Important Church Meeting Today: During the service today, there will be a brief but important meeting for all Restoration members. We will vote to approve financing for the new building.
The Restoration Fall Retreat: It’s coming. Mark your calendars for Oct. 19-20, when we’ll return to Massanetta Springs for two great days of fun and fellowship in the Virginia mountains. Registration starts next Sunday! Interested in helping with the retreat? Email Brad Nelson: email@example.com.
The AFAC Farmers Market Challenge: Last week, our APEXers collected and bagged 1835 pounds of produce for distribution to Arlington’s hungry—they’re the LEADING TEAM so far this summer! Want to beat that? Email Melody at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. (Kids 6 and over are welcome with a parent or adult.)
A conversation on leadership: On Wed., Aug. 7, the Trinity Forum hosts Restoration member Ray Blunt for a talk on the role of leadership in the American abolition movement. The event is from 6:30–8:30 pm at the National Press Club. Tickets and info at www.ttf.org/events.
Interested in Asia Minor? We’re beginning a semi-regular prayer meeting for Asia Minor and the Silk Road (the countries from Turkey to China). Join us on Tues., Aug. 13, at 7:30 pm at the Grays’: 4318 39th St. N., Arlington 22207. Questions? Contact Liz: go to restorationarlington.org/contact and choose “Prayer.”
Are you a teacher? As you’re gearing up for another school year, come meet other teachers at Restoration. Thurs., Aug. 29, at 7:30 pm at the Grays’: 4318 39th St. N., Arlington 22207. All are welcome—we’ll brainstorm, pray, and laugh. Questions? Contact Liz: go to restorationarlington.org/contact and choose “Prayer.”
Baptisms: Interested in baptism for yourself or your child? The next baptism dates are Sept. 22 and Nov. 3. If you’d like to sign up or have questions, contact Erin: go to restorationarlington.org/contact and choose “Baptism.”
Prayer at 4. Come to the Treehouse (2nd floor) each Sunday from 4–4:40 pm to pray. We pray for our worship service, for each other, for whatever’s going on in the world that we care about. These meetings are lively, varied, and lots of fun. All are welcome—including kids.
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Can we pray for you? Every Sunday, there are teams of trained prayer ministers at the front of the sanctuary who would love to pray for you. Nothing’s too big or too small to be prayed for. Just make your way to the front after the service.