Ennouncements: August 11th, 2012

This Week at Humble Walk

Wild Week at Adam's Park (behind Adam's Elementary School on Chatsworth Ave) August 13-16, 2012 3PM Set up and leaders meeting 3:30 Games, art, more 5:00 Catered dinner served Free Monday: Carnival Tuesday: Water play Wednesday: Artfest Thursday: Tie dye and more

Leaders needed! Just show up at 3PM and we'll put you to work.

Worship Sunday, August 12  Kick off of Wild Week, Justin Rimbo leads our music train. Sunday, August 19 Nate Houge leads music Sunday, August 25  Worship looks like a pizza feast at Hot City (corner of Randolph Ave and W 7th)...the celebration of Summer Homework weekend.

Summer Homework 3, Saturday, August 25 A weekend of community service for homeowners in the West End. Now looking for projects and volunteers. See Matt Holm or Nate Houge for details.

Coming this Fall and Winter and Summer Next: Women's retreat weekend at Bay Lake Camp, Nov 2-4 All ages winter retreat at Bay Lake Camp MLK weekend (Jan. 18-22) All ages family camp at Bay Lake Camp, June 20-23, 2013

Summer Hours for Jodi. This summer, I am working Sunday-Wed. (Putting the part back in part-time). If there is a delay in my response to you—know that I will respond Sun-Wed. Read more here: http://humblewalkchurch.org/2012/06/11/im-working-less/

Humble Walk Hires People: Thanks to a grant from St Andrew's Lutheran Church, we have hired a fine cast of characters to lead our summer of mischievous fun and revolutionary acts of love. Welcome...

1. Casey Linstad, Summer Wild Things Coordinator. Casey will coordinate our wild rumpus activities in the hood. Casey brings energy, non-threatening invitations and joy.

2. Matt Holm and  3. Nate Houge, Co-leaders of Summer Homework. These two fellas bring experience, the ability to utilize volunteers and a love for neighbors.

4. Justin Rimbo, Art and Worship Coordinator. Justin will spend the next year making sure we have art in worship. Justin brings a love for all kinds of worship, theological prowess and a knack for taking risks.