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OCTOBER

 

K-LIFE Job Opening: Donor Support Specialist (25-30 hours M-F, 9am-3pm) K-LIFE FM is looking for an energetic team player who can provide an exceptional experience for K-LIFE donors through the effective management of our electronic and overall giving program, assisting with gift processing and donor communications while providing administrative support to the office environment.  If you feel you have a strong ability to create good will with donors, listeners, and staff while demonstrating a servant attitude, we want to talk with you. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with non-profit or donation based ministries, an intermediate knowledge of Quickbooks Pro for light bookkeeping, and a willingness to become proficient in donor management software.  No calls, please. Send your resume and references to: job@klife.org  or mail: K-LIFE, P.O. Box 1561, SLO CA 93406

25-29 Sat-Wed

Pentecost Walk Ministries is passing through the Central Coast and invites you to one or more of the missions in our local area for a time of prayer. This is part of an 800-Mile Prayerwalking-Relay along the “King’s Highway” (El Camino Real).  There will be 21 Prayer Gatherings at 21 Missions in 21 Days up to Election Day.  COME PRAY! Join in nightly at a Mission to pray Sat., Oct. 25 at 7pm, Mission San Miguel Arcángel (795 SLO Monterey Rd., San Miguel) Sun., Oct. 26 at 7pm, Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa (751 Palm St, San Luis Obispo) Mon., Oct. 27 at 7pm,  Mission La Purísima Concepción (2295 Purisima Rd) Lompoc. Tues., Oct. 28 at 7pm, Mission Santa Inés Virgen y Martír (1760 Mission Dr) Solvang, Wed., Oct. 29 at 7pm, Mission Santa Bárbara (2201 Laguna St) Santa Barbara. More info: http://pentecostwalk.org/schedule/

25-Sat

House of Prayer Ministries is hosting their “Women in Victory” Spanish conference on October 25 from 8am to 3pm at The Crossing Church (525 Cerro Rumualdo Ave.) in SLO. The conference is free and lunch is available for $10.00. The conference will be presented entirely in Spanish and Diana Valdepena will be presenting a powerful message about developing and growing your spiritual gifts! To RSVP or more info call 549-9807 or 801-4787 or rgboche@sbcglobal.net

29-Wed

Mountainbrook Church, Grace Church, and Calvary SLO are hosting SLO Youth Spooktacular, Wed., Oct. 29, 6:30-9pm.  A completely FREE event for Jr. High and High School students!  Students are invited to dress up in a costume and prepare for a night of fun!  There'll be a photo booth, inflatables, a costume contest, a DJ & dance music, and an outdoor concert from the band Hearts Like Lions! More info: http://mbeverlasting.wordpress.com/ or email youth@mountainbrook.net

31-Fri

Templeton Presbyterian Church is hosting their 2nd annual Harvest Festival on Fri., Oct. 31! It will be an amazing night of free FUN for the entire family from 5:30 to 7:30 (610 S. Main St). FREE DINNER the first hour - hot dog, soda & chips. Two bounce houses, obstacle course for older kiddos. TRUNK or TREAT with over 700 lbs of candy, everyone goes home with plenty of candy. Carnival games, popcorn and hot cider for everyone! For more info: Church at 805-434-1921 or firstpres@fpctempleton.org, Facebook-Templeton Presbyterian Church or www.templetonpres.org 

31-Fri

Refuge Church of Atascadero is hosting their Annual Harvest Party on Friday, Oct. 31! This is a Free Family Fun Event from 6pm-8:30pm. They will have a giant slide, bounce house, dunk tank, games, hot dogs, and much more.  For more info: church 805-466-3354 or http://www.refugechurch.info/

31-Fri

Lompoc Foursquare Church is holding their annual Block Party with a Carnival theme from 5:30 to 8:30pm, Fri., Oct. 31, in the 100 block of North C Street. This event includes over 30 games with prizes and contests for children of all age, a 27’ inflated slide, pony rides, Hot Wheel Car track, The Shooting Shack and music, too.  This event is free and open to the public. Food will be sold at the party. Popcorn, cotton candy, games and candy are ALL FREE!!! For more: 805-736-2772 www.lompocfoursquare.com

31-Fri

Shoreline Calvary Chapel in Morro Bay (corner of Beach and Monterey Streets) invites you to Light Night: Halloween Alternative celebrating the true Light of the World: Jesus! October 31, 6-9pm. This family event includes all kinds of fun, like carnival games, food, candy, Bounce House and A GIANT MAZE! No need for costumes. More info: Robin Meaney, 805-772-8525 http://www.ccshoreline.org/

NOVEMBER

 

1-Sat

Grace Bible Church in Arroyo Grande invites you to The Gift of Remembrance workshop, Sat., Nov. 1 from 9:30-11:30am (100 Rodeo Drive, Arroyo Grande). This FREE workshop will help you learn more about grief, tools for communicating your needs and walking the road of recovery.  Grief Recovery Specialist, Debbra Bronstad, LMFT, will share hope for how to make new meaning for the holidays when someone you love is absent. Following the discussion, they offer their Gift of Remembrance Ceremony. Reservations: 805-489-4200

2-Sun

The Santa Ynez Valley Christian Business Men’s Connection (a Christian non-profit organization) is hosting the "1st Annual Santa Ynez Valley Thanksgiving Music Festival - Celebrating Jesus Christ Living Among Us".  The concert is featuring Emmy award nominated music artist Marty Goetz, Sunday evening, Nov. 2 at 6pm at the Solvang Veterans Memorial Building (1745 Mission Drive) in Solvang.  Tickets: www.syvcbmc.org.  Advance tickets $15 for adults, $5 for children (12 and under).  The prices at the door are $20 and $10 for children.  More info: Andy Arvesen 805-252-3795

6-Thurs

Family Connections Christian Adoptions is offering a free Adoption Information Session: Thurs., Nov. 6 from 6pm to 8pm at their San Luis Obispo office (1540 Marsh Street, Ste 130). FCCA was established in 1983 and has placed over 4,700 waiting children into forever families. The agency provides domestic and international adoption services. More info:805-542-9084 or www.fcadoptions.org

7-Fri

Lompoc Foursquare Church is hosting their 21st Annual Big Game Postgame Party, Fri., Nov. 7 from  9pm to 12am at the Lompoc Aquatic Center and YMCA Parking Lot. The Postgame Party is for 9-12 Grade Students with valid student ID and includes pizza, popcorn, cotton candy, coffee cafe, Kraken Slide, Defender Dome, Mechanical Bull, Boulder Run, Music, Dancing, Obstacle Course, and Prizes all night long! ALL ABSOLUTELY FREE! More info: mylfc.com or 805-736-2772

8-Sat

Project Zero (Grace Church Adoption and Foster Care Ministry)  is once again sponsoring our annual Adoption and Foster Care Conference, “Welcoming Children Home”, Sat., Nov. 8, 8:30a - 4p. This non-profit ministry is designed to help families called to adoption and foster care here in our community, providing numerous services to families before, during, and after the adoption or foster care process.  Cost: $15.00 (includes lunch and all sessions). Keynote Speaker: Johnny Carr, Author of Orphan Justice and numerous breakout sessions. More info: www.welcomingchildrenhome.com or 805-503-9154.

13-Thurs

First Baptist Church of Paso Robles is hosting the California Baptist Men’s Chorale in a FREE Concert, Thurs., Nov.13 at 6:30pm (doors open at 6pm). Led by Mr. Steven Dahlgren, this group features that unique tonal quality found only in a group of all men. The performance will feature a wide variety of sounds in hymns, anthems, spirituals, contemporary, and gospel music. Church location: 1645 Park St, Paso Robles. More info: 805-238-4419 or www.fbcpasorobles.org

20-Thurs

Atascadero Bible Church is offering the support group GriefShare-Surviving the Holidays, beginning Thurs., Nov. 20 from 6:30-8:30pm. If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel. GriefShare groups help you face the challenges before you and walk with you to move you toward rebuilding your life. More info: Carol 805-462-9451 or Jackie 805-610-0200

DECEMBER

 

JANUARY

 

9-Fri

Calvary SLO is hosting Perspectives 2015, beginning Fri., Jan. 9 from 5:30pm-8:30pm.  Perspectives is a 15 week course designed around four vantage points or “perspectives”- Biblical, Historical, Cultural and Strategic. Each one highlights different aspects of God’s global purpose. The primary issue is to discover: vision to live a life of purpose. Discovering that vision makes this course valuable, and perhaps crucial, for any Christian. Course dates, Jan. 9, 2015 - May 1, 2015. More info: www.perspectives.org or Coleen Bartlett: 805-709-6445

 

 

 

 

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