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Volunteer at the Family Ministry Center with Building Hope In The City's Summer Enrichment Program

If you're looking for a way to get involved at the Family Ministry Center, consider volunteering with Building Hope In The City's Summer Enrichment Program on Wednesdays from 10:30am-3:00pm. There are three ways to serve: Tutors, Lunch Providers, and Pen Pals. This enrichment program serves 25-30 children each week. There are two training sessions coming up on June 1st and June 8th. Find out more details by contacting Laurie Kubiak (, or 216.281.4673).

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Golf Scramble for Young Life

Play golf in a fundraiser to help Young Life continue to reach out to the young people of Northeast Ohio. Young Life helps people take the first step in a life-long journey; choices they make today, based on God’s love for them, have an impact on future decisions - careers chosen, marriages formed, families raised.

This golf event plays a pivotal role in the financial stability of Young Life by helping fund the daily operations, future start-up opportunities, and many other needs we have in the area.

Come play golf at Valley of the Eagles Golf Club in Elyria on Friday, July 12th.

Find out more & register here.

Contact Austin Chelko (440.655.1295, or with questions.

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Ambassadors Soccer Camp

Bay Pres loves soccer, and we've got an opportunity for you to get involved with Ambassadors Soccer camps taking place at Madison Park in Lakewood July 30th-August 3rd. Camps are designed to give developing players an opportunity to learn basic and advanced skills in a fun, positive, encouraging Christian environment. If you want to find out more, stop by the table in the Connector Hall after service on Sunday June 16th and 23rd, or get in touch with Suzanne Dannemiller for more information ( 440.223.0379).

Find out more by watching this short video to see what Ambassadors is all about:

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Understanding Poverty Class

This training session provides insight and will deepen your understanding of people living in poverty and how to assist low-income people. Topics include research on the causes of poverty, personal models for life developed by those in the middle class vs. those in poverty and creating relationships for sustained change. This training is for anyone who would like to have a better understanding of everyday life for people in poverty, cycles of poverty and how to help people become self-sustaining to leave poverty. Advance registration is required.  Cost to attend is $15 and includes lunch. For more information, contact Sharon Schuldt, Director of Ministry Engagement at Building Hope In The City (216.281.4673).

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