67080 N M-66, Sturgis, Michigan
Going to a new church for the first time can be nerve-racking. We want to help make your first experience at Sturgis Missionary Church a great one! Here you'll find service times, directions and what to expect.
9:15 am Growth Groups
10:30 am Worship Service
Sturgis Missionary Church is located on M-66 in Sturgis, Michigan, just north of downtown.
In total, a Sturgis Missionary Church service is about 60 minutes in length.
At typical service goes something like this:
At the end of the service, people are welcome to hang out and talk or just spend time with God as long as they care to.
Sundays at Sturgis Missionary are fun, casual, and relaxed. Come as you are and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.
Dress is casual. When you arrive, you are welcome to have a free cup of coffee or tea from the lobby and even take it with you into our worship center.
We believe that kids should have a blast at church every single week - and at SMC, we make this a priority.
The other thing we prioritize is your child's safety. Because of that, we have a check-in process for our Sturgis Missionary Church Children's program. Please check your child in prior to service. First-timers will fill out a paper with child's name, parent's name, emergency contact numbers, and a list of any allergies / medical information.
Children's Ministry is offered for kids ages infant through Grade 5.
Kids in kindergarten through grade 5 will start in the main service with their guardians and be dismissed for Children's Church before the message. Children infant through preschool have programming for the entire service.
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"When my husband and I moved to Sturgis from Colorado several years ago, we were concerned about our two kids in high school. The move was mid school year and we were able to make contact with the Youth Leaders at Sturgis Missionary Church (SMC) before the move to prepare our kids. The church leaders, youth and other members of the congregation were very helpful to our family."