Wayzata Community Church


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October 28, 2014

REMEMBER: Fall Back! Set your clocks BACK an hour this Saturday (11/1/2014) before you go to bed.

1. A Call to Action for Affordable Housing - Our community needs affordable housing. Join your neighbors thisThursday, October 30, from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. in the Great Hallto hear about our vision to develop affordable rental housing. Hear stories of our neighbors who are struggling to stay stably housed. Learn how you can be a part of building housing and building community. RSVP's are encouraged to Allison Johnson at (652) 789 - 6260, ext. 214 orajohnson@beaconinterfaith.org. We hope you'll join us, and bring your friends and neighbors!

2. Giving Campaign - Together we need to raise $2.1 million to fund our 2015 annual operations and to ensure our ministries continue to flourish and grow. We also need to address the immediate needs of our church building to repair, restore and make our building accessible to all. We are looking to Raise the Roof at $8.2 million. For more information, click the link above.

3. Become a Member! - Would you like to become a member of Wayzata Community Church or do know someone who does? New Members will be received in worship on Sunday, November 16. For more information and to sign up, click the link above.

4. WoW - Join us Oct. 29th for Worship on Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. in the Sanctuary. Our ministries on Wednesday are going to a whole new level of impact. It's a whole new line up that is guaranteed to be INVITATIONAL, INSPIRATIONAL & INTERGENERATIONAL. Childcare is available from 4:30 - 8:45 p.m. and Wednesdays at WCC are Parables friendly. Click the link above to see everything Wednesdays have to offer.

5. Featured Classes of the Week- Legacy: What will we leave behind? October 29, November 5, 4:30 p.m., Piper Library, led by Rev. Lindy Purdy.

Come and hear some great ways to plan for your own legacy—in creative and tangible ways. Resources and group discussion will be part of this 3 week session.

Parenting Adult Children, October 29, November 5, 7:15 p.m., Piper Library, led by Rev. Lindy Purdy

Once a parent, always a parent. That is a fact of life, but the role of a parent changes significantly when our children become adults. This workshop will explore ways to stay connected while changing roles.

6. Did you miss Church last Sunday? Here are some of the highlights: Do: inspire

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