Ladies Event: The Intersection of Fashion & Faith

Ladies Event: The Intersection of Fashion & Faith

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Ladies!  You are invited to this fun and informative event where the integration of fashion and faith will be our topic!  We will have food, networking and a great interview presentation with Fiona Dieffenbacher from Parsons School of Design (check out her bio below)!  Hope you can join us and feel free to invite a friend!

Fiona Dieffenbacher is an Assistant Professor of Fashion at Parsons School of Design with over twenty years of experience spanning industry and academia. She has held several leadership positions within the School of Fashion - most recently as Program Director, BFA Fashion Design (2011-18) she successfully led the program though the development and implementation of the new curriculum. From 2007-11, Fiona held the position of Director of External Partnerships, where she managed a large range of projects including Coach, Louis Vuitton, Swarovski, and LVMH. 


An alumna of the BFA Fashion program at Parsons, Fiona also holds an undergraduate degree in Fashion and Textiles from the University of Ulster in the UK. From 1998- 2005, she ran her ready-to-wear label Fiona Walker that sold to select retailers across the U.S and Asia and was featured regularly in WWD, The New York Times, Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle and New York Magazine, among others. 
Her three-year long research project “Dress and Emotion,” investigated clothing as a means of identity and culminated in an exhibition at the Aronson gallery in February 2016. Fiona recently completed her MA in Fashion Studies at Parsons and her thesis, entitled Enclothed Transcendence proposes an integrated fashion- soul-dress model of embodiment and identity that seeks to bridge the fields of fashion, faith, philosophy and material culture. 

A second edition of Fiona’s textbook Fashion Thinking: Creative Approaches to the Design Process (Bloomsbury) will be published in October 2020. 

RSVP through our online system or by emailing Andrea.

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

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HFNY volunteers will work with Habitat NYC to rehabilitate vacant, dilapidated homes in the Hollis section of Queens for low-income families. Volunteers will be working on affordable single family homes formerly owned by the New York City Housing Authority and sold to Habitat for $1 each. No construction experience is necessary as the Habitat staff will provide the training necessary. 

Work could include demolition of the house to its structural shell, digging out the basement foundation, framing and other carpentry, sheetrock, flooring, or painting.

There will be a Habitat shuttle that drives volunteers to the work site from the E/J train stop to Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer. 

Register HERE.

**Limited spots available

Afternoon Seminar on Supernatural Ministry

Afternoon Seminar on Supernatural Ministry

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Join us for an afternoon seminar on supernatural ministry with Ken Fish with a special emphasis on prayer, prophesy, and healing.

Questions?

Email Tim for more info.

BIO: Ken Fish is a native of the Los Angeles area and an honor’s graduate of Princeton University with a degree in History and Philosophy of Religion. He concentrated on the writings of the early church fathers, the history of late antiquity and of the early middle ages. He subsequently earned his Master of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary with emphases in theology and intercultural communications. He also holds an MBA in finance and strategy from UCLA’s Anderson Graduate School of Management. Ken has over twenty years of experience as a senior executive with Fortune 500 corporations specializing in corporate strategy, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, financial management and organizational transformation. He is currently completing his doctoral studies in theology.

 Ken has been involved in equipping the people of God to “Do the Stuff” of ministry for more than thirty years. He was formerly on staff with John Wimber at Vineyard Ministries International, working with John for many years as his “ghost writer” for many of his sermons and the early Vineyard conferences. Ken leads conferences on Healing, Inner Healing, Deliverance, Healing Sexual Brokenness, Prophecy, Signs and Wonders and Hearing God’s voice. He also works with churches on leadership development, strategic planning, and cultural transformation. He has a humorous, laid-back style that lends itself to helping others become naturally supernatural. Ken has appeared on radio and television programs including, Salsa (Trinity Broadcasting Network Latin America), The Eric Metaxas Show, Unbelievable hosted by Justin Brierley, Firestarters with Paul and Pamela Seneri, and Prophetic Perspectives with Rick Joyner.

Ken is the founder of Kingdom Fire Ministries, which one can access at: https://kingdomfireministries.org/ Kingdom Fire Ministries was birthed out the conviction that the cry of the 16th century Reformers, Ecclesia reformata semper reformanda (The Church having been reformed must always continue being reformed), is the pathway to fulfilling the vision for the wisdom of God to be revealed in the present time. However, Kingdom Fire Ministries does not exist merely for the benefit of the Church. It also works with corporations, government agencies and educational institutions to bring the wisdom of God to the world in the everyday affairs of life. It partners with leaders to effect societal transformation by teaching and demonstrating the principles of the Kingdom of God in tangible, practical ways.

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

Habitat for Humanity - Queens (map)

HFNY volunteers will work with Habitat NYC to rehabilitate vacant, dilapidated homes in the Hollis section of Queens for low-income families. Volunteers will be working on affordable single family homes formerly owned by the New York City Housing Authority and sold to Habitat for $1 each. No construction experience is necessary as the Habitat staff will provide the training necessary. 

Work could include demolition of the house to its structural shell, digging out the basement foundation, framing and other carpentry, sheetrock, flooring, or painting.

There will be a Habitat shuttle that drives volunteers to the work site from the E/J train stop to Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer. 

Register HERE.

**Limited spots available

Game Night

Game Night

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Game Night! Come join us for a fun night of games and fellowship. There will be some games provided but feel free to bring your own if you have a favorite. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

When: Friday July 19th, 7:00PM-9:00PM
Where: Courtyard of 426 W 58th St 

Questions, concerns or general excitement - contact Bianca (585)397-8491

Intro to Hope

Intro to Hope

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If you're new to Hope, come enjoy a free pizza meal, learn the history of Hope, our values, mission, and how you can get involved!

Just grab your slice after the Worship Gathering (the meal is complimentary and is set-up in the back of the Worship Gathering space) and the location is in the basement. We'll begin around 12:45p.

Email drew@hopechurchnyc.org for more info.

Picnic @ Central Park

Picnic @ Central Park

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Come join Hope Midtown for a sunny afternoon at Central Park (Great Lawn)! We will be having a picnic as well as some casual sports games. Feel free to invite your friends and hope to see you there!

Shoot Doug a note with any questions or if you can't find the group - number is 615-739-3426.

Intro to Hope

Intro to Hope

Hope Midtown (map)

If you're new to Hope, come enjoy a free pizza meal, learn the history of Hope, our values, mission, and how you can get involved!

Just grab your slice after the Worship Gathering (the meal is complimentary and is set-up in the back of the Worship Gathering space) and the location is in the basement. We'll begin around 12:45p.

Email drew@hopechurchnyc.org for more info.

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

Habitat for Humanity: Volunteer Opportunity

Habitat for Humanity - Queens (map)

HFNY volunteers will work with Habitat NYC to rehabilitate vacant, dilapidated homes in the Hollis section of Queens for low-income families. Volunteers will be working on affordable single family homes formerly owned by the New York City Housing Authority and sold to Habitat for $1 each. No construction experience is necessary as the Habitat staff will provide the training necessary. 

Work could include demolition of the house to its structural shell, digging out the basement foundation, framing and other carpentry, sheetrock, flooring, or painting.

There will be a Habitat shuttle that drives volunteers to the work site from the E/J train stop to Jamaica Center - Parsons/Archer. 

Register HERE.

**Limited spots available

Labor Day Backyard BBQ @ the Blacks

Labor Day Backyard BBQ @ the Blacks

Eryn and Elizabeth Black's Home (map)

Join us for a fun time of grilling, eating, and hanging out in the backyard courtyard at the Blacks' home. 

Burgers and hot dogs and veggies will be provided - feel free to bring anything else you'd like to grill and/or drinks.  We'll have water available for drinks.  

Please RSVP so we know how much food to prep! 

Contact Anthony for more info.

Congregational Town Hall

Congregational Town Hall

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Join us to hear about where we've been and some significant updates about where we're going as a church.  New initiatives and financial updates will also be presented.  We'd love to hear any questions or puzzles you may have as well! 

Please RSVP in our online system or by emailing Andrea so we know how much food to get.