Mission Teams – Berlin

On October 18th, Daryl and I announced the ways in which we are bringing a fresh focus to the vision of SonRise Church.  The first of the three ways we are doing this is with our Mission Teams.  We have arranged four Mission Teams in our church around the geographical strategy of Acts 1:8. The first of these teams is our Berlin Team.  Over the last year, we have partnered with local entities such as the town government, police department, and schools in an increasing manner.  This Team will see to it that these efforts continue. Some of the things this team will do is conduct our Harvest Fair,  put a float in the Berlin Christmas Parade, do a community service project in a park or something like that, participate in calendar events in the town, and generally serve as a liason between our church and the town of Berlin.

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