Here's What WE're DOING IN The Loft This Month!
Believe it or not, we are in the final weeks of our weekly programming for the school year here at bcc|youth! That’s why we wanted to do something fun and special each and every week for the month of May!
SUNDAY, MAY 6
45 Kids Dismissed at 10:00!
- Bring work gloves and dress for the weather
- We’ll be outside performing light yard work and picking up trash. As you may know, Brad’s mother (Denisa) is the Librarian at Roosevelt Elementary. She has been volunteering with us this past year and needs some extra help around the school.
- We’ll provide water for kids and a snack after we’re done (Let’s be honest, it’ll probably donuts)
- Students will be dismissed from the worship service at 10:00 and be back at Noon.
SUNDAY, MAY 13
45 Kids Dismissed at 10:00 to help set up for intergeneration breakfast
One of the values we have as a church is being intergenerational. For us, this means we intentionally connect different ages to one another with the goal of building relationships. On May 13, our 4th-5th Graders, Middle School and High School students will host a breakfast for our church. I have a feeling it will be one of your favorite Sundays of the year! Parents, if you’re interested, please join our students on May 13 for a light breakfast and fellowship in the gym!
SUNDAY, MAY 20
45 Kids NOT Dismissed
WORLD VISION 6K FOR WATER
Join us for the Global 6K for Water, which BCC will be coordinating at Lake Padden on May 20th following our Sunday service. You can register by going to our church team page and clicking on the “Join Our Team” link. The cost is $50 per adult and $25 per child under 18. These funds will get you a race shirt, a personalized bib with the name and picture of a child who is benefiting from your donation, and a finisher’s medal in addition to providing needed funds for life-transforming water projects for those in need. The 6K is open to runners and walkers of all ages and abilities; we’ve even charted out shorter courses for those who aren’t able to go a full 6K!
Six kilometers (3.7 miles) is the average distance that people in developing countries need to walk for fresh water, so by walking or running the 6K, we can show solidarity with them and raise funds for clean water projects at the same time! As a Covenant church, our funds will go to support communities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where our Covenant Kids Congo sponsorship program is already operating. In addition to clean water projects, Covenant Kids Congo and World Vision provide an array of programs and services aimed at helping disadvantaged communities to thrive—economically, socially and spiritually.
SUNDAY, MAY 29
10:00 AM @ BEllingham high school
ONE SPIRIT WORSHIP SERVICE
Together we will worship with many Whatcom County congregations through music, the Word through the preaching, and by partaking in Communion as a wider body of Christ. An offering will be taken to support a local ministry in town.
All ages are invited and welcome at worship. Nursery care available for children up to 3 years old and Sunday school for children up to 6 years old.