Halloween Family Festival | October 29th

On October 27, 2011, in High School Ministry, Students, by High School Ministry

Halloween Family Festival | October 29th
Shoreline is gearing up for our annual Halloween Family Festival, this year on Saturday, October 29th from 3:30-6:30 p.m. We will have fun Games, Bounce Houses, Trunk o’ Treat, Chowder Chow Down, and much more! This event is FREE, so please invite a couple families to join you. Food will be available for purchase. Family friendly costumes please! If you’d like to join our team or donate candy for this event, contact Roy Pina.

Halloween Family Festival | October 29th
Shoreline is gearing up for our annual Halloween Family Festival, this year on Saturday, October 29th from 3:30-6:30 p.m. We will have fun Games, Bounce Houses, Trunk o’ Treat, Chowder Chow Down, and much more! This event is FREE, so please invite a couple families to join you. Food will be available for purchase. Family friendly costumes please! If you’d like to join our team or donate candy for this event, contact Roy Pina.

Halloween Family Festival Volunteers Needed

On October 10, 2011, in Oxygen (Young Adults), by Young Adult


 

Halloween Family Festival | October 29th

Shoreline is gearing up for our annual Halloween Family Festival, this year on Saturday, October 29th from 3:30-6:30 p.m. We will have fun Games, Bounce Houses, Trunk o’ Treat, Chowder Chow Down, and much more! This event is FREE, so please invite a couple families to join you. Food will be available for purchase. Family friendly costumes please! If you’d like to join our team or donate candy for this event, contact Roy Pina.

They are going to need tons of help with this event as it pulls in hundreds of families from the Monterey Peninsula for fun and community. If you are interested in helping out with this huge ministry event, then contact Thomas Hugo or myself and let us know when you would be available and what you would like to do to help!


 

Halloween Family Festival | October 29th

Shoreline is gearing up for our annual Halloween Family Festival, this year on Saturday, October 29th from 3:30-6:30 p.m. We will have fun Games, Bounce Houses, Trunk o’ Treat, Chowder Chow Down, and much more! This event is FREE, so please invite a couple families to join you. Food will be available for purchase. Family friendly costumes please! If you’d like to join our team or donate candy for this event, contact Roy Pina.

They are going to need tons of help with this event as it pulls in hundreds of families from the Monterey Peninsula for fun and community. If you are interested in helping out with this huge ministry event, then contact Thomas Hugo or myself and let us know when you would be available and what you would like to do to help!

Outreach in October!

On October 20, 2010, in Community Outreach, by CommunityOutreach

ONGOING EVENTS IN OUTREACH…

THIS WEEKEND, some of our wonderful volunteers in Community Outreach went out to the Monterey Pines Convalescent Hospital and the Hamilton House Women’s Shelter to minister to the residents there in ways that we hope will impact them most with the love of Christ. 
Monterey Pines is a faithful group that is led by Jane Shaffer-MacDonald and Abraham Wilson. Abraham writes about what happens during these visits:

“The Monterey Pines Convalescent visits are conducted on the first and third Saturday of each month starting at 9:45 am and ending at 11:00 am. We fellowship with and average of 25 residents who attend our service. (there are approximately 100 residents at the facility.) We perform an actual Shoreline-type worship service comprised of 4 songs, prayer, scripture reading, 15-minute message and benediction. The intent of the service is to bring the Word of God to the residents at the various stages of their life and health. We are looking for volunteers who understand the importance of fellowship with the elderly and medically challenged. Having a good heart, compassionate spirit and understanding the importance of feeding all of God’s children is our primary function. Our most popular event is the Christmas service in which we provide presents for all attendees. On this day we give out lots of Bibles. We welcome all who would like to participate at any time of the year.”

Our next Convalescent Home Visit will be on Saturday, November 6th, from 9:45am-11:30am!
If you would like to come with us, are interested in getting involved with the Convalescent Home visits, or would simply like more information, please contact us at the church by phone or email and we will get you connected!

Our visits to the Hamilton House Women’s Crisis Shelter happens every first and third Sunday night. We just went this last Sunday night and had a fantastic time! These women who live in the house have gone through a lot and have come from some very different, but all very difficult life situations. We visit them and minister to them in various ways – from training times on how to budget finances, write a resume, succeed in a job interview, or apply makeup, to Bible studies and cookies and gifts and fellowship. Just spending time with the women does so much, but we are always looking for women in our church body who have specific gifts or talents or can use their career to help these women in transition. If you have some kind of skill, passion, gift, or career that you believe could benefit the women of the Hamilton House, or if you would just like to come visit with us, please contact us at the church. We show up around 7 p.m. and stay until around 8:30; it is an amazing thing to see God work through the women of Shoreline to minister to these precious ladies at the Hamilton House.

Our next Women’s Shelter Visit will be on Sunday, November 7th, from 7:00-8:30pm!
If you would like to come with us, are interested in getting involved with the Women’s Shelter visits, or would simply like more information, please contact us at the church by phone or email and we will get you connected!
COMING UP SOON is our Annual Halloween Family Festival, in which our Community Outreach Ministry plays a huge role! We have the privilege of organizing and taking on the always-popular “Trunk O’ Treat” feature, which serves as a mini replacement of door-to-door trick-or-treating. But, instead of houses decorated in Halloween fare, it will bet the trunks of your cars! Sign up at the booth to reserve a spot for your vehicle to be a part of this fun event! Or, you may consider signing up to be sign up to be a part of the trunk o’ treat committee, which will help with set up, tear down, and judging on best decorated trunk! Either way, this event will be one you will not want to miss!

ONGOING EVENTS IN OUTREACH…

THIS WEEKEND, some of our wonderful volunteers in Community Outreach went out to the Monterey Pines Convalescent Hospital and the Hamilton House Women’s Shelter to minister to the residents there in ways that we hope will impact them most with the love of Christ. 
Monterey Pines is a faithful group that is led by Jane Shaffer-MacDonald and Abraham Wilson. Abraham writes about what happens during these visits:

“The Monterey Pines Convalescent visits are conducted on the first and third Saturday of each month starting at 9:45 am and ending at 11:00 am. We fellowship with and average of 25 residents who attend our service. (there are approximately 100 residents at the facility.) We perform an actual Shoreline-type worship service comprised of 4 songs, prayer, scripture reading, 15-minute message and benediction. The intent of the service is to bring the Word of God to the residents at the various stages of their life and health. We are looking for volunteers who understand the importance of fellowship with the elderly and medically challenged. Having a good heart, compassionate spirit and understanding the importance of feeding all of God’s children is our primary function. Our most popular event is the Christmas service in which we provide presents for all attendees. On this day we give out lots of Bibles. We welcome all who would like to participate at any time of the year.”

Our next Convalescent Home Visit will be on Saturday, November 6th, from 9:45am-11:30am!
If you would like to come with us, are interested in getting involved with the Convalescent Home visits, or would simply like more information, please contact us at the church by phone or email and we will get you connected!

Our visits to the Hamilton House Women’s Crisis Shelter happens every first and third Sunday night. We just went this last Sunday night and had a fantastic time! These women who live in the house have gone through a lot and have come from some very different, but all very difficult life situations. We visit them and minister to them in various ways – from training times on how to budget finances, write a resume, succeed in a job interview, or apply makeup, to Bible studies and cookies and gifts and fellowship. Just spending time with the women does so much, but we are always looking for women in our church body who have specific gifts or talents or can use their career to help these women in transition. If you have some kind of skill, passion, gift, or career that you believe could benefit the women of the Hamilton House, or if you would just like to come visit with us, please contact us at the church. We show up around 7 p.m. and stay until around 8:30; it is an amazing thing to see God work through the women of Shoreline to minister to these precious ladies at the Hamilton House.

Our next Women’s Shelter Visit will be on Sunday, November 7th, from 7:00-8:30pm!
If you would like to come with us, are interested in getting involved with the Women’s Shelter visits, or would simply like more information, please contact us at the church by phone or email and we will get you connected!
COMING UP SOON is our Annual Halloween Family Festival, in which our Community Outreach Ministry plays a huge role! We have the privilege of organizing and taking on the always-popular “Trunk O’ Treat” feature, which serves as a mini replacement of door-to-door trick-or-treating. But, instead of houses decorated in Halloween fare, it will bet the trunks of your cars! Sign up at the booth to reserve a spot for your vehicle to be a part of this fun event! Or, you may consider signing up to be sign up to be a part of the trunk o’ treat committee, which will help with set up, tear down, and judging on best decorated trunk! Either way, this event will be one you will not want to miss!

Halloween Family Festival | October 30th

On October 5, 2010, in Featured-Auto, by Shoreline

Get ready for the Shoreline Annual Halloween Family Festival, this year on October 30th from 3:30-6:30 p.m. We will have fun carnival games, bounce houses, truck o’ treat, chili cook off, and many more surprises! This years event is FREE so please invite your friends to join you. Food will be available for purchase. Family friendly costumes please! If you’d like to join our team to help put this event on, please email Roy Piña.

Get ready for the Shoreline Annual Halloween Family Festival, this year on October 30th from 3:30-6:30 p.m. We will have fun carnival games, bounce houses, truck o’ treat, chili cook off, and many more surprises! This years event is FREE so please invite your friends to join you. Food will be available for purchase. Family friendly costumes please! If you’d like to join our team to help put this event on, please email Roy Piña.

10.26.09 Outreach Update

On October 27, 2009, in Community Outreach, by CommunityOutreach

COMheader0The holidays are officially here and Outreach is gearing up for a fantastic season of giving and sharing with not only our local community, but the world. We have a lot going on and wanted to let you know how YOU can get involved!

This weekend is full of fun and empowering events including Shoreline’s Halloween Family Festival, Shoreline Clean-Up Day and Women’s Shelter visit.

shorelinelogoBlackWEB0Shoreline Clean-Up Day is a vital part of the maintenance of our church and especially important around the holidays and after major events such as the Halloween Family Festival on Friday night. This month, Shoreline Clean-Up Day will be the day after the festival so we will have our work cut out for us. Please consider this opportunity to serve and, if you feel led, please join us from 9 a.m. to 2p.m. THIS Saturday, October 31st.

The food drive for the Monterey County Food Bank is still going on and we are looking for non-perishable and canned food. As an added bonus this year, local television station KION will be broadcasting LIVE from Shoreline on Wednesday, November 18th.  Please consider donation to this worthy cause and drop off your food either on Sundays or on November 18th during the broadcast.

If you are interested in any of these opportunities to serve, please contact Deb Federico or Megan Huff.

COMheader0The holidays are officially here and Outreach is gearing up for a fantastic season of giving and sharing with not only our local community, but the world. We have a lot going on and wanted to let you know how YOU can get involved!

This weekend is full of fun and empowering events including Shoreline’s Halloween Family Festival, Shoreline Clean-Up Day and Women’s Shelter visit.

shorelinelogoBlackWEB0Shoreline Clean-Up Day is a vital part of the maintenance of our church and especially important around the holidays and after major events such as the Halloween Family Festival on Friday night. This month, Shoreline Clean-Up Day will be the day after the festival so we will have our work cut out for us. Please consider this opportunity to serve and, if you feel led, please join us from 9 a.m. to 2p.m. THIS Saturday, October 31st.

The food drive for the Monterey County Food Bank is still going on and we are looking for non-perishable and canned food. As an added bonus this year, local television station KION will be broadcasting LIVE from Shoreline on Wednesday, November 18th.  Please consider donation to this worthy cause and drop off your food either on Sundays or on November 18th during the broadcast.

If you are interested in any of these opportunities to serve, please contact Deb Federico or Megan Huff.

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