LEARN HOW TO BE A BUDDY
In our ongoing efforts to better care for those with special needs, we are now seeking youth and adults interested in becoming a Sunday morning buddy. No previous experience is required – only the desire to interact, relate, and communicate with others at Saint Luke’s. Two one-hour training sessions have been scheduled for Sunday March 3 and Sunday, March 10 – both are from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. in the Session Room. Pick the one that suits your schedule, as both will present the same information. Even if you’re not focused on being a buddy, you’re still invited to come learn more about what it’s like to support those a little different from yourself. SLPC member Armann Fenger, will be our trainer in both sessions. Armann is the Executive Director of Learning on the Log, an organization which provides inclusive therapeutic social skills programs for both typical developing and special needs children. Armann is also a Licensed Professional Counselor. Contact [email protected] with any questions.
Online registration for ROAR Vacation Bible School will begin on March 1! The drumbeats of our African safari will begin on Monday, June 10 and continue through Thursday, June 13. VBS “in the Saint Luke’s village” is for ages 3 (by September 1, 2018) through current 3rd grade. Kids in current 4th and 5th grades will enjoy daily adventures “in the wild” as they serve the community. All kids will discover that “life is wild, God is good”. For more information, please contact [email protected].
YOUTH RECITAL, MARCH 10: CALL FOR PERFORMERS
Any youth (grades 1 through 12) who play an instrument or sing, and would like to perform a piece/song that they have learned for an audience, are invited to participate in the Saint Luke’s Youth Recital on March 10 at noon in the Chapel. Deadline to submit your name, title, composer, and accompanist needed (yes/no) is Sunday, March 3. For more information, contact Clair Maxwell at [email protected]