Englewood strives to offer the same invitation Christ offered – “Whosoever will may come.” Therefore we welcome all who wish to join us on our faith journey as we embrace diversity including gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status.
Englewood receives outstanding community service award from Missouri Association for Community Action.
Prayer & Meditation Labyrinth
Englewood members volunteer at Hillcrest Thrift Store during our Mission Trip to Kansas City.
Caring Englewood volunteers serve in our community.
Our breezeway offers a welcoming link to the sanctuary, church offices, memorial garden and meditation labyrinth.
Members of the Englewood sewing group make blankets for hospice patients and items for new mothers.
Loving adults teach our youth and children about our faith.

Transition Team News

We are drawing closer to decisions about the future of our church, which is not really "ours", but God’s. This work and community is larger than its members and our purpose is to
join God in what God
is already doing around here.


In November, we spent a whole Sunday seeking to align ourselves with the movement of this Holy Spirit. While there is no one right answer to the question of how to serve God with what we have, we clearly have energy and hope, among other resources, for exploring new ways to serve God. This direction will require leadership in the form of a coordinating pastor whose specific job description is yet to be developed.

The Transition Team continues to meet and also is in conversation with leaders of Second Baptist Church in Liberty, to build upon some ideas that have been raised regarding a partnership.

On December 29th, our worship service included time to hear and discuss results and some recommendations from the Transition Team. A report of any recommendations will be sent to the church via email and newsletter.

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Food Pantry News

Our food pantry continues to be
very busy and donations are
always welcome!


We are a small congregation,
with an average of around 50 people in services on Sunday mornings.
Yet the generosity and lovingkindness
of our church members
reaches so many people in need.

We are grateful to all of the individuals and organizations who contribute to this vital ministry throughout the year.
If you would like to support
the food pantry, please
contact the church office.

In 2013, we served 776 families, consisting of 2,156 individuals.

Below are the monthly
totals for last year:
• Jan: 54 families, 151 individuals
• Feb: 29 families, 62 individuals
• Mar: 52 families, 124 individuals
• Apr: 50 families, 133 individuals
• May: 52 families, 142 individuals
• June: 70 families, 186 individuals
• July: 45 families, 130 individuals
• Aug: 67 families, 194 individuals
• Septr: 61 families, 172 individuals
• Octr: 113 families, 313 individuals
• Nov: 84 families, 290 individuals
• Dec: 89 families, 259 individuals

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Englewood News

December 8
Come and remember loved ones at our annual service of
remembrance at 2:00PM.

December 12
Golden Oaks Christmas Store,
9:00AM-noon.

December 14
Help sort food at Harvesters,
12:30-4:30PM

December 15
After worship, we will eat lunch, then go Christmas caroling at the homes of members on our care team list.

December 24
Christmas Eve Service at 6:00PM.

January 1
Church office closed.
No January Potluck.
Join us for potluck at 5:30PM on February 5th

January 31-February 1
Prayer Retreat at Conception Abbey.
Please contact the church office if you would like to participate in the retreat, from Friday to Saturday afternoon. Costs are $50 for single-occupancy, $70 for double-occupancy, and $21 for meals.

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