Annual Meeting of the BMA of Missouri

October 28, 2017 • 9:00 a.m.
Camp Garwood
Garwood, Missouri

All churches of the BMA of Missouri are encouraged to send your messengers and any other member who would like to come to Camp Garwood for our annual meeting in October. What an opportunity to see how God has blessed our work and to hear the reports of how He is blessing our efforts in Missouri.

Thanks to Bro. Chris Polk and his “crew” for inviting this meeting and for making preparations to welcome all who come. You can read about what to expect in Bro. Polk’s article here. Let’s have a record crowd at this meeting!!

Please Note: Article III section 3 states: any church not identifying with this Association either by messenger or letter
for three consecutive years shall be considered as having terminated her membership in this Association. Letter forms are
in the center of the 2016 Minutes and can be obtained by contacting our clerk, Bro. Don Burke

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