Current Teaching Series:
God is not a Sunday morning thing, but an every moment thing. Wherever you are - At home, work, a bar, a coffee shop - You are a church Venue every moment of every day, loving people like Jesus did. The challenge: Be kind, helpful or giving to a person, animal or the planet every day from now until May 19 (Venuespalooza)!
We are collecting donations of canned fish and other nonperishable proteins until April 14th for our friends at Ozarks Food Harvest. Items can be dropped off in the lobby!
chicken or tuna salad kits
Trivia Night Mark your calendar for Saturday, March 30th, at 6:30p (doors open at 5:30p). In addition to trivia, we'll have a silent auction (baskets/items donations needed) and dessert auction (okay you bakers, let’s see what you have). Get your teams together for an incredible night of fun! $15 per person (table of 8) or $100 per table. Proceeds will go to update tech & sound equipment in the auditorium.
Workshop Limit: 45 people
Friday, January 25th from 5 PM to 8 PM
Saturday the 26th from 10 AM to 4 PM - Saturday breakfast is provided, there will be a break from noon to 1PM and 2 short breaks along the way!
at The Venues
For more information go here.
Not everyone feels joyful in this season. You are not alone. Join us on Wednesday, Dec 19th @ 6:30p for a quiet, reflective service for those dealing with life situations that make the holidays difficult, and for those who want to support our friends who are struggling.
Childcare is provided!
OACAC’s Poverty Simulation consists of four 15-minute sessions, each representing a week, in which participants grapple with real-life situations faced by individuals living in poverty.
The Simulation forces participants to assume the role of a low-income family and confront the realities of living on a severely restricted income.
The purpose of the Poverty Simulation is three-fold:
-Promote poverty awareness
-Increase understanding of the challenges faced by individuals living in poverty
-Inspire local change to overcome the effects of poverty
Childcare is provided with RSVP: https://thevenues.org/sessions/
The Springfield community is coming together on October 6th in solidarity to further support and process the eradicating of sexual assault and harassment in all its forms. This rally will be a space dedicated to conversations on the impact and pervasiveness of sexual violence, and action to eliminate this issue for both men and women. Our goals are awareness, community, and action.
You are invited to join us for the Grand opening of Eden Village, a master-planned community for the chronically homeless! On August 28th at 11:00 am we will open the Eden Village tiny home community and welcome our first resident as he moves off the streets and into his new permanent home. Come celebrate all that God is doing to end homelessness in our city!
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Please join us for what will be one of the best nights of music, fun and philathronpic endeavors and amazing people.
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