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Wildwood Historical Society March Meeting
"The Battle of Blackwell, Mo. – Grant’s first Civil War Battle" will be the program on Tuesday, March 20th at 7:00 pm for the Wildwood Historical Society's monthly meeting. The meeting this month will be held at the Bethel Methodist Church basement at 17500 Manchester Rd. while construction continues at the Society’s museum site. This historic program will feature John Hollingsworth of De Soto, who has written a book about this only Civil War battle fought in Jefferson County. Visitors are welcome, especially including anyone interested in local history. A short Society business meeting will be held after the program.
|Where||Bethel United Methodist Church 17500 Manchester Rd, Glencoe, MO 63038|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–8:30 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Bethel United Methodist Church
Devoted to having an open door, open minds and open hearts, Bethel United Methodist Church congregants blend history with contemporary activities, Bible studies and missionary work.
Since 1924, church members have hosted an annual chicken dinner and crafts boutique during autumn. Additionally, they also host an annual auction with various themes. Their outreach support goes local organizations, such as Circle of Concern, and globally toward the Chonguene United Methodist Church in Mozambique, Africa.
Preschool children are taught lessons in Bethel's Nursery through the Cokesbury Methodist learning series. Bethel's Nursery is open each Sunday morning for the 9am and 10:30am services. Staffing is provided by a paid worker and a youth volunteer.
BYG Time (Bethel Youth Group, Teens Imitating Messiah's Example) is a program designed for teenagers in grades 6-12. The Rock Stars program gives a forum to kids in kindergarten through fifth grade for singing and performing.
Various adult leaders take turns being liturgists during the month.