Vineyard Central Gatherings Team Meeting – The Gatherings Team will meet this Wednesday evening (May 26th) at 7 in the church. If you’d like to be involved in the monthly Sunday services, we are always in need of willing hands. (and brains.) The next gathering is coming up on June 6 – please consider lending a hand. And sign up for the potluck!
Join the Healing Center with their Hunger Walk on Monday, May 31! Your participation will earn food credits for the Healing Center; every dollar raised provides four healthy meals for families in need. Get more info at healingcentercincinnati.com/hungerwalk/
For the past few months Vineyard USA has been coordinating a thoughtful, practical response to the catastrophe in Haiti. On May 25 a large shipping container will be sent to Haiti with materials for reconstruction work. If you want to be part of a team that travels to Haiti to participate in the construction phase of this project, there are still opportunities. Below you will find a listing of the types of skilled labor that would be helpful.
June 28 – July 16: Concrete Finishers, Concrete Laborers, Equipment Operators, Electricians, Plumbers and general labor.
July 19 – Aug. 20: Carpenters, Electricians, Plumbers and general labor.
Aug. 23 – Sept.15: Carpenters, Electricians, Plumbers, Tile Setters, Painters, and general labor.
For detailed information on how to sign up as an individual or as a team please visit the Mercy Response website.
The following is a message from Mary Ellen Mitchell:
It seems like a great time to put the newly re decorated children’s room to more use. My thought is some kind of “play and pray” activity for the 0-5 crowd, that would be kind of like library story time meets sunday school. After talking with some other parents, I’ve also sensed a need for more structured time for kids to share faith together in VC, so I thought this might be an easy start.
We’ll try every 2nd and 4th Tuesday, starting June 8th
11:30 -12:00 (packed) lunch together
12:00-12:30 Story time/ Activity
12:30-1 Open play
I would be willing to put together the first couple of stories/ activities and then maybe different parents could take turns. It wouldn’t have to be anything big, just a story, maybe a bible verse, a song and/or a prayer.