Stained glass window at McWilliams
Inside McWilliams church
Exterior of McWilliams Church
An aerial view of McWilliams in the winter after the crops have been harvested.
The sun shining through the stained glass windows during worship.
Osage on a cloudy day
On Good Friday, we nail our burdens to the cross. It’s very powerful.
The two churches have a joint vacation bible school during the summer. Here’s a classroom we had one year.
Another vacation bible school classroom in the basement of Osage church.
A vacation bible school classroom in the fellowship hall.
Traditional treats for the Sunday School Picnic.
A living nativity scene from the annual Christmas Eve pageant starring the Sunday school children.
The Christmas Eve pageant
Our float in the Otoe County Fair
The pie table at the annual ice cream social
Our congregations support our youth to be raised in Christ from baptism through Confirmation and beyond.
Here’s a before picture of the Good Friday cross. After the congregation takes its burdens to the cross and leaves them there, literally nailing them to the cross, the church board disposes of them without reading them.
The Lord make His face shine upon you…
An aerial view of Osage church, including the church, fellowship hall, parsonage, and cemetery, surrounded by farmland.
Children playing games at the Fall Festival.
Cookies and candy prepared for the Fall Festival (also known as the Sunday School Picnic.)
Caramel apples for the Fall Festival
An Easter tradition. The cross is empty during Lent. On Easter morning, we adorn it with fresh flowers, a symbol that Christ lives.