May 30th 2012 No comments yet
Volunteer Coordinator, Teresa Kay describes Kathy O’Shanic as the “Queen of Volunteers” because “she is willing to do most anything!” Read more about how she tirelessly serves our Stonebriar family:
I started attending Stonebriar on Mother’s Day in 2002; I had only been saved two years at that point.Â I joined the church in September of 2002.Â I think my first volunteering was Christmas decorating that year so in December I will have been volunteering for 10 years!Â
I think the main reason I …
May 18th 2012 No comments yet
Our third annual churchwide day of service, Go and Be, was May 5. Karen Hawkins, pastoral leader of community care, was one of the fearless leaders who organized and planned the event. This was also the first year for Stonebriar to host a Cinco de Mayo festival for the community in conjunction with Go and Be.Â
“We had over 370 [people] from our church family serving in 24 different ways, including a fantastic Cinco de Mayo festival which brought in around 800+ folks!” …
July 24th 2008 No comments yet
We have heard another update from the ladies in Poland. Below are some excerpts from an email sent by our team leader, Priscilla Young.
“It’s Tuesday evening and we are going to have Polish night tonight. The Polish women have been preparing and scheming for this, so we are very excited about what they will come up with. Thursday is American Night, and we are doing a Cowboy and Western themed evening. It should be fun as well.
“Today was my (Priscilla’s) turn to speak, and it went really well. After listening to Wendy Szymczak …
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