Another way of living...
continuing the work of Jesus, peacefully, simply, together.
Snow camp is fast approaching! Jan 27 - 29th
This coming Sunday - December 4th
Is the hanging of the Greens and drinking of the Wassail.
Come join us this Sunday for this yearly event!
Sadly, One of our own passed this past Monday.
Hal Lauridsen will be missed by all.
He lived a long and memorable life - of 95 years. Memorial services have not been set yet, but the family is planning on one at Olympic View in the near future. Pray for strength and healing for his family.
Junior and Senior Hi campers - this is the last week to register for Camp Koinonia. Camp is from August 7 - 13th. For more information go to the church website http://www.olympicchurch.org - click on Camp Koinonia.
olympicchurch.org Olympic View Community Church is excited to welcome our new community partner, Lan Zhang and the Sunny Language Academy preschool program. Sunny Language Academy is a unique Mandarin Chinese immersion program that will be utilizing classroom 111 on the lower level, with access from our back parking...
Our July / August newsletter is now online!
"...Divides blur in the common hue of blood shed in violence and vanish when we face the call of Christ to love and serve all our neighbors. In this season of escalating violence, the Brethren can again be a landmark of refuge like the simple bright walls of the Dunker meeting house on the Antietam battle field. It is not enough to add a hashtag or post an article on Facebook. We must return to the Scriptures that inform us about our work of caring for those who would be starved, stripped naked, and imprisoned. We must identify with the widow, the orphan, and the foreigner to our society. ... Today, we need to be disciples...."
The statement "When Lamentations Are Not Enough" is at www.brethren.org/news/2016/church-leaders-call-brethren-to-be-refuge-during-violence.html
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
ANNUAL MAPLE LEAF SUMMER SOCIAL
The annual Maple Leaf Summer Social will be held on Wednesday, July 27, in the Maple Leaf Park Family Terrace (the grassy area next to the playground equipment), from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
This is a fun, annual event and is a great opportunity for our community to come together, relax, visit with neighbors, and learn more about our community and city. So mark your calendars and stay tuned for more information.
Looking forward to seeing you there!!!!
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Open and affirming, ALL are welcome Sundays, 9 am in Hildebrand Hall (casual, contemporary service) and 11 am (more traditional service) in the Sanctuary.
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