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2019 Worship Schedule: DOWNLOAD A  PRINTABLE FLIER

January 12 @11 am at the Ministry Center 225 E. 11th Street
February 9 @ 11 am at the Ministry Center 225 E. 11th Street
March 9 @ 11 am at the Ministry Center 225 E. 11th Street
April 13 @ 11 am at First Lutheran Church 327 S. Dakota Ave
May 18 @11 am at Heritage Park 600 E. 7th Street
June 15 @11 am at Heritage Park 600 E. 7th Street
July 13 @11 am at Heritage Park 600 E. 7th Street
August 10 @11 am at Heritage Park 600 E. 7th Street
September 14 @11 am at Heritage Park 600 E. 7th Street
October 12 @11 am at Heritage Park 600 E. 7th Street
November 9 @11 am at Ministry Center 225 E. 11th Street
December 14 @11 am at Ministry Center 225 E. 11th Street

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 17-Laundry with LoveThe Laundromat Company - 701 N. Cliff Ave | 6-8 pm
Laundry With Love provides opportunities to come alongside people who are struggling financially by paying for their laundry.  Twice a month we partner with another local church or group to provide 3 loads of laundry at no cost.  This allows people to divert their limited resources to other needs such as rent and food.  We would love for you or your group, club or organization to join us by donati...
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News Articles

Register now for Church on the Street 5K
REGISTER NOW The Guide Your Feet 5k is an annual 5k hosted by Church on the Street. All the proceeds from the event go to Church on the Street to help sustain their minsitry. The 5k will begin at the patio of the Morrison Commons at Augustana University. You can park in the Huamnities Parking Lot (parking lot directly west of the patio). The top 3 competitors of each division will receive...
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June Prayer Requests
Dear Church on the Street Prayer Warriors,   How can we be the church in a genuine, faithful way? We can pray for those who reach out to us with deep cares and concerns and who trust us to do as we say we do and pray for them often. Someone asked this month how I pray for, all of these folks, every day? It was a good question. It took me back to four years ago when Church on the Street began.  ...
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Location Update for Laundry with Love
Laundry with Love will now be taking place at two different locations each month!  We started out last May at The Laundromat Company but had to make a change due to a fire at that location in January.  So, for the past 6 months Sioux Falls Laundry has welcomed us with open arms!  Now that the Laundromat Company is back up and running we decided to use both places.   We are hoping to be able to ser...
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May Prayer Requests
We lift up these prayers to our Father in Heaven. The one who knows our hearts and our needs and who always welcomes us back into His fold.   Lord, In your Mercy...Hear our Prayer. Please pray for our members in need. These prayers include... CR: “Homeless but not hopeless, Thanks be to the Lord and For Loving hearts like you!!!”   Wakiya: “To get the drugs off the streets and help all of us...
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April Prayer Requests
Good morning prayer warriors! He Is Risen! He is Risen Indeed, Alleluia! The members, volunteers, and supporters of Church on the Street are so thankful for you and your gifts of prayer. There are many prayers being lifted up this month, and you, too, are included in them. May the Lord bless you and keep you! At our April worship, a gal who came to Laundry with Love told us she hadn't been...
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March Prayer Requests
This spring weather brings hope. Not only hope for victory over potentially freezing in the night but hope for what is to come. This Lenten season brings hope too. Hope that we might find our lives transformed; housed or unhoused. It is in this season that we actively wait, reflect, and repent.  This month, we fought bad weather, we gathered together anyway, and we were reminded that we are the...
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