Redeemer Weekly: Jan. 29, 2017 — SERVANT SHOUTOUT: Eben and Kean Faherty
Good morning! Please join us this morning for service at 10:30 a.m. at 716 S Glebe. Donuts and fellowship at 10 a.m.
TODAY, we will host our newcomer lunch for all newcomers to Redeemer! These monthly lunches, immediately after the service, are a chance to meet members, elders, and make connections to the mission of Redeemer. Get details at the Connection Table.
— Men’s Brunch: Feb. 11: Mike Henry invites: “Men of Redeemer, it’s time we got together again for some encouragement and breakfast – so please mark down Sat., Feb. 11, 8.30 to 10:30 a.m. to get together at the Henrys’ home (5710 9th Road N, Arlington) for some fellowship and discussion. Suggestions for a topic to discuss are welcome, as are volunteers for help with cooking and clean-up (certainly more of a need for that last part). Reply/RSVP directly to Mike Henry at email@example.com.
— Study on “Suffering: Embracing God’s Purpose and Provision,” starting Feb. 11: Tali Kauflin will lead a study on suffering beginning Sat., Feb. 11. If you are interested in joining me in a study on “Suffering: Embracing God’s Purpose and Provision,” email me at firstname.lastname@example.org This study is open to all! We will meet at 11 a.m. on Saturdays: Feb. 11, March 4, March 25,and April 8. Books: Be Still My Soul
–Core Seminar, Feb. 24, 25: Our first core seminar of 2017 will be on Friday evening, Feb. 24, and Saturday morning, Feb. 25. This time with elders and deacons is for those interested in becoming members or hearing the vision and theology of Redeemer. Register online here.
–ReWinD Resumes: Mon., Feb. 13: The spring semester of ReWinD will begin on Monday evening, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m. at the church. We will be using “The Life of Moses” study book by She Reads Truth. The cost for the study is $30 and the semester will run through mid-May, with a couple of weeks off for Easter and spring in the middle. You can register here.
— Spring Financial Peace University (FPU): Put it on your calendars, Financial Peace University class will start in March. Graym and Sasha Kasko invite you to participate in a nine-week Bible-based course, Dave Ramsey’s “Financial Peace,” that teaches how to wisely steward your money. If you would rather take the course from the comfort of your own home, there is a need for a host to open their house up to the class. Look for additional information soon, or you can let Graym (email@example.com) know your interest.
— Women’s Art Exhibit: The Redeemer Women’s Committee invites you to a night of art and reflection on Saturday, April 1st. Join us for desserts, coffee, fellowship, and a special art gallery at 7:00pm featuring works by female members of our church. Our hope is to look back on our corporate study of Genesis and the idea of “Beginnings” in our faith through art and conversation. The gallery will feature pieces that interpret the idea of “Beginnings.” Through a casual program we will engage, individually and collectively, with the idea of our beginnings and God’s role in them.
A suggested $5 donation at the door is requested. All works will be available for purchase. April 1st- Fellowship Hall- Redeemer Church of Arlington @ AUMC, 716 S. Glebe Road, Arlington, Virginia
HANDY DANDY: Those wishing to give to Redeemer can do a one-time, or recurring, gift here. https://redeemerarlington.churchcenteronline.com/giving/donations
SERVANT SHOUTOUT, by Jackie Black: Some of my FAVORITE shoutouts are when others nominate servants. This time we have a nomination from a whole group: Bluemont Community Group wanted to shoutout to Eben and Kean Faherty!
At last week’s member’s meeting Eben and Kean were rockstar helpers in cleaning up. They stopped playing and immediately began to gather chairs. They worked consistently and were not distracted by bouncing balls, conversations, or preschool toys. Rather they faithfully brought chairs to the Bluemont group, giving sweet encouragement (“Great job!” “Wow that is a lot of chairs” “Thanks for doing that”). THANK YOU, Eben and Kean for serving and setting an example of how all ages can participate in Redeemer community
–See something? Say something! Give me a shout of who is serving: firstname.lastname@example.org.