We're back (woohoo)!
You and your family are invited to join us as we kick-off COW for 2022 on January 26th!
January 26th - Night Of Worship
February 2nd - COW classes & programs resume
VOLUNTEER FOR COW
We are so excited to get COW MOOOOving again (nice pun, right?)! We need the entire family to chip in on the chores to make COW successful for the entire CLC FAM! We're hoping to secure volunteers in the following areas:
Click any of the items above to email the team member leading that area. You can send them a message to learn more about that item or to learn more about volunteering (you know you want to)!
OUR WEDNESDAY NIGHT OFFERINGS
Here at the CLC, we offer the following midweek programs at COW! To learn more about each, go ahead and click on the icon!
Stay tuned for more details for our 2022 classes!
"Basic Discipleship" led by Mary Lou Mckee
Description: A practical class with application on how we function and relate to God.
Class Length: February 2 - March 23 (8 weeks)
Location: Room 105
"Navigating Tough Conversations" led by Dr. Katie Bowman
Description: We will explore topics such as vulnerability, shame, and courage as well as the skills needed for listening well.
Class Length: February 2 - February 16 (3 weeks)
Location: CLC Atrium (outside of sanctuary)
"The Believers Authority" led by Pat Clarke and Kate Strouse
Description: For this class, participants will journey through Andrew Wommack's book, "The Believers Authority: What You Didn't Learn In The Church." For the best experience, it is recommended that participants purchase and read through the book which can be found right here.
Class Length: February 2 - March 9 (6 weeks)
Location: Room 212
Zoom Option Available: if you wish to ZOOM in to this class, let us know a bit in advance by emailing us right here! Then use the login credentials below to access the ZOOM room!
Meeting ID: 686 062 6705
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Is it required that we attend both the meal and a class/program at COW?
A: Nope! It is not required that you be at both the meal and the class/program. We simply see them as two different (and awesome) ways that you can Connect On Wednesday which is why we encourage anyone to consider both, however we won’t require attendance at either. So come enjoy a good meal with good community, and/or swing by to enjoy some of our evening offerings!
Q: Will there be something for everyone in my family?
A: Yes! Our hope is to create spaces for anyone and everyone to connect with each other and Jesus, so we do our best to create space for congregants of all ages! We have stuff for kids, students, and adults. You can learn more about our current offerings at COW right HERE.
Q: Do you have any offerings for Nursery & Pre-School aged children?
A: Yes! We are planning on having spaces for and leaders to serve our youngest kiddos!
Q: Does the meal cost money?
A: Great question! The answer is yes, we do charge $5 per meal in order to cover the cost of the food itself. Our goal isn’t to make money from COW meals. In fact, our Big Yellow Mug team works diligently to provide all of our meals at-cost (they also do a pretty stellar job at making it nutritious and delicious too)!
Q: I have a pretty big family. Is there a family spending cap on meals?
A: Also a great question! The answer is yes! In an effort to make Wednesday's as accessible as possible, there is a $25 cap for families so you can feed the whole crew without having to break the bank each week! If you have questions or need to inquire about any additional financial assistance, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Do you have virtual options for COW?
A: Occasionally, we do have virtual options for COW. This, in part, depends on the classes we are offering and the teachers of those classes. Some decide to make it virtual, however some only meet in person. You can see our different offerings (and whether or not we have virtual options) right here.
Q: Can I bring friends and family to COW?
A: Of course! Everyone is welcomed to Connect On Wednesday. :) The more the merrier!
Q: Why is it called C.O.W.?
A: What originally was known as “Connect On Wednesday” quickly became abbreviated to C.O.W. People liked it and it was convenient, so it stuck!
If you find that you have any additional questions, go ahead and send us an email at email@example.com