Tonight at Lafayette

NOTE: The Spaghetti Dinner has been postponed until Wednesday, February 26.
Seven Practices for Peace and Purpose in 2020 continues tonight in the fellowship hall with session five for the adults. The biggest regret of the dying has nothing to do with achievements or financial investments, but has everything to do with relationships. Through relationships we connect with the world, we get to know God, and we grow into the people we are meant to be. So, what stops us from embracing relationships more fully? What can we do to embrace the importance of relationships?
Teens will meet in the EPICenter. The youth group will be reflecting on their time at Winterfest and what “Not Now, Not Ever” can impact the culture around us. Like Daniel and his friends, we must put God first even if it looks like it doesn’t give us an advantage in the world. (While we will reflect on the Winterfest theme, this lesson is definitely not just for those who went to Winterfest).
Children will meet in classroom nine for a Bible teaching from Dave Wilhelm.
Child care for little ones will be offered in the nursery.
Hope to see you at 7:00pm!
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