Top Five – April 8, 2018

1. Hope Street Luncheon

Hope Street was born at Wildwood years ago in the hearts of a few people in whom God invested a passion to see children and communities transformed in Uganda. If you’ve considered sponsoring a child or simply want to learn about the exciting things Hope Street is doing, come to our luncheon today after the second service in the fellowship hall. Donations are appreciated but not necessary. The meal is gluten-free, and a children’s menu is available.

2. Northside Community Center, Now Open!

The Northside Community Center is open! Wildwood developed this space, including recreation fields and pavilion, specifically to serve the people who live and work in our community. Come see it for yourself, located two miles north of Wildwood at 8005 Oak Grove Rd, with entrances from Bannerman and N Meridian Rd. A future expansion will add 36,000 sq.ft. of multipurpose space.  Explore more on the website at northsidetlh.com, including upcoming activities.

3. Costa Rica Mission

In The Carpenter’s Footsteps will return this July to Costa Rica to continue their mission there. The deadline to apply is tomorrow, April 9. All ages are welcome (19 and under require chaperone). Interested in joining the team? Contact Ellen Hicks at ellenlhicks@gmail.com.

4. Northside Stagehands

Northside Stage is looking for more Stagehands! Volunteers rotate through events, setting up/tearing down, assisting with tech, and interacting with artists and attendees. Looking for an opportunity to serve? Email us info@northsidetage.com.

Don’t forget our next concert at the Northside Community Center on April 20, featuring Liza and the Wise Guys.

5. VBS

Gear up and get ready for VBS, “Workshop of Wonders” where kids grow, imagine, and walk with God! Set your calendars for June 19-22 and head to wildwoodtlh.com/vbs to register your child for what is sure to be a highlight of their summer.

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