Briefs: Go:Serve, Cameron Retrospective

Go:Serve a New NWC Mission Opportunity

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (February 10, 2014) — Families from churches around the Northwest Conference will have the opportunity to minister and learn together at the first-ever “Go:Serve” event to be held April 26.

Families will meet at Redeemer Covenant Church in the morning and then fan out across the city to ministry sites that include Feed My Starving Children, Brooklyn Park Area Youth Food Shelf, ARC Value Village, and the Sandwich Project. They will end the day with worship at Redeemer.

The event is targeted for families with children in pre-K through upper elementary school. Resources will be provided so families can learn together, debrief, and reflect on the experience.

Cost is $10 per family plus a donation for the youth food shelf. Registration packets have been mailed to churches but can also be downloaded. For more information and to download material click here.


Janet Cameron Retrospective First Wilson Abbey Show

CHICAGO, IL (February 10, 2014) — The first art show hosted by Wilson Abbey, the new performance theater and storefront coffee shop operated by Jesus People USA Covenant Church, will focus on the past.

CORNERSTONE: A Retrospective of Janet Cameron, Paintings, Prints, Album Covers, and More will highlight the artist’s work over 40 years. They include oils, watercolors, and various prints.

For years, Cameron acted as art director for Cornerstone magazine. The original artwork of magazine and album covers from the mid 1970s will be displayed as will other pieces of liturgical art.

The show opens with a reception at 6 p.m. Friday, February 14. An artist catalog and a free signed print will be given to the first 100 patrons. The show runs through Saturday, April 5. Hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sundays.

For more information, contact Nicole Fischer at (239) 560-8069 or by email.




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