Children in the West Raleigh family and neighborhood are invited to participate in this WILD Arts Ministry workshop!
We'll learn how to make three dimensional animal masks in felt! Learn how to mix color, build shapes and draw with sheep's wool.
Attend at least 2 of the 3 sessions to complete a mask, with a single registration fee of $5/person.
Dates: August 29, September 12 and September 19 from 10 am to 1 pm in the West Raleigh Presbyterian Fellowship Hall.
Register online and bring your money to the session!
*Pastor Nominating Committee: Seeking next installed pastor for WRPC
Members: Mary Ellen Taylor, Alec Peters, Ada Winters, Mel Starnes, Susan Baucom, Sarah Cobb, Kathy Huffstetler
*Bequest Task Force: Appointed by Session to recommend best uses of generous bequest monies received in 2014 Members: Liz Nichols, Wes Snyder, Serita Eisenbies, Biff Kirby, Amy Veatch
*Court Yard Task Force: Appointed by Session to ascertain needs and direction for renovating Court Yard
including the addition of a columbarium, expanding gardens, fixing sinking bricks, improving play and community space as well as entry areas. Members: Frances Wilder, Ron Calliari, Shanora Kingsberry, Austin Jones, Bill SmithRead more: Works in Progress In and Around WRPC!
Strengthening and Sustaining Spiritual Practices for Real Life.
9:45 – 10:45 a.m. in Fellowship Hall
Each week during the summer, we welcome a number of guest speakers/discussion leaders who will not only share about their passion for serving God, but will also share about ways that they are able to remain rooted in Christ so that they can continue reaching out to the community and the world. Here is the schedule
July 26: Samuel Gunter, Habitat for Humanity’s Faith in Advocacy Coordinator
August 2: Maggie Kane, A Place at the Table
August 16: Jennifer Copeland, NC Council of Churches new Executive Director
West Raleigh’s 2015 VBS was “Under Construction, a Habitat for Humanity VBS.” In addition to a week of engaging and interactive learning activities, the children built and painted 16 birdhouses, createda quilt to be given to Habitat house recipient families, delivered lunch to Habitat volunteers, toured the house under construction, and welcomed Sam Gunter to our closing celebration lunch. It was an incredibly fun and meaningful week.
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