Picnic in the Park
September 16th | 3:00pm
Historians agree that the English word “picnic” comes from the French term “pique-nique”, which was used from the mid-1600s on to describe families who brought their own food when enjoying the great outdoors. Up until Victorian times, picnics were primarily a pursuit of the wealthy as picnics often consisted of cold roast beef, four meat pies, cheesecakes and one large cold plum pudding.
Today, cold fried chicken, chilled watermelon and ice tea are all hallmarks of modern-day picnics, as well as that ubiquitous favorite, potato salad.
Bring your picnic basket and join the Family Foundations for one of the last events of the summer on September 16th at Glencoe City Park from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
All families, all ages are invited!
Contact Ray Mehringer with any questions.
September 29th | 9:00am
What is your calling as a parent?
In the midst of folding laundry, coordinating carpool schedules, and breaking up fights, many parents get lost. In this streaming on September 29th, Paul Tripp presents the big picture view of God's plan for us as parents. He will be sharing 4 new gospel principles that can radically change your family.
The book "14 Gospel Principles that can Radically Change your Family" and lunch will be provided for a registration fee of $20.
Seating is limited and childcare is provided.
Please contact Ray Mehringer with any questions.