The Skinny: July 2, 2017

Headlines & Sunday Announcements

GET YOUR TICKET TO CREATIVE MORNINGS

Friday, July 7, 8:30am at Warehouse

We love that we are now the home venue for Creative Mornings Charlotte, a gathering of creatives of all types in our awesome city. Each month they meet in our arena on the first Friday for food, coffee, great music, and a featured speaker. This month the theme is equality. Jump online right at 9am Monday the 3rd to snag your FREE ticket. They go fast!

Warehouse Men’s Retreat / SAVE THE DATE

October 20-22 in Montreat

The Warehouse Men are heading back to beautiful Montreat this Fall. There will be feats of strength, hiking, brewery tours, and all manner of manly-type stuff to do. And there will be some great opportunities to connect with other guys in the community. Matt Bradner is the guest speaker this year, so you won’t want to miss it. Registration will officially open in August, but go ahead and mark your calendars!


Stuff You Should Know

ASHLEY PARK / GEP PROGRAM UPDATE

Check out our most recent update about Ashley Park PreK-8.

As a part of our mission to cultivate missional followers of Jesus, we are committed to investing in West Charlotte and in key partnerships around the world, and your participation is more important than ever.

Here are some ways you can get involved:
> Link your Harris Teeter VIC Card to Ashley Park PreK-8 School
Join the care team whose job it is to encourage and support the faculty and staff at Ashley Park
Mentor a student in reading. Our goal is to increase from 4 to 15 mentors by the end of February!
>Donate items for the Ashley Park Greater Enrichment Program. Drop them off next week in the barrels at Kids Check-In and in the arena.
> Contribute funds towards the Ashley Park first ever field trip! You can give online (choose West Charlotte in the drop down menu) or drop a check in the offering basket with Ashley Park in the memo. For more info, email Kelly Brunk.
Learn about how you can invest in and support our Dominican, Zimbabwean, and Rwandan neighbors

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