There’s been a lot of stuff happening that we thought you’d like to know. Here are some of the highlights:
1. Mark your calendars for November 8! This is an important day in the life of our congregation. After worship, we will have our annual meeting and then at 1:00 we will have our groundbreaking for our new facilities. After the groundbreaking, we will gather in the FLC for a soup luncheon.
2. Our architects have been hard at work with our general contractor finalizing the details for our construction.
3. The first steps are starting! Look carefully at this picture:
Do you see the speakers in the top center of the picture? If you come into the FLC now, you’ll see they aren’t there any more. We’ve upgraded the speakers and re-positioned them so we can improve the acoustics in the room.
Do you see the people holding the two people on the ladders in the picture? They are busy taking down the lights because we are upgrading the lighting system in the FLC for our theatre ministry. The new lights will be higher quality and consume much less electricity. So, when you come to Little Shop of Horrors at the end of October, you can come knowing that your contributions to Connect*Give*Grow helped with this.
4. Tomorrow (Wednesday) staff in the portables behind the gazebo will be moving to temporary office space throughout the campus. Movers will be coming on tomorrow morning to move their furniture. Here’s who this impacts:
Karen Stein will move to FLC 203.
Travis Baker will move to FLC 204.
Jen Bauer will move to FLC 204.
Sammy Mikulski will move to the Music Apse.
Please note: the doors to the FLC will remained locked throughout the week. If you are on campus and have to see Karen, Travis, or Jen, please stop by the church office or call the office when you get to the church campus (210-688-3090).
5. Our friends at Kids of the Kingdom have moved to their new home at Holy Spirit Episcopal Church on Bandera Road this weekend. We give God thanks for their presence here at Zion for the last years and pray for God’s blessings as they go to their new home.