Posts from the ‘Events’ Category

28
Oct

Leadership Community – Nov 7

LeadershipCommunityCoaches, Leaders, and Assistant Leaders at Everyday Church:

Remember, our next Leadership Community is Saturday, Nov 7, 10a-12p, at the church office (5030 Broadway Unit 630, New York, NY 10034 map)

 

 

30
Sep

We’re turning 5!

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Everyday Church is turning 5! We’re going to celebrate what God has done through us and dream about the future. We’ll laugh and pray and hear from a variety of Everyday people. There might even be cake! We want to invite everyone who’s ever been a part of Everyday to join us for this special day. Be sure to reach out to friends, current and former Everyday participants, and spread the word!

See you Sunday, October 18th at 11am at 4862 Broadway.

24
Sep

Medieval Festival Diaper Changing Station

Medieval Festival 2011-5Every year at the Medieval Festival that meets in Ft. Tryon Park, there are loads of mommas with babies that have some diapers that need to be changed. That’s why the Mom’s Refreshment group sponsors a Diaper Changing Station! This year the festival is on Sunday, October 4th. We’re looking for ladies who would be willing to borrow one of the lovely medieval costumes provided by the festival and give an hour of your afternoon to help some mommas out. You will get to host with somebody else too, which means some talking with another adult! So let Wendy know if you are interested in an hour shift. We will do 1 o’clock, 2, 3, 4, and 5 o’clock shifts.

Email wendy@everydaycc.com.

18
Sep

Apple Picking – Oct 10th

What: Join others at Everyday Church picking fresh apples of all kinds. Laugh, make friends, enjoy apple cider donuts, hotdogs, and dance to corny music. Bring your kids, friends, family and neighbors!
When: Oct 10th, 9a-5p
Where: Maskers Orchard (here).
Transportation: We are not providing transportation, but your Everyday Group may be arranging it’s own, so reach out to your leader.

10
Sep

Reasonable Faith Meeting: This Sunday

Reasonable Faith“The Nature of Faith, Belief and Evidence.”

Do we have enough evidence to believe in Christianity? Is evidence really necessary ? If so, what kind of evidence counts ? Did evidence matter to anyone in the New Testament? We hope you bring your thinking caps and look forward to seeing you then!

When: Sept. 23rd, 2p

Where: 5030 Broadway Suite 630