Volume 16 Issue 3 March 2014 Address Service Requested
We are happy to send you The Rising Son, but if you would rather not receive it, please get in touch with us and we will remove you from our mailing list. The Rising Son is published monthly by Sonrise Baptist Church, 3550 South 4400 West, WVC, UT 84120 801-966-1242 www.SonriseBC.org Sonrise@SonriseBC.org Sr. Pastor Troy Bassham Associate Pastor Chris Thompson Secretary Joanna Ballew Deadline for copy for the April newsletter is Monday, March 17.
Games and Chili Cook-off "How blessed are the people who experience these things! How blessed are the people whose God is the Lord!"- Psalm 144:15 "Spin the spinner and call the shot, Twister ties you up in a knot"- Twister theme song It may not have been the coldest evening this winter, but it sure was a great night for chili. I didn't attend this event last year but I heard so many good things about it, I felt like I had to come and experience it for myself. Eating chili and playing games at the same time? It sounds like madness! I can't honestly say that it wasn't but it was the best kind of madness.
Kielbasa Spinach Soup Combine 32 oz. chicken broth, 1 pkg. (10 oz.) frozen chopped spinach, and 1/2 lb. smoked kielbasa or Polish Sausage, halved and sliced, in a large saucepan. Bring to a boil. Add 1 can (15 oz.) cannellini or white kidney beans, rinsed and drained, and 2/3 cup uncooked elbow macaroni. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 7-9 minutes or until macaroni is tender. Stir in eight drops hot pepper sauce. Yield: four servings
I defy you not to have been hungry for chili if you entered the sanctuary Sunday night. The aromas of numerous chilies bounced off our heads and entered our noses. Pastor Troy, perhaps sensing the frenzy that was about to happen, quickly said grace and we were unleashed on the Crock Pots. Not just the chili, but the side dishes called out to us. We heard and answered the call. We ate Fritos, Bob's sweet cornbread and many bowls of chili. There was shredded cheese and sour cream to top the chili. I don’t envy the judges who had to decide which chili was the best. My answer: the one I was currently eating. I must have sampled five different ones. As my stomach rumbled in digestive distress I still looked longingly at the ones I hadn't tried. A special shout-out to the ones with pork and the really hot one at the end. The judges awarded Mitchell Gravenmier with the hottest chili. The best chili prize went to John and Laura Collings. We sat with our stomachs full yet still wondering if we could fit in just one more bowl when the announcement came that game time was beginning. Could we move? Yes we could. (Continued inside)
Kielbasa Spinach Soup recipe from Simple & Delicious, October/November 2012 issue. All recipes in The Rising Son are tested by the Editor and deemed “newsletter worthy.”
The Judges: John, Chris, Ryan
“ May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” Romans 15;13
Directory Changes and Additions
(Chili Cook-Off continued) Groups split in all directions to grab a game and get playing. There were two solid games of Apples to Apples. Some younger kids got 'Uncle' Kevin to spin the Twister wheel. A group started playing a game called Spouseology. I was assured that the winner did not get a new spouse. There was a drawing game called Telestrations. The Haile’s were playing a game so complicated that it could only be called Labyrinth. There was a table that was engaged in Mind Games with Pastor Chris. I think I lost that one. John made me promise not to print the game he suggested so I am not going to. The most popular game of the night was called Spot One. I only have a vague idea about the rules but I'm pretty sure I didn’t see Holly Thompson slap Ryan Moore.
Join us in our coordinated effort to read through God’s Word in 120 Days. The Challenge ends on Easter Sunday. We have full Bible, New Testament, Gospels/Acts/Romans, and Old Testament reading plans available. Let’s make time in God’s Word a priority in 2014. It’s never too late to start!
New directories coming soon! A friendly reminder… Please do not use the Sonrise directory for the purpose of solicitation or give out phone numbers to those outside of the church without permission. Sonrise Baptist Church occasionally uses photos of people and groups on the church website. If you object to the use of your photo (or photos of your minor children), please inform the church office.
All too soon the evening came to an end. Board games were replaced with the vacuum up the Frito piece game. Eating chili was replaced with the cleaning of the Crock Pots. We drove home for the game of 'find the antacids'. We slept well with full bellies, tired muscles, and only the occasional nightmare about Mitchell's ghost chilies.
A Spanish church, Iglesia Bautista Sonrise meets in our sanctuary at 1:30 p.m. on Sundays. Contact their pastor, Gerardo Rivera at 801-6716011 for more information.
If you like chili or games or both, come join us next year. You won't be sorry. But before I go, one more thing… "UNO!" ~ Charles Earle
A new Sunday School quarter
begins March 2. See elsewhere in the newsletter for details on the adult classes offered. Not currently attending Sunday School? This would be a great time to start!
Congratulations to… Zane Kanirie who was baptized in February.
On-going Ministries: Youth Groups
Sonrise Youth exists for the purpose of instilling four qualities in each student’s life. C4: 1) Christ-like 2) Committed 3) Competent 4) Continuous. Through these we hope to build youth who will live out our common mandate as believers to “Love God, Love people.” Sonrise youth group meets on Sundays at 7:00 p.m.
The focus of Sonrise Kids Club is on biblical learning and Bible memorization. There are also stories and games. This is for children age four through sixth grade and runs on Wednesdays from 7:00—8:30 p.m. Suggested dues of $1.00 per week.
Men’s Bible Study
Wednesdays, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. All men are welcome.
Women’s Bible Studies
Wednesdays, 9:15 – 11:15 a.m. and 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. The morning group begins Ken Ham’s, “Foundations” on March 12 (cost $5.00). The evening group begins Sandra Glahn’s, “Java with the Judges” on March 12 (cost $10.00). Childcare is provided for both studies.
We have sermon-based small groups that meet during the week. Contact any of the leaders if you are interested in participating in a life group. Sundays at church, 7 p.m. Sundays at church Jr. and Sr. High, 7 p.m. Thursdays at Matt and Michelle Ririe’s, 7:00 p.m.
Have you been to our website recently? Once there, you can listen to Pastor Troy’s sermons if you couldn’t be here on a Sunday morning, view photos from Sonrise events, and even give online. Check out our website for these and a whole lot more. www.sonrisebc.org. Visit often to see what’s new.
JOY (Just Older Youth) will meet on Wednesday, March 5 at 11:30 a.m. to carpool to the Leonardo to see The Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit. It is $20.00 per ticket. Contact Susan Kenyon for additional information
You can now give online. You can make one-time gifts, or set up recurring donations. You can pay for Bible studies, events, and make donations for the RAY Team. You can review your giving history and you will receive an email confirmation of your gift. You can give by debit or check card, VISA or MasterCard. This is a safe and secure way of making your donations. Now when you are away from church, if you have Internet access, you will still be able to send in your tithes and offerings.
The Burden on His Back. For the wages of sin is death . . .
Daylight Saving Time is here! Turn your clocks AHEAD one hour when you go to bed on Saturday, March 8.
DVDs of the sermon are now available to check out from the library. Also, we have a YouTube channel that has the latest sermons from each week. There will be other videos relating to Sonrise. Check it out at http:// www.youtube.com/user/ SonriseBaptistChurch
toon strip version that I bought at Lifeway. Nevertheless, I am again impacted by the awareness the protagonist had of his own sin. It was his knowledge of his sin that led the character, Christian, to salvation. Without an understanding of our guilt before a Holy God can we really appreciate our need for God’s mercy?
If you listen to Christian radio you’re going to hear a lot said about God’s love. It’s appropriate. God is love. We know this from 1 John 4:8 and other portions of Scripture. Unfortunately we often have remedial or incorrect understanding of what true love is. We are often guilty of focusing completely on God’s goodness and mercy and love to the neglect of His other attributes. Sometimes this is a direct response to a previous faith experience that seemed legalistic, judgmental and devoid of Christian charity. Certainly, there has been much error in this regard in both the past and the present. However, swinging the pendulum too far the other direction isn’t a cure-all for the lack of grace by some. Rather, it is just invitation to another sort of error. . . All of this to say that I think we’ve forgotten how bad sin really is.
Become a part of a Life Group! If you would like to participate in a Life Group, get in touch with one of the leaders. Sundays at church (Hinkle’s leading), 7 p.m. Sundays at church Jr. & Sr. High, 7 p.m. Thursdays at Matt and Michelle Ririe’s, 7 p.m.
Too often we think of sin as something that God casually wipes aside, like it was no big deal. We laugh about it, make excuses for it, and tempt ourselves with it. If we really think of our own character shortcomings we label them as mistakes or genetic deficiencies. Surely we are not real sinners—not like mass murderers or child rapists. Unfortunately, our ability to dismiss our own guilt as inconsequential is a real problem. It shows we do not understand either sin or the greatness of God’s love. I have been reading through Pilgrim’s Progress with my two boys. OK full disclaimer, not the full version of Pilgrim’s Progress but the abridged car-
Make no mistake, sin is an ugly, horrible thing. It is an affront to a Holy God. It destroys families, wrecks lives, and continues to corrupt this already broken world and the people who live in it. We often think we can control sin, or make accommodations for small transgressions. This shows a great deal of audacity and ignorance on our behalf—it shows that we forget not only the offense that sin is to God but also the pervasive and destructive nature of sin. To think we can live a healthy spiritual life while clinging to sin is to believe that we can safely lick a petri dish of tuberculosis simply because we have a gym membership. Sin will distort our thinking and corrupt our souls. Any willful sin will eat away at our very moral fiber creating a hardness of heart. Over time we will be tempted to change our thoughts of God so that we do not have to face our guilt and the consequences of our actions. Sin kills. Surely you have watched the news or read the paper and cried out at injustice and evil at work in the world today. That is sin. And it is our sin as well. When we are willing to make allowances for our own evil that is the world we create. But Pastor, you say, my sin doesn’t compare to those things. I’m a good person. Maybe. By your own standards. I’m sure Hitler’s mom thought he was a good boy. I’m always amazed that when a criminal is shot in the process of committing an armed robbery, the response of the family is usually I don’t understand why they shot him. He was such a good boy. Nevertheless, even if we grant that there are those who perpetrate far worst acts on society, keep in mind that sin creates a sport of spiritual lycanthrope consuming the host and turning the man into a monster. It is only through God’s grace that sin is prevented from running its full course and that we have not all turned into the monsters it would make us. (Continued on next page)
Missionaries of the Month Tooele Christian Fellowship
(From the Sr. Pastor, continued) And yet we play with sin and fail to take it seriously. There are many among us who no longer want to talk about things like sin and judgment. Some would say that no one should ever be made to feel shame or the weight of their own guilt. But, you see, it is in view of our sin that the truth of God’s love has profound meaning. While we were still sinners Christ died for us. He died to take our penalty, our guilt, our shame so that we could be restored to God. He then takes His newly adopted children and conforms them into His own Holy image. That’s love. But I don’t think we’ll understand it unless we understand how great our past offense is and how excessive the penalty we have been pardoned from. And I pray that we will learn to hate sin just as much as our Father who saved us. ~ Pastor Troy
Secret Sisters and those participating in the GAP (Generations Anointed in Prayer) Ministry: are you praying daily for our prayer partner? Don’t forget to leave notes of encouragement for your prayer partner, as well as leaving prayer requests for the person who has your name. Check the coat closet for items with your name on it.
The Fellowship Ministry Team is looking for people to join their “Cleaning Team!” They are responsible for cleaning the fellowship room, kitchen, coffee area, and handicap and women’s restrooms. The more people helping, the less often everyone has to clean. This is open to men, women, couples, and families. See Janice Gravenmier if you have questions, and sign up in the foyer.
Kids Club Spirit Day March 26: Green Day and Store
Under the leadership of their bi-vocational pastor, Dan Butcher, the mission church in Tooele, UT has had some good growth. But when churches are doing well, Satan loves to disrupt things. That happened in the Tooele mission church. They had three board members who provided leadership along with the pastor. One board member left last summer for personal reasons. Another had a disagreement on about when church discipline should be used and left the church. Our son, David, was the third board member and his job moved him to the Denver area. So, the church now lacks leaders to work with the pastor. Pray that God will supply the leaders needed to help the church grow either from within the congregation or from new members that are qualified. There is a good spirit among those who are left, so pray that the church will continue to reach new people in the Tooele Valley.
We are now signing up volunteers to staff Children’s Church for 2014. Two adults and two youth helpers are needed each month, and we ask that you serve for a month. Sign up in the foyer and contact Morgan Stalliviere if you have any questions.
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Good News Jail and Prison Ministry 11th
Anniversary Fundraising Banquet, Thursday, April 3rd, 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the Sheraton City Centre. An offering will be received during the program to help raise the funds needed to continue providing life-changing ministry to the men and women incarcerated here. Call 801-743-5237 for more information.
Dave Ramsey Wednesday, May 14, 7:00 p.m. at Abravanel Hall
solid theology. That means we are to change. But I don’t like change. I am still driving the same car I bought 23 years ago. Can I still resist change around the church building though? What does the Bible have to say about that.
Chili Cook-off and Game Night
First things first, I am not Pastor Chris. But we had the following exchange earlier this week. Note to purists, this conversation didn't really happen like this: Me: Hey, Pastor Chris. It seems like some of your recent notes have been specifically directed at me. Pastor Chris: It wasn't specific. Me: Oh. Pastor Chris: Would you like to write my column this month? Me: Sure, why not. So here I am. I thought I would really get him. I thought I would print the verse in Ezekiel about 'not breathing your brother's oxygen' or God's command to Moses, "Thou shall not drive a blue car." But it turns out that those verses don’t even appear in the Bible. I'm sure that the Bible has something to teach us about resisting change. But what exactly does it say? I Corinthians 5:17 “So then, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; what is old has passed away – look, what is new has come!” So what does this mean? When we get saved we are to become a new creation? I get that. But once I am saved, I don’t have to change anymore, right? What does God have to say about that? I Corinthians 3:2 “I fed you milk, not solid food, for you were not yet ready. In fact, you are still not ready.” Okay I get this one. I have kids. When they were small, all that their little bodies could digest was milk. When their bodies developed, they could handle solid food. In fact, if I turn my back during dinner they are likely to steal my steak. So being a Christian is like that. We get 'milk' when we are new Christians and then as we mature we get more
Haggai 1:4 “Is it right for you to live in richly paneled houses while my temple is in ruins?” Maybe my house doesn’t have panels but the meaning of this passage is pretty clear. Our keeping of God's house is a reflection of how important He is in our lives. Would all of the changes be a way of improving the grounds and showing others how serious we take God? But how can we know? Romans 12:2 “Do not be conformed to this present world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may test and approve what is the will of God – what is good and well-pleasing and perfect.” So, if we are transformed by the Spirit of God, that is how we can test and approve what God's will is. All right, I guess I can accept some changes. I can also accept that I should help make those changes. But I am still going to look for some of those verses. They are probably next to the prophecy that warns against Windows 7. ~ Not Pastor Chris (Really, not Pastor Chris)
Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again. How is it one careless match can start a forest fire, but it takes a whole box to start a campfire? Who was the first person to look at a cow and say, “I think I’ll squeeze these dangly things and drink whatever comes out?”
Sundays 7:00 p.m.
Pictures! We need pictures! We are looking for pictures to update those in the hall. If you have current pictures from Sonrise events, please contact Michelle Ririe. Photographers! We need photographers! We are looking for people to take candid shots of the life of Sonrise. Do you take pictures at church events on put them on Facebook? We want them too! Do you take pictures at church events and email them to friends? We want those too! Interested...contact Pastor Chris. Valentine's Day Children Care This is Robby Earle and I will be telling you about the Valentine’s Day children care. The whole point of the Valentine's Day Children care was that parents could drop off their kids to spend the evening with each other. When the Bassham’s came in, we told them that the Spanish church was doing something. Matthew came over and yelled at Garret, "STOP TALKING!" much louder than Garret was talking. First of all, Garret and Matthew had this Olympic Wrestling game that turned into the poking game. Then Isabella and Daniel, wearing their pajamas, came into the room with their mom and dad. Daniel was wearing Spider-man pajamas and Isabella was wearing sporty soccer pajamas. The pizza was from Little Caesar’s and it was greasy but good! We also had Doritos and Capri Sun. Garret was climbing the fake kitchen; Matthew was climbing the shelves, while Isabella, Daniel, Katie, and I were chatting in the corner. Finally they started the movie which was Monsters University. We all had the best night of our lives.
Jr. and Sr. High Life Groups Sonrise Youth exists for the purpose of instilling four qualities in each student’s life. Christ-like Committed Competent Continuous Through these we hope to build youth who will live out our common mandate as believers to “Love God, Love people.” WHAT: We’re going without food to understand what millions face every day, and raising money to do something about it. Just $35 can help feed and care for a child for a month through World Vision! WHY: We refuse to sit around while an estimated 9,500 kids die every day from hunger-related causes. This is our moment. Together, we can make a lasting difference for children whose suffering breaks God’s heart. HOW YOU CAN HELP: 1. Pray. Ask God to work in and through our students. 2. Volunteer. Join us for an amazing Famine weekend! 3. Give. Write a check made out to World Vision and give it to the contact person below, or visit our online fundraising page at: http://30hf.worldvision.org/goto/ SonriseYouthUtah OUR FAMINE DATES: March 28th & 29th OUR GOAL: To raise as much as we can to help feed and care for kids CONTACT: Pastor Chris
Could you use some strong backs? Need help with shoveling snow? Cleaning out your closets? Learning how to use your cell phone? Rent-A-Youth is here to help!
Our college age life group meets on Sundays, 4:306:00 p.m. at the Colson’s. This is for high school graduates-age 25. The group is going through the TrueU DVD series. Contact Pastor Chris or Holly for more information.
Birthdays 1st 5th 8th 11th 19th 22nd 24th 25th 26th
J.W. Yearsley Tom Huhn Paul Hofman Benjamin Widerburg Nadew Haile Caleigh Best Karen Calderon Morgan Stalliviere Kimberly Bennett Annette Downing, April Oliver, Jessica Wickham
Anniversaries 3rd 12th 13th 17th
18th 22nd 25th
Daniel and Morgan Stalliviere Bill and Stacie Copsey Danny and Courtnie Widerburg Richard and Linda Beckman Kay and Judy Burrows Terry and Debbie Cline Greg and Gail Rose Michael and Janice Gravenmier Ron and Susan Geerdes John and Nanette Ririe
If we are missing your birthday or anniversary, please contact the church office.
Wednesday Morning Women’s Bible Study “Foundations” by Ken Ham Led by Michelle Edwards 9:15 – 11:15 a.m. beginning March 12 This is a six week DVD and book study. Cost is $5.00. Please sign up if you are interested in attending this study so materials can be ordered. Childcare will be provided. Is your faith built upon the “rock” of God’s Word, or the “sand” of man’s opinion? The Foundations DVD series reflects Ken Ham’s lifework in affirming the authority of God’s Word. The Foundations curriculum combines DVD outlines, notes, book quotes, online articles, and group discussion question to challenge and equip you to stand on the Word of God and defend it with confidence and boldness! This Participant Workbook will guide you through the 12 DVD sessions, and help you recognize today’s attacks on the Word of God, beginning in Genesis. You will be alerted to the true cause of the crumbling of our culture’s moral foundations, as well as the compromise in the church today. You will be equipped with answers to questions such as, Why should we trust the Bible? Are the creation days in Genesis literal days? Where did the “races” come from? Can we add millions of years to the Bible? Does science confirm the Bible’s history? How can we evangelize effectively in today’s culture? Wednesday Evening Women’s Bible Study “Java with the Judges” by Sandra Glahn Led by Lori Bassham 7:00-8:30 p.m. beginning March 12 This is a six week book study. Cost is $10.00. Please sign up if you are interested in attending this study so materials can be ordered. Childcare will be provided. "Everyone did what was right in his own eyes." Sound familiar? In the history of the nation of Israel, the period of the judges was a lot like today. They had the me-centered "I" problem mastered--just like we do. As a result, they kept getting themselves oppressed by other nations. Then God would raise up judges to deliver them. This study is chockfull of exciting drama--from Ehud the Knifer to Samson the Seduced to Deborah the Leader. Their stories--whether by negative or positive example--can inspire us to do what is right in God's eyes no matter what the cost.
His Princess Brides Hi again! As you know I'm Katie and I'll be writing about His Princess Brides again! In February we had a pizza and cleaning party. It was fun! O.K. here is what happened, first we cleaned and then we had pizza. What we did was take everything out of the cupboards and cleaned them. And I mean everything. We found interesting things in the cupboards that we didn't even know that the church had! We cleaned the cupboards before we cleaned the kitchen supplies, and boy were the cupboards dirty! Then we cleaned the kitchen supplies. I was the official dryer! I had to dry lots of things! And while I was drying I would constantly ask Trish what these strange things were! We found a lot of things that the church was looking for in the past. We reorganized the cupboards (sorry to those who were looking for something and didn't find it in its regular spot!) So, if you're looking for something and can't find it, blame us. We cleaned, and cleaned, and cleaned, and cleaned! Finally it was time for: pizza pizza pizza! Oh, pizza the word every kid can't resist! We could finally have pizza after all that cleaning! We took the pizza out of the oven and Trish cut them into slices so we could enjoy them! The cutting seemed to take forever! Finally we ate the His Princess Brides yummy pizza and talked then On March 8 from 1:00-4:00 p.m., His PrinI had to go. But cess Brides is having a Movie Day! Bring your favorite movie snack to share (popcorn it was a great and drinks provided). See you all there! For day. more information contact Trish Christopulos at 801-637-5092. His Princess Brides is for 5th and 6th grade girls.
News from the Rescue Mission Hockey and the Homeless Hey there, hockey fans! On Saturday, March 1, 2014 the Utah Grizzlies are playing the Alaska Aces and if you buy the tickets through us, half of the proceeds will come back to support our emergency and recovery services for the homeless. What more, our tickets are cheaper than anywhere else: $12 for a corner section seat (usually $16) and $20 for a center section seat (usually $25). That's a win-win-win! On top of everything, this will be a "Skate with the Players" night, so bring your ice skates and meet your heroes after the game. (You may also rent the skates at the rink for a fee.) You can purchase tickets online using the buttons below, by phone with your credit card (801746-1006) or in person at our main facility (463 South 400 West, Salt Lake City). Your tickets will be waiting for you at the Will Call desk on game day. The deadline to purchase tickets is 5 p.m. on Friday, February 28. Tickets purchased the day of the game DO NOT support the Rescue Mission, so make sure to buy yours in advance! - $12 each - $20 each Where: Maverick Center, 3200 S Decker Lake Drive, West Valley City, UT 84119 When: Saturday, March 1, 2014 What time: 7:05 p.m.
Sonrise Baptist Church Adult Sunday School Classes March – May 2014 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Isaiah Most Christians know the famous chapters from Isaiah: 6, 7, and 53, but what about the other sixty-three? Isaiah prophesied during the reigns of four kings of Judah, bringing many different messages from the Lord. Come and learn about God's plans both past and future - the fall of wicked nations, the coming of the Messiah for redemption, and His future return to reign forever. J.W. Yearsley is leading this class which continues from last quarter. Standard Adult Class: Jesus: The Fulfillment of Scripture This quarter we will look at three aspects of how Jesus fulfilled Scriptures: 1. Jesus in relation to the Davidic Covenant; 2) Jesus fulfilled the prophets; 3) Jesus quoted Scripture. Join us in the Sanctuary! Byran Best is leading this class. Discipleship essentials We grow in Christ as we seek Him together. Jesus' own pattern of disciple-making was to be intimately involved with others. By gathering in a small group to study the Bible and encourage one another, we closely follow Jesus' example. Led by Jim Yearsley. Ladies’ Class: Sacred Secrets, by Beth Moore In a world obsessed with sensationalism, not all hidden things are poisonous and dark. Some secrets are forgiven, some are covered, and some are kept between you and God. Find out what happens when we let God teach us "wisdom in the secret heart" (Psalm 51:6). Join us in the Fellowship Room for Beth's latest DVD study. Joyce Yearsley will lead this class.
Dedicate an Easter Lily to someone special and help us decorate the sanctuary at the same time. There will be a sign up sheet on the table in the foyer. Deadline to sign up and pay is April 6. Cost: to be announced (probably around $10.00) Make checks payable to Sonrise and indicate: Easter Lily, or pay online. Questions? Call or see Nanette Ririe (565-1613) Women, you are invited to a Movie Night on Thursday, March 20 at 6:30 p.m. to watch Disney’s “Frozen.” Popcorn and beverages will be provided. Bring other snacks to share. Invite your friends to this fun event!
Take the challenge to commit 5 additional minutes praying daily for Sonrise! Take 5 magnetic signs are available in the foyer. Stick one on your fridge to help you remember to pray for Sonrise.