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A Letter From Karla and Gavin

Dear Friends and Family, Here we are at the end of one year and the cusp of another. As we reflect on 2014, we are moved to express our gratitude to you. We wake up and get to do what we are doing because of the great love and support we receive from you. We continue to serve with the faithful pioneers of Simple Church Alliance. We have been trusting God together with this endeavor for four years. In 2014, we have enjoyed celebrating marriages including Kye and Kendall’s beautiful ceremony on the Wheeler’s farm and Dirk and Charity Joy’s… Read More »A Letter From Karla and Gavin

Summer Celebration Gathering – August 17

Sunday, August 17 // 5-9PM // Bluegrass Christian Camp, Athens KY // 7463 Athens Boonesboro Rd, Lexington, Kentucky 40509 The Simple Church Alliance is a network or “alliance” of people following Jesus outside the traditional “church” path.  Simple churches are small, reproducible families of faith who get together weekly in homes, parks, and cafes to have a meal with Jesus and encourage one another.  Four to five times a year we invite those involved in simple churches along with their friends and neighbors to come together larger family of people involved in simple church communities across the region. On Sunday… Read More »Summer Celebration Gathering – August 17

711 Summer Camp for Boys and Girls

Simple Church Alliance @ 7-11 Camp – July 7-12 I wanted to let folks know that we have a reserved a spot at 7/11 Camp this summer for Simple Church Alliance! 7/11 Camp, in my opinion, is one of the best run camps for boys and girls ages 7-11 in the region.  Guy has attended for two summer sessions.  He really enjoyed his experiences.  This year we are looking forward to Emma joining him.  The camp is modeled after Kanakuk camps and is filled with adventure and small group Bible discussions.  Having run camps for 11 years with FCA, I’m… Read More »711 Summer Camp for Boys and Girls

What About The Kids? – Children in Simple Church

As long as there are folks who are trying to migrate into simple church from traditional church backgrounds, this question will be around. For this post I would like to stick to some practical tips on how you can creatively involve your children in simple church gatherings.