 24th and March 31st only. Registration is required. Sun., March 17th was the last day to do so.
MONTHLY WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY
"for He who mighty has done great things for me, and holy is His name. And His mercy is for those who fear Him from generation to generation." Luke 1:49-50
Join us on Sat., MArch 16th in the church boardroom at 1:30pm. We will study in the gospel of Luke where we will learn how to live with passion and purpose. Come! Be encouraged in fellowship, prayer and the truth of God's word!
MOBC 2019 WOMEN'S CONFERENCE "Christian Women Doing It God's Way: Being Intentional In Our Service To God" -- Colossians 3:23-24 (NIV)
Facilitators Session Training Dates:
Part II -- Sat., March 23rd -- 9am-11am
OUTREACH COLLECTIONS/CARE PACKAGES
Please assist us as we prepare to give care packages to local community groups -- Arlington Life Shelter and Women's Haven. We will collect baby wipes and toiletries. You may bring your items to the church each Sunday in March and Sunday April 14th and April 28th.
ONLINE REGISTRATION AND WEB STORE
Online registration is now open. Follow us on Facebook@2019MOBCWomen'sConference.
You may begin ordering your items from the web store at https://mtolive2019.itemorder.com.
In person sales will begin on Sun., March 24th after each service.
THE CARE, COMPASSION AND COMFORT (CCC)
Meeting: Sat., March 23rd -- 10am -- Room 320
We encourage and invite all who have experienced the loss of loved ones to attend and prayerfully receive information to help during this time of grief and transition.
Elouise Lewis, Ashley Proctor, Floyd McHenry and Malik Johnson