D.C. Trip - Museum of the Bible
Experience the greatest book ever written - Visit the Museum of the Bible! Friday we will sight see and have dinner in D.C., Saturday we will tour the museum and have dinner before we depart. We will leave from the WARM Center (717 N. Homewood Ave.) on Friday, April 20th at 12pm and return late on Saturday, April 21st. The cost of the trip is $125 and includes transportation, hotel accommodations and museum admission. All monies are due by April 1st. This is sure to be a trip to remember, sign up today and invite your friends and family!
Children & Youth Ministry
Children’s Easter Events -
Parents of K-8th graders, make sure your child doesn’t miss any of this year’s Easter events! See Debralyn Woodberry-Shaw after service today to receive an information sheet on the coming activities.
Donations Needed -
The Children and Youth ministry is accepting donations of candy, quarters, plastic eggs and pre-filled eggs for the Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday. All donations may be dropped off to the Triplex (7238 Fleury Way, Pittsburgh, PA 15208) Monday through Friday 9am-3pm or brought to Sunday worship. We need all donations by Sunday, March 25. We also will need individuals to fill eggs, hide eggs before service, and clean up after the hunt. Please contact Lillian Holt or email email@example.com if you are interested.
Save-The-Date for VBS -
This Easter season as you are reflecting on what Christ did for you on the cross, please prayerfully consider ministering at Vacation Bible School. Last summer, we served 58 children and 34 children made a decision for Christ. We are seeking Bible Center members that are passionate about the opportunity to expose children to the good news of Jesus Christ. Minister days/hours are Monday, June 18 - Friday, June 22 5pm - 9pm. Please contact Debralyn Woodberry-Shaw or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in serving our young people.
Youth Group -
Students in 7th-12th grade we invite you to join us for youth group at the Ministry House right after church today until 2p. We will provide lunch and limited transportation home.
Ministry Meeting -
Our monthly Youth Ministry meeting is this Saturday, March 17 at 12:30p at Everyday Cafe. We are discussing June's Youth Church. Please attend if you are interested in assisting with planning.
Deacon & Trustee Meeting: Saturday March 17, 8am at the WARM Center
Leadership Team Meeting: Saturday March 17, 10am at the WARM Center
Please read chapters 16-19 in your books in preparation for the meeting
Cups of Conversation – Chat with ceramic artists from around the country about their work and receive a free one-of-a-kind coffee cup (while supplies lasts) with your purchase. The event will be Saturday March 17th from 1-3pm at Everyday Café (532 N. Homewood Ave).
Sustainability with Style – Join us for creative conversation with Homewood native and Westinghouse graduate, Nisha Blackwell, founder and CEO of Knotzland Bowties. The event will be Monday, March 26th from 7-8:30pm at Everyday Café.
Priscilla Robinson-Igwe Memorial Scholarship
Invest in futures by giving to the Priscilla Robinson-Igwe Memorial Scholarship fund.
This memorial scholarship is dedicated to Priscilla Robinson-Igwe. The goal of the scholarship is to assist college bound high school seniors, who are members of Bible Center, to further their education. Your donation goes directly into the scholarship fund. Donations may be placed in the offering, sent to the church office, or submitted through Crowdrise.
Bible Center high school seniors may apply for the scholarship by completing an application.
The deadline is May 31, 2018. Scholarship applications are now available on the table in the lobby.
The Maker's Clubhouse is seeking a program manager. This is a full-time employment opportunity. Please share with your networks. Submit resumes to email@example.com for consideration.
Everyday Café is looking for more team members! We are now hiring baristas for part time positions. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Kudos/Concerns & Other Opportunities
Shunai Taylor’s health emergency class is raising money to build first aid kits for children at the Multicultural Center. They will be teaching the children how to use the kits and how to respond in an emergency. All donations will go towards building the kits. If you would like to support this important cause, please sign the pledge sheet on the information table in the lobby.