Look to God
Love like J esus
Live in the Spirit
IN MOTION Fall 2012
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JESUS IN THE PARK
Ride of Faith Walking up to the new suspended roller coaster, Jenny thought that she could just hang out with her friends in line and wait for them after the ride. She didn’t want to be by herself for so long outside of the ride, and she thought that all of her friends who had ridden the ride before would make fun of her for chickening out. So Jenny went along with everyone else, planning to step through the coaster at the very last. When she got to the coaster, though, she didn’t have any room to scoot through because her friends had purposely blocked her in the middle. “You all are going to pay for this,” Jenny screamed, but they didn’t budge as the shoulder straps snapped in and the seats were leaned back. As the group went up the hill on their backs, Jenny tried to focus on something else, a cloud, the clinking of the chain. But halfway up she gave in and grabbed the hands of her two friends on either side and braced herself for the hill.
As the car edged over the hill Jenny clenched every muscle in her body and screamed out. When she opened her eyes, the car had flipped and she felt like she was flying. Jenny let go of her friends’ hands and put her’s out in front with a loud “woo hoo!”. At the end of the ride she couldn’t contain her laughter, and as they stepped off, Jenny asked everyone “What’s next?” The next year as Jenny’s group headed up to the park, she was the first one to encourage others who hadn’t ridden before to get on that ride. She brought three new people on the ride with her who had never ridden a roller coaster in their lives. And when it was done, they all asked the same question, “Can we do it again?” Many times for our students the toughest part of putting their faith into motion is just getting started. The thought of really serving God in worship, in study, in service, and especially in evangelism, is more daunting than the
highest roller coaster. But what we’ve seen is that when students step out and start really experiencing God in their lives, not only do they want more, but they want to bring all of their friends along with them. That’s why our goal in the ministry is not to simply teach our children and student, but to make them active participants in God’s Kingdom. This happens at church, with friends, on teams or organizations, but most importantly, it happens at home. Parents are the primary spiritual influence on their children. We want to encourage you as parents to be the friends that come along side your children and don’t let them step off the ride. We believe that as a team, we can all experience the thrill of living for God together!
Contents About Tates Creek
About TCCC Maps Upcoming Events Get Connected Youth Staff Bios
Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7
About Youth and Kids
Nursery & PreK Elementary Middle School High School
Page 8-9 Page 10-11 Page 12-13 Page 14-15
Pics, Dates, & Sign-ups
Fun Pictures Special Dates Event Sign-ups
Page 16-17 Page 18-19 Page 20
AB OUT TATE S CR EEK C H R I S T I AN GET IN TOUCH WEBSITE WWW.TATESCREEK.ORG
FACEBOOK EEKCC WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TATESCR EMAIL OFFICE@TATESCREEK.ORG PHONE 859-266 -1621 ADDRESS 3150 TATES CREEK RD. LEXINGTON, KY 40502
We exist to...
We are an...
1. Win people to Christ
independent non-denominational church with a unique community of believers representing several generations. We are a progressive conservative church. We are progressive in that we try new methods of sharing the message of God’s word, yet we are conservative in that we hold fast to the teachings of God’s Word. When you worship with us, you will find a family of God’s people saved by His precious grace and empowered through the Holy Spirit.
2. Build up believers in faith, knowledge, and service 3. Help those in need 4. Stand up for Christian values in the community
Worship Services Traditional 8:40 AM Worship Center Blended 11:10 AM Worship Center Contemporary 11:10 AM Multi-Ministry Center
Sunday School ALL AGES- 10:00 AM
How do I find Tates Creek Christian Church? Answer: Exit 19 on New Circle for Tates Creek Rd. Drive .08 miles. Church is on the right.
Where are the kids and youth areas?
Answer: Nursery and PreK- 2nd Floor Elementary- 1st Floor Middle School- 1st Floor High School- 3rd Floor College- 3rd Floor
GET CONNECTED At Tates Creek we place a high importance on each person having opportunities to deepen their relationship with Christ and others. The activities on this page identify special events or groups you might consider in order to connect with others. As a youth team, we believe that the number one influence in a child’s life are the parents and primary caregivers. With that being said we also believe it is essential that these important people are growing spiritually so that they can continue to help their children grow.
FALL OASIS WEDNESDAYS 9/12-11/14 DINNER-5:45 PM CLASSES-6:45-7:45 PM
S U N DAY S C H O O L - S U N DAY S AT 1 0 A M SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES- SUNDAYS AT 10 AM SERVANTS FOR CHRIST- 200 E FOCUS- 200 D GOOD NEWS- 300 GRACE AND TRUTH- FELLOWSHIP HALL HEAVEN BOUND- ROOM 301
S M A L L G RO U P S - S U N DAY S AT 6 : 3 0 P M NIC SKINNER (YOUNG CHILDREN)- 859-361-7250
Men’s Elective: Courageous Study Led by: Tommy Simpson God’s word calls us to be strong and courageous for the sake of our faith and our families. This walk starts first at home. Through inspiring movie clips and insightful activities, this study provides a challenging small group Bible study experience to help men of all ages prepare to leave a strong legacy of faithfulness for their children and generations to come. Book cost is $7.95. Women’s Elective: Nehemiah Led by: Zella Simpson Nehemiah’s heart was broken over the living conditions of the Jews and the broken walls of Jerusalem. His brokenness moved him to ask God to use him to rebuild the city walls. Ladies, God can do the same thing with your brokenness to accomplish much for His kingdom. Book cost is $12.95. Teaching to Change Lives Led by: Nic Skinner Make your teaching matter! Together we will study a must-read book for any teacher, leader, coach, or mentor written by Howard Hendricks. Book cost is $10.
RICK LAYNE (ELEMENTARY AGE CHILDREN)- 859-887-1694 BRIAN BOGGS (MIDDLE SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN)- 859-230-5758 MATT LEE (YOUTH AND CHILDREN)- 859-537-2634 BRAD HAGGARD (YOUNG CHILDREN)- 859-229-7839 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT NIC@TATESCREEK.ORG
WOMEN’S MINISTRY DEBORAH CIRCLE (35 AND UP)- MARTHA BUGG- 859-619-6490 RACHEL CIRCLE (45 AND UP)- MARY ANN MCMURRY-859-224-0394 SARACH CIRCLE (30-40)- JENNI GREGG- 859-273-2932
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT GINNY ELLINGTON859-223-1517
Upcoming Events Martial Arts
Free Karate Classes
When: Thursdays- 7-9 PM
When: November 17- 2 PM
When: November 4 @ 6 PM
Where: Multi-Ministry Center
Where: Multi-Ministry Center
Where: Multi-Ministry Center
Why: Learn the basics of karate for self defense
Why: Fellowship, Grow, Food
Why: TCCCâ€™s 67th anniversary
Mission: Ukraine Orphanage
Leader : Billy Bishop
Christmas at Tates Creek Christian December 9 (3:30 & 6:30 PM)
Orchestra and Choir Performance December 24 (Times to be announced)
Christmas Eve Service
Meet the Team Mike Allen- Sr. High & Contemporary Worship Minister Wife: Lauren Children: Peyton, Nolan, and Cameron Favorite Sports Teams: Indiana Hoosiers, Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Reds Hobbies: Hanging with my family, running, biking, camping, hunting, playing guitar, singing, being outside! Interesting Fact: I like all music, but have a real special place in my heart for some old school, twangy COUNTRY! Mike Says: It has been awesome to see what God has done in the High School ministry over this past month or so and I can’t wait to see what he has in store for the future!
MIKE ALLEN FAMILY
Brad Haggard- Middle School Minister Wife: Alejandra Children: SoKia and Evy Favorite Sports Teams: Kentucky Wildcats Hobbies: Playing with his girls and playing video games Interesting Fact: Brad a scar from a surgery when he was 3 weeks old Brad Says: Youth ministry is a passion for me, and I love showing Jesus to students and watching them catch the hope and love we have in Him. My prayer is that our students will become disciples for Jesus and share His love with the lost and hopeless that they meet everyday.
BRAD HAGG ARD FA MILY
Matt Lee- Children’s Minister Wife: Terah Children: Colten, Onah, Marie, and Isabella Favorite Sports Teams:Indianapolis Colts, Kentucky Wildcats, and Cincinnati Reds Hobbies: Dates with my wife, wrestling my kids, riding horses, spending time outside. Interesting Fact: Matt and Terah were voted Best Matched Couple of their Senior Class in High School. Matt Says: I love watching God connect to His children through a relationship with Christ, and am passionate about giving every child new ways to show God’s love to their neighbors.
MATT LEE FAMILY
Lesley Tipton- Preschool Director Husband: Lucas Children: Caitlan Favorite Sports Teams: Oklahoma Sooners and Kentucky Wildcats Hobbies: Spending time with friends and family, reading, playing Words with friends Interesting Fact: Once scuba dived to 140 feet in a Texas lake and Klew on her Kirst airplane at 6 weeks old Lesley Says: The preschool department is a very special place for me, as I watch the younger children start to ‘get it’ when it comes to God and Jesus, and I love being one of the people to teach them.
L E S L E Y T I P TO N FA M I LY
N URSE RY A ND P R ES CH O O L
TO KNOW: GOD IS REAL GOD LOVES THEM THE BIBLE IS GOD’S WORD GOD’S WORD IS TRUE
With “Jesus in the Park’, Preschoolers begin learning the fundamentals of worshipping God through song, Bible verses, and stories/lessons! During the months of June and July the children were brought to Creation Station, where we had
our Creation Train help us learn about God making the world in seven days. We had some great conductors and helpers! The children’s favorite was the third day, in which God made mud. Who doesn’t love mud?
BRING YOUR BIBLE LEARN THE BOOKS OF THE BIBLE THROUGH SONG IDENTIFY BIBLE CHARACTERS CONNECT WITH KIDS & TEACHERS
CONTACTING LESLEY TIPTON, PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR Phone: 859-967-3909 Email: email@example.com
Lessons this Fall September The children will learn through various Bible stories that because God made people, He loves us very much. He loves us so much that He will search for us, He helps us, and He sent His son to be our friend forever.
WEEKLY PROGRAMMING JESUS IN THE PARK-SUNDAYS, 8:40 & 11:10 AM IN CRITTERLAND
SUNDAY SCHOOL- SUNDAYS, 10:00 AM IN CRITTERLAND
WEDNESDAY NIGHT- 9/12-11/14, 6:30 PM IN CRITTERLAND
September Memory Verse “Nothing can separate us from God’s love” Romans 8:39.
October and November We will spend two months looking at the stories of David. The children will learn that God helps us do big things, and that God has a BIG story, and that we are all a part of it!
MOPS- MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS MOPS meets on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month from 9:00-10:15 AM For More Information: Check out the Mops Website at www.tatescreekmops.org or Contact Michelle Boneta firstname.lastname@example.org
December We will look at the birth of Jesus, but through fun and exciting ways! The kids will know that Jesus was sent by God to love us and be with us forever.
F E L LOW S HIP ALL PRESCHOOL FAMILIES ARE ENCOURAGED AND INVITED TO ATTEND FAMILY EVENTS FOR ELEMENTARY FAMILIES! OCTOBER 6TH- FALL FAMILY FUN- 5-9 PM AT BLUE GRASS CHRISTIAN CAMP- DRESS FOR THE WEATHER DECEMBER 9TH- CHRISTMAS CAROLING AND COCOA-6:00-7:30 PM WE WILL MAKE TREAT BAGS AND CAROL OUR WAY TO MAYFAIR MANOR
E L E ME N TA RY
TO KNOW: GOD IS LOVE GOD CREATED THEM WITH A PURPOSE BOOKS OF THE BIBLE AND CONTENT BE AWARE OF GLOBAL CHURCH
TO DO: SERVE, LOVE, CONNECT TO JESUS, AND GROW
Thanks for a great summer kids, families, and family of TCCC! From a record number of kids at Day Camp packing more than 500 meals for the people of Haiti to 49 kids going to 7-11 camp. From nearly 60 families at Impact to more than 400 people witnessing the battle between David and Goliath at Party in the Park. From more than 250 backpacks packed for our friends at Julius Marks Elementary to a great night of fellowship at Collins Bowling with families. From Flipflopped on Sunday mornings to the many volunteers that served the families at Impact and Party in the Park! All of these things were exciting to be a part of and great opportunities to be a part of the church, but none of them compare to the two biggest stories that happened this summer! The baptisms of Emma Durrum and Sarah Childers were the highlight of the summer, and I can’t wait to see where God leads these two incredible girls in their journey with Him through Jesus. Thanks for a great summer, TCCC families and welcome to the family Emma and Sarah!
CONTACTING MATT LEE, CHILDREN’S MINISTER Phone: 859-537-2634 Email: email@example.com
SEPTEMBER: Flight Plan Respect: Showing others they are important by what you say and do. Main Verse: “Show proper respect to everyone.” (1 Peter 2:17a NIrV) Week 1: Faith of the Centurion Week 2: Respect Authority Week 3: David Spares Saulʼs Life Week 4: Taming the Tongue Week 5: The Lordʼs Prayer
OCTOBER: Picture This
WEEKLY PROGRAMMING UPTOWN WORSHIP- SUNDAYS, 8:40 & 11:10 AM IN UPTOWN SUNDAY SCHOOL- SUNDAYS, 10:00 AM IN UPTOWN CHRISTMAS MUSICAL PRACTICE-WEDNESDAY NIGHTS- 9/12-11/146:30-7:15 PM TRUTH TRAVELERS- WEDNESDAY NIGHTS-9/12-11/14- 7:15-7:45 PMDISCOVER A TALENT BY CHOOSING ONE OF 4 OPTIONS: COOKING, CANDLE MAKING, ART/PAINTING, OR JEWELRY MAKING
Individuality: Discovering who are you are meant to be, so you can make a difference. Main Verse: “Donʼt let anyone look down on you because you are young. Set an example for the believers in what you say and in how you live.” (1 Timothy 4:12a NIrV) Week 1: Timothy Becomes a Believer Week 2: Paul Chooses Timothy Week 3: Paul and Timothy Work Together Week 4: Timothy as a Young Leader
G AR AG E 4 5 September 14th- Guys and Gals Night- 6-9 PM November 9-10- SuperStart in New Albany, IN Cost is: $50 per person Deadline to Register is September 30th
NOVEMBER: Jam Session Cooperation—Working together to do more than you can do alone Main Verse: “Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do.” (Ecclesiastes 4:9 NIrV) Week 1: Building the Tabernacle Week 2: Joshua Wins the Battle Week 3: Nehemiah and the Wall Week 4: Jesus Heals a Paralyzed Man
FAMILY FELLOWSHIP OCTOBER 6TH- FALL FAMILY FUN- 5-9 PM AT BLUE GRASS CHRISTIAN CAMP- DRESS FOR THE WEATHER- WAGON RIDE, BONFIRE, AND GAMES- BRING A FOOD DISH OR DESERT TO SHARE DECEMBER 9TH- CAROLING AND COOKIES-6:00-7:30 PM
DECEMBER: The Big Give
WE WILL MAKE TREAT BAGS AND CAROL OUR WAY TO MAYFAIR MANOR
Compassion—Caring enough to do something about someone elseʼs need Main Verse: “God loved the world so much that he gave his one and only Son. Anyone who believes in him will not die but will have eternal life.” (John 3:16, NIrV) Week 1: Angel Gabriel Appears to Mary Week 2: Jesus is Born Week 3: Shepherds Visit Jesus Week 4: God Showed His Love Week 5: Wise Men Visit Jesus
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TO KNOW: LOVE IN CONTEXT OF RELATIONSHIPS REDEMPTIVE STORY OF THE BIBLE KNOW JESUS’ AND PAUL’S LIFE, MINISTRY, AND TEACHING KNOW ABOUT ABRAHAM & MOSES IN CONTEXT OF REDEMPTION & CONVENANT
TO DO: SERVE, DEVELOP DEVO LIFE, SHARE JESUS, INTERPRET SCRIPTURE, LOOK CRITICALLY AT CULTURE
One of our main goals in middle school is to get students started with their own personal devotional life. This summer during our series called “Hunger Games” the students were challenged to read through the book of Revelation during the series. For many middle school students, the thought of working through that book of the Bible is scary, but I was surprised at just how quickly many of our students picked up the challenge. In order to remind them I would send out a daily email and text message with that day’s reading and a trivia question to check their reading. I was really surprised to hear back from half of the group the first day, even students who were new! Not only that, but if I didn’t
send out the reminders quickly enough, I would get emails and texts from the students letting me know they had already read the chapter and were waiting for the question. Talk about accountability! But even more than that, many of the questions I posed to them forced them to think and make connections across the Bible. I thought that many of them would be difficult for our students, but they were thinking through all of the symbolism in Revelation. It also shows that parents were taking the challenge on with their students, and that is something to really celebrate about our middle school ministry!
CONTACTING Brad Haggard, Middle School Minister Phone: 859-229-7839 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SPECIAL EVENTS September 28: Lock-In 8:00 PM--Bring a snack and a nerf gun
WORSHIP- SUNDAYS, 8:40 & 11:10 AM WITH FAMILY AMPLIFY- SUNDAYS, 10:00 AM IN MIDDLE SCHOOL ROOM SMALL GROUPS- WEDNESDAYS, 6:45 PM IN MIDDLE SCHOOL ROOM
October 7: Merge meal packing--6:00 PM-- Bring at least $10 October 27: Halloween Hayride--2:00 PM-- Bring a snack November 16-18: International Conference on Missions--5:30 PM-- $30 plus meal money
We will take a look at how social media has changed the way we look at making friends and what goes into choosing good friends both in real life and online.
Abraham’s faith pressed through a number of disappointments and confusions, and we will be encouraged to press on in our lives with the same faith Abraham had.
Jesus’ life and ministry changed the world, but sometimes we don’t delve into those three years to see how His teachings challenge each of us.
Our technology driven culture has changed the way we look at things, and it’s even changed our expectations for church and family. We will look at how to follow Jesus in a simple way leading up to Christmas.
I am super excited to kick off our Fall programming schedule and see what God has in store! I have been TO KNOW: very encouraged by the relationships OF GY OLO I’ve built so far with our high school THE END DEF KNOW AND , NCY RRA students. INE ON, ATI BIBLICAL INSPIR The high point of the summer N BAPTISM, & COMMUNIO for me was spending my very Kirst week here as High School Minister in HISTORY OF CHURCH IN ACTS Panama City, Florida with our students TS GIF for C.I.Y. Move Conference. What UAL RIT SPI PERSONAL better way to get to know a group of S PLE NCI PRI IAL high school students than to spend a ANC FIN AL LIC BIB week laughing, praying, worshipping, crying, and enjoying the beach with TO DO: them! I am so glad I had the opportunity to get to know our Y, SERVE IN CHURCH & COMMUNIT students so quickly. Several other EXPLAIN & APPLY BIBLICAL Lexington churches went to the same PASSAGES, IDENTIFY SPIRITUAL conference we did and it was kind of TO GIFTS, APPLY LOVE, MINISTER funny to meet the other area youth RING ministers. They would ask how long I EACH OTHER, AND ACTIVELY SHA had been at Tates Creek and I got to YOUR FAITH.
answer with “Today is actually my Kirst day!”. That one got a lot of laughs. And then it got even more laughs when I told them I was serious, LOL! C.I.Y. was really awesome this year. I saw lots of life change taking place in our students. We were challenged to trust God, accept his forgiveness, forgive those around us (we even experienced a very powerful time to offer forgiveness to those in our own group!), and to be active in God’s Kingdom. We even had three students who committed their lives to full time ministry! C.I.Y. was a great springboard for me to get to know our students personally and jump right into the high school ministry here at Tates Creek Christian. I am so excited to build on relationships that were begun there and also to continue to build new ones!
CONTACTING Mike Allen, High School Minister Phone: 859-229-7839 Email: email@example.com
Sunday School-‐Sunday at 10-‐11 a.m. in Youth Room COLLIDE-‐Sunday nights at 6:30-‐8:00 in MMC/Youth Room
September 9th-‐26th Ask anyone who's ever run into a sliding glass door that was closed, or went for the same baseball as a teammate, or experienced a fender bender at a stoplight-‐a collision changes things. Whether it's a bump on the head or a cracked bumper, something is not the same as it was before. The same thing happens when we collide with God or His truth or even other people. We're changed. But unless we put ourselves in a position to collide, everything will stay the same. So are you ready to change, are you ready to collide?
October 21st-‐November 7th We all like to receive letters. These days they come primarily in an e-‐mail but in Biblical times, letters were handwritten. The apostle Paul wrote a lot of letters, many of which are included in the Bible. His letters were intended to help the early church sort out what it meant to really follow Jesus. But the Galatians may not have been too excited to get Paul's letter because Paul was mad. The Galatian church was a mess. People were saying that what Jesus did on the cross wasn't enough. They were looking around and determining who was in with God, and who was out. So Paul set out to bring some clarity to the situation in the passionate, sound way that only He could. And while this may seem like a great look back in history, we probably have more in common with the Galatians than we would care to admit.
September 3: Kings Island Trip November 16-18: Fall Retreat
September 30th-‐October 17th Think about the last time you heard the word "blessed." What came to mind? For many of us-‐-‐and many of our students-‐-‐the word blessed conjures up images of the coolest clothes, the newest gadgets and a worry-‐free life. But when we look at what God has to say about being blessed, we realize that we probably have things pretty mixed up. Because if being blessed is more about our relationships-‐-‐and what we do with them-‐-‐than the stuff we have, we may have some reevaluating to do in order to redeKine what it means to be blessed and realize that we might just be more blessed than we originally thought.
November 11th&14th We often overlook people that we don’t think are that interesting, that cool or that much like us. Sometimes it is someone we see every day at school and sometimes it is someone we only see once a year. But when we take the time to stop and listen, we are reminded of how powerful someone’s story can be. We see that our preconceived notions and judgments weren’t just wrong, they were harmful. And not just to the person we have left out. To us as well. Because when we judge and label, we miss out. But when we sit and open our ears to the deep message of someone else’s life, we open ourselves up to seeing what God has done and learning something new about them and about ourselves.
November 25th-‐December 12th This Christmas, probably more than any other in recent years, we are hoping that life will get better. We are hoping that life will look differently next year, even if we're not sure how. We realize that no one person or institution holds a solution, but we're expecting something different, even if we're not sure how that is going to work out. That's why many of the words we use around Christmas time-‐-‐words like hope, peace and love-‐-‐have a new depth of meaning this year. We're waiting to have hope, peace and love in our lives, in our communities, in our world. Even if we're not sure how it will all work out. And just like thousands of years ago, Jesus is the one who came to bring hope, peace and love to our lives then . . . and now. Jesus taught us how to Kind hope, bring peace and initiate love even when our circumstances are less than ideal.
EVENTS, DETAILS, and DEADLINES CUT OFF THIS PAGE and POST IT IN YOUR HOME WHERE YOU WILL SEE IT OFTEN! Families (Birth-5thGrade) Fall Family Fun
Date & Location
Deadline to Register/Sign-up
of Event October 6th- 5-9 PM- Blue Grass Christian Camp
Bring a dish or desert to share
Cookies and Caroling
December 9th- 6-7:30 PMTCCC & Mayfair Manor
Bring cookies or brownies for treat bags
Date & Location
Deadline to Register/Sign-up
of Event Guys and Gals Night
September 14th-6-9 PMLocations to be determined
November 9 & 10- Depart on 9th at 5 PM; Return on 10th at 6 PM; New Albany, IN
Bring $10; Boys need flashlight, old clothes, comfy shoes, towel
$50, plus spending/food money
Date & Location
Deadline to Register/Sign-up
of Event Lock-In
September 28- 8PM -TCCC
Bring snack and nerf gun
Registration Not Required
Merge Meal Packing
October 7-6 PM- TCCC
Bring at least $10
Registration Not Required
October 27-2 PM- Nevius Farm
Bring a snack
Registration Not Required
International Conference on Missions
November 16-18-5:30 PMIndianapolis, IN
$30 plus meal money
Date & Location
Deadline to Register/Sign-up
of Event Kingâ€™s Island
November 16-18- Salem, IN
FALL Sign-ups FAMILY EVENTS FALL FAMILY FUN @ BGCC Christmas Cookies and Caroling
GARAGE 45 Guys and Gals Night SuperStart with $25 deposit
Middle School Lockin Merge Meal Packing Halloween Hayride International Conference on Missions
High School Kingâ€™s Island Fall Retreat
Please list students names or number of family members planning to attend on the line. Return this form to one of the youth staff team or main office no later than September 15th. Deposits and final amounts are due on determined deadlines.
Published on Sep 10, 2012