Announcements, 5.18.11

*REMINDERS* There will be no Vespers on Sunday, but if you're looking for a chance to share a meal and learn more about opportunities to serve City Church and the Richmond community...

Mercy and Justice Roundtables -- THIS SUNDAY Are you interested in partnering with others in our City who find themselves in vulnerable situations and often feel marginalized? Come to our upcoming Mercy and Justice Roundtables on Sunday, May 22nd from 5:45 to 7:00 after church in the basement of Beth Ahabah. We'll eat a meal together while providing you with some updates on our relief efforts, development work, and broader justice initiatives, providing information about how you might be involved. Need more information? Contact Blake Stack at blakestack [at] yahoo.com.

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Message from Jake and Simon Peter Please visit the link below to watch a beautiful video update from Living Hope Education Center, City Church’s partner school in Uganda, with photos by City Church member Jake Lyell and words from Simon Peter Amolo, the center’s director.

Video: http://www.citychurchrva.com/site/2011/05/message-from-living-hope-uganda/

Items left at the Crawfords' There we a few items left at the Crawfords' after Sunday's picnic: a pink sippy cup with a purple top; a metal bowl with serving spoon; and a blue lawn chair. If these items belong to you, please contact Val (val [at] citychurchrva.com).

Faith and the Arts Discussion and Prayer, 6/1 On Wednesday, June 1st, there will be a vision discussion and prayer time for anyone interested in pursuing the intersection between Faith and the Arts. Artists, art-lovers, and those interested in the subject are invited to meet at the Nixes (4419 Monument Ave) at 7:30 for an evening of discussion and prayer. Please contact Val (val [at] citychurchrva.com) if you plan to attend or if you have any questions.

East End Fellowship Songwriting Internship East End Fellowship is accepting applications for a Worship Music & Songwriting for the Urban Context Internship Program. They will be taking 4 interns and training them in theology, historical worship, and African American music by the decades within its historical context, so that they can be equipped to write theologically informed congregational worship music for the urban context. This is a paid internship and will run from June 28 to August 5. For more information, visit the link below:

Internship info: http://www.eastendfellowship.org/worship-music-and-songwriting-summer-internship/2011/05/10/