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February 10 @ 4:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Southridge: St. Catharines Location
We want to see our entire community get together for our February Vision Night event with guest speaker, Jeff Manion, author of our community devotional, “Dream Big, Think Small.”
We’ve got a great night in store beginning with our Annual General Meeting, followed by a community pizza party, and capped off with a time of vision and inspiration!
(Not to mention, a MOVIE NIGHT for the kids!!!)
This is going to be a highlight of the year, so don’t miss out! Check out the details below.
Annual General Meeting
The AGM is an opportunity for the members of Southridge to participate in two very important annual affirmations: affirmation of the church operating budget and affirmation of the renewing elders to our Board of Elders. These are critical functions of our church membership. We invite all members to participate and non-members are more than welcome to come and observe the process. The AGM will run from 4:00-5:15pm.
After the AGM and before the Vision Night service, we will enjoy a community pizza party together from 5:15-6:00pm. All are welcome (even if you don’t make it for the AGM) and food is free!
Vision Night Service
At 6:00pm, our entire multi-site community will gather in the St. Catharines auditorium for our Vision Night service. It will be a time of singing and celebration as well as vision and inspiration from our guest speaker, Jeff Manion. Jeff is the pastor of Ada Bible Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and also the author of our fall devotional, “Dream Big, Think Small.” Jeff is a passionate leader and compelling communicator and we can’t wait for him to lead us further on our journey of living faithfully in the small things!
Movers & Shakers Movie Night
After our community pizza party at 5:15, all our Movers & Shakers kids will be having a movie night in the gym during the service. We’re going to be showing the movie Incredibles 2, enjoying some snacks, and it’s gonna be a blast!
Child care will also be available for nursery and pre-school kids.