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Archived Announcements

Maranatha Camp Annual Spring Fundraiser Banquet

Thu. 4/20, 6:30 p.m.
 
Join us at the Maranatha Conference Center for a special evening including a great meal, inspiring program, and an opportunity to support Maranatha financially. RSVP by visiting maranathacamp.org. Program is intended for adults; however, teens interested in helping with camp this summer may attend.


Kids Connect Changes on Easter Sunday

Sun. 4/16

No 252 (grades K-5) on Easter Sunday (Nursery, Toddler, and PreK will be available). Celebrate Jesus together as families at one of the four gatherings – 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11a.m., or 6 p.m.



Volun-Tour

Sunday, 4/9, at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., or 6 p.m., Common Ground

Are you looking to grow spiritually and connect with others? Check out the “Grow Through Serving” wall located in the foyer or attend the Volun-Tour today. This tour will show you all the great opportunities available to serve at Berean, meet in Common Ground south of the auditorium.



Food Sign-Up

Sunday, 4/9, Information Center

If you are interested in serving our church family on Easter Sunday by providing finger foods, please see Wanda or Becky at the Information Center to sign up.



Easter Sunday Gatherings

Our Easter celebration times for Sunday, 4/16, are 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m., and 6 p.m.



2017 Walk for Life: Discover Hope

Saturday, 5/6, Women’s Resource Center
Registration begins at 9:30 a.m., and the Walk will start at 10 a.m. Following the Walk will be lunch (provided by NebraskaLand Bank) from 11 a.m. – noon. We will also have a Family Fun Day with Fun Jumps, Balloon Animals, and much, much more!!! This will ALL take place at the Women’s Resource Center, 316 E. Front St. If you are interested in participating or have questions, please see us in the foyer or call 308-534-1440. We look forward to seeing you there!


Maranatha Camp Annual Spring Fundraiser Banquet

Thursday, 4/20, 6:30 p.m.
 
Join us at the Maranatha Conference Center for a special evening including a great meal, inspiring program, and an opportunity to support Maranatha financially.
RSVP by visiting maranathacamp.org. Program is intended for adults; however, teens interested in helping with camp this summer may attend.
 


Kids Connect Changes on Easter Sunday

Sunday, 4/16

No 252 (grades K-5) on Easter Sunday (Nursery, Toddler, and PreK will be available). Celebrate Jesus together as families at one of the four gatherings – 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11a.m., or 6 p.m.



Food Sign-Up

Sun. 4/2, Information Center

If you are interested in serving our church family on Easter Sunday by providing finger foods, please see Wanda or Becky at the Information Center to sign up.



Royal Family Kids Camp

Mon. 6/5-Fri. 6/9
Royal Family Kids Camp is a week-long Christian camp experience for foster children. This summer is our third year of being able to serve the foster children in the Lincoln County area. RFKC gives kids a week full of fun, safety, and peace in their otherwise crazy world. Moments matter for these children made by God, and we hope that, as we introduce these positive memories, Christ will empower these kids to break the cycle of abuse many of them come from. How can you be part of the RFKC team? Serve, give, and pray! For more information please come and see us in the foyer or contact Melissa Friedrich.


Mission Trip Information Meeting

Sun. 3/26, 12:30 p.m., Common Ground

Jeff Kautz will be sharing information on the upcoming mission trip opportunities available this summer in Nashville and Columbia. Please meet promptly after the second gathering.



Royal Family Kids Camp

Monday 6/5-Friday 6/9
Royal Family Kids Camp is a week-long Christian camp experience for foster children. This summer is our third year of being able to serve the foster children in the Lincoln County area. RFKC gives kids a week full of fun, safety, and peace in their otherwise crazy world. Moments matter for these children made by God, and we hope that, as we introduce these positive memories, Christ will empower these kids to break the cycle of abuse many of them come from. How can you be part of the RFKC team? Serve, give, and pray! For more information please come and see us in the foyer or contact Melissa Friedrich.