While the summer has been busy at North Tonawanda’s Renewal Church with Mega Sports Camp, Canal Fest and regular Sunday worship gatherings, the Fall will continue with many activities.
Sunday worship gatherings at the church’s 530 Meadow Drive campus will move to 10:00AM starting on September 7.
“5th Quarter at Renewal” will be held after the home football games of the North Tonawanda Lumberjack’s (September 6, 13 20 and October 3) where kids who attended the game are invited to Renewal for fun, food, games and a short devotional message. Also, get ready for the dedication of a Habitat for Humanity home being built right here in NT for one of the Church’s members.
Be on the look-out for more Renewal events such as another “Single Mom’s Oil Change” in October, more activities for junior and senior high kids, opportunities for family connections, and special Sunday evening worship gatherings called “Resound,” a truly interactive worship experience on 5th Sundays (next one in November).
Lead Pastor Milo Wilson states that everything Renewal Church does is intended to make a difference in the community and share the message that Jesus Christ is alive and “in the business of transforming lives.”
Renewal Church exists to explore what it means to “ReDiscover FAITH in Jesus Christ, ReNew HOPE through relational discipleship communities, and ReAwaken LOVE for every man, woman and child that they may experience The Gospel.”
Switchfoot will be in concert (with special guests Gungor) on September 12 at the Landmark Theatre in Syracuse, New York. Brought to you by CNY Crossroads, the concert starts at 7pm, with doors opening at 6pm. The Landmark Theatre is located at 362 South Salina Street in Syracuse, and is in the middle of the state, so people from Buffalo, Rochester, Utica and Albany can easily attend! Order your tickets today by clicking on the graphic above, or by calling 315-214-7333.
The Teacher’s Desk will be giving away 10 pencils to each and every Buffalo Public School student to give them a good start to the school year. That would be 345,000 pencils. During the 2013-2014 academic year, The Teacher’s Desk, located at 22 Northampton St. in Buffalo, serves 3700 teachers, 205 schools, and 84,000 students with donated school supplies and more. Teachers who work in schools where poverty is rampant end up at The Teacher’s Desk where they fill up carts of school supplies– typically $800 worth per shopping trip– and take all that stuff to their school for FREE! Almost $3 million dollars worth of supplies have been donated/collected for school teachers in Buffalo, and lovingly put in a store-like space for teachers to come and get the things their students need to succeed at learning. Over 15,000 volunteer hours make The Teacher’s Desk happen. The ministry has even been featured on The Steve Harvey Show, for doing such amazing things in Buffalo. For more info, email email@example.com.
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