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FELLOWSHIP MEAL & WEDNESDAY NIGHT SMALL GROUPS ARE ON SUMMER BREAK TILL AUGUST 2017!
Wednesday night fellowship meal and activities will start back on August 16, 2017
FELLOWSHIP MEAL & WEDNESDAY NIGHT SMALL GROUPS WINTER, 2017
FELLOWSHIP MEALS & WEDNESDAY NIGHT SMALL GROUPS
6:00 p.m. Fellowship Meal
6:45 p.m. Children’s Group (Rooms 103 & 105, Andrea Ball)
6:45 p.m. Youth Group (Youth House, Liles Taylor and Evan Rowe)
6:45 p.m. Visitation & Outreach Group (Ministry Center, Allen Dobson)
6:45 p.m. Run/Jog/Walk Group (Ministry Center Foyer, Kendra Harvey)
6:45 p.m. The History of Baptists (107, Joy Arnold and Steve Hadden)
6:45 p.m. Sacred Rhythms (109, Adam Reed)
6:45 p.m. Intro to MBC (111, Evan Rowe)
CHILDREN’S GROUP (Rooms 103 & 105, Leader: Andrea Ball)
Wednesday evenings this spring promise to be full of fun, fellowship, and interactive learning for our children. We invite you to
bring your children each Wednesday Night for Children’s Small Group at 6:45 following the fellowship meal. Hope to see you
there! This group will meet in room 105, the green room. Please see Andrea for more information.
YOUTH GROUP (Youth House, Leader: Liles Taylor/Evan Rowe)
Midway Baptist Church has a ministerial staff devoted to the spiritual nurturing of youth. The MBC Youth Group is a family of
middle and high school students eager to grow and learn through Christ: with a heart for making a difference in the lives of others
and caring for one another. All Youth are invited to join us Wednesday evenings at 6:45 p.m. for Small Group Bible Study,
service projects, and activities. See Evan Rowe for more information about our youth program.
VISITATION AND OUTREACH GROUP (Ministry Center, Leader: Allen Dobson)
The Wednesday night visitation and outreach group will be continuing their outreach in during the fall semester. The group
meets each Wednesday evening after the dinner to visit shut-ins, members, and prospects around the Midway area. Group
members pack up a box dinner from the Wednesday night meal for the shut-in they plan to visit that evening. After prayer at
6:45, we will take a dinner to each shut-in and, if invited, we will stay for a short visit. We try to team up in pairs for each visit.
Come join our faithful volunteers: Derek Ball, Sam Conder, Allen Dobson, Bill McGregor and Kenny Tackett, as well as others.
Please feel free to contact Bill McGregor or Evan if you have any questions.
Ministry Center Foyer, Leaders: Kendra Harvey
Do you like to walk? Do you like to jog? Do you like to run? If you answered yes to any one of these three questions,
then please consider joining the Run/Jog/Run Wednesday night group. We will meet in the foyer outside the ministry
center. We will have walkers, joggers and runners of all paces. Kendra Harvey will be leading the groups. If you have
an infant or child, feel free to bring a stroller with you. We will leave the church at 6:45 and everyone is free to run/jog/
walk with others around Midway. Most everyone will run/jog/walk for about an hour, but you are welcome to do so for
less or more time depending on your goal. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Evan Rowe.
THE HISTORY OF BAPTISTS
Room 107, Leader; Joy Arnold and Steve Hadden
Have you ever asked yourself, “So what is a Baptist anyway?” “Where did we come from?” “How did Baptist begin?”
Well then this is the small group for you. Joy and Steve and perhaps a special guest or 2 will explore the History of
Room 109, Leader; Adam Reed
In this small group you will be reading Ruth Haley Barton’s book: “Sacred Rhythms: Arranging Our Lives for Spiritual
Transformation.” Spiritual disciplines open us to God’s transforming love and the changes that only God can bring in
our lives. Picking up on the monastic tradition of creating a “rule of life” that allows for regular space for the practice
of the spiritual disciplines, this book takes you more deeply into understanding seven key disciplines along with practical
ideas for weaving them into everyday life. The choice to establish your own sacred rhythm is the most important
choice you can make with your life.
INTRO TO MBC
Room 111, Leader: Evan Rowe
Are you new to the church? Or perhaps you just want a refresher course on just who MBC is. Then come join Evan and
learn about just who we are at MBC. What does ‘God Love Serve’ stand for? What is Mission Midway? What are
these backpacks people keep talking about? Who are the WMU? Why do we go to Haiti? These are just a few of the topics we will explore.