Glynn Visual Arts supports our local food bank, America’s Second Harvest, through our pottery program in which we offer classes for students to come in & make a bowl then donate it to the Handmade for the Hungry/Empty Bowl Project.
After the bowls are made and donated, the project culminates with a soup dinner at GVA in which individuals may come in & buy a hand made bowl to take home & receive a soup dinner & all the fixin’s. All proceeds from sales of the bowls & dinner are donated to America’s Second Harvest. It’s fun to make the bowls & fun to come to the dinner & see all the creativity in our community, knowing it’s for a great cause!
Hand Made for the Hungry/Empty Bowl Pottery Classes are $20.00 per person & will take place
from 6:00pm to 7:30pm at GVA on the following Tuesday nights:
August 23rd & 30th
Sept. 13th & 20th
Join your friends at College Place UMC, 3890 Altama Avenue, Brunswick, beginning Sunday, July 23rd – Wednesday, July 26th from 6 PM – 8 PM for Operation Rescue 2017 VBS!
Register your kids at VBSMate.com
Join area business people on Thursdays at Olive Garden to hear and inspiring message and to network with other business people.
Everyone is welcomed.
The event is free unless you choose to eat lunch.
12:15-12;30- Introduce yourself
12:30-1:00- Free networking
More information @ biblestudyforbusiness.com
Schools of Kings are being hosted nationwide, drawing from our book “Crown & Throne.” Many of the turnarounds prophesied in this book are coming to pass before our eyes in our hometown of Washington DC. Though tumultuous, it very exciting. No King but Jesus!
School of Kings Conference with Jon & Jolen Hamil will be @ Remnant Church, 4429 New Jesup Highway, Friday, July 28 – Sunday, July 30
Learn more @ theremnantmovement.com
Join Milk Carton on a String for a night of art, film, music, dance and more on Saturday, July 29th, 7 PM @ the Ritz Theater in Historic Downtown Brunswick.
“A movement linking the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere to the Golden Isles.” Milk Carton on a String. 100% of proceeds go to Creative Arts Eduction in Leogane, Haiti.
Learn our story and buy tickets @ MilkCartonOnAString.com or call 912.223.4480
The Encounter Youth Choir from Alton, Illinois, will be visiting southeast Georgia to close out their 45th season. The group will present the musical “At the Cross (Love Ran Red)” by Bradley Knight at three free performances July 30, 31 and August 1. “Tour,” as it’s called by the group, will not only include performances but also service work, retreat and worship time, and local tourist activities.
A ministry of the Main Street United Methodist Church in Alton, Illinois, Encounter began its 45th season on Easter Sunday and presents more than a dozen performances from April to August. The pre-season began in January with a mixer for returning and potential members, and the following week continued with the introduction of the musical and the first rehearsal. The group practiced each Sunday evening through Palm Sunday, then held an all-day rehearsal on Good Friday. In addition to rehearsals each week, there is group worship time and small group Scripture study, and a dinner prepared by parents.
The performance schedule in Georgia is:
Sunday, July 30th – singing selections at both morning services (9:00 and 10:45) at Wesley United Methodist Church 6520 Frederica Road St. Simons Island, GA 31522.
Monday, July 31st – singing full performance at 7pm Strickland Auditorium Epworth by the Sea 100 Arthur J Moore Drive St Simons Island, GA 31522
Tuesday, August 1st – singing full performance at 7:30pm. Ritz Theater 1530 Newcastle Street. Brunswick, GA 31520
Register weekly for a chance to win this month’s prize.
Winner will be drawn on Monday, July 31st.