Thursday, September 24, 2015

What's Happening at ECV

There is Something More...
On Sunday, Josh shared the hope that our broken world can be healed. And, in Jesus, we experience that this is true: the world is being healed. But, as good as this news is, it isn’t the end of the story. We innately have the sense that there is yet something more for which we long and toward which we are oriented. What is this “something more”? When and where does it find fulfillment? This Sunday, Matt shares the hope for the sake of which we were created—the future that calls us forward—as we wrap up “The Big Story.”
Back to Sprouts Night
9/27 6-7p @ FSUMC

Parents, stay after church
to worship and pray for
our kids and their schools
while the kids play, eat
dinner, and watch a movie
downstairs. Let's ask God
to continue His good work
in our kids, their friends,
their schools, and our greater
community. It's our hope that
this will be an evening of
refreshment, nourishment
and hope for families, not
a burden! Parents and
caregivers, we would love
for you to join us. RSVP to
Asha by Wednesday, September 23.
East Rock Picnic
Saturday, 9/26 at 12p

ECV is continuing the New Haven Neighborhood Challenge by exploring District 7 - a combination of the East Rock and Newhallville neighborhoods. To Kick off our time in the neighborhood, ECV will have a picnic in East Rock park this Saturday. Bring your lunch and your friends and come enjoy the start of fall with us. We will meet on the corner of Orange and Cold Spring at 12p. email Laura with questions.
ECV 101
Downstairs after church on 10/4

Want to learn more about the Elm City Vineyard Church and where God is taking us? ECV 101 is perfect for you.
ECV 101 is an opportunity to hear more about the Elm City Vineyard’s vision, story, and leadership. 
We also want to hear more about what brought you to ECV, to share ways to get connected, and to give you opportunities to serve what God is doing at ECV.
Delicious and homemade dinner will be provided so please RSVP to Laura and include any dietary restrictions you might have.

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