Friday, January 15, 2016

What's Happening at ECV

Interpreting Secular Dreams
Last week, we started our new series on the story of Daniel, Singing the Lord’s Song in a Foreign Land. Listen to the first talk here. Next, we’ll explore Daniel’s response to a crisis in Babylon where no one can interpret a dream of the King. How does God’s wisdom help Daniel? How can God's wisdom help us when we encounter the ambitions and dreams of the secular world around us? Come and learn more this Sunday.
MLK Family Events
1/18 @ 10:30am
This MLK day, come to the Evans' or Rolfs’ homes to learn songs from the Civil Rights movement, hear inspiring stories, and join in a craft! 

Evans' home @ 10:30 am
530 Norton Pkwy.
RSVP to Asha.

Rolfs' home @ 10:30 am
4 Lines Rd. Woodbridge
RSVP to Ann.

If you would like to host a similar event in your home for your neighbors contact Asha for more information.

Joy!: A Night of Celebration
1/22 @ 7:30p at FSUMC
Join us at First and Summerfield on Friday, the 22nd, as we celebrate joy in light of MLK Day. When we speak of race and ethnicity, it is easy to focus on problems to be solved, not real people and cultures to be celebrated. Join us as we let God lead us into joy thorough poetry, music, scripture, liturgy, and more. 

Childcare will be provided.

Check out Agape
Sundays @ 8am at TLC
This past week we heard a bit about Agape's mission and vision from its founders during our Sunday service. Agape truly is a powerful space of encountering God and discovering boundary-breaking friendships with some of our homeless brothers and sisters across our city. If you are interested in checking out Agape or getting more deeply involved, you are welcome to visit our Sunday services for worship, conversation and breakfast Feel free to reach out to if you have more questions about this ministry.  

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