WOMEN’S NIGHT OUT (TWILIGHT AT RIVENDELL) :: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

Who: Women of City Church.

What: A time to eat dinner together (potluck of salads and casseroles – see sign-up sheet in lobby), spend time around the fire pit (weather permitting), pursue knowing one another better, and to hear personal stories of how God’s goodness and mercy pursues us not just some days, but all the days of our life in all kinds of circumstances.

When: Friday, September 16. Come any time after 6:30 PM, dinner will start at 7. Ends around 9:30, but you are welcome to stay longer.

Where: Campbell home (affectionately called ‘Rivendell’) at 31 Triple Oak Dr., Candler, NC 28715.

Why: To build fellowship, listen to individuals tell their life journey in faith, and be encouraged by what God is doing.

Please RSVP to Diana Campbell by Monday, September 12 via the sign-up sheet in the lobby, by phone: 828.665.9654, or email: diana@housecampbell.com

MONTHLY CHURCH-WIDE MEAL :: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

Please join us for our church-wide meal next Sunday at Camp Greystone near Flat Rock, NC (80 Apple Hill Lane, Zirconia, NC 28790). We’re allowed to use the camp starting at 1:30, so feel free to come early and enjoy water sports like swimming, the waterslide, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding [note: no lifeguards will be on duty]; yard games like corn hole, frisbee golf, human-sized checkers; hanging out in hammocks, around the campfire, etc.  There’s a shelter and plenty of play space so the party will happen rain or shine. We’ll provide paper products, but since it’s a potluck style dinner please bring your own beverages and an item to share according to the first letter of your last name: 

A–G     Salad or Side Dish

H–T     Main Dish

S–Z     Dessert or Bread

MONTHLY CHURCH-WIDE MEAL :: SUNDAY, AUGUST 7

Please join us for our church-wide meal this Sunday at 5:00PM at Weaver Park (200 Murdock Ave, 28804). We’ve reserved the shelter and there’s plenty of play space on the playground, baseball field, or tennis courts. We’ll provide paper products, tea, and lemonade. Since it’s a potluck style dinner please bring an item to share according to the first letter of your last name: 

A–G   Dessert

H–M  Main Dish

N–Z   Salad/Side

HYMN SING WITH AREA CHURCHES :: FRIDAY, AUGUST 5

We’ve been invited by Redeemer Anglican Church to participate in a city-wide hymn sing on Friday, August 5, at 7:00PM. This is a great opportunity to put into practice the affirmation we make in the Apostles’ Creed: “we believe in the holy catholic church [that is, the true Christian church of all times and all places].” We believe and want to exhibit a unified church in Asheville. The event will be held in the Grace Baptist Church sanctuary in West Asheville (718 Haywood Rd, 28806). Hang around for gelato and coffee (for purchase) after the event.

MONTHLY FELLOWSHIP MEAL :: SUNDAY, JULY 10

Please join us this Sunday afternoon at 5 PM at the Albees’ house for Taco Nite (email info@citychurchavl.org for address). Meat and taco shells will be provided. Please bring additional items according to the first letter of your last name: 

A-G  Toppings (tomatoes, shredded lettuce, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, salsa, etc.)

H-O Mexican side dish

P-Z  Dessert

MONTHLY FELLOWSHIP MEAL :: SUNDAY, JUNE 5

Please join us for our next monthly fellowship meal on June 5th from 5 to 8 PM at Bent Creek Community Park, 125 Idlewood Drive. We’ll provide water and lemonade, but please bring a meat (or protein of your choice) for yourself/family to grill (we’ll have grills available). In addition, please bring an item to share according to the first letter of your last name:

A-M Side Dish

N-Z Dessert

Come before 5 PM and enjoy activities like basketball, volleyball, biking (pump track), walking trails, horseshoes, cornhole and there’s even a frisbee golf course. We have 3 grills and could possibly use 2 more. Please e-mail or call Pam Harris (p13harris@bellsouth.net or 704-880-1946) if you can bring a grill.

CITY CHURCH TOWN HALL MEETING & DINNER CELEBRATION :: SUNDAY, MAY 22

Our annual dinner celebration is scheduled for May 22, 5–7 PM at Homewood. The purpose of the party is to enjoy good food and fellowship, rejoice in what the Lord is doing in and through City Church, to cast a vision for the future, and provide an update on the state of the church. This is a very important gathering and we hope you’ll be able to attend. Members and regular visitors of City Church are welcome.

Please note: City Church will provide a catered meal and drinks. Childcare will also be provided.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY BEGINS MAY 18:

The women of City Church are starting an in-depth Bible study on Wednesday nights at Amanda Johnson’s house (43 Lowell St., 28803) from 8:00-9:30 PM. This is a great opportunity to study the Bible, grow in God’s grace, and fellowship with other women. The study will begin promptly at 8:00, so please make every effort to arrive on time. The study will be based on The Gospel-Centered Life, the same study the men recently completed.

If you have any questions, please contact Kristi James (kristi.james4@gmail.com).