Events for December 2022

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Here are the Church Announcements for the 3rd week of September!

YOUTH:

Canoe Trip: HS/College youth this Sunday, Sept 25.  The plan on Sunday morning is for everyone to meet at the Church at 7:59am and then leave at 8:01!!

 

YOUTH Treasure Class

MONDAYS – Locally in Nashville, the youth will be meeting at the Weigh Down Connection Café.  This is going to be so fun!  Bring your own dinner & laptop…the class video starts at 7pm & the  Online Chat for Youth Worldwide at 8pm Central!

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ANGEL’S ARMOIRE THIS SUNDAY:

Please come and enjoy fellowship while you help organize our beautiful consignment store!

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OCTOBER 14TH-16TH:

Feast of Tabernacles. Out of Towners, WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU! Let us know you are coming by registering at store.weighdown.com There is a dropdown under the word “EVENTS.”

WEIGHDOWN CLASSES:

It is not too late to get in a LOCAL or ONLINE WeighDown class. These classes are offered to WeighDown All Access subscribers at no additional charge. You can see a current list of classes available once you log in to Weigh Down All Access. Check under “My Class Listings.”

REMNANT NEWS:

God is raising up the humble! Check out latest articles on RFNEWS…
Tanner Jenkins was recently honored by the magazine “Ratchet and Wrench” as the 2016 All-Star Technician. Read more.
Remnant Youth: Two of our Remnant youth, Andrew Fischer & Rosie Gunger, recently received national recognition for work they did during their senior year at Brentwood High on the school’s news team. The team was nominated for Best Newscast by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Read more.
Stacey Garcia: The Williamson County Convention and Visitors Bureau (WCCVB) has added Stacey Garcia to its staff as Director of Finance and Administration. Read more.

NEW TO TOWN:
Patricia Counsel – relocated here from North Carolina
Stacy Yarbrough and her son, Asher, have relocated here from California.
Samantha White, daughter of Carolyn White, relocating here from Michigan.

 

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