Month: July 2019
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Act II Celebrates the 4th of July at The Oaks
On July 1st, members of our Act II Ministry held a “4th of July” barbecue for the residents of The Oaks assisted living facility. All the guests brought side dishes to accompany the BBQ feast. It was a great opportunity to interact, socialize and build community. Our Act II ministry was honored to serve as gracious hosts to our Winter Park neighbors!
Health and Wholeness
The purpose of the Health and Wholeness Ministry is to promote the physical and spiritual health of our vibrant church family. Through information, resources, health screenings, classes, educational programs, and special events this ministry aims to inform our congregation and community. The activities and resources are relevant for all ages to promote wellness so we are able to answer God’s call to serve Him and lead an abundant life. Through health and wholeness, we become prepared to fulfill our purpose by worshiping, praying, reading scripture, studying the Word in community, and serving others.
Some of the activities and programs this past year have included:
- A workshop on clean cooking with the Insta-pot.
- Regularly offered presentations by health experts about topics frequently faced by adults of all ages.
- A Wednesday night series on the Daniel Plan, where participants committed to becoming healthier through food, fitness, faith, focus and healthy living activities with friends.
- Neighbor to Neighbor, which pairs members of our vibrant family to connect before and after a storm.
- Soul Collage Workshop, where each participant created collages using photos that uniquely defined each individual. The soul collage experience deepened each person’s understanding of their dreams and inner soul.
Agua Viva Serves
Center for Creative Discipleship (CFCD)
It was 3 years ago that the current CFCD team came together. It was inspired by Pastor David’s vision of a church that thrives when people get involved. The goal is to create a reproducible pathway to discipleship. This photo was taken at the final meeting for the pilot group, hosted by Rev. Jayne Rideout. Over the next several months, the team will be analyzing the data from the pilot and collaborating with the leaders to create the people, process and place components of the Center for Creative Discipleship.
Reeves Property Update
- The renovation for Building 200 is near completion. Support groups will soon move into the space, opening up the conference room in the main building for church meetings and study groups.
- Studio 150 has been approved by Leadership Council to open a dance studio at this campus. The two rooms slated for the dancers will soon be remodeled.
- The Counseling Center team continues to work through the business model creating a mission and vision statement.
- Foundry has identified their office space and is in an ongoing discussion regarding the renovation and the promised funding by the conference.
- The thrift store items are being distributed to different support organizations with the hope to be cleared out by the end of the month.
- Would you like to be a part of the planning for the TCA Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival? Contact: Denise Meyer at email@example.com
Thank you to all who stopped by to sign cards for those who are currently in the military and are associated with our congregation. ?? Our church family is proud to support those who serve our country!