The Loop / May 29, 2018
Catch Up with the Last Series:
ACT // BLOOD DRIVE ON JUNE 3
We are once again partnering with Anne Arundel Medical Center for a Spring Blood Drive at Revolution! Donating blood is an easy, critical, and direct way to care for people in our community, and we are consistently honored to be among AAMC's leading partners. Make a plan to come early or stay a bit late on Sunday, June 3 so you can visit the Bloodmobile and SAVE A LIFE! You can sign up here.
CONNECT // SUMMER KICK-OFF PICNIC JUNE 9
Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 9 from 12:00-3:00 for our first annual Start-of-Summer Picnic! We will be having a potluck lunch (burgers and hotdogs provided by Revolution, sides and desserts courtesy of you guys!) and playing tons of games. The event will be held at the Tanyard Cove neighborhood beach and pavilion in Glen Burnie. Everyone is welcome, so bring your family and invite your friends! You can sign up here!
ACT// SUMMER HELP IN NEXT GENERATION CLASSES
As we head into this summer, one of our goals is to give some of the teachers and volunteers in our Next Generation classes a chance to take a break! Would you be willing to step in and serve as a "sub" for one or two weeks this summer?? If so, please talk to Ashley (firstname.lastname@example.org) soon, and she will help you find a temporary position!
ACT // SERVE WITH THE ANNAPOLIS ARTS MENTORSHIP ACADEMY SUMMER PROGRAM
The Arts Mentorship Academy is looking for half-day, full-day, and full-week help during the week of June 18-22! The Arts Mentorship Academy provides an opportunity for young people ages 7 to 17 to be exposed to diverse art forms and receive individual attention and mentoring through programs and workshops offered by master teachers and artists. In addition to the arts program, the children are provided a healthy breakfast, snack and lunch each day. That's where you come in! The director of this program has reached out to us for help finding:
Floaters: individuals that can be onsite to help with small tasks, such as notifying classes that it is time to switch rooms, helping set out prepared foods for snacks or meals, etc. Occasionally there may be a need to send a floater to the store to get an item that we forgot or need.
Drivers: people who can pick-up meals Monday from Chick-fil-A and Tuesday from Galway Bay (10am-noon).
Meal Preppers: a group that can provide 80 prepared bagged meals for the children/staff on Thursday, June 21. The meal would need to be delivered to Maryland Hall by 11am or ready for pick-up by 10am. If you can help, please contact Steve Poole (email@example.com).
ACT // OPEN TABLE PROGRAM & VOLUNTEERING AT LIGHT HOUSE
This summer, we are putting together a team to partner with Light House Ministries and Open Table in order to provide one year's worth of community, support, and assistance for one graduate of Light House's transition program for our brothers and sisters who are experiencing homelessness. Absolutely everyone is welcome to help support this team! For more information, please talk to Fred Miller on Sunday after service, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also learn more about volunteering at Light House by emailing their coordinator at email@example.com!
EXPLORE // REVMIDDLE GATHERINGS
If you are currently a Middle School student, make sure you are joining our RevMIDDLE group on Sundays during second service!
ACT // ONLINE GIVING