Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Last Pool Party of the Summer

Sunday, August 30th, 6-9pm at 1401 Buckhorn rd. Sykesville, MD. Families welcome.

Come on over to the Frampton's to experience a beautifully landscaped pool, fountain, and hot tub. We'll be grilling out for your dining pleasure so bring a snack or dessert and a couple bucks to cover cost. And don't forget: A modest bathing suit and towel always go well at a pool party.

Melissa will be giving her testimony. (and maybe Dave might say something too.)

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

X-Factor: Super Soaker

Final X-Factor of the summer!
August 23rd, 7-9pm at the block house. 6-12th grade invited.

This week we'll be discussing Liberalism as a world religion. This is a great chance to hear some teaching on how to respectfully interact with friends and family from liberal churches.

Bring your own squirt gun, spray bottle, or bucket. We'll provide the water, the hoses, and the water balloons. Oh yeah, you might want to bring a bathing suit and towel though they aren't required. Also, don't forget to leave cell phones, ipods, netbooks at home for this one. They don't do so well getting wet.

Monday, August 10, 2009


What: to bring bag lunch or money for lunch, sunscreen, appropriate bathing suit, shades, flops, towel, (and if your parent isn't driving, $5 for gas and parking) 
Who: friends and relations Where: Delaware shores state park, towers rd parking lot, just south of Dewey. When: Meet at the church at 6am and return by 9pm.

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Daniel Coulbourne and Greg Walker concert

8/8 at 8p.m. at the blockhouse.

Daniel and Greg have been collaborating their unique, god-inspired, indie, musique couture. It will be a sensory experience not to be missed. See for more information on the inspiration of this musical collaboration.

Greg Walker was a fellow follower of Christ, English major, music aficionado, and St. Mary's college student with me. Late nights would find Greg plucking his guitar and vocal chords whilst picking people's brains about their spiritual conditions. This guy has a incomparable passion and a unique musical gift. He offers both of these in submission to his savior as a sacrifice of worship.

Daniel Coulbourne is the eldest son of Craig and Ree, missionaries to Japan, currently residing in Liberty's missions house. Ever since arriving back in the U.S. Daniel has been using his musical giftedness to help God's people come and worship him. Daniel's artistic ingenue is matched only by his prophetic passion to challenge laccadaisacal Christianity.

This event isn't officially sponsored by the youth ministry but I thought it was worthy of note. The time and content of this event would be more for high school age youth and adults.