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> MOVIE NIGHTS for WAREHOUSE STUDENTS / July 12
We may not be having a summer movie series on Sundays, but that isn’t stopping Warehouse Students from carrying on the tradition. For the first 4 Sundays in July, we’ll look at 4 different movies and explore what Biblical truth can be found in Hollywood. The movies are: Hugo, Rango, Inception, and The Avengers. We’ll be screening the first 3 movies here at Warehouse the Thursday prior to each Sunday, with a tentative trip to the theaters for The Avengers.
Thursdays @ Warehouse, 7-9:30pm, in the Blue Room:
June 28: Hugo
July 5: Rango
July 12: Inception
Snacks, popcorn and a movie! What more could you want on a summer night? These will be great events for students to invite their friends. Parents are welcome to stay and watch as well.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
> FAMILY PROMISE / July 15-22
The numbers are staggering: more than 4,000 homeless children are enrolled in public schools in Charlotte. When Warehouse 242 learned of this crisis, we refused to remain on the sidelines. And when we looked for a great strategic partner, we found Family Promise—a collaboration of local churches who provide weeklong housing for four homeless families at a time.
Here’s how it works: Warehouse will welcome four families to stay overnight at our building from Sunday, July 15 through the 22nd. Each morning, Family Promise will transport the children and families from Warehouse to the Family Promise Day Center so that parents can pursue debt reduction, job placement, and apply for permanent housing; and kids will get connected to engaging summer camps and programs. Warehouse has seen firsthand that the Family Promise model is a proven and effective way to move at-risk families from instability to dependable housing. And it’s all done through building strong and meaningful relationships with the families.
> Volunteer opportunities:
• Serve as a weekly host, spending each night at the Warehouse building, and eating each night with the families. >> 10 slots available (pre-service orientation required)
• Move in families on Sunday afternoon > perfect for small groups and those new to Warehouse. >> 10 slots available
• Load moving truck and Reset Warehouse first-thing Sunday morning > perfect for small groups and those ready to arrive early. >> 6 slots available
• Move families to the next host church > perfect for small group members and committed Warehouse volunteers. >> 4 slots available
• Provide meals and/or snacks for the families during the week > a perfect slot for those who love to prepare and share food. >> 12 slots available
For more information, email email@example.com
> EN ROUTE / Our Gathering of Women / July 18
En Route is a time for women of our community to come together for social connection and spiritual formation. Any woman is welcome, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey. These evenings are designed for both long-time Warehouse attenders, and for women new to Warehouse to meet new people, and build relationships with others in our community.
This month Dr. Kelly Boyce, professor of counseling at Gordon-Conwell and long-time Participating Member at Warehouse, will be teaching and leading us in a conversation about the connection between knowing God and knowing ourselves.
Doors open at 6:45 PM with coffee and dessert in the coffee room. Event begins at 7:15 PM.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
**Unfortunately, we are unable to provide childcare this month, but be sure it will be available at future events.
> CONVERSATIONS ABOUT MARRIAGE / August 7, 14, 21
What is a “good” marriage? And, how do I get one?
Is romance the most important part of a successful marriage?
Does marriage mean til death do us part, or is it merely for as long as my needs are being met?
Few of us are ever taught how to be married. Two people with their own sets of beliefs, values, family histories, and opinions agree to live life together, but how does that happen in ways that are beautiful and life-giving?
In Conversations About Marriage, we’ll talk about how to live well, to live fully, within the context of marriage. Whether you’re married now, will be married soon, or are single and want to begin thinking about what marriage would mean for you, this class will address some of your biggest questions about one of life’s key relationships.
> 3 week series – Tuesdays, August 7th, 14th, and 21st
> 7:00-8:30pm at Warehouse
> $30 per couple, $15 per individual
> Taught by Palmer Trice of The Barnabas Center
> Childcare is available
> Register here
Questions? Email email@example.com
> LIVEBIRDS Update: We Are Expanding!
Read our latest blog update to learn more:
If you would like to see how your talents fit with the LiveBirds team, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> THIS IS HOW WE GROW
Are you new at Warehouse 242, or do you simply want to know how to get more involved? If so, we’d love to help you learn who Warehouse is, how Small Groups work, and how to plug in through meaningful Service.
Here’s how you can dive in:
“They devoted themselves to the apostle’s teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.”
> WE ARE A COMMUNITY THAT PRAYS
When here on Sunday, you’ll find people who would love to pray for you in the prayer room after each service. Or, you can fill out a prayer card and drop it in one of the yellow boxes. But during the week, you can still reach someone for prayer. Just email our prayer team at email@example.com
> STUDIO / THIRD TUESDAYS
Artists. Meeting. Creating. Arguing. Working.
We meet on the third Tuesday for our monthly time together. Bring your thoughts, your ideas, and something to work on as we gather and talk art. From 7-9 p.m. at the Caribou Coffee on East Blvd.
> PROJECT 345/365
An entire year of ways to interact with the Bible. How will you join in the challenge in 2012?
In 2011, we took the challenge to read the New Testament together with Project 345. Many of you participated in the daily Bible reading plan that walked you through each book of the New Testament in only 3 minutes and 45 seconds a day. We’ve heard lots of good stories about people diving into the Bible for the first time through Project 345. If you finished the Plan successfully, way to go! If you’re ready for a do-over, there’s no better time than now to dive back in.
We know this style of Bible reading doesn’t work for everyone, and that’s okay. For those of you who really benefit from a daily, customized plan, we encourage you to check out the other terrific resources available at YouVersion.com. If you’re ready to tackle the Old Testament, or if you’d rather try a different reading plan, YouVersion is an awesome resource.
Regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey, nothing serves us like reading the Bible. The people in our community who are growing spiritually are the ones who are interacting regularly with Scripture. The new year is a great time to start anew.
Go ahead, ask us anything: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Warehouse LIVE
Take It Further/Resources/Links/Music
We’re expanding the Sunday experience digitally! We invite you to dive in both during and after Sunday’s event. Most weeks you’ll find features like these:
> Exact scripture references and reminders.
> Space to take notes or save thoughts.
> Links to videos or other media used.
> Social networking links [like Facebook and Twitter]
> Prayer request links.
> Listing of all the music and media we used, in case you want to look for it elsewhere. (to work with the “what was the name of that song? oh, and who sings it?”)
> Links to the Take It Further writing done by the TIF team.
Check out this new web resource at warehouse242.org/live, or go directly to youversion.com