Grub Fest. What is it you ask? Well, it’s the night where you get to throw food at your friends and do gross games you’d normally get in big trouble for. Great night to bring friends who haven’t been before! Don’t worry if you don’t like eating competitions, the eating part of the night is optional. Getting grubby though, that’s pretty much a guarantee.
For this reason we recommend you make sure everyone you drop off is wearing clothes that you’re okay with getting ruined (including shoes). We also recommend bringing a few old towels for the return journey home – don’t want to mess up the inside of your car. Oh, and make sure there’s plenty of soap in your bathroom 🙂
- February 15th
- 6:15 -9pm at St. Johns.
- Cost: $5
Our teaching will be on Acts 10 where God shows Peter that Christianity is not just for Jewish converts but in fact, it’s for everyone. We will emphasise to the youth that they are included in God’s plan for salvation and that everyone at their school, home, sports team etc. can also enter a relationship with Jesus. You might like to talk with your family about the ideas of inclusion and exclusion. How do we as a society exclude certain groups of people? Do you as a family have prejudice against certain people? What does the message of Acts 10 have to say about that?