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  1. Redeemed Ministry Coaster Party Tonight

    Women of Hope Coaster Party Tonight

    Join the Women of Hope on Saturday, August 23rd from 6-8:00 p.m in the upstairs Den “to deal with one of the biggest problems in AUSTIN…human sex trafficking. We’ll have light food and the chance to hear from Calli of Redeemer Ministries and help support a woman making the transition to a new life.

    We’ll have refreshments and the chance to ask questions and meet a woman making her way out of human trafficking bondage.

    Please RSVP HERE

    More on Redeemed Ministry here.

  2. 8 Minutes Max

    8MM is an intimate, responsive venue for artists to present their works and receive audience feedback, and for all to enjoy soaking in a creative atmosphere. And the next one is October 11th from 6-8:30 p.m. Performance spots are still open; contact Kevin Daniel to sign up or for details. The evening is also a potluck so bring a reception-style dish or dessert.

    Child care RSVPs end on Wednesday, October 1st at 5:00 p.m. Contact Kevin Daniel with the names and ages of your children to sign up.

  3. Pumpking Carving & Pie Making Party Oct 26th

    You are invited to World Welcome’s Second Annual Pumpkin Carving Party. We will have a carving contest (with prizes) and pumpkin pie baking lessons for those who want to learn. Please bring your own pumpkin to carve and a knife or carving tool for carving. Friends and children are welcome, though no childcare will be provided. We’ll be carving at Hope Chapel in the Backyard, Sunday, October 26th, 3-5:30pm.

    RSVP to Maria Duran at worldwelcomeinaustin@gmail.com

  4. FHFH Fall Community Group Night

    Join Forever Hope, Forever Homes, Hope Chapel’s orphan care group for their Fall community meeting! You’ll have opportunity to hear This Kid’s Flipped His Lid: An Introduction to Trauma-Informed Care, a seminar that delves into the brain’s reaction to trauma, the risk factors that leave kids vulnerable to trauma, and the connecting and correcting techniques that can bring about their healing. If you are a teacher, a parent, or a volunteer who works with or hopes to work with children who have come from hard places or experienced any kind of trauma, you’ll want to hear this teaching. Please RSVP to Nikki Sheffield. Child care available by reservation; the deadline to RSVP for child care is Wednesday, Oct. 29th.