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…in joyful celebration of the birth of Christ.
Women set aside the busyness of Christmas to focus their hearts and minds on the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The theme of this year’s event was “Simply Joy”. The guests feasted on a scrumptious meal including fruit, quiche, breakfast casseroles, and dessert.
Just to give you sense for the scope of the event:
22 homes hosted…
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…and for demonstrating Christ’s love to the elderly in our community. Anyone interested in sharing their crafts and other talents with the residents of the Plano community is welcome to schedule an event. Please contact Jeff Reaves at JReaves@ChristChurchPlano.org if you would like to participate in local outreach.
…y this weekend.
One retreat attendee told us, “I love how this retreat was about deeper meaning in the Scriptures…. It set my soul on fire, hungering for more.” Thanks be to God!
This event would not have been possible without the committed service of many volunteers and staff who played vital roles in prayer, support, organization, and execution of such a large scale event. I am so tha…
…em with a Christmas sing-a-long, and delighted a lucky few with a centerpiece as a door prize.
To be honest, I didn’t put a lot of thought into what I was doing as I prepared frittatas for this event. It was just another item I checked off my to-do list that morning. Once I arrived, I kept busy slicing spice cake and filling juice cups. As the residents slowly began to file in and I began to move…
… the privilege of participating in a wedding. Much of my ministry involves directing funerals, so this was a new experience for me. A friend said that it must have felt good to do a wedding—a happy event instead of a sad one for a change. I replied that weddings and funerals actually have two things in common: hope and joy. “OK,” my friend said, “I can understand hope and joy at a wedding, but …
…ho already know Him. When the Wise Men "dismount" their limos, brushing off their Armani suits, they're bowled over. The Savior of Israel is God... in a bouncy seat. What in the world! Before this event in history, everyone except Israel has had to make our best guess at who God is—and now we find him fully revealed, the LORD of Lords, eating mashed peas, changed and bathed by His mother. What k…
…d ministry fair booths, parents could meet one another, get their questions answered, and spend time with Student Ministry staff.
Fr. Tripp Prince, Director of Family Ministry, said this about the event,
“This kickoff perfectly captured the heart of Family Ministry at Christ Church: church staff and parents partnering together in the formation of their children into life long disciples of Ch…
…evant resources that support families. I encourage parents to take advantage of our Partnering with Parents seminars and Parent Café nights this fall. And don’t miss our Family Fun Night: H2O, an event next Wednesday designed to draw us together through play.
Last evening, approximately 300 women attended “Ring in the Holidays,” a brand new women’s ministry event. Fr. Paul, our keynote speaker, focused his teaching on the virtue of gratitude as shown in the Gospel of Luke where Jesus heals ten lepers.
Then Jesus answered, “Were not ten cleansed? Where…
…rsday evening. Parents, students, siblings, grandparents, teachers, and a number of Christ Church Meadows volunteers were present for a picnic and the dedication of the garden. It was the first such event at Meadows. Students were led through the garden with a scavenger hunt to learn about the produce growing in the garden. The garden is also being incorporated into the school curriculum at every grad…