2016-09-28 OneEightyOne Update

Tonight, Gym & Game Night, was a blast. It’s always fun when we have a chance to simply hang out, have fun, and connect. There’s plenty more of that coming this weekend at our 
In case you missed it last week, our fall calendar is out. The following attachment covers most of the activities from now until the end of the calendar year. As always, more info and signups are available on our website under “

Events & Calendar

“. Hard copies are available in the Youth Center.
2016 Fall Calendar

2016 Fall Calendar





Prophets & Kings
Sunday School meets in the Youth Center each week from 9:30-10:30 am. We’re working our way through the Bible chronologically with a study entitled,
“The Gospel Project”
. We’re currently studying the book of Isaiah.
  • ONE CONVERSATION: Parents – checkout this helpful resource. It’s designed to give you an overview of the lesson and provides you with discussion question so you can engage with them help reinforce what they’re learning.




10/1 Outdoor Movie Night

We’ll enjoy snacks, a fire, and watch our feature film: Woodlawn.

10/2 Youth Leaders & SLAM Team Meeting:

12:30-2:30 pm in the Youth Diner.

10/8-9 Boys Brigade & Pioneer Girls Campout @ Stony Glen:

The SLAM Team should meet at the church by 9:00 am on Saturday.

10/15 Minute To Win It Olympics

(Jr. High Only): 1:00-4:00 pm. Students in grades 7 & 8 are invited to join us for an afternoon of wacky games, contests, and prizes. The cost for this Junior High only event is $3.

10/19 Reverb Early Registration Deadline:

checkout this amazing all night event and save by registering early.

10/29 Fall Family Festival:

12:30-3:00 pm. Students are needed to help run game stations. Sign up in the Youth Center.

10/31 Cans for Good, 8:00-10:00 pm:

We’re flipping the script on Trick-or-Treat. Students are encouraged to collect nonperishable food items from their neighborhoods. We’ll sort and count the collections around the fire in the Cross of Hope Pavilion from 8-10 pm. Food donations will be distributed through the PHBC and Parma Heights food pantries.

11/2-4 Christian College Tour:

Attention upperclassmen – we’re going on a road trip to visit four Christian Universities. Join us for a trip that could change your future.

Keeping up online:

There are plenty of ways to find out what’s going on. This blog, emailed to you weekly is one of the best. Of course there are our printed updates through the bulletin (weekly), the Pulse (monthly), and In-Touch (quarterly). But now you can see updates from me, our leaders, and even the students. Follow us through the following links:



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