EVENTS 

Finding Her Voice

January 30 at 7pm

 

Come and hear about amazing stories of transformation and hope from local survivors of human trafficking and those working on the front lines here in CT. Meet PEHT’s new Executive Director and hear about our Bridgeport Outreach Program.


Light refreshments will be served.

Pivot Grocery Collection

February 1 - 15

 

Would you help us provide groceries for our friends at Pivot Ministries? From Feb. 1-16 we will be collecting non-perishable food and gift cards to support the men in this Christian recovery ministry.

 

Click here for a shopping list or pick one up in the Rotunda in Greenwich or in the hospitality space at Stamford. You can drop off your donations by Feb. 16 in either location.

Financial Peace University

February 5 - April 1

 

Join our Financial Peace University class, and you’ll learn how to beat debt and make a plan for the future.  This is a 9-week class, meeting every Wednesday from 6:30pm - 8pm at the Stamford Office. Cost is $85 pp/per couple. If you have questions contact Jessica Curri jessicalcurrie@gmail.com.

 

For more information on Financial Peace University click here.


Valentine's Dinner 

February 7

 

Need a fun night out?  Make it a date night, or grab a group of friends and enjoy a four-course gourmet dinner. Experience a fabulous evening for an even better cause. Come and see how the students transform Emmaus Hall into a dining venue with elegance, fun, music, and the great ambiance. Free childcare is available. Proceeds from this event support the Student Ministry missions trip to Guatemala this summer. $75/per person

 

This event couldn't happen without the help of our students, so we are in need of volunteers! Please let us know if you are free to help out. There are plenty of jobs from helping out in the kitchen to serving tables and all of them are surprisingly fun.

 

New Covenant Cafe

February 16

 

Help Prepare/Serve a Meal at New Covenant Cafe a Center in Stamford. This is a serving opportunity for everyone including families!  You can prepare a meal in your home in advance and drop it off at the Greenwich kitchen on Sunday morning February 16. Or you can help serve a meal at the Center to those who are need. 

 

Click below to sign up or if you have questions, contact MaryAnn O'Connor for details.

 

Student Winter Weekend

February 28 - March 1

 

Join us and over 400 other Fairfield County students for an incredible and life changing weekend full of hang-out time, worship, food, music, outdoor fun, and other surprises! It will be held at Lake Champion this year, about two hours away in New York. Price includes housing, food, and transportation. This is the retreat all the confirmands are going to.

Registration is now open! Click here to register. It will close February 15. Since we are partnering with multiple Student Ministries and are expecting a large number of students, we have a strict deadline this year. 

We have an early bird special you don't want to miss! If you register in the month of January, you will be given exclusive Winter Weekend merch you won't be able to buy!

$210/per person. Scholarships are available, if needed.

 


Guest Speaker - Brian Dembowczyk

March 8

We are so excited to have Brian Dembowczyk, Managing Editor of the Gospel Project speaking on Sunday, March  8 at all three services. Brian earned his D.Min. from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and an M.Div. from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He and his wife, Tara, have three kids: Joshua, Hannah, and Caleb. Prior to joining The Gospel Project, he served in local church ministry for 17 years, primarily in family and discipleship ministry. Brian is the author of three books.

 

The Gospel Project is the curriculam that our church body utlizizes in our children, student and adult ministry. "The Gospel Project points people of all ages to the good news of the gospel and equip them to live gospel-filled lives individually, in community, and on mission."