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Apr
27
Aug 28

MOPS & MOMSNext Registration

Calling ALL moms! Whether you have preschool, elementary, middle school or high school children, there is a place for you in MOPS or MOMSNext to receive support, make new friends and grow in your faith – as a mom and a woman!

MOPS and MOMSNext provide places for moms of kids at any age to find fellowship and to grow in faith. MOPS is open to all moms of babies through kindergartners. Daytime groups meet twice each month on Mondays, the evening group meets twice a month on Wednesdays. MOMSNext has a daytime group for moms of elementary aged children meeting Monday mornings, a daytime group for moms of middle/high school children also meeting Monday mornings and an evening group for moms of all school aged children, meeting Tuesday evenings.  

Register here April 27th - August 28th. Fall session begins September 2017.

If childcare is provided, you will receive an email with a link to childcare registration after you register.

Questions? Contact Libby Peterson here.

We look forward to having you join the great work God is doing through MOPS and MOMSNext!  

May
30
7:00 pm19:00

Gospel Basics for MOPS

Join other MOPS moms for this four week class that gives you and opportunity to learn more about Jesus. We'll explore the Gospel message together in meaningful and personal ways. If you are new to leadership in MOPS, this class is recommended as well!

The class will be held from 7:00 - 8:30 pm on Tuesday evenings: May 30, June 6, 13 and 20.

Register here until May 26.

Jun
4
Aug 27

Parents! Summer Reading and Book Discussion

Parents and grandparents! This summer, Children’s Ministry will be focusing on honor in their Sunday morning classes. We will be using The Honor Club Curriculum written by Dr. Scott Tuansky and Mrs. Joanne Miller.  

To accompany this curriculum we are selling the parent resource book, Say Goodbye to Whining, Complaining, and Bad Attitudes…in you and your kids!  This book will be sold for $10 every Sunday in the Connector Hall from June 4th thru August 13th. Or click here to purchase your book online.

Parenting is the most important job given to us, but it’s hard and many times frustrating. Learn how to instill honor into your family life, and win the war on whining, bad attitudes, meanness, and bickering.

Pastor Matt Guertin and his wife Devon will host a discussion time on Tuesday, August 8 (childcare provided - look for registration soon). This will be a time to share your own thoughts and ideas on the book. Time will also be spent introducing you to several resources to help parents come together, and support one another during these childrearing years.

Questions? Contact Julie Hazlett here.

Jun
8
6:30 pm18:30

Date Night: Let's Talk About It

Put Thursday June 8th on your calendar and invite your spouse to a date night out!

During this evening event, couples will learn why God cares about sexual intimacy and how to work together to overcome common obstacles. Everyone in attendance will also be able to text in their questions anonymously for a live Q&A! This evening will have a good mix of laughter, time to focus on your marriage, and Biblical teaching around sexuality & marriage.

The evening will be led by Dr. Juli Slattery, President of Authentic Intimacy who will be joined by MC, Hannah, Nitz. At Grace Church in Bath, OH. $30 per couple.

Information and registration here.

Questions? Contact Libby Peterson here.

Jun
17
7:00 am07:00

Running with a Mission

Presented by The Sherwin-Williams Women's Club Benefitting Laura's Home Women's Crisis Center.

Calling all runners, families, and businesses looking to celebrate healthy people and healthy communities! Sherwin-Williams Women’s Club and The City Mission present one of the most fun races of the summer at the Cleveland Metropark Zoo.

This event is filled with fun children’s activities like face painting, games, a kid’s run, dancing, and much more. Older participants can enjoy the 5k course or 1 mile walk through the zoo, along with snacks and entertainment before and after the race.

Keep the party going with free post-event admission to the zoo. Individual, corporate, and family registration is available, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to support The City Mission and Clevelanders in crisis, all while having a blast with your neighbors.

Click here for registration and information.

For corporate teams or large group registrations, contact Amanda here.

Jun
25
12:15 pm12:15

Centennial Celebration Picnic

A good old fashioned fun time for all! Hot dogs, burgers and pot luck picnic (Folks with last names from A-L should bring a salad or side, last names from M-Z should bring dessert. Please keep in mind food cannot be refrigerated. Food drop-off will be in the Connector Hall the day of the picnic). There will be game booths, a barber shop quartet and more. Don’t miss this time of celebration for 100th Anniversary of our church.

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS! If you would like to get involved by helping with set-up/tear down, grilling, or working at a game booth, email Sally Gerycz here.  (Note: a great opportunity for a family, small group or Bible Study class to serve together)

Questions? Contact Sally Gerycz here.

Aug
4
6:00 pm18:00

Summer 2017 Respite Event (register to attend or serve)

Respite - Special Needs Ministry at Bay Presbyterian Church

As a church we host a free quarterly event that has made church more meaningful for families with special needs. It's called Respite, and it's a two and a half hour event (three hours for volunteers) that gives parents and caretakers a break from their everyday lives.

For some parents Respite nights are the only date nights they get all year. This means so much to the families that come that we don't want you to miss your opportunity to get involved in giving someone a much needed break.

At Respite, kids spend time doing all sorts of activities and it takes volunteers to keep those activities going. That's where you come in. Whether you're a teenager or a retired adult, there is a long list of roles that you can fill ranging from specialist roles to first-time volunteers with no experience. Anybody can find a place to serve, including you.


Our next event is Friday, August 4, and if you want to plug in and get involved in the life of the church in a new way, click the button to serve.

If you're a parent of a child with special needs and you want your child (and siblings) to attend this Respite event, click the attend button. (Please note: each child attending Respite needs a separate registration.)


Questions?

Contact Beth Golik (bgolik@baypres.org)


May
25
7:00 pm19:00

Worship & Prayer

In a relaxed and lingering environment, we will talk to God, listen, and pursue intimacy with Christ and each other.

Questions? Jess Fischer here.

May
23
7:00 pm19:00

Understanding Mental Illness & Suicide Awareness

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) brings a message of hope through a free, informative event to BPC. Join us to learn more about symptoms of mental illness and suicide awareness.

In Room W211.

Questions? Contact Kathi Bangham here or call 440.871.3822 X141.

Bay Presbyterian Church - 25415 Lake Road, Bay Village, OH 44140 -  440.871.3822