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Week of July 17

Here’s what SOMA’s up to:




July 23rdWorship Gathering & Fellowship Meal

This week we are back to meeting at our regular time of 11:15am at The Well (1401 6th Ave) to share conversation, pray and sing together. Kathy Kinzer-Downs will be preaching this week. After the service, we will share in a fellowship meal together.

4:15pm – Kid’s Movie Night

All elementary-aged kids are invited to come to The Well from 4:15-6:45pm on Sunday, July 23. We will be showing a kid-friendly movie and providing dinner. All kids must have an activity release form on file in order to stay for the event.



Farmers’ Market – Monday, July 17th

Municipal Parking Lot, Corner of 8th Avenue & 12th Street. Every Monday from 3:30-6:30pm.

Men’s Night – Monday, July 17th

Every Monday @ 6:30pm at The Well will be a Men’s Night for guys to meet, hang out, and encourage each other. All men are welcome!

Garden Work Night – Wednesday, July 19th

Each Wednesday we will have our summer community garden work nights. Meet at the garden (located at 15th St & 1st Ave) from 5-7pm to help out!


Summer Youth Dance Class – Thursday, July 20th

This dance class is for all kids and youth ages 5 and up! We will be exploring Modern Dance techniques while we cultivate our creativity and strengthen our choreographic voice! Taught by Julia Crawford Bacon, the class will be held at The Well from 5:30 – 6:30pm each Thursday from June 22 – August 3. Join in when you can! Cost is $5 per class. Email crawford.julia@gmail.com to register or just show up. Fliers and registration forms available on the SOMA table.

Women’s Movement Group – Thursday, July 20th

This summer we are going to keep moving and celebrating our stories. Don’t let fear keep you. Come dance. 7:00-8:00pm at The Well. Pay what makes you happy! ($5-$10/class suggested)

Family Movie Night – Thursday, July 20th

Chippewa United Methodist Church Community Life Center, 118 McMillen Avenue, Beaver Falls. Bring the entire family for fun playing games, roasting marshmallows and hotdogs, sing songs and end the evening with an outdoor movie. Don’t forget your chairs or blanket. Sign up by calling 724-843-4828. 8pm

Drop In Hours – Friday, July 21st

Join in our Friday open hours at The Well! Anyone is welcome to come use the space. This week we will be open from 10am – 3pm (instead of 4pm) to make space for the 5 Day Club.



Community Crime Watch Day – August 5

Beaver Falls’ annual Community Crime Watch Day is happening on Saturday, August 5th, from 6-9pm at Geneva College. The day is full of family-friendly activities and safety demonstrations. The event concludes with a fireworks display.            Help Needed: SOMA is in charge of kids games for this event. If you are able to help out with either planning or running games at the event, contact kristen.slebodnik@gmail.com 

Open Hours Volunteers Needed

We are looking for some more volunteer staff for Open Hours at The Well, especially with extended Friday hours and summer schedules. Contact Dave (daveslebodnik@gmail.com) if you are available to lend your time on Friday mornings/afternoons once a month.






We are recording our Sunday messages once again! You can listen to them here. That same link can also be found at the bottom of our website.




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.

Rides for Tyler and Maci

The Pattersons are looking for help with getting transportation to and from appointments. They live in New Brighton. If you are able to help out, get in touch with Dave Slebodnik (724-875-7286).


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.

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