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Get Connected this Fall

13 Sep

If you don’t have a home church or a small group to connect with this Fall, I hope you will consider checking out Riverfront Family Church for Sunday worship as well as the Fellowship Groups they are offering this Fall!

You don’t have to be a member or even ever attended before to get connected with a small group. Every one is welcomed!  And if you can’t make a weekly meeting, several of the groups meet every other week and even one meets entirely online (in fact, I am leading that one).

Here are some of the groups the church is offering this Fall:

  • Financial Peace University
  • Parenting with Love & Logic
  • Online Book Club: “Mudhouse Sabbath” by Lauren Winner
  • Book Club: “Unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand
  • Young Professionals Fellowship Group
  • College Fellowship Group
  • Women’s Prayer Fellowship Group
  • Men’s Breakfast Fellowship Group

For details or to sign up for a group (including my online group), click here.

And groups aren’t just for adults!  The church has seven different “Spirit Clubs” for kids of all ages. Spirit Clubs are a fun-filled, action-packed after-school program held in neighborhood homes for children in pre-school – K; 1st – 5th; and 6th – 8th grades. They teach basic Christian virtues, common to both Catholics and Protestants, in dynamic ways your kids will love! This semester there are Spirit Clubs meeting in Glastonbry, West Hartford, Avon and Ashford.

For more information about Spirit Clubs or to get your child connected, click here.

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Posted by on September 13, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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