Here’s what SOMA’s up to:
February 28th: Worship Gathering and Fellowship Meal
We will be meeting at the regular time (11:15am) & place (the Berkshire) to share conversation, pray and sing together. We will continue in our series talking about “Why we do what we do” and Kathy Kinzer-Downs will be joining us. After the service, we will share in a light fellowship meal.
January giving: $3,020
Monthly giving needed: 4,300
To set up an online giving schedule, click the online giving image on the right.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church in NYC has put together short devotionals for nearly every day during the season of Lent. You can find all of them here.
Check with your group’s facilitator to see if you’re meeting this week.
If you’d like to get more info about our Community Groups, visit here.
If you’d like to be a part of a Community Group, get in touch by replying to this email.
Work Day at the New Space – March 5
We will be holding another work day at the new building at 1401 6th Ave. Starting at 10am, we will continue to clean out items that belong to the former congregation. Please sign up at the back table in the Berkshire or comment below if you are able to help!
Lecrae Concert at Geneva – March 12
Hip-hop artist Lecrae will be performing at Geneva with special guests Liv Vice and D.J. Promote. The concert will be held in Methany Fieldhouse on Saturday, March 12th at 7:30pm. Tickets can be purchased through iTickets for $25.
Rend Collective Concert at Geneva – March 30
The Rend Collective, an Irish-folk worship band, will be performing at Geneva with Urban Rescue on Saturday, March 30th. The concert will be held in Methany Fieldhouse at 7:00pm. Tickets are discounted to $19 when purchased through Geneva at geneva.edu/concerts/rend-collective-2016\
Naming the space at 1401 6th Ave
We need a name for the new space at 1401 6th Ave and would like input from the whole community on what that should be! While we as a worshiping body will continue to be “SOMA,” the community center itself needs a name that communicates that it is a safe and meaningful multi-purpose space in the city. If you have ideas, please share them on your visitor cards.
Volunteers needed for Building UP
The Carnegie Free Library of Beaver Falls and TRAILS Ministries are partnering together to bring science-based programs to kids in kindergarten through middle school. The program is called Building UP and they are in need of volunteers to help! The program runs on certain Tuesdays from 4:15-5:30pm. If interested, please contact Christine Kroger (firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-513-3570) or reply to this email.
If you play an instrument (guitar, keyboard, percussion, etc), the Music Team could really use you!! Please reply to this email if you are interested in sharing your gifts with the SOMA community.
Sharing Testimonies & Art
If you would like to take some time during our weekly gathering to share your testimony of how God has worked in your life, read a poem, or show some of your artwork, please let us know! You can reply back to this email with what you’d like to share.
If you’ve got something to share with SOMA’s community by way of prayer request or a call for help from the body, let me know and I’ll put those here.
Betsy McGurgan had hip replacement surgery last week. Keep praying for her to heal well.
You can contribute financially toward SOMA’s mission, either one-time or regularly, by clicking here. The same link can also be found at the bottom of our webpage @ www.thesomagathering.org.