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2020 Worship Schedule: 

January 11 @11 am at the Ministry Center ~ 225 E. 11th Street
February 8 @ 11 am at the Ministry Center ~ 225 E. 11th Street
March 14 @ 11 am at the Ministry Center ~ 225 E. 11th Street
April 4     ****Worship canceled in April****
May 16 ****Worship canceled in May****
June 13 ****Worship canceled in June****
July 11 ****Worship canceled in July****
August 8****Worship canceled in August****
September 12 @11 am at Heritage Park ~ 600 E. 7th Street
October 10 @10 am at Heritage Park ~ 600 E. 7th Street
November 14  @11am at Augustana Lutheran Church ~ 235 N Prairie Ave
December 12 @11 am Location TBD


We couldn't do this ministry without your prayers.  As you look through our upcoming events and news items please say a prayer that someone will feel the presence of the Holy Spirit that day.

Upcoming Events

December Worship - December 12TBD
Join us for worship! Setup begins at 10 am, worship at 11am, lunch is served at approximately 12 noon. All are welcome!
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Laundry with Love-December 15The Laundromat Company - 701 N. Cliff Ave
Laundry with Love is held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 3-8pm.  All are welcome to come and do up to 3 loads of laundry for free.  Laundry detergent, dryer sheets, bleach and stain spray is provided and a meal is served.   Sign up to do laundry by going to our Facebook group, Laundry with Love -Church on the Street.  The sign up genius is posted one week before each laundr...
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News Articles

January Prayer Requests
We pray for: Jeremy W.: My life is a complete mess. I just lost the love of my life and am desperately trying to get her back. I also have a good chance to land a great job here in the next two weeks and I am desperately trying to get my own apartment. Meth kills you and everything you love.  Robert: I was stabbed and am trying to heal. I pray for help with my life. I am an addict and I fall...
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December Prayer Requests
The Prayers of Church on the Street We pray for the family of Lugene as they mourn his death.. He will be missed at Church on the street. Anonymous: “I am requesting prayers. I am in need of a home. Most of all I need employment. Few people will hire me. I am very thankful for my blessing...
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November Prayer Requests
Prayers from the Street and Laundry with Love: Rambo: I pray for a Warm Place to Stay or an apartment. My truck windows are broke. Anonymous: Please pray for my sick Grandmother in Addis and Gambella, Ethiopia. Anonymous: Please pray the Spirit of God is upon me. Anonymous: Pray for the men and women that are in Prison. Hospitals, Homeless and for gun control. Nyakueth: For strength...
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November Is National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Month
As seen on the City of Sioux Falls website “Every night in Sioux Falls, homeless children, women, and men are in need of shelter and supportive services. They live in shelters, transitional living facilities, vehicles, outdoors, in places not meant for human habitation, with strangers they have just met, or at imminent risk of being displaced from their residence,” says Colleen Moran, Assistant...
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First Annual Art in the Park
With a goal of gathering in the Christian community around art, fun, and fellowship, the first COTS Arts in the Park was a success! Thank you to Darby Hurd for organizing the event and to all who helped make it a success. Thank you to Holy Cross for your partnership, water, freezies, flip-flops, and even temporary tattoos; and Nightwatch Ministries for the use of the food truck. Over 180 COTS t-sh...
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July Church On The Street Prayers
Journey: "God, my family and I are homeless at the moment. I ask God to renew my heart, as well as my fiance's soul so that we can become one unit and more like him. Someday we can raise our children different and guide them in the way of the Lord and guide us as we grow in the Lord." Annonymous: "I was homeless for about two years- way too long. I was given a place to be. I was doing everythin...
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