Humor and drumming at NYAC - what more could you ask for?
Walt Wiltschek joins worship leadership line-up!
The list of people who will share their gifts with us during worship at NYAC continues to expand! Most recently, Walt Wiltschek, Messenger Editor in real life and comedian at heart, signed on. We look forward to benefitting from Walt’s gifts of humor!
Calling all drummers
If you have a drum and like to play, please bring it and your enthusiasm to NYAC! There will be plenty of opportunities for impromptu drumming sessions, and we hope to use drums as a regular part of our worship music. If you would like to be involved in worship through drumming or some other musical ability, please contact Becky in the NYAC Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Don’t forget about “Hogs for Heifers”
A group of young adults from the Church of the Brethren are organizing a charity motorcycle ride to sponsor Heifer Project. There is no initial cost for the ride, but riders will be responsible for food and gasoline cost as well as providing their own transportation. In order to raise money for Heifer Project, riders will ask individuals to sponsor them. The hope is to raise a thousand dollars. If you are a young adult on the fringe, what better way to experience the beauty of God's creation than to ride through it, rain and sun, for a week and a half? All are welcome and any bike is welcome. For information on registering for the ride or how to become a sponsor, please contact Paul Liepelt at (765-977-4513) or via email at email@example.com.
Registration climbs steadily
As of today, Feb. 6, 160 people have completed the online registration form! If you’ve registered, remember that your spot will not be reserved until your deposit of at least $125 is received in the NYAC Office. If you haven’t registered, remember that you need to be one of the next 340 people to complete the form and mail your deposit in order to be guaranteed a spot. Don’t miss this opportunity!
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Becky Ullom, NYAC Coordinator
800-323-8039, x 286