Every church is different. Congregations have their unique DNA. Schweitzer is known as a church of Community Impact, Caring Hearts, All Generations, Engaging Worship and Deeper Discipleship. We believe that God has placed in our hearts to pursue these five attributes with passion and excellence. We are excited to tell the stories of people’s lives being transformed through all that is occurring. Join us in worship, check out the stories on our website and in social media and join us in God’s good work. Be Part of This!
You are invited to be part of God’s family at Schweitzer. Please prayerfully complete your giving plan for 2019 on a commitment card and bring it with you to worship on Sunday, November 11. There will be a special time in worship for you to consecrate your giving to God. You may also make your commitment at be.sumc.co or mail by November 18. Thanks for being a part of God’s family, thanks for being a part of Schweitzer Church!
Set your clocks back an hour before coming to worship Sunday!
The Bass Pro Marathon takes place this Sunday, November 4. As you make your way to church, we invite you to pray for the runners, and plan your route to church accordingly.
Understand the teachings of Jesus better by understanding His social context
Looking at the parables of Jesus in light of their Jewish context. Join the Lost and Found Class for a 6-week study of the parables of Jesus. Begins November 4 at 9:40 a.m. in room 207.
Schweitzer’s Annual Conference
Schweitzer’s Annual Church Conference is Monday evening, November 12, 7:00 p.m. in Room 101-103 just inside Entrance B. Rev. Lynn Dyke, Ozarks District Superintendent, will lead us. All members of the church are voting members of the Conference and are invited to attend.
Every 3rd Thursday, from 7:45 to 8:15 a.m., at Pittman, men from Schweitzer run a simple and powerful breakfast with fun activities and discussions for dads and their kids. They had the biggest group so far last month with 120 kids and dads. The cooks even ran out of food! God is Great!
This Sunday at Central Christian Church