Eat, Play, Love is Sunday, November 10th! Everyone is invited to breakfast at 8:30, and then at 9 we will break out into 9 am discussion groups. If you are a family with little ones, you can attend Stories and Play, our spiritual formation group for families! Hope to see you there!
Join us on Sunday, October 27th from 5:30pm-7:30pm for the NACC and DGMS Fall Festival! Wear Costumes because there will be trick or treating! The Haunted House will be back AND we will have s’mores! This year is a chili cook off, so start searching for that perfect recipe so you can enter to win!
October’s Eat, Play, Love will be Sunday, October 13th! Join us in The Gallery for a delicious breakfast at 8:30 am! At 9, families with little ones can stick around for stories and play!
It’s that time of year! It’s time for NACC’s community night at Millsap farms. NACC’s evening will be October 10th. Seats fill up and sell out very quickly, so call and reserve yours ASAP! You will need to call 417-839-0847 and make your reservation. Tell them you are with NACC. On the evening of the dinner, you will need to arrive at 5:30 so we can all be seated together. Bring your own chair!
National Avenue welcomes everyone to be a part of this community-members and non-members alike. Membership is important to some of us, so we have a simple process for those who wish to formally join our congregation. Our next Joining Sunday will be September 29th.
On September 8, come for breakfast and stay for play as we hear the story of Earth’s life and then play together at stations that help us with the skills we need to love the Earth.
- Knowledge: We’ll play with chemistry as we make some slime.
- Creativity: We’ll play with art as we imagine and make our own creatures.
- Mindfulness: We’ll play with care and attention as we put together a sea turtle craft.
- Cooperation: Little ones can cooperate to play “pass the ice cream” while bigger ones must play cooperatively to see if they can save Fred the gummy worm.
Adult and older youth participation and leadership is both needed and appreciated! Contact Jody if you can help!