July 5th – Connections — Youtube Link
July 12th – Delight
July 19th – Rest and Relaxation
July 26th – Memory
STEPPING STONES PRESCHOOL – REGISTRATION 2020/21
It’s hard to believe, but it’s registration time again! Registration for church members will be January 28 – 31 from 9 -1. Beginning February 3, we will open registration to the public and classes will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Our classes can fill up very quickly so it is very important for you to turn your form in to me by January 31 if you would like priority consideration.
Below are the classes we plan to offer along with the tuition:
Three year olds:
One M/W/F class – $220/ month
Two T/TH classes – $150/ month
Four year olds:
Three M/W/F classes – $220/ month
One T/TH class – $150/month
One M -F class – $340/ month
The registration fee is $75 for one child and $50 for each additional child in the same family. The registration fee must be paid at the time of registration and will be refunded only if all classes requested are full.
If you are interested in registering your child for the 2020 – 2021 school year, please pick up a registration form from the Preschool Info table, or stop by the Preschool Office. If you have questions or would like to schedule a tour, contact Lisa at Lisa.firstname.lastname@example.org 704-455-3544.
For the past 23 years, Urban Ministry in Charlotte has partnered with colleges and congregations of many faiths to provide shelter and food for homeless people during the winter months, December 1 – March 31. Each site offers a warm, safe place to sleep, serves three meals (dinner, breakfast and bag lunch) and then returns guests the following morning to uptown Charlotte. The program offers us a unique way to become directly involved with individuals who are homeless. The basic goal is to keep homeless people from freezing on cold winter nights. A greater goal is to provide a more personal relationship to homeless people, at least for a night.
Quote from a homeless neighbor:
“For moments each night, if I am fortunate, I sleep not as homeless in the street, but with warmth and friendship, thanks to Room In The Inn. Somewhere during the evenings of friendly faces, piping hot showers, videos and jokes, laughs and sharing a smoke break, I was transformed from homeless to someone with a misfortune. I no longer view the world from ground level, where each may look down on me. I view the world from ground zero, where each may view my launch. I thank you, all who volunteer for this program. You have given me fortitude, I am sure that I am not alone in this.”