|Join us for four nights of Crievewood Serves in July! The mission of Crievewood Serves is to create a space for inter-generational service outside our own walls. All ages and abilities are welcome.|
For those who would like to join us for a meal, dinner will be provided at 5:30 p.m. each of the four evenings of July 10, 17, 24, 31. To help us plan, reservations are requested. If you know you are coming for dinner, please contact Leigh Ann Cate at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At 6:15 p.m. each Wednesday we will team up and head out into the community for service projects, then regroup at the church at 7:30 p.m. for a wrap-up. We will work on the following projects as well as inside projects in the Fellowship Hall for anyone not wishing to leave the church campus.
July 10-Serving at the home of Dave and Sue Bean
July 17-Serving at Crieve Hall Elementary
July 24-Serving at Norman Binkley Elementary
July 31-Serving by bagging green beans via a St Andrews Green Bean Drop in our parking lot!
We are looking forward to serving together as a church family!
In conjunction with Crievewood Serves in July, we will be collecting items for local organizations. If you would like to contribute to our projects, Project Transformation, Open Table Nashville, and Raise the Roof Academy, please place donations in Leigh Ann Cate’s office. These items are needed.
Project Transformation Snack Bags
*To check out PT’s wish list, visit their website at the link at the bottom of the newsletter.
Open Table Nashville Summer Needs
Gallons of Water
Open Table Nashville Welcome Home Kits
13-gallon trash can & trash bags
Basic cleaning supplies – like Clorox wipes and toilet cleanser
Shower curtain with rings
Coffee pot & filters
Manual can opener & cooking utensils (spatula, spoon, etc.)
Oven mitts & dish towels
4-pack of toilet paper
Towel, hand towel, washcloth
Full-sized sheets, blanket, & pillow
Pot & pan, or microwave-safe cooking bowl
4-person place setting of plates, bowls, silverware, & glasses
Raise the Roof Gift a Gallon Bags
Shopping List Basics:
1 Toothbrush with case
2 Travel-size toothpastes (put in small storage bag)
1 Bar of soap
1 Nail clipper
1 Pack of crayons
1 Small coloring book or notebook
2 Pencils & sharpener
1 T-shirt or dress
Dark colored socks
Ideas for fun extra items:
Flashlight with batteries
Bracelet or necklace
Hard plastic bottle
Hard candies (put in small storage bag)
July 28th – Aug. 3rd
A week packed full of fun and fellowship where we welcome in our upcoming 7th graders and say goodbye to our graduates. Contact Rev. Chelsey Hedglin for more info.
Farmin’ in the Hall starts back on May 2nd with great local produce, live music, fun for the kids, and food trucks. Join us every Thursday night in the church parking lot from 4:30pm-7:00pm. Strollers and pets welcome! Follow them on Facebook for the latest updates and a list of this week’s vendors. https://www.facebook.com/farmininthehall/
Wednesday, March 1st, 2017, 6:30pm
Please join us for a fun night full of local talent. We have a great lineup including: Mel Deal, Abby and Glenn Burke, Caleb Dinger, Lindsey Moore, Aaron Rodgers, Luna Devika, Grant Collier, Carol Overton, Will Ferrell, and Ashley Sofia.
Light Refreshments will be provided.