Small Groups are coming! Registration begins next Sun., Jan. 5, for our Tri1 2014 small groups. There’s no better way to connect to the Restoration community than by joining one of these 12-week small groups. With over 30 groups be meeting throughout the week and across the area, there’s sure to be one that’s right for you. Watch the website (restorationarlington.org) for more info and to register. Questions? Contact Liz: go to restorationarlington.org/contact and choose “Small groups.”
Thanks for your generosity. We are grateful for the generous way give of your financial resources to support the work God is doing in and through Restoration. If you’d like to make a year-end gift to the church, please keep in mind that this is the last Sunday to do so. If you’d like to contribute online through CCB, those transactions must be completed by Dec. 31, and any checks must be postmarked no later than Dec. 31 as well. If you have questions, contact Kat: go to restorationarlington.org/contact and choose “Giving.”
Register today for the Women’s Retreat: Registration is open for the Women’s Retreat, Feb. 21–23, 2014, at the Capital Retreat Center in Waynesboro, PA. Our own Connally Gilliam will be leading us, and we hope all women at Restoration will come. To register, go to restorationarlington.org/ministries/retreats. Questions? Contact Liz: Go to restorationarlington.org/contact and choose “Women’s Retreat.”
Man Up. On Tues., Jan. 14, at 7:30 pm, Restoration men will have the opportunity to “train themselves for godliness.” We’re gathering once a month in the Little Falls sanctuary to talk about our character and to connect with potential mentors. This month’s topic: courage. Questions? Go to restorationarlington.org/contact and choose “Connect.”
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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.