Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Dwell Prayer Experience

I'm new to Nashville Cohort and wanted to know if there was anyone in the cohort who will be willing to volunteer (free) at a Bellevue rendering of the Emergent Conference Labyrinth and Prayer Chapel. It’s a community wide experience that I'm leading; I am working on promo pieces for churches to have. I will be posting promo pieces to my xanga blog

I would like to get the word out about this event and if the response is good it will become a regular scheduled experience. At this moment, I'll need help with set-up, tear down, creative ideas, and the biggie need is for spiritual directors to pray one on one with people if they need it, I'm thinking two people at all times. There will be a table for people to approach these directors and if the mood demands there will be a back room where people can go and pray.

This experience will be held October 26 & 28 (Wed & Fri) 7-10pm, if you would rather not volunteer but experience it for yourself, I'm recommending an hour to really get depth out of it.

This is being held at Designer's Church close to the I-40 ramp and 70S (exit 196 - Bellevue)

Its part of a strip mall.
a: Bellevue West Plaza 7648 Hwy 70S (next door to Sam's Grill and Bar)
c: 615-482-4450 if there any questions
e: thad@thadhawk.com

Thanks,
Thad

4 comments:

Dixon said...

Thad,
As a resident of Bellvue I feel like I might have a missional obligation to help.

I'll check with my family and let you know.

Shalom,
Dixon

Phil said...

I might be able to help as well, but no promises. I'll be just back in town from 10 days in England.

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Thomas+ said...

What the heck is a "designer's church" ? Is that like Jordache? I used to wear Jordache shoes, but then people made fun of me. Do people make fun of that church? If they do, tell them they can buy their own church. Or shoes. Or jeans, or whatever.

If I come to your church, can I design it? Or is there intelligent design at work? I could use some intelligent design. Or some intelligence.