Easter Sunday Photo Booth

Hello! Did you use one of our photographers to take your photo this Easter Sunday? Use the link below to view and download your photos. All 4 services are now up! Click HERE for those photos!

Kids Lesson 1/3/21

Preschool Lesson Materials to Print: 1) Home Guide 2) Coloring PageLesson to watch: https://youtu.be/_WMBDGa7Fv8 Elementary Lesson Materials to Print: 1) Home Guide 2) Coloring Page 3) Family ActivitiesLesson to watch: https://vimeo.com/495827873

Impact Report 2020

Impact Report 2020 HERE Okay Church family, I want your help—I hate the term “Impact Report.” It sounds so formal, so professional. As though we’re doing some sort of business transaction. I think of the Impact Report as, “I’m proud because. . .” What moments this year make me just say, “Wow, I’m proud of my church!” Those are what we wanna share. Maybe you’ve got a better idea of what we can call it for next year? (I’ve heard…

The Lights at Morning Star

Dates and Times: Every weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) in December before Christmas, and December 23 and 24. 6-9 pm.   The Why: As followers of Jesus Christ, we know that He is the answer. John 1:5 says, “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” There are so many challenges in our community— COVID-19, the recent wildfires, and isolation from the things and folks we love. People are craving opportunities to get together and experience joy.…

Welcome to the Board: Scott Lute

Hello, my name is Scott Lute. My wife Kelle and I have attended Morning Star since the first official service was held on July 4, 1982. Following my retirement from the business world, it was my long term relationship with this body of believers and the prompting of God’s Spirit, that led me to join the Morning Star staff in January of 2015 for a few years assisting the pastoral staff. My wife and I became Christians shortly after we…

Stop & Pray

We believe that prayer changes things, so tonight we will be praying from 8-8:30 pm. Join us in prayer as we invite God to move powerfully in our state.Let’s pray together for: Protection of people, including our firefighters and first responders The homes and property in harm’s way For weather conditions to be kind If you have been affected by the fires OR are able to help others in need right now, please click here: https://www.mstar.church/2020/to-our-friends-affected-by-the-fires-and-evacuations/

How To Help – Santiam Fires

If you are in a position to help, please let us know so we can match provision with need. Please email info@mstar.church if any of the following apply to you: If you have room to shelter someone. Shelter may be in your home or in your travel trailer or RV. If you have resources or can help in other ways If you are in the danger zones and need help We have this opportunity to do good, to provide tangible help…

To our friends affected by the fires and evacuations

We’re posting this for our Morning Star family in the evacuation alert areas—to you. If you or your neighbors need a place to stay, we can help. We’re fervently praying for you and actively working on coordinating resources with needs.  Members of our church family are offering their homes. The church facility and parking lot (for trailers, tents, and RVs) will be open if needed. Community resources are available: the Red Cross has staging areas at the Fairgrounds and the…

Notes from the Roundtable discussion on mental health

If you were in our Roundtable tonight about mental health, these are the resources mentioned. We hope they help you . . . and thanks for being a part of it! Here are a list of helpful resources on mental health and common counseling topics as well as family and parenting tools: Resources:www.ccef.orgChristian Counseling and Educational Foundation; corona virus page and articles on many counseling-related topics. www.mentalhealthgracealliance.orgMental Health Grace AllianceMental health resources shaped by a biblical worldview.Article for Parents: Seven…
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