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Pastor Karen and the Governing Board are continuing their work on forming a Location Task force. Invitations to potential members have been sent out. From those invitations we have a few that have already accepted a position on the Task Force and som
13 Brothers and sisters, I myself don’t think I’ve reached it, but I do this one thing: I forget about the things behind me and stretch forth toward things ahead of me. 14 The goal I pursue is the prize of God’s upward call in Ch
We are excited about starting the new Fall season and we are extending a welcome to anyone who wants to sing with us. Our first rehearsal is on Aug. 7 at 7:15. Just come or chat with Dennis Williams.
Before I decided to join the communications team at College Avenue, Pastor Lisa asked to have a meeting with me. During this meeting she put an emphasis on how using communications can help us tell the story of College Avenue. I threw out a few ideas
Kimberly Rybarczyk has been a member of College Avenue for over 33 years and demonstrates “Give to Live” through her service and compassion. She serves as the joint Chair of Congregational Care in charge of Lay Care, the Social Coordinator of Soc
As a full time student at Ball State University Andrew Thieme finds the “Thieme” to “Give to Live.” Also known as Andy, he is able to share his talents and skills with College Avenue. Being musically talented allows him to spend time being a
Virgil has been a member of College Avenue for nearly 22 years. He demonstrates “Give to Live” through his service and sharing his talents. Virgil is handy with tools and has headed the installation of the garden shed, building name badge holders
The idea for a garden was conceived in response to the poverty and food insecurity of a large segment of Muncie’s population. Therefore, as we are called to respond to the needs of the community, the church trustees granted the use of the vacant lo
Most churches, including College Avenue, are good at Sunday mornings. We sing uplifting hymns and praise songs. We hear a hopeful message. We smile. We shake hands. We talk about grace and blessings. That’s an important part of our lives. Rev. Emil