The Mighty Power of God: a study in Ephesians
We’re now in Ordinary Time, the time in the Church calendar in which we count the weeks until Advent and we learn to live the life of discipleship necessary between Pentecost and the return of Jesus Christ.
Join us as we continue our series on Paul’s letter to the Ephesians called The Mighty Power of God.
Creation Care Camp! Wild Wonder
Thanks to everyone who is volunteering, and thanks to all the kids who have been coming out to learn about the wildly wonderful world and worship the God who made it all!
RSVP here! You don’t have to attend every Wednesday to attend some Wednesdays.
The last week will be Wednesday. August 4 from 9 am to 12 noon we will hold Creation Care Camp on the church grounds. Children currently 4-years old through those preparing to enter 6th grade are invited. A four-year cycle of curriculum, the theme of this first year is Wild Wonder, taken from Psalm 104.24 (MSG)
“What a wildly wonderful world, God!
You made it all, with Wisdom at your side,
made earth overflow with your wonderful creations.”
“The purpose of Creation Care Camp is to invite children to delight in God as creator, redeemer, and sustainer of all things by immersing them in the wonders of the created world. Through daily devotions, nature study, and play, children will learn that all of God’s works are good and that they themselves are beloved creations.”
Kids will need to bring 1) a water bottle, 2) sturdy, comfortable shoes, and 3) have sunscreen and bug repellent applied before being sent to camp.
Want to hear the songs your kids are learning at camp? Check them out here:
The Color of Compromise Reading Group
In order to accommodate as many people’s schedules as possible, they will meet on alternating Wednesdays (August 4, 18, etc.).
Copies of the book are available in the library. Don’t let cost prohibit your participation — reach out to Pastor Scott if you need a copy of the book but can’t afford it. Contact Deborah Renfroe, Jamie Hadady, or Mike Hadady with questions.