Led by the Jollys and Nunnerys.
This outing is for 2018-2019 youth group kids, middle and high schoolers (entering 6th-12th grade this school year).
We'll head up to Typhoon Falls water park in Pflugerville after church. Pickup will be at Metz at 8pm.
More details, including event logistics, to be communicated via email closer to.
We'll meet after church on this Sunday. Splashpad + grilling, so bring swimsuits and towels and sunscreen if you want to get wet!
We encourage members to attend.
Potluck theme: Summer BBQ. Salina will handle the grilling - please bring sides and desserts!
Continuing our efforts to help Houstonians clean up after Hurricane Harvey, we've partnered with a fellow EFCA congregation in Houston to help support cleanup efforts. David Atkins is leading this trip and looking for 4-5 people to come help.
Safety equipment will be provided on site in Houston.
Contact David Atkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more info/to sign up.
Join Salina in their 4rd annual Trunk or Treat event at Metz Recreation Center! We'll partner with Metz to put on their Halloween Carvinal (and Haunted House), and gather in the parking lot with decorated cars (and people!) to pass out dinner, candy, and bibles to neighborhood trick-or-treaters. Great chance to meet neighbors! Contact Jon (email@example.com) for more info, and to sign up to help.
A Bible study for women hosted by Kerin Hurley, going through the book of Hebrews with curriculum by Jen Wilkin. Discussions on Sunday mornings.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in participating in the study. If you can't make the discussions, but still want to do the study on your own, that's okay.
Workbooks available for those registered.
The study and Sunday morning discussions will continue for 11 weeks (until November 12).
We're going to see a double-feature of the Guardians of the Galaxy movies! The new Guardians of the Galaxy movie debuts May 5, and this is a special advance showing.
RSVPs are already coordinated with Cat and Brian Nunnery, so let them know any questions.
Parents will need to drop off/pick up their kids at the theater.
Note: 1109 Shady Lane, Unit B
Is there any grand unifying theme to the Bible that connects all the dots? What else is in that giant book and how can I put it all together?
Progress of Redemption is a 30,000 foot overview of how God has redeemed his people. In the past this has been a 12 week commitment, but we are condensing it into a one day 4-6 hour seminar.
Lunch and snacks provided.