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Join us under the stars for a family-friendly movie (TBA). This activity will be targeted for children. Bring your children, grandkids, god kids, a blanket, and snacks. Come early to carve out your spot on the lawn. Registration is not required, This is an open event. Weather reschedule due to rain or strong wind: date is still to be determined
Body mechanics refers to the way we move during daily activities. Proper body mechanics can help you avoid injury and muscle fatigue. Come learn how subtle shifts in your muscle patterns can create significant shifts in blood flow, waste removal and how you feel! Alignment cues are the places you put your bones to assist in waking up underused muscle patterns and calming down overused muscle patterns. This class will teach you alignment that will improve your mobility and strength. With practice,…
Come unleash your inner artist and create your own painting on canvas. Enjoy another opportunity to de-stress and relax to music while awakening your creative mind. This class will be led by a professional art teacher that will inspire you to paint your own fall-inspired piece of art. Equipment and supplies will be provided. This class is suitable for participants aged 12yrs and older. Space is limited. Registration is required. Kim Roberts will maintain a waitlist as necessary, if you…
Immediately after the worship service, the church elders will conduct the church family meeting.
Let us give thanks, praise, and worship into a new year together. We celebrate the close of 2021 and prepare for 2022.
Registration is still open and attendees can register at this link: livingalegacy2022.eventbrite.com
Speaker- Elder Willie Harris, Pastor of Mt Zion Cary Who did Jesus die for? Did Jesus die for everyone? Did Jesus’ death merely make salvation possible for everyone or did it actually accomplish the work of redemption for the elect? The seminar will examine the doctrines of election and definite atonement. This seminar will be in-person and virtual through Zion Live. Guests are welcome to register. Please wear a mask in the church building.