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Nov
10
Sun
Contemplative Photography @ Bryson Park
Nov 10 @ 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Contemplative Photography @ Bryson Park

Contemplative Photography

Sunday, November 10th, 2019

1:30—4:30pm

 

Consider God’s magnificent creation!

 

Psalm 77:12-14 (NRSV) – “I will meditate on all your work, and muse on your mighty deeds. Your way, O God, is holy. What god is so great as our God? You are the God who works wonders . . .”

 

Contemplative Photography invites us to consider God’s magnificent creation, find a place that nudges us to awe and wonder, record a photographic picture of the moment, and journal a thought about it .

 

Bryson Park, 5075 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lilburn, GA 30047

 

instruction, inspiration, refreshments, resources

Taught by Allen & Nancy Penton

(no charge!)

 

Bring a camera or a device with built-in camera (e.g. phone)

Jan
19
Sun
Birthday Blessing
Jan 19 all-day
Birthday Blessing

One Sunday a month we celebrate each person who has a birthday that month during our regular 10:30am church service with a special prayer time, card, and chocolates 🙂
#birthday #card #chocolate #blessing

Feb
16
Sun
Birthday Blessing
Feb 16 all-day
Birthday Blessing

One Sunday a month we celebrate each person who has a birthday that month during our regular 10:30am church service with a special prayer time, card, and chocolates 🙂
#birthday #card #chocolate #blessing

Feb
26
Wed
Seek God for the City 2020
Feb 26 all-day

Each year, we use a prayer guide during Lent (the six week period leading up to Easter) called Seek God for the City which is designed to mobilize many to pray with united, sustained vision for people of our community. It’s hard to pray beyond our own problems, especially in difficult times. But since God does great things in the midst of troubled times, now is actually the best time to pray beyond ourselves with expansive prayers of solid hope. We will either find God-given courage to pray great things, or we will find that our hope, along with our love, will grow cold.

Seek God for the City is designed to re-ignite desires for Christ that may have gone dormant, so that our hope in Christ and His kingdom will rise again. We will Seek God in two simple ways: First we will seek God’s face and then we will seek His kingdom. And as we come to God, seeking His face, then He comes to us bringing His kingdom. We use this prayer guide both at home and during our church services each week during Lent.

The forty days to Palm Sunday makes an ideal time to venture into a season of sustained, hope-filled prayer. Dated February 26 – April 5, 2020. You can pick up your copy on any Sunday during one of our regular 10:30 am church services. Will you join us?

Feb
27
Thu
Seek God for the City 2020
Feb 27 all-day

Each year, we use a prayer guide during Lent (the six week period leading up to Easter) called Seek God for the City which is designed to mobilize many to pray with united, sustained vision for people of our community. It’s hard to pray beyond our own problems, especially in difficult times. But since God does great things in the midst of troubled times, now is actually the best time to pray beyond ourselves with expansive prayers of solid hope. We will either find God-given courage to pray great things, or we will find that our hope, along with our love, will grow cold.

Seek God for the City is designed to re-ignite desires for Christ that may have gone dormant, so that our hope in Christ and His kingdom will rise again. We will Seek God in two simple ways: First we will seek God’s face and then we will seek His kingdom. And as we come to God, seeking His face, then He comes to us bringing His kingdom. We use this prayer guide both at home and during our church services each week during Lent.

The forty days to Palm Sunday makes an ideal time to venture into a season of sustained, hope-filled prayer. Dated February 26 – April 5, 2020. You can pick up your copy on any Sunday during one of our regular 10:30 am church services. Will you join us?

Feb
28
Fri
Seek God for the City 2020
Feb 28 all-day

Each year, we use a prayer guide during Lent (the six week period leading up to Easter) called Seek God for the City which is designed to mobilize many to pray with united, sustained vision for people of our community. It’s hard to pray beyond our own problems, especially in difficult times. But since God does great things in the midst of troubled times, now is actually the best time to pray beyond ourselves with expansive prayers of solid hope. We will either find God-given courage to pray great things, or we will find that our hope, along with our love, will grow cold.

Seek God for the City is designed to re-ignite desires for Christ that may have gone dormant, so that our hope in Christ and His kingdom will rise again. We will Seek God in two simple ways: First we will seek God’s face and then we will seek His kingdom. And as we come to God, seeking His face, then He comes to us bringing His kingdom. We use this prayer guide both at home and during our church services each week during Lent.

The forty days to Palm Sunday makes an ideal time to venture into a season of sustained, hope-filled prayer. Dated February 26 – April 5, 2020. You can pick up your copy on any Sunday during one of our regular 10:30 am church services. Will you join us?

Feb
29
Sat
Seek God for the City 2020
Feb 29 all-day

Each year, we use a prayer guide during Lent (the six week period leading up to Easter) called Seek God for the City which is designed to mobilize many to pray with united, sustained vision for people of our community. It’s hard to pray beyond our own problems, especially in difficult times. But since God does great things in the midst of troubled times, now is actually the best time to pray beyond ourselves with expansive prayers of solid hope. We will either find God-given courage to pray great things, or we will find that our hope, along with our love, will grow cold.

Seek God for the City is designed to re-ignite desires for Christ that may have gone dormant, so that our hope in Christ and His kingdom will rise again. We will Seek God in two simple ways: First we will seek God’s face and then we will seek His kingdom. And as we come to God, seeking His face, then He comes to us bringing His kingdom. We use this prayer guide both at home and during our church services each week during Lent.

The forty days to Palm Sunday makes an ideal time to venture into a season of sustained, hope-filled prayer. Dated February 26 – April 5, 2020. You can pick up your copy on any Sunday during one of our regular 10:30 am church services. Will you join us?

Mar
1
Sun
Seek God for the City 2020
Mar 1 all-day

Each year, we use a prayer guide during Lent (the six week period leading up to Easter) called Seek God for the City which is designed to mobilize many to pray with united, sustained vision for people of our community. It’s hard to pray beyond our own problems, especially in difficult times. But since God does great things in the midst of troubled times, now is actually the best time to pray beyond ourselves with expansive prayers of solid hope. We will either find God-given courage to pray great things, or we will find that our hope, along with our love, will grow cold.

Seek God for the City is designed to re-ignite desires for Christ that may have gone dormant, so that our hope in Christ and His kingdom will rise again. We will Seek God in two simple ways: First we will seek God’s face and then we will seek His kingdom. And as we come to God, seeking His face, then He comes to us bringing His kingdom. We use this prayer guide both at home and during our church services each week during Lent.

The forty days to Palm Sunday makes an ideal time to venture into a season of sustained, hope-filled prayer. Dated February 26 – April 5, 2020. You can pick up your copy on any Sunday during one of our regular 10:30 am church services. Will you join us?

Mar
2
Mon
Seek God for the City 2020
Mar 2 all-day

Each year, we use a prayer guide during Lent (the six week period leading up to Easter) called Seek God for the City which is designed to mobilize many to pray with united, sustained vision for people of our community. It’s hard to pray beyond our own problems, especially in difficult times. But since God does great things in the midst of troubled times, now is actually the best time to pray beyond ourselves with expansive prayers of solid hope. We will either find God-given courage to pray great things, or we will find that our hope, along with our love, will grow cold.

Seek God for the City is designed to re-ignite desires for Christ that may have gone dormant, so that our hope in Christ and His kingdom will rise again. We will Seek God in two simple ways: First we will seek God’s face and then we will seek His kingdom. And as we come to God, seeking His face, then He comes to us bringing His kingdom. We use this prayer guide both at home and during our church services each week during Lent.

The forty days to Palm Sunday makes an ideal time to venture into a season of sustained, hope-filled prayer. Dated February 26 – April 5, 2020. You can pick up your copy on any Sunday during one of our regular 10:30 am church services. Will you join us?

Mar
3
Tue
Seek God for the City 2020
Mar 3 all-day

Each year, we use a prayer guide during Lent (the six week period leading up to Easter) called Seek God for the City which is designed to mobilize many to pray with united, sustained vision for people of our community. It’s hard to pray beyond our own problems, especially in difficult times. But since God does great things in the midst of troubled times, now is actually the best time to pray beyond ourselves with expansive prayers of solid hope. We will either find God-given courage to pray great things, or we will find that our hope, along with our love, will grow cold.

Seek God for the City is designed to re-ignite desires for Christ that may have gone dormant, so that our hope in Christ and His kingdom will rise again. We will Seek God in two simple ways: First we will seek God’s face and then we will seek His kingdom. And as we come to God, seeking His face, then He comes to us bringing His kingdom. We use this prayer guide both at home and during our church services each week during Lent.

The forty days to Palm Sunday makes an ideal time to venture into a season of sustained, hope-filled prayer. Dated February 26 – April 5, 2020. You can pick up your copy on any Sunday during one of our regular 10:30 am church services. Will you join us?