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Over the past few months we’ve been doing something a little be different with our kinships.  We’ve been meeting as a large group here in Ithaca (with a satellite group in Cortland) and talking about various items that are core to who we are as a church. While this has been a great experience, it has been […]

by bob

Apr 11, 2011

Over the past few months we’ve been doing something a little be different with our kinships.  We’ve been meeting as a large group here in Ithaca (with a satellite group in Cortland) and talking about various items that are core to who we are as a church.

While this has been a great experience, it has been difficult

Well, our time is almost over.  In fact, we’ll have only 3 more meetings before this semester comes to a close. The schedule looks like this:
April 14 – Regular Class
April 21 – Off for Easter Week
April 28 – Regular Class
May 5 – Last Regular Class
May 12 – End of semester Celebration (more details to come!)

Our summer kinship semester will be starting up the week of June 20th, and sign ups will begin on Sunday, June 5th.

Now between the end of the spring semester, and the start of the summer semester, we are going to be holding a 4-week training class.  If you are interested in becoming a kinship leader, or a kinship coordinator, please contact me. If you are interested in hosting a kinship this semester, I’d love to hear from you too!

Summer is always a bit hit or miss due to vacations and such.  But we are planning on having some options this summer, that even if you’re gone a bit will work for you.

We’ll be sharing more info over the next few weeks!

What about Bob?

bob

I grew up in Western New York and have started and led missional church planting efforts for a little over 30 years. As you might gather, I have opinions about the church, and I share some of them here.

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