March Meltdown: Declaring Winter Dead

March Meltdown Blog

Dreaming of Summer?

We are too! This weekend at Connexus we're declaring winter dead and we need some help!

Saying this winter was brutal is almost an understatement. None of us though, have had it as bad as a family out in Newfoundland. Their neighbours called to tell them their house was in some trouble. When the family returned home from their summer home in the southern states, their entire house was missing. Lost under the snow. It had snowed so much that only the roof was visible and there was no way to get inside.

We want summer to come as quick as possible so Sunday March 23 we are declaring winter dead.We'll be sending off winter with a carnival to celebrate summer. Our hospitality team will be serving lemonade umbrella drinks in the foyer while your children play with the indoor bouncy castle and fishing pond and snack on some cotton candy made in house. Connexus Barrie will host a tikki hoola man to help us soak up the Hawaiian sun!

We need your help with March Meltdown. Come dress in some summery clothes and come ready to sing to your favourite summer tunes.

March Meltdown lies in the middle of the series Climate Change with Jeff Henderson, which is a great series to invite your friends out to. So bring your family and invite your friends for March Meltdown this sunday at both campuses, Barrie and Orillia.

Barrie Campus

Climate Change – Part 3 – Stormy Weather | Jeff Henderson

Do you have a friendship that has drifted? Or a marriage that is distant? Do you have a co-worker you've been avoiding? Or is it just the conflict you've been avoiding? In this message, Jeff Henderson reveals the two very interesting words Solomon used to describe behaviour that will “win favour. . . in the sight of God.” And they are two words that may help you navigate the conflicts you've been avoiding.

8.30 and 10.00 am | Galaxy Cinemas, Barrie

Invite your friend to Barrie here.

Orillia Campus

Climate Change – Part 2 – An Unstable Climate | Jeff Henderson

Why did that friend snap back at your innocent comment? Why didn't your husband want to talk about what happened at work? In Paul's letter to the Phillippians, he may have hit on the answer. In this message, Jeff Henderson shows us how one of the most famous verses in the Bible can help us overcome insecurity's effects on our relationships.

8.30 and 10.00 am | Galaxy Cinemas, Orillia

Invite your friend to Orillia here.


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