Ways to Connect- If you are already a part of a Missional Community (group or team), continue to love and serve each other and the world around you. Reach out to your leaders for ways to stay connected. If you are looking for ways to connect in community, below are some options…
Consider joining a six-session discipleship study led by elders Frank Harrison and Chad Fleming on Tuesdays from 7 pm to 8 pm. The online ZOOM study will start on March 9, 2021 and end on April 6, 2021. This is a guided conversation on the book “Misreading Scripture with Western Eyes”. Frank and Chad have spent some time living and working in other countries and they bring a unique perspective to the table to facilitate this conversation. Plan to dive into the Bible and prayerfully seek life-changing truth as we follow Jesus together. Send a message through this elder communication link to express your interest. All are welcome and if you need assistance in purchasing the book ($10 Amazon Kindle version), we will be happy to help. Here is a link to a detailed plan for more information.
MC/Men meets live and on Zoom on Saturday mornings at 7:30 am for a time of study, discussion, prayer and sharing. The men meet live in the large KidsVax conference room at 125 N. State St. and a Zoom link is sent out each week prior to Saturday. For more information or if you desire to receive the email updates, please contact Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SMiCS (Sunday Morning Missional Communities) is starting back up tomorrow, Sunday March 7th, at 8:30 am in the large conference room at 125 N. State St. Safety protocols are in place for all the meetings. The group will be starting up with the study of the Book of Esther. The mornings are a time to connect, pray, study the Word, and engage in discussion. In addition, for those who wish to stay, the 9 am CenterPoint Worship Service will be streamed starting at approximately 10:15; and there is enough time, if one wishes, to attend the 10:45 worship service at CP. For more information about SMiCS, please contact Fred Potter at email@example.com. We’d love to see you tomorrow morning.
CP Married Life: We offer couple-to-couple conversations with trained Married Life couples. This is not counseling, it is friendship. Sometimes a listening ear from good friends is all we need to sort our priorities and find encouragement. If you would like to arrange a private ZOOM meeting with one of our couples, send a message to MarriedLifeNH@gmail.com (confidentially managed by Frank and Wendy Harrison) and we will get back to you soon to arrange the best time to chat. For married life resources, small group opportunities, and date ideas, visit https://sites.google.com/view/marriedlifenh today!
Women Connecting: We have some exciting opportunities to connect in the next month! We have heard that there is a deep need to connect with each other, safely, in addition to on line contacts. We have scheduled a time to walk at various points through- out the city, to connect, catch up, and an opportunity to mindfully consider in prayer our God’s work as we walk. You can just show up at the time and locations listed below and join in! The walks will be flat and wide for distancing and we can focus on building our relationships together and with God. Join us on March 6th at 9 AM at the Bow High School Track. If you are unsure about the weather for the March 6th walk check in with Lizanne Molind or Shannon Szumierz (contact information is in Elexio). There is also a chance to walk on March 8th at 4:30 PM at Mast Yard I Forest parking lot on Broad Cove Road in Concord (although Google says its Contoocook). If you are unsure about the weather for the March 8th walk check in with Sharon Nall or Nancy Lockhart. Can’t wait to see you!
Women Connecting: Join us on Zoom for a 6 week bible study, Uncommon Sense looks at the book of Proverbs, through weekly questions, video and small group discussion. This study helps readers to harness Godly wisdom, not merely for head knowledge, but also for Godly living. Uncommon Sense makes the wealth of short sayings, contrasts, and metaphors found in Proverbs more accessible and applicable by dividing them according to the Greatest Commandment (heart, soul, mind, strength, love of neighbor). Start date Wednesday 3rd March 7-8.30pm. For more information contact Lizanne Molind (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mom-to-Mom: a network for mom’s to care for each other through the unique challenges and joys of motherhood. We meet on Mondays from 6:30-8:00pm @ CenterPoint Church. Please contact Susan (email@example.com) for more information.
Young Adults MC: living and sharing a life-changing relationship with Jesus together among the young adults of the Capital Area. We are now meeting on Wednesday’s 6:30 – 9:00pm @ CenterPoint Church (with masks) and also continuing to meet on zoom. Contact:Hannah Ingram // firstname.lastname@example.org // 603-726-1449 or Sam Duke // email@example.com // 303-551-3782
CP Pantry: a group of people growing together as a community that serves the needs of our vulnerable neighbors through providing supplemental groceries and spaces to belong. Contact Jim (firstname.lastname@example.org) for ways to be involved.
Friendly Kitchen: Sun. Mar 28