You are invited to join the entire Highrock community every weekday at noon for a moment of reflection, prayer, and celebrating how God changes lives through His Word.
NOTE: Due to the rain forecast on Saturday monring, the men's retreat is moving to 12-3pm on Saturday afternoon!
Men of Highrock Acton, it's been months since we've seen each other! We have an opportunity to gather in-person, outside for a mini-retreat outside the church ministry center on Saturday morning October 17th, from 12pm to 3pm. Please bring your own lunch!
So many of us are tired out and have lost our routines. We will gather for a RESET, a "retreat" from life's challenges. Together we will do some light stretching, enjoy some warm refreshments, and interact with speaker and pastor Doug Bixby about how disorientation and reorientation are part of the discipleship journey, and share with one another.
We'll follow best practices and town guidelines for masks and social distance. Please refrain from attending if you have any COVID symptoms or have been exposed to anyone with COVID.
To help us best prepare in accordance with guidelines, please RSVP if you plan on attending by Monday, 10/12. You can RSVP by emailing email@example.com.
More on our speaker:
Pastor Bixby became the senior pastor of the Evangelical Covenant Church of Attleboro in August of 2008. He was the Pastor of the Salem Covenant Church in Washington, Connecticut for fifteen years prior to this. He is the author of three books. His most recent book is Navigating the Nonsense: Church Conflict and Triangulation, Cascade Books 2016. His second is The Honest to God Church: A Pathway to God’s Grace, published by the Alban Institute in 2007. The first book he published is called Challenging the Church Monster: From Conflict to Community, published by Pilgrim Press in 2002. He is married to Carolyn and they have two girls. To visit Pastor Bixby’s blog and read more about him and his books, visit blamefree.wordpress.com