Sunday School Help Still Needed
Thanks to all who are signed up to serve on our 2016/2017 Sunday School rotation! We only have TWO spots left to fill.
One is in the Preschool Gospel Project Class for the Oct/Jan/April/July rotation.
The other is 4th Grade Table Leader in the Older Gospel Project Class for the Nov/Feb/May/Aug rotation.
*If you can help with one of these, please contact Krista Aricayos or Marlys Clark ASAP.
Men’s Breakfast this Saturday!
This Saturday at 8am we will get together as men to share a meal, pray together, and discuss the importance of being men that take initiative, serve those around us and continue in those efforts even when we fail.
We look forward to this time, and how to see a lot of men there! It is great to discuss these things, and even more so, to get to be with other brothers in Christ! Hope to see you there!
A Walk in Their Shoes
Sunday September 24th from 1:00-3:30 at Centennial Village Museum, 1475 A. Street, Greeley, CO 80631
A Walk In Their Shoes is a refugee simulation event intended to show participants the lived reality of refugees.This event brings awareness to the circumstances faced by refugees, answers questions people may have, and serves as a learning tool that participants can take back into their home community.
Tickets and registration can be found at www.greeleygram.rallybound.org
Tickets are $25.00 for adults; $15 for students, including UNC.
T-shirts and appetizers are included in the price.
Help raise $20,000 to help refugees right here in our own community.
Evans Heritage Days
The City of Evans is pleased to announce our inaugural Evans Heritage Day. This family-friendly, community-wide event is slated for September 16, 2017.
Borrowing successful elements from our long-standing predecessor event, Evansfest, the day will begin with a pancake breakfast and a parade. Bands, food truck competition, competitive activities, games and demonstrations will engage attendees at City Park throughout the day. Evans Heritage Day will prove to be a blockbuster gathering of fun for the whole family.
With significant infrastructure projects underway, including; a new waste water treatment plant, reconstructing Riverside Park and many roadway improvements, the chosen theme for the 2017 Evans Heritage Day is “Under Construction”.
The day begins with a 7 – 9:30 am $2 pancake breakfast at City Park, followed by:
10 am Parade
11 am – 4 pm Activities
- Petting Zoo – including a Zebra!
- Horse Carousel Rides
- Big Wheel Races
- Car Show
- Ropes Course
- Meltdown – obstacle course
- Carnival Games
- Fire Hose Relay
- Food Trucks and Food Truck Competition with a secret ingredient ($1,000 in prize money)
- Vendor booths – NOW AT CAPACITY
- Food Drive for the Weld County Food Bank
- Band Main Stage
- Kids games, and much more!
Mark your calendar for September 16 and don’t miss this fun-filled, family day in Evans!
RADS Community Group Kick Off
The RADS community group will kick off with a potluck on Tuesday, September 19th @ 6:30pm at the Grove’s home. The RADS meet on Tuesday nights.
This fall we will be exploring heaven with Billy Graham through “The Heaven Answer Book”. New and used books are available on Amazon. Join the RADS and learn more about our eternity with Christ. Contact Jim Linclau at 970-214-5954.
Begin with friendship! This six-week course will help you learn how to befriend the Muslims in your neighborhood, workplace, and community. No prior knowledge of Islam or Muslims is needed. You will be equipped to better understand Muslims as people and make genuine friendships with them and share our greatest gift of love with them – Jesus Christ! Register for a workbook @ fellowshipgreeley.org / Cost is $15 per workbook.
International Student Friendship Families
Interested in befriending international students in Greeley?New UNC students from 16 nations have applied to meet and befriend American families.This does NOT involve lodging students, but rather getting together informally as friends about once a month or as they are able.Students vary from one-semester exchange undergrads to 5-year doctoral candidates. For more information on being a Friendship Partner or Family, contact Dave Shelley of International Students, Inc, at (970)515-8691 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perspectives Class – Spring 2018
Ryan Visser made and announcement last Sunday on the Perspectives class coming up in the spring. This is an amazing opportunity to gain the perspectives on the world that you may not naturally have. As was mentioned on Sunday, childcare is absolutely free no matter how many children you have, so you parents can do this together at the couple rate, which should be about $22/week for about 15 or so weeks. These are the cheapest date nights you may ever have, and maybe the most intentional and beneficial. For an overview of what Perspectives is you can go to perspectives.org. Here is some of the information for the class offered in Greeley, and more information will be announced as we get closer to the spring:
Perspectives on the World Christian Movement
Time: Tuesdays, 6-9pm, for 15 weeks starting January 16, 2018
Location: Cornerstone Community Church; 1321 9th Avenue, Greeley, CO 80631
Cost: Full price $250 per person
Early bird- register and pay in full by 11/15/17, $40 discount
2nd early bird- register and pay in full by 12/15/17, $25 discount
Family member- 2nd family member in same household, $50 discount
Book discount- $30 discount if you already have or are sharing a book
Global Refugee Job Opportunities
Full Time Director of Advocacy and Programs for Global Refugee Center/Right to Read. Salary $40-44K per year. Interviews late June, early July with start date August 1st. See full job description and application instructions at www.grccolorado.org/employment
Part time Little Learners Coordinator for Global Refugee Center/Right to Read. See full job description and application instructions at www.grccolorado.org/employment
. 20 hours per week/$10.00 per hour. Applications taken until July 7th, start date early August.
Summitview Branding Design Team
If you have a knack for design, we need your help! We would like to get a group of designers/artists together to come up with some new design ideas for our Summitview logo as well as look at our current color palette that we are using. We may not change anything in the end, but we thought now is as good a time as ever to evaluate some of those things and more forward with something new if need be.
If you have any interest in being a part of this team, which would not be a long term commitment, then please contact Cale Rogers
for more information.
If you have been serving in the Children’s Ministry for longer than two years you will need to fill out these forms and give them to Marlys Clark as soon as you are able. We are now processing background checks through a different company that should provide us with a little bit more information than we were able to access before. Please fill out the forms below if you haven’t had a background check in awhile of if you would like to serve in the Children’s Ministry. Thanks!
Children’s Ministry Application Form | SVCC Consent Form
Sunday School Registration
We would like to implement a new registration program for our kids who are involved in children’s ministry. We feel we can serve our kids better as we know more about them (food allergies, medical issues, parent contact info, etc).
If you have a child in children’s ministry, please fill out the attached form and give to either Isaia/Krista Aricayos or Caleb/Marlys Clark. You are welcome to drop them off at the sign-up table in the coffee bar, we will have extra copies available there as well. Please fill out one per child. Thanks for helping us serve your kids more effectively!