Nothing says summer more than grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, and homemade ice cream! Youth will enjoy hanging out and eating at church today, May 22, 4-6pm.
We will recognize those members of our armed forces that have since passed on into the larger life on May 29. If she doesn’t already have them, please send your loved one’s name, branch of service, and date of death to Chris in the front office by May 24.
Save the date! The battle for the Trivia Night Trophy will take place on Sunday, May 29, 6-7:30pm. This will be a multi-generational team activity with questions geared to the knowledge base of all ages, so children, youth, and the mature-aged are all needed. Expect a mix of Bible trivia, specific Nolensville church trivia, music trivia, sports trivia, and more. No dinner this time, but popcorn and popsicles are the featured snacks! Mark this one on your calendar!
Beginning June 5, there will be an additional adult Sunday School class. Nikki Ringenberg and Mary Beth Hagan will lead a Bible study on Nehemiah for six weeks. For our pre-covid friends, this is a gathering of adults who were attending the Journey class and the Fellowship class, hopefully with the addition of some newer friends as well.
We are prayerfully seeking leaders or team-leaders so that we can offer a couple of Sunday School classes for six weeks at a time starting in August. The goal is to have multiple classes so you can choose which topic you want to study. If you are interested in leading (or team-leading) a study, please contact either Nikki or Mary Beth. We look forward to gathering again and expanding the Bible study options open to all of us.
Registration has begun for much needed adult and youth volunteers to assist with VBS on July 17-21. We need to secure our volunteer commitments now so we can determine how many children we can accommodate in VBS. (Registration for children will begin in June.) If you need additional information, please contact Mr. B (David Belden) at email@example.com. Please register here.
Are you interested in being an audio tech for special events and weddings? Training will be provided. This is an excellent opportunity for youth and young adults who would like to earn some extra pocket money. Contact the front office if you are interested.
Our youth will be going on a mission trip on June 12-18. Mountain T.O.P. requires that each church group bring first aid supplies and a bucket of tools. We are asking the congregation to donate these items which can be found at www.WeLoveWhereWeLive.org/youth. The tools do not need to be brand new but in working order. Please put your name on any tools that you are letting our group "borrow." There is a labeled tote in the breezeway for donations.
We are currently looking for paid nursery caregivers. If you know someone who is interested, please have them contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The front office will be closed through May 24.
The items we are collecting in May are deodorant and Fuel Bag items. Please leave them in the GraceWorks box in the breezeway or in the basket in the foyer. Thank you!