Tuesday, January 15, 2013
The meeting was held at Morning Star Church in Dardenne Prairie.
Two mayors and a city administrator spoke to a large crowd about the state of their respective cities at the January membership meeting of the Western St. Charles Chamber of Commerce last week. Speaking for the city of Dardenne Prairie was City Administrator Frank Schoneboom. Schoneboom thanked Morning Star Church, who was hosting the meeting, and pointed out the new addition to the Dardenne Prairie church. Schoneboom spoke of the city's motto, A City of Possibilities. "We try to approach everything we do with that kind of an open-mindedness." He spoke about how Mayor Pam Fogarty and the Board of Aldermen worked with MoDOT and St. Charles County to keep the Page Extension from dividing the city with the addition of an underpass at Hanley …
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Morning Star hosts a collection on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A local church is in need of volunteers to donate furniture for tornado victims in Joplin, MO. Morning Star Church has been involved with post-hurricane and tornado clean-up and rebuild for several years. While much of the reconstruction is complete, the cause is important to church members, because many families still lack the finances to replace lost furniture. "When a home is destroyed, they lose everything and are starting from scratch," Heather Kemper-Hussey, Morning Star director of communications, said. Morning Star is a church located at 1600 Feise Rd. with a growing congregation of more than 4,000 people in attendance for Easter services this year. The church offers a variety of opportunities to grow and give back. There are …
Thursday, September 20, 2012
The festival is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 14 from 3 to 7 p.m.
Friday, August 31, 2012
The church located at 1600 Feise Rd. in Dardenne Prairie is adding more than 21,000 square feet to include larger children’s space and a new media room.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Lake Saint Louis offers a variety of opportunities that promote a healthy and active lifestyle.
Did you make a New Year's resolution to lose weight, live a healthier lifestyle or just get yourself off the couch in 2012? Lake Saint Louis Patch has rounded up five places in or near Lake Saint Louis that can help get you going:
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
The Josh Wilson concert at Morning Star Church sold 765 tickets in one week.
Morning Star Church in Dardenne Prairie had an immediate and positive reaction when they announced the date of their Dec. 4 Christmas concert. They sold 765 tickets—all that were available—in one week. The concert by artist Josh Wilson is called Noel: A Unique Christmas Experience. The program, which starts at 6:30 p.m. at the church, "will embrace the true spirit of Christmas," according to a press release. Wilson will showcase his diverse musical talents by operating over 20 different instruments throughout the evening, using computers and pedals to record all of the sounds from each tool in front of the audience. This allows every sound to be recorded as the night goes on. The end result is an extraordinary and magical holiday …
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Young entrepreneurs from Dardenne Prairie church raised $100 for relief efforts.
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Whiz Kids: Julia Wolz, 11, Abby Hankins, 10, Grant Merritt, 9, Hannah Hankins, 8, Grace Merritt, 11, Zane Merritt,4, Madison Hankins, 6, and Owen Merritt, 5. Church: Morning Star Key to Awesomeness: These Whiz Kids were out despite the heat Monday, July 11 selling lemonade in O'Fallon to donate to Morning Star Church's Joplin Tornado Relief efforts. The group delivered $100 to Morning Star on Tuesday, July 12 and asked that the money be donated to the church's continued Joplin Mission Trips. For more information on helping with the Joplin relief, visit www.mscwired.org/joplin.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Event will be held June 24-25.
Morning Star Church is pleased to announce its 13th Annual Golf Tournament being held Friday and Saturday, June 24 -25 at the Golf Club of Wentzville. Activities include two nine-hole competitions on Friday afternoon (choice of competition: couples or parent-child play) and two 18-hole competitions on Saturday. Proceeds from the tournament benefit Habitat for Humanity of St. Charles County and Morning Star Church’s local, national and international outreach efforts. Friday registration fees are $40 per adult player ($20 per spouse) and $25 per child. Each Friday adult registration includes two free child registrations. Friday fees include golf, cart, non-alcoholic beverages, dessert and prizes. Saturday registration fees are $85 per player…