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Join us from 10am-6pm on Friday and Saturday, April 13 & 14 for the Empowered to Connect Simulcast — a two-day conference designed to help adoptive and foster parents, ministry leaders, churches, and professionals better understand how to connect with “children from hard places” in order to help them heal and become all that God desires for them to be.
Pastors and ministry leaders are invited to join us for the DC Collective Spring 2018 brunch and fellowship. We’ll gather at Four Oaks Killearn on Thursday, April 19, 2018 from 8:30am – 10am. We’re pleased to be joined by Tony & Lisa Anderson of the biblical counseling ministry The Hope Center, who will teach us on "Creating a Culture of Care in our Churches.”
We will stay in town for this event in order to enjoy teaching and service opportunities! Topics include how to study the world, "The Little Years," our legacy, and more.
Save the date! Registration begins soon
Killearn congregation Events
This class, which will be held on Wednesdays from March 28-April 25 at 7pm, will feature four different missionaries who will share stories of how Jesus has transformed lives through their ministries.
Our speakers will be Dennis Cochrane, Don Richardson, Kate Schell, Ted Esler, and Pastor Scott.
Click here for more information.
Services will be at 5 & 6:30pm with care for infants-preschool & Special Needs
Tickets for our Haiti trip fundraiser are now on sale! Join us at Maple Street Killearn on 4/27 for great food, live music, silent auction, raffle drawing, and fun.
Purchase tickets here
If you have an item or service to donate for the Silent Auction, or connections with a particular business who may be able to help, please contact Stephanie Pohler.
Midtown Congregation Events
Our Good Friday service will be on 3/30 at 6:30pm
Join us starting 2/11 from 7:00-8:30 at 2421 Jackson Bluff Rd. Apt 633 (located near campus). We’ll be studying Romans 9-16. This study will help students to grow in their knowledge and application of the Bible, an equip them to minister to and disciple others. It’s a great way for students to get connected to the local church and develop community.
Contact Bryan Zhang for more information