Starting Tuesday, January 7th, our Family Life Center will be available for teens to come for open gym, homework help, snack, or a place to chill out with some friendly faces. Every Tuesday, the youth are welcome to come over after school and stay until 5:00, when parents can pick up! If you are interested in volunteering to help one Tuesday per month, please let Lisa Howard know. You can also contact her if you have any questions.
Don’t miss the MISSIONaires’ latest production:Last Stop at the End-of-the-Road Cafe. This year’s play (another Phyllis Martinelli original) is set at an all-night diner in the middle of Karns. The carnival is in town, but the only access in and out of the
community has been washed out by a torrential rain. So everyone is sheltering in the diner, and when the carnival bankroll goes missing, accusations begin to fly! Performances are Saturday, March 8 at 6:30 pm ($20/ticket) and Sunday, March 9 at 2:00 pm ($15/single ticket; $10 each/multiple tickets). Contact one of the cast members (the usual suspects!) or Leslie Little at 804-6642 today to purchase tickets. All proceeds support Hands-On Missions at BRUMC. Donations/loans of ketchup and mustard bottles, old-fashioned metal napkin holders, and an old coke or pepsi sign are need for the play. Contact: Suzanne Davidson – firstname.lastname@example.org or 941-228-0974; Leslie Little—email@example.com; or Judy Graham – firstname.lastname@example.org.
A new study will be available Sunday mornings at 10:00 starting March 2nd. This study is entitled “Twenty-Four Hours that changed the World,” and is written by Adam Hamilton. This study during the season of lent will end April 20, so don’t miss out. The leaders will be Kevin Knowles and Steve Lane. Hope you’ll take advantage of this special study.