Be sure to join us on Christmas Eve, December 24th at 6pm for our Christmas Eve service. This 1 hour service is open to the public and it’ll be a great opportunity for the entire family to focus on the “Reason for the Season”. We look forward to seeing you!
Please invite your friends and family for a wonderful time of music and worship.
John and Ruth sing together. John is featured on the trombone, but also plays the trumpet. Ruth plays keyboards. They compose and perform most of their music with MIDI interfaced computers. Current technology gives new “state of the art” sounds to their music. The wide variety of songs, styles, and instruments provides something for everyone!
John – studied music under James “Doc” Walker and Willard S. Nichols. He has played in several bands and orchestras including CSU, SNU, CSC and is a past member of the International Trombone Association.
Ruth – studied music under Doris Vaughn, Myra Shubert, and Robert Hale. She has been playing and singing with The Briscoes ministry for several years.
Join us for our Easter Service at 10:30am on Sunday, April 16th. We look forward to worshiping with you!
Dayspring Church of the Nazarene would like to invite all neighborhood kids from 4 yrs of age to 12 years of age to our Annual Easter Party. The party will have easter egg dyeing, easter egg hunt, and other fun events.
The party if free to attend and no RSVP is necessary. The event will be at Dayspring Church of the Nazarene at 2812 E. Grand Street, Springfield, Mo from 1pm to 3pm on April 8 (rain or shine). This will not be a drop -off event and we ask that parents are present with their children for the entire event.
Our Annual Town Hall has been rescheduled for February 19th. There will be a Potluck after the 10:30am service and the Town Hall be directly after the meal. We encourage our entire church family to attend (you do not need to be a member) as we discuss some outreach events that God is leading us to organize and participate in 2017. Please come and make your voice heard!
Dayspring Church of the Nazarene is proud to partner with The National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) in order to bring a support group for people with depression right into your community. The group will be facilitated by a peer who has been trained using Department of Mental Health guidelines. NAMI’s services are free of charge and open to any person over the age of 17. If you struggle with depression, we hope you will come to receive support and guidance. Groups are drop-in–no appointment necessary–and will be held every Tuesday starting June 28th from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.”
Due to the adult nature of support groups, we request that all attendees be at least 17 years old and there will not be childcare services provided during the support group meetings.
For questions about this Support Group or NAMI’s other groups, please contact:
Jennifer at the NAMI Hope Center at 417-864-3027 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org