October 23, 2012
More information to come as workshops are confirmed!
Come join us for Fall Fling, our older adult day, at Camp Lake Stephens! Registration starts at 8:30 A.M., the day should conclude by 2 P.M.
Our main event for the event will be Rev. Chris McAlilly, who will present a talk entitled Rediscovering Scripture: The Five Acts of the Bible. Chris currently serves as the pastor of Shannon and Brewer churches in the Tupelo area, and is a 3rd generation United Methodist Pastor.
Workshops for the day are:
Finding God in the “Thin Places”: Rev. Tom Potter, pastor of FUMC in Grenada, will discuss the scriptural narrative of the relationship of God and God’s people to places where the two are close to one another (“high places,” “sacred places,” etc.).
Walk in the Woods: Our naturalist, Reed Jordan, will lead a walking tour of Fall vegetation and habitat on the Camp Lake Stephens Grounds. Bring your walking shoes!
Landscaping Camp Lake Stephens Grounds Director and Master Gardener Brandon Gooch in a discussion/conversation about Landscaping that YOU can do.
Connecting with Young People in your church: Join speaker, Rev. Chris McAlilly, and Camp Lake Stephens Program Director Russell Casteel in a conversation about the importance of this generation of older adults in connecting with young people.
Fall Craft Project : Resident craft expert Lori Fox will help lead you in an craft-making opportunity centered on a harvest-time theme.
Book Review: Lyn Roberts, manager of Square Books in Oxford, will introduce some new seasonal material to you, to make sure you stay on top of what’s popular and good in the world of literature.
Knitting: Local Oxonian Paige Smith will lead a session knitting for beginners, focusing on knit and purl stitches. Materials will be provided.
COST IS $25, registration deadline is October 22, 2012
We will have lots of entertaining workshops!
If you have further questions about programming or workshops, please do not hesitate to contact Camp Lake Stephens Program Director Russell Casteel.
phone.662-234-3350 fax.662-234-3883 firstname.lastname@example.org