A lot of people recognize Old Mission as "that beautiful stone church on Shawnee Mission Parkway".  Have you driven by?  At the heart of Old Mission, you'll find a welcoming community of believers who care - for each other, for those around us, and for God.  We invite you to come inside this Sunday!

Sunday Worship Schedule
8:30 - Traditional
9:45 - Contemporary
11:00 - Traditional


Upcoming Sermons

Rock Solid: Back to Basics Series concludes:  In this final sermon in his series for the start of school, Dr. Gardner will be sharing the basics that make for a moral and ethical life of faith, so that we might build our lives on a solid foundation, as solid as solid rock. 

9/06/15            I Thessalonians 4:9-12            “Work Hard and Play Fair”


The Road to Character Series:  Most of us spend our time doing stuff – for work, or money, or family - or sometimes for others.  Imagine how life might be different if we developed a strong inner moral framework so that we do not just do things, but we are doing them for the right reasons.  Dr. Gardner says, “I am convinced that most of us need to devote more time to developing our character.  At the end of the day, it is the one thing that matters most.” Join us for six lessons on “The Road to Character.” 

9/13/15            Ephesians 4:1-6                                “Humility of Heart”

9/20/15            Ephesians 4:11-16                           “Honesty and Integrity”

9/27/15            2 Thessalonians 3:6-13                   “Getting an A for Effort”

10/04/15          Philippians 4:2-9                              “Keeping a Positive Attitude”

10/11/15          Colossians 3:12-17                          “Living a Life of Compassion”

10/18/15          Ephesians 5:15-20                           “Being Grateful”


Weekly Sermon Archive

     If you would like to review past sermons, refer to the Sermon Archive page for a complete listing.

September 03
Thursday 7:00 PM
Room 119-120
September 05
Saturday 8:00 AM
Meditation Room
September 07
Monday 7:00 PM
Fellowship Hall

Potato Drop for          After the Harvest

Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, 8:30 - Noon

Time for our third annual potato drop!!  After The Harvest (ATH) works with farmers to glean their leftover crops for shelters, food kitchens, and pantries.  A farmer from Wisconsin is donating a semi truck load of potatoes.  Potatoes will be in 10 to 50 lb bags.  We will need help loading potatoes into vechicles and help with signing in volunteers.   All ages are welcome to help and we need about 50 volunteers.

We will be taking a good will offering to help offset the $4,000 packaging and shipping fee.  If you can make a donation, make your check payable to Old Mission and put 'potato drop' in the memo.

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Contact Shelle Lewis lewisshelle@gmail.com with questions.


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