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24
Sep

Everyday Kidz Volunteers: Mark Your Calendars

EDK_logo4cThere are a bunch of kids coming on Sundays! We’ve planned a mandatory meeting for Everyday Kidz Volunteers to hear how our ministry is changing to adjust to this exciting growth. This ministry isn’t possible without you, so I want to spoil you a bit with a home-cooked meal and lots of desserts. Mark your calendars for the Everyday Kidz Volunteer Fall Meeting. 

Sunday, October 12, 1:30-3:30

If you are unable to make this meeting, please contact me to schedule a time to get the information. Thanks,

Wendy

23
Sep

The Story Season 4 / Episode 18: Daniel In Exile

Wendy Bennett (please excuse audio quality issues)

22
Sep

Pray For Us: An Update From Nathan

EverydayGroupsThis week, let us pray for our Everyday Group. Groups are where we love and serve one another deeply. It’s also the place where we’re able to love and serve others. Would you please pray this prayer right now?

“Our Father please protect, grow, and empower the Everyday _________ Group. Remind us to love and pray for one another. Show us how we may serve one another and others.” 

And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching. - Hebrews 10:24-25

15
Sep

The Story Season 4 / Episode 17: The Kingdoms’ Fall

Chris Travis (please excuse the audio quality issues)

10
Sep

Mark Your Calendar: Emotionally Healthy Skills, Single’s Study

EHSkills Fall 2014Whether it’s navigating the workplace or the classroom, relationships with roommates or friends from church, Emotionally Healthy Skills are essential. This is a required course as part of our leadership development plan. Come laugh, make some friends, and learn these valuable skills. Please let us know you’ll be participating by October 8 (email me: chris@everydaycc.com).

The deadline to sign up is September 8. More info and sign up on our Calendar here: Emotionally Healthy Skills: Single’s Study