Collective Church
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Women's Event, Volunteer Needs, & Upcoming Guest Speakers

Here's everything you need to know this week about what's happening with Collective Church-


Alliance for Children Backpack Project

This Sunday (July 27) will be the final day to bring donations for our current service project. Click here if you want to know more about this project or Alliance for Children.


One-Day Women's Event (Saturday, August 16)

The event will be held at the Marriott and our guest speaker for the event is Christina Gibson, who spoke at Collective Church back in May.

The cost of the event is $40, which covers the entire event as well as dinner that evening. You can sign up by contacting Caroline Carmack or by going to our PayPal page and submitting your $40 registration fee with a note in the memo line about the Women's Event.

The hotel has offered a discounted rate for anyone who wishes to stay overnight after the event. Email Caroline to learn more.


Volunteer Needs & Opportunities

As our church continues to connect with new people, our need for help in the children's ministry continues to expand. Several of you have asked how you can help (which is a very kind question to ask), and this is how. 

We specifically need people who are interested in helping with the following areas-

Preschool-Age Kids as well as

Kindergarden through 3rd Grade.

Registration Desk (before the 10:30am service; the shift would last from 10:15 until 10:45).

If you aren't sure how or if you want to help, you are more than welcome to try it out for a week and see what fits best for you. If you are interested in any of these options, please contact our children's pastor, Chandra Yeschenko.


Upcoming Guest Speaker

On Sunday, August 3, we will be joined by Jessica Zan. 

Jessica is a medical nurse and has been working in healthcare since 2003. In her job and life, Jessica has encountered a tremendous amount of grief and death. Her experiences and insight remind us what it means to be alive and how to confront the things we fear the most.

Jessica blogs at

Caroline Carmack