Sunday News Sheet
Vacation Bible School—June 17-21— Register Now
Calling all kids entering kindergarten through 5th grade! Registration is underway for Zionsville Fellowship’s Vacation Bible School, June 17-21! If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please call Katie Penola at 317-402-1910. Volunteers are also needed for VBS at Neighborhood Fellowship. Nursery workers are needed to help staff the room for children age 3 and under; guides are needed to shepherd the kids to the activity areas. Contact Gigi Calhoun, 317-652-4479, for details.
Life Centers’ Bottles for Babies
A little pocket change can bring big changes to lives! Zionsville Fellowship announces its annual participation in Life Centers' Bottles for Babies campaign. Here's how it works: pick up a baby bottle in the lobby, fill it with change/dollars or a check, and return it by Father's Day. It is also a great way for children to participate in saving the lives of unborn babies. Life Centers counsels women about pregnancy, shows them their babies through ultrasounds and shares the good news of Jesus' love, thereby saving hundreds of unborn children each year.
Love In the Name of Christ Transformational Ministry
Is God calling you to volunteer? Many have expressed a desire to become involved in Transformational Ministry through Love In the Name of Christ. Training will begin soon for those who wish to serve as a budget mentor, a budget coach or a budget class instructor. We have been provided with easy to use tools for you to use as you work one on one with our neighbors one evening a week. That is your only time commitment. If you would like to learn more about the above volunteer positions and the dates for training, please call the Love INC office at 765-482-6152 and speak to Wayne or Shirley.
Members of the Prayer Team along with Elders will be available to pray with you in the Chapel, which is down the hall from the Library, immediately following this morning’s teaching.
Friday Morning Men’s Study
Attention all men! Join other men Friday mornings from 6:45-7:45 am in the Chapel (which is down the hallway from the Library). We are studying the book of Hebrews. Please email Harry Kennerk at email@example.com with any questions. This is a multigenerational group that is open to all men in the community.
OWLS Cookout June 2
Opportunities to Serve at Neighborhood Fellowship
Ministering to the Body with Meal Assistance
As our body grows, the opportunity to serve each other also grows. One tangible ministry of service is providing meals to ZF families following surgeries, childbirth, and other special circumstances. Two ladies have agreed to coordinate our efforts as a body. If you would like to place your name on a list of willing volunteers, call the church office. Thank you, in advance, for your servant’s heart.
Opportunity for Prayer
A small group of women from ZF have formed a prayer group that meets the first and third Fridays of each month at 9:30 am in the ZF Library. They invite you to join them as they pray for a wide range of topics. For questions, call Betty Culp at 581-1625.
Small Group Ministry
Small groups are a vital part of the life of Zionsville Fellowship as we develop relationships with fellow believers that encourage walking together in Christ. In community, we further develop friendships, opportunities to reflect and express adoration toward God, receive Biblical instruction, nurture a desire for the transformation of personal character, and have opportunities to serve one another and the community. Small groups are one way ZF encourages this way of life. If you are interested in joining a small group, please sign up at the Welcome Center or contact the church office at 317-873-4948.
Did you know that ZF has a library? There are more than 1800 items for you to check out and enjoy including materials for children. We invite you to use the library. If you have a suggestion or can’t find an item, please call the church office (8734948) during the week. Donations of books, DVDs or other materials are welcome and all items will be considered for possible inclusion to the library. Drop off donated materials in the library, or bring them by the office.