Summer is such a great time to renew old friendships and start new ones. Everyone seems to just be more relaxed and have time to enjoy a barbeque, baseball game, camping or picnic. It’s at hang-out events like these that we are able to connect on a more personal level.
With that in mind, we’ve planned just those events as a church family over the next few weeks of summer. So grab your calendar and make plans for some relaxed friendship time with your Mosaic family as well as some of our city neighbors downtown. Here’s the line-up:
- Sunday, July 26th—All-church picnic at noon at Coeur d’Alene Park (in Brown’s Addition here in Spokane) following our worship We'll meet at the corner of 3rd Ave and Spruce street, near the splash pad. Bring chairs or a blanket to sit on as there are NO picnic tables! Kids can enjoy the splash pad, so have them bring a suit! Please go to http://www.perfectpotluck.com/meals.php?t=RVIZ0538 to sign up for an item or two for this potluck.
- Sunday, August 2nd--$5 will get you a seat at the Spokane Indian’s baseball game against Eugene at 3:30 p.m. Your reservation needs to be in by this Saturday so please call the church office (747-3007) and let Menesia know or email Menesia at
- Sunday, August 9th—Barbeque with Pioneer Pathways at the Lewis & Clark High School green up the street (Howard). If you want to get to know some of our neighbors from the Pioneer Building and see what God is doing in their lives, plan to join us for hamburgers and hotdogs at 1:00 p.m. We’ll be hosting this event for the Pioneer Building so plan on donating a few bucks to help with food if you can.
- Friday-Saturday, August 14-15—All-church overnight campout at the Repsold lake place on Lake Coeur d’Alene. Bring your housing (tent, camper, RV or bed roll under the stars), your food, your swimwear and your favorite yard games for this 28-hour event (starting Friday at 5 p.m. until Saturday at 9 p.m.). Go to http://mosaicspokane.com/event/2015-08-14-lake-day-and-campout/ to register.
We’re back into the book of Galatians this weekend. So if you want to refresh your memory, I encourage you to read the first three chapters before Sunday. And bring your pot-luck item for the after-church picnic.
See you soon!