City Church York Local Happenings – Late Sept. into Early October 2016

City Church York Local Happenings – Late Sept. into Early October 2016

Here’s a view of the latest church news, local events, and other points of interest. Enjoy!

Pastor Jim Tyson Approved by Presbytery

Pastor Jim Tyson was approved by the Presbytery, and will become the official full-time Pastor at City Church York. An instillation service is being planned for October 22, 2016. Details for the event are still taking shape, but save the date! Jim is in. 🙂

Providence Presbyterian Church

Voices: Moving from Victim to Survivor

Ongoing York City Church Events

  • The First Wednesday of each month – Community Dinner
  • Tuesdays and Wednesdays – Covenant Groups
  • Each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. – Sunday Worship Service
  • The Third Sunday of each month – Sunday Lunch

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Goings On Around Town

09/29/2016 = La Luz de la Gente Opening Reception
Presented by Creative York at Creative York. Join us for the Opening Reception of La Luz de la Gente! This exhibit features the work of Hispanic artists in our area.
La Luz de la Gente is in collaboration with the York County Hispanic Coalition.

10/07/2016 = Walk A Mile In Her Shoes
Presented by YWCA York at LSC DESIGN. Help YWCA York end violence against women and girls. Over 400 men and boys will put on high heel shoes and walk a mile through Downtown York to raise $125,000 to benefit ACCESS York, the Victim Assistance Center and Still Waters shelter.

10/07/2016 = First Friday October: Harvest Fest
Presented by Downtown Inc at Downtown York. EVERYONE is invited to attend First Friday in downtown York! First Friday is a celebration of downtown shops, restaurants, cultural venues, and nightlife hotspots. From 5:00pm – 9:00pm, downtown shops and restaurants host special events, offer refreshments & promotions, and sponsor live entertainment. First Fridays are presented by WellSpan Health.

10/08/2016 = Second Saturday Lecture Series: York’s Revolutionary Story
Presented by York County Heritage Trust at York County Historical Society Museum. Join York College of Pennsylvania Professor Dr. Paul Doutrich as he highlights the important role York played during a pivotal nine months in 1777-1778. York contributed in many ways to America’s War of Independence from hosting the Second Continental Congress for nine months, to providing military leaders, and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Discover the impact such events as the adoption of the Articles of Confederation or the signing of an alliance with France, an “almost” political coup known as the Conway Cabal, had on the history of the Nation.

10/08/2016 = Outgrowing Adulthood: A Community Discussion
Presented by York County Libraries at Martin Library. Join us for a community discussion on the book Second Wind by Dr. Bill Thomas. Sponsored by YCCF’s Hahn Home Fund for Embracing Aging, this all ages event will be librarian-led and will include light refreshments.

10/08/2016 = “We Can Build This City” Cardboard Challenge
Presented by Cultural Alliance of York County at Agricultural and Industrial Museum. Join us for a commemorative hands-on project to celebrate the
275th Anniversary of the City of York where you can build the city of your dreams! The community is invited to participate in this free, fun day of creativity. It’s open to individuals, teams, and groups of all sizes/ages. There will be snacks, drinks, fun games, and a large supply of cardboard along with some additional supplies to create your corrugated masterpiece.

“We Can Build this City” will be led by York artist David Lynch, and will reconstruct the York Cityscape in a six-foot tall version using corrugated cardboard, recycled supplies, and imagination with children and adults of all ages.

10/18/2016 = October Story Slam
Presented by York Story Slam at Holy Hound Taproom. Monthly Story Slam event. The theme for October is Unmasked. A Story Slam is an event where anyone can take the stage and tell a story. The story should reflect the theme of the night, be true to the best of your recollection, and be approximately five minutes long. Three judges are chosen from the audience and each storyteller is given scores based on content and presentation. We don’t take the competition part too seriously – it’s all about sharing diverse stories.

 

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