Big Plans

Jillian and I are big believers in Jesus and how He’s moving in the life of our church, August Gate. This Sunday (tomorrow), is just one evidence of His work.

Since the planting of AG in August 2009, the church has grown from 12 to about 150-200 in attendance on any given Sunday. We moved into our new (old) building in November of 2011 and since then, our space has hit capacity. Tomorrow we will be moving to two services (9AM and 11AM) to accommodate for more folks to hear the Gospel.

Along with God moving in St. Louis, He has stirred in the hearts of believers in the metro-east as well. Tomorrow marks the beginning of our weekly launch-team meetings to begin vision casting and planning for our new Illinois gathering in 2012.

I want to ask that you all be praying for our church and that we would be able to reach the lost in St. Louis and Illinois. After all, that’s the reason the church exists (to spread the Gospel to our neighbors everywhere.)

If you live in the metro-east, and would like to check it out and hear the vision for the church, here’s the deets:

Sunday nights @ 5PM
at the Metro East Baptist Association building
(4950 Old Collinsville Road, Swansea, IL)

Or if you have any questions, feel free to hit me up:

Or if you want to join us for morning worship in St. Louis at one of our new service times, here you go:

(2601 Minnesota Avenue St. Louis, MO)

Thanks for praying and I love y’all.

– OP


About owenpye

Owen Pye began playing in 2005, with just a guitar and a plan: To share music with willing listeners. As cliche as that may seem, it’s exactly what he’s doing. Pye was getting a lot of exposure on myspace, with his boastful 20,000 fans and thorough independently booked tour schedule in his early years supporting his debut album “If That’s Cool With You.” To date, Owen Pye has shared the stage with some of the best up and coming artists including Deas Vail (Mono VS. Stereo) Dr. Manhattan (Vagrant) and New London Fire (Eyeball.) He has independently booked over 250 shows in the United States. In 2008 he teamed up with some friends to form a consistent full-band line-up known as “Owen Pye & The Sunday School Band.” With the help of producer and engineer Andrew Osenga (Caedmon’s Call, The Normals) they released their self-titled record to the masses in late 2009. During the summer of 2010, Pye began his solo project with Blackroom Records. When asked about the upcoming project, Owen Pye responded, “This is very, very exciting and I am SO pumped to work with these folks for the next year in support of the record.” To learn more about Owen Pye, pickup a CD, download an MP3 or come out to a show near you.
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