Let us welcome the newly baptized: Today we celebrate the baptisms of Haven Ditzel (daughter of Ken Ditzel & Jamie Hagerbaumer) and Charlie Murff (son of Michael & Birgit Murff). Congratulations! Please pray for Haven and Charlie as they grow in their faith and love for Jesus.
It’s not too late to join a small group. Small groups are where community happens. Registration is only open for one more week, so go to the website to sign up today.
Register for the Fall Retreat: Registration deadline is Oct. 6! Go to the website today to register for a great weekend with the whole Restoration family: Oct. 19-20 at Massanetta Springs. Want a little extra retreat time? There’s an optional Friday night stay. Questions? Contact Brad: email@example.com.
Become a conversation partner: Restoration folks get to build relationships with our neighbors at Fe y Alabanza Church through a flexible weekly time of teaching English through conversation. Interested? Contact Susie Wallin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intercessory Prayer Conference: Want to learn more about praying for others? Our diocese is offering an Intercessory Prayer Conference on Sat., Oct. 10 at All Saints’ Church in Woodbridge. For more info and to register, go to anglicandoma.org and look under “Media & Events.”
New to Restoration Dinner: New around here? Want to meet other newcomers and learn more about Restoration? Join us for dinner on Tues., Oct. 1, at 7:30 pm at Little Falls. If you’d like to become a member of Restoration, this dinner is a requirement. To RSVP, go to restorationarlington.org/contact. Childcare available.
Parish Meeting: Next Sunday, Sept. 29, plan to stay after the service for important updates on the life of Restoration. If Restoration is your church home, this is your family meeting.
Bridging the youth gap: There’s great stuff happening at APEX. Now we want to think about connecting with local youth who aren’t part of our church. Clay’s building a team to do just that. Interested? go to restorationarlington.org/contact and choose “Youth Ministry.”
Prayer at 4. Come to the Treehouse (2nd floor) each Sunday from 4–4:30 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.
Do you get our weekly e-newsletter? If not, you’re missing out on the best way to stay connected to what’s happening at Restoration. Drop an email to email@example.com to subscribe.
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.