Join John Stumbo and the Alliance family as together we press into the deeper, abiding presence of God’s Holy Spirit.
Themes of a deeper life and missions were tied together from our earliest days in The Alliance. Our founder, Dr. A. B. Simpson, believed that as the work of God went deeper into our lives, the natural outcome was for the Word and the work of God to extend more broadly from us. God’s heart is for the world, and as our hearts are joined more intimately with His, we begin to share in His passions. It’s within this context that you’re invited to SEEK 2018.
June 8-9 (Friday-Saturday), 2018 at Westgate Chapel.
Another All Creation Sings outing – this time a hike at Oak Openings on Saturday, April 12 at 10 am. We’ll Meet at the Buehner Center, near Mallard Lake. We’ll be hiking the Ridge Trail (silver). Afterwards, we’ll eat at Charlie’s Restaurant on Airport Highway.
This outing of ACS is a search for spring wild flowers (and birds if you want) at Secor Park, 10001 W. Central Ave. We will meet at Secor Park on Saturday, April 20 at 11 am at the Meadowview Area parking lot, which is the last lot as you come into the park from Central Ave.
The path may be muddy so be sure to wear your mud stomping shoes! We will meet at Panera Bread on W. Central Ave for coffee following the outing.
A vivid and exciting demonstration showing how Jesus fulfilled the ancient feast of Passover. Conducted by Eryn Black of Chosen People Ministries. Eryn will explain the symbolic meanings of the various items of the Passover feast and highlight their relationship to the Last Supper that Jesus celebrated with the disciples, giving special emphasis on the redemptive significance of the crucifixion. All are welcome – just let us know and we will reserve a seat for you. Call 419-729-0733 or email us at email@example.com
Friday through Sunday!
This week we begin our Missions Weekend, celebrating God’s work around the world. Join us for a variety of fun activities. Joining us for our weekend is Doug Conkle, who serves in Burkina Faso, in Africa. Click here to download the schedule of events.
Sunday ~ 10:30 am – Worship service: Meet our guest speaker and hear about how God is at work around the world.
Friday morning ~ 10 am – Ladies’ meeting with Doug Conkle, followed by lunch
Friday evening ~ 6:30 pm – International Meal and Dance Night. We’ll be meeting at the church. Bring international food to share, wear international clothes if you want, and then learn some international dances. This is going to be fun!
Saturday morning ~ 10 am – Cemetery Walk. This will be at Woodlawn Cemetery on Central, followed by coffee at Biggby’s at Cricket West.
Sunday ~ 10:30 am – Worship Service: Meet our guest speaker Doug Conkle, who serves in Burkina Faso. Our KidsPoint kids will be performing an African song at this service.
Dance Night Tonight
The evening begins at 6 pm with a carry-in dinner. Bring a dish or two to share, or just bring your appetite! After we eat, we will all learn about dances from around the world. It will be fun!
Experience new foods tonight!
Our International Dinner begins at 6 pm. Bring a dish from another country, or just bring your appetite, as we share foods from around the world. After we eat, our guest speaker will share about her experiences spreading the Gospel in another land.
Our missions conference begins this Sunday. We have an exciting lineup of events and activities in store for all of us. We encourage you to come to all the events if you are able! Here is the schedule of events:
Sunday, Oct. 3
Church service with Debbie Vik and Ead
Sunday, Oct. 3
Meeting for Junior and Senior High students
Monday, Oct. 4
International Carry-in Banquet. Bring international
food and wear international clothes. Presentations by
Debbie and Ead.
Tuesday, Oct. 5
Ladies’ meeting at the church building, followed by
lunch at Grace’s Kitchen
Tuesday, Oct. 5
Free dinner, then International Dance Night. You will
see and participate in dancing from around the world!
Wednesday, Oct. 6
Men’s breakfast meeting at Rudy’s with Debbie and Ead
Wednesday, Oct. 6
Dessert at the home of Terry DeLong
Debbie Vik and her co-worker Ead will be with us throughout the conference. They both work in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Click here to download our Missions Conference brochure.
CrossPoint’s Senior High students, along with adult sponsors, are leaving for Louisville, Kentucky Tuesday morning to attend Life2010 (Collide). Life2010 is a gathering of thousands of students from around the country for a giant conference with seminars, worship, concerts, and teaching. We are praying that our students will authentically experience God, be inspired to expand His Kingdom, and grow closer to Christ. May they experience God in a fresh new way this week.