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The LOOP Newsletter : FEBRUARY Monthly Edition

Second Baptist Church
Weekly LOOP newsletter for February 1, 2015

New Adult Bible Studies | LENT Preview | Game Night | Disciple Now 2015 | Student Pastor Search | Equipping | SEND Opportunities

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Posted by Kelsey Adams at Saturday, January 31, 2015
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Love INC Celebrates 25 Years!

Love INC

Love In the Name of Christ of Clay County Missouri.  Bringing Christian Churches together to help the poor in coordinated, tangible ways that demonstrate God's Love.

This year Love INC of Clay County will celebrate its 25th anniversary. It was on November 19, 1990 that Felecia Taylor Douglas, Everett Truex and Dona Lea Warren signed the incorporation papers that started us out on this amazing journey of bringing Christian churches together to help the poor in coordinated, tangible ways that demonstrate God’s love. 


The Love INC Care Pantry is in urgent need of the following items.  Please consider buying a package or two on your next shopping trip and dropping them by our office at 2050 Plumbers Way, Suite 160, Liberty, MO 64068.

Newborn Diapers
Size 1 Diapers
Size 4 Diapers
Toilet Paper
Panty Liners

Thanks you for your generosity.

Posted by Kelsey Adams at Friday, January 23, 2015
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Deacon Ministry @ 2BC


Matthew 25:40 reminds us that when we serve others, we serve Christ. 

Deacons at Second Baptist Church have long been a service-oriented body committed to serving the needs of our congregation. The Deacons work in a variety of ways to support our ministerial staff each week, such as hospital visits, outreach to guests at church, and ministry to families in crisis or members with special needs. As we head into the new year, we will be more intentional with that commitment searching for different ways to express our calling to serve. 

You will begin to hear the term, “Congregational Care” more often as we focus specifically on areas of need for the congregation such as in-home visits to offer communion for those unable to join us for regular worship, checking in with those not seen in church for a while, and working with the Hospitality Team to be a welcoming presence to those coming into our church for the first time, just to name a few. 

During our Deacon Retreat on Saturday, February 7, the deacon body and pastoral team will discuss how our deacon body can more intentionally offer congregational care. We’ll conclude the day by traveling to visit those from our congregation who are home-bound to share communion and prayer. 

We covet your prayers and ask for guidance and wisdom in knowing more ways we can carry out Christ’s call to serve.  

Cathy Baker
2015 Deacon Chair

Posted by Kelsey Adams at Thursday, January 15, 2015
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