We hope you'll join us at Camp Mihaska for some quality family time in a fun and relaxed environment!
This year's theme is "Rhythms of Life." Activities include bumper balls, Gagal ball, nine square, archery, bonfires with s'mores, and more.
$100 for youth (two nights)
$50 per family member (one night)
$200 family max
Friday, November 3, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, November 4, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Gale Dollar and Jordan Dollar will be leading an interactive seminar at Dayspring that will explore what, how, and why we grieve. We will learn about the task of saying goodbye and practices to help deal with the process of grieving. Gale and Jordan are both trained chaplains with experience working in hospitals and hospice care.
Cost is $25 per person
Snacks will be provided on Friday and Saturday breakfast and lunch will be provided.
To register contact the church office.
DayspringSTL@gmail.com or 314-432-1960
All ages are invited to join in a morning of blanket making to support the Linus Project.
The mission of the Linus Project is to provide love, a sense of security, warmth, and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need, through gifts of new handmade blankets. Donated supplies are available.
Join us on our church grounds for a bonfire and barbecue while listening to The Mighty Pines! Bring a lawn chair or blanket, your kids, your frisbee, and your appetite for both good food and good music.
This is part of our church celebration and dedication of our new church addition. We will offer tours of the facility and kid's activities at 5 p.m., with food and music at 5:30. Come for part or all.
Join us on Saturday, September 9 at 8:00 in the morning to caravan to Bass River Resort in Steelville, MO. Be sure to pack a lunch and snacks as we won’t be returning until 5:00 that evening. Cost is $35 per adult and $15 for children 12 and under with a family max of $100. If you plan on attending please sign up in the Narthex or contact the church office.
Join Pastor Chris in this popular run/walk that generates funding for The Covering House. The Covering House provides refuge and restoration to girls who have experienced sexual exploitation or trafficking. This race is for all ages.
The race is on Saturday, September 2, at 8:00 a.m. at Tower Grove Park, Sons of Rest Pavillion.
Remember to register online at www.RaceForRefuge.org.
We are gathering once again for Sunday worship with our sister congregation, Southern Union Missionary Baptist Church. We will travel to their church on Sunday, July 30, for worship from 10-11:30 a.m. The address is 2701 Cole St., St. Louis, 63106. Hope to see you there!
Chuck and Marsha Hussung invite everyone to a church-wide fellowship at their home. Come on July 16, from 5-7 with a side dish or dessert to share. Meats and drinks will be provided. The pool is warm and sparkling, so bring your suits and towels if you would like to swim.
Bring your lawn chairs, dress casually, and worship at the Labrinyth on Sunday morning, May 21, at our usual service time of 10:45. Dayspring friends John Hussung and Neil Salsich of the Mighty Pines will lead our music. Worship will be followed by a picnic box lunch.
We know you sing in the shower! We know you dance in private using a hairbrush as a microphone! And we know you have a comedy routine that only your mirror has seen! Now is your chance to step into the limelight at our 6th annual VARIETY SHOW and DESSERT AUCTION.
Gather some friends or work up your own solo act. You can sing, dance, tell jokes, or do a skit. Or you can share your creativity in the kitchen by making a dessert for the auction.
Make plans now to participate in a fun evening to help raise funds to help send our kids to camp! Sign up with the church office.
Join us at AMC Chesterfield 14 to watch The Shack. The movie begins at 4:10, but be sure to get there early to purchase your tickets. After the movie join us for dinner and discussion at the Fillingham house. Fried chicken will be provided, but please bring a side dish or dessert to share. Contact the church office to sign up.
As we reach the mid-point of construction, we invite you into the new spaces to envision how the upper level will be used for prayer and administration and how on the lower level our children will play together and come to know our faith. While we are there, we will write prayers and blessings on the wood, concrete, and steel.