Our first in-person concert in over a year is tomorrow night!
May 27, 2021
BROKE FIDDLES IN CONCERT TOMORROW
We are excited to announce a live concert at Dayspring on Friday, May 28, at 7:30pm! Broke Fiddles, ASU graduates Sarah Schreffler and Spencer Ekenes, will present a concert of music for two violins. The program includes music by Jessie Montgomery, Bela Bartok, Daniel Bernard Roumain, Sergei Prokofiev, and Enrique Esin Yepez. The concert will be held outdoors in the Dayspring Courtyard. Those who are vaccinated may safely attend without wearing masks. Tickets ($10 per person) may be purchased in advanceHEREor may be purchased at the door.In accordance with CDC and conference guidelines, attendance is limited to 50 persons. Learn more.
HELP US WITH OUR IN-PERSON SERVICES
Ushers are needed for July and August to welcome back members. We ask that you arrive at 8:30 for our 9:00 service during the summer. All will be masked for services and we will be socially distanced. It is a wonderful way to connect with friends and meet members you haven’t seem for a while. Call the church office at (480) 838-1446 oremail Debito help.
Click Here to learn more about our reopening plan or to RSVP for the June 6 service!
PARABLE OF THE TALENTS
A couple weeks ago, we shared the video of some of our children showcasing their talents. This in an annual service project to raise money for our next Clean Water Well project in Liberia.
If you missed the video or would like to watch it again, clickHERE
Would you like to donate to the well project? ClickHERE
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