City Church Announcments, 9.9.09

*NEW* Children's Worship Beginning this Sunday we will be holding weekly children's worship downstairs for kids ages 3 to 1st grade. Children's worship will begin after the greeting time. Nursery care for ages 0 to 4 will still take place for the duration of the service.

*UPDATES*

Maymont Backpack Delivery, 9/4 We'll be delivering the bags at 1:45 p.m. this Friday. We'd love to have a handful of people come with us and help hand out the bags. Email Blake at blakestack [at] yahoo.com if you're interested!

*REMINDERS*

Loaves & Fishes, 9/20 We will be meeting at the Conrad Center (1400 Oliver Hill Way) on Sunday, September 20th from 11am to 2pm to prepare and serve a meal to the hungry. All are welcome and it's a great day of fellowship and service. To sign up, please email Kira at kmdisse [at] gmail.com

Dinner Discussion, 10/2 Ann Douglas Enghauser is hosting a dinner discussion evening at her home in the West End on Friday, October 2nd at 7:00pm.  Food will be provided, but please come with a topic or a question to discuss (it does not have to be church or even religion based so feel free to be creative!) - the whole table will have one conversation so that all can participate.  Space is limited to 10 so please email Ann Douglas at memento.ade [at] gmail.com to save a spot!

Sunday Conversation, 9/13 Beginning this Sunday, September 13th City Church will offer Sunday Conversation from 2:45-3:30 PM, downstairs at the church. Sunday Conversation will be a discussion on how our faith makes a difference in real, everyday life. This fall the Sunday Conversation will focus on Eric Jacobsen’s book, Sidewalks in the Kingdom, which describes why and how Christians should live in the city. It will be facilitated by Philip Worthington (pmw6n [at] alumni.virginia.edu), Mary Clarke Bourgeois (Bourgeois.MC [at] gmail.com), and Jeremy Pryor (pryor16 [at] gmail.com). If you have any questions, please contact one of the facilitators or Erik (erik [at] citychurchrva.com).

Have a great week!

Val --

Valerie Catrow Administrator City Church of Richmond