You have found the website of the Missionary Church in Freeman, SD. Thanks for visiting.
We have had the joy of serving in Freeman, and the surrounding community, for over 50
years. In fact, in Sept. of 2019, we celebrated our 50th anniversary. For more go to the
'celebrating 50 years' page, or click right here
Here at the Missionary Church we celebrate the love of God and new life in Christ through worship and praise; we cultivate personal growth in Jesus Christ through preaching, teaching, and study; we care about one another in Jesus Christ through demonstrations of genuine concern and sharing of ourselves with one another; we
communicate Jesus Christ to the world through one on one relationships, community outreach ministries, and world missions.
This is an exciting place to be. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, whether early on in investigating God, a long time follower of Jesus, or anywhere in between we would love to have you be a part of our church family!
JANUARY PRAYER FOCUS
“Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven!” Matthew 5:16
As we look ahead to the 2023 National Conference that will be held in Orlando, Florida, we embrace the theme of “Salt & Light.” These are certainly not new concepts to us, but like many truths in Scripture, we need to be reminded periodically of their importance. These are simple instructions, and yet they have Kingdom impact. Let your light shine — don’t allow anything to dim your light — things like ungodly attitudes or unkind words or unconfessed sin or absence of good works. Our light is to shine as bright as possible so that others may see the works the Lord empowers us to do and we may glorify our heavenly Father. The light is not about us. The good works are not about us nor are they for our glory but for the glory of the Father. Just as the moon has no light in itself but reflects the light of the sun, so we have no light in us except the light of Christ who shines in us and through us. He is the light of the world. Yet as He dwells in us, we become the light to the world. To be the salt of the earth is to have a part in preserving the earth from moral putrescence and decay and preventing or curing the growth of that corruption that prevails in the world, and of seasoning men’s minds with wisdom and grace. Disciples of Jesus, through the communication of the divine truth, are used of God to oppose the spiritual corruption and powerlessness of men. It is the privilege of every Christ-follower to be the salt that preserves the earth from corruption and seasons it — to freshen and sweeten it.
Due to blowing and drifting snow, that will only get worse as the day goes on, there will be no meetings at Church, tonight, Jan. 25.
COMING YET THIS MONTH
● CELEBRATING COMMUNION
● ANNUAL MEETING