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Upcoming events for kids at CIL

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The ExitSeven Youth will be heading to Mission 615 Saturday, January 30th.  If your youth would like to attend, please register them with Pastor Matt byWednesday, January 27th.  If you are already on the Facebook ExitSeven Parents group, make sure you check it out for updates and upcoming events.    If you are not already joined, go  here.
It’s that time again!  We are gearing up for the 2nd Annual Awana Grand Prix.  ANY child ages 3 yrs.-5th grade is welcome to join us.  The green flag will drop at 9am, Saturday, February 6th.  Order forms will be handed out at Awana or can be picked up at Mission Control and must be returned no later than Wednesday, January 20th.
Parents Night Out will be happening here at CIL Friday, January 22nd, 6:00-10:00pm.  It is $15.00 for one, $20.00 for two and $25.00 for three or more children.  To reserve your spot,  sign up at Mission Control by Wednesday, January 20th.

Christmas Eve at CIL

One week from today is Christmas Eve! As you make plans to give gifts, eat special foods, and spend time with loved ones, make sure you also plan for worship.  While cultural traditions are important and fun, worship is essential. Your kids may not be excited about Christmas Eve service this year, but when they look back on this time they’ll be grateful you included worship in your Christmas celebration.
If past years is an indicator, we can expect a full room.  I encourage you to arrive a little early. We will have child care available for infants through  age 4. The service will start at 4:00pm on Thursday, December 24th. We’ll sing Christmas carols, I’ll share a short devotional, and we will take communion.  It will be a short but meaningful service and I’m looking forward to sharing it with you.
Let’s make Christ the center of our Christmas!

Christmas Blessing 2015

On Christmas morning we’ll go into downtown Nashville withgloves, socks, stocking caps, coats and blankets, as well asindividually wrapped candies, cough drops, fruit snacks, peanut butter crackers, granola bars etc., and reusable shopping bags (for them to carry their treats in) to distribute to folks who spent Christmas Eve on the street.
We’re collecting these items for the Christmas Blessing through the Christmas Eve service.  Please sign up at the Communication Center if you’d like to be part of the distribution on Christmas morning.  It’s a wonderful way for individuals and families to celebrate Christmas, and participation is open to all.