Come on out to a homeschool field trip this Friday at 11 am at The Shed, 809 Paris Avenue in Port Royal.
FREE!!!!! 2017 Festival of Trees – Sponsored by Sea Smiles Pediatric Dentistry
CBC has sponsored a tree that has been decorated by the Kid’s Life Creation Science Class and the 11’O Clock 2nd Grade Sunday School Class.
Contact Kristie Kristie Allen Schubert for more info. email@example.com or 843-592-0528.
Nikki Fripp is in search of a volunteer to help her with a day camp at Scott Community Center on St. Helena. This is would be a wonderful opportunity to impact children in this community and be a witness for the Lord Jesus Christ. Please contact Nikki if you are interested in helping in this way.
She also in need of people to help with rides to some activities that were planned that initially were supposed to have access to a 12 passenger van. This would be once a week.
Additionally if anyone can come and help once or twice a week or for a few hours a day that would also be greatly appreciated.
I am hoping to help some myself after VBS. The camp runs through the first few weeks of August.
Contact me if interested and I will put you in touch with Nikki – firstname.lastname@example.org or 843-592-1502
From Gaye –
Hey all! Please join us for a special day of fellowship at Old Sheldon Church Ruins on Easter Sunday! We’ll meet after the second service for a covered dish picnic, an Easter egg hunt for the little ones, and a chance to make some new friends. This is a wonderful opportunity for younger families to connect with older families. Some of us have been gathering together on this special day for about 15 years! It’s a good time to invite military, or single friends out for fellowship. It’s so lovely this time of year!
What you need to bring: chairs or a picnic blanket; a covered dish to share and a dessert of some sort; drinks for your family; an Easter basket with at least a dozen eggs with non melting, non choking candy for each child who wants to participate; a camera; and any friends you’d like to invite. We’ll have plates, napkins, utensils. We’ll have the resurrection eggs to share the gospel with the younger children. We’ll have corn hole, frisbees, and a soccer ball for older kids to kick around. Please note that the closest bathroom is about 3 miles away at the Family Dollar at Gardens Corner.
We’ll plan to eat at 1:45.
If it rains we will celebrate at our own homes 🙂 Pray for a cool sunny bug-free day! And prayerfully ask God who you might invite; an older couple whose children are grown, a new family in our church, military singles, etc….And feel free to forward this email
Directions to Old Sheldon Church:
Take Hwy 21 all the way out to the traffic circle at Gardens Corner. Go through the circle to the left which will put you on Hwy 17 going south. Be careful merging into traffic here, but stay in the right lane because you will take the first right, Old Sheldon Church Road. Go about a mile and you will see the ruins on the right. There is a field to park in across the street. It’s a very busy street, so HOLD CHILDREN’S HANDS as you cross to the ruins.
Radiance Women’s Center is looking for mature energetic young people to volunteer as banquet servers for the annual fundraising event on Friday, April 21st, 2017 in the fellowship hall of Community Bible Church.
We are looking for volunteers to help with setting tables, serving guests and clean-up during the time frame of -10 pm.
Of course this commitment will count as community service and we will be happy to provide a letter of participation to those who request it after the banquet.
Center will hold its annual fundraising banquet on Friday, April 21st, 2017 in the fellowship hall of Community Bible Church, Beaufort, SC.
All interested participants are asked to contact Tarra Herring, our Hospitality Coordinator, at email@example.com and include full name, age, best contact information, and your organization (i.e. school, church youth group). Or contact the Center @ 843.525.0300 and asked to be added to the volunteer sign-up list.
Thank you for your support to this vital ministry!
Saint Elena is sponsoring Home School Days on February 24th from 10 am to 3 pm.
1501 Bay Street Beaufort SC
Cost: $6.00; Children 5 and under free
843-379-1550 for more information!
No preregistration needed. Just show up, learn and have fun.
Our flexibly structured Home School Days are designed for families to learn together while exploring the museum. We will have three different ongoing activity stations in addition to the exhibits, which can all be done at your own pace. Perfect for ages 6-14. Allow about an hour and a half to see and do everything
Museum: Our exhibit, Santa Elena: America’s Untold Story, tells the story of the 16th Century Spanish town of Santa Elena that was located on Parris Island, South Carolina from 1566-1587. Learn what historians and archaeologists have uncovered about the town and its inhabitants.
Camp Dig it: Explore the world of archaeology by excavating reproduction artifacts using the same methods and techniques that a real archaeologist would. See what you can find out about those who lived at Santa Elena.
Meet a settler from Santa Elena: Learn about the history of the town of Santa Elena from the accounts of someone who was there.
Cultures and Conflicts: Hear about the interactions that took place between the Native Americans and the Spanish. See and touch reproduction artifacts that represent what the Spanish and Native Americans used and traded for.
Single Mom’s Ministry Presents: “Best of Wise in Heart”
- January 22 Masks and Mirrors— When What You See Isn’t Reality; Robin Bertram
- February 6 Developing Intimacy With God; Elsie Stevens
- February 26 Dating 101; Carol Erb
- March 12 Secure in God’s Love: Healing From the Loss of a Husband by Death,
Separation or Divorce; Carol Erb
- March 26 Ministering to Single Women; Gaye McNair
- April 9 Is it True? —Scripture as Our Filter; Brenda Harmon
From Tammy Waldron –
Reminder for Homeschool meeting, Tuesday Jan. 3rd, 7pm. Enhancing Your Child’s Cognitive Abilities Part Two: Cognitive skills include brain functions such as auditory and visual processing, working and long-term memory, comprehension, attention, logic and reasoning abilities which are fundamental to a person’s ability to receive, process, retain and apply information.
Come and learn how to strengthen these abilities, which impact job performance, academics, relationships, communication and life skills. We will review some games previously shared and will add a few new ones. Learn how you can add memory and processing games to your family game night or home school day! Meet in room 115/cafe.
#2 – Parking is $.30/hr in metered parking. 10-11:30 skating – pay for parking until 10:30ish
Keep Calm and Put Your Skates On!
***If you have seen this and emailed…yes, you are on the list 🙂 I asked Charlotte to post after being contacted by multiple people who did not see original email. Currently there are more than 80 signed up to skate!! And close to 20 to cheer from the sidelines 😉 Mark your calendars and join us for a fun time on the ice!***
Savannah Civic Center delayed releasing their modified and shortened skating season schedule compliments of Hurricane Matthew. With having to reschedule events and public schools going longer, they are not allotting times for group reservations this year. However, all is not lost! We’ve been approved by the director for the school group rate. We can still show up as a group and skate as a group 🙂
WHEN: December 21, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m. (first morning session)
WHERE: Savannah Civic Center
COST: $5.00 per skater, bystanders free
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with number of skaters and non-skaters so we know our group size and ensure everyone is able to skate.
#1 – Please arrive 15 minutes early, we want to be there and ready at 10:00 sharp.
#2 – Parking is $.30/hr in metered parking.
#3 – Limited to 150 skaters, payment by Dec 15th to Tracy Cartier, and/or drop off to Laura at the front desk at church.
#4 – There will likely be other skaters in addition to our group.
#5 – Don’t forget to wear socks and dress warm 🙂
~ Tracy ~
From Kristie Schubert, Melissa Magbee and Charlotte Cushman –
Hey everyone! A lot of the kids have been working on ornaments in both the 2nd grade Sunday School class (11 am) and the Woman’s Life Geography Class for the CBC tree to benefit Caroline Hospice. We are hoping that many of you will bring your kids out to see the trees this Friday!
The CBC field trip for the Festival of Trees will be on December 2nd at 10:00 am. It is located at 809 Port Republic Street (Tabby Place), right behind Bay Street. All of the beautifully decorated trees will be there, along with Santa and his elves.
The fee for adults is $3, and $1 for children. All proceeds benefit Friends of Caroline Hospice.
email me if you need more info email@example.com