Wednesday, October 30, 2013

A Service of Compline

For centuries, the close of the monastic day has been the office of Compline, a time of prayer before sleep. This sung service includes Psalms, petitions, hymns, and other music, ending the day in prayerful meditation. Join us on Sunday, November 10, at 9 p.m. in the Nave as the men’s ensemble Orison will make its debut performance as part of the Church Street Master Arts Series in a service of Compline.

Here's what to expect when you attend the service:
  • A service late in the day – historically, Compline is the final church service of the day, that's why it's at 9 p.m.
  • A time for quietness and reflection – there will be no speaking, you will participate by listening and praying along with the Psalms.  You will hear mostly chanted unison singing, along with a couple of motets (selections sung in parts) by the 12 men's voices. With only one exception, the service is sung in English.
  • A dimly lit Nave – the lights will be on low and there will votive candles all around the Nave.  There are no printed bulletins or programs.
  • A multi-sensory service – you will experience the smoke of burning incense which is interpreted as a symbol of the prayer of the faithful rising to heaven. You'll hear the random ringing of the tower bells to indicate the beginning and ending of the service.


Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Church Street Preschool Has Openings

The Church Street Preschool currently has openings in our new Preschool 2 class for children ages two to three and a half. This class is a good fit for kids who are working on potty training but aren’t quite there yet. The current cost is $125 per week, with a $5 per week increase on December 30. For more information, including enrollment fees and immunization requirements, please contact Beth Cooper-Libby at 865-524-3511. 

The Church Street Preschool, a 3-Star agency and recipient of the Golden Sneaker Award, is a nonprofit weekday ministry for children. We provide quality care for preschool children in a Christian setting. Our program is designed to foster the intellectural, spiritual, emotional and social development of young children. For more information on our program, please click here


Donations Needed For Thanksgiving Baskets

Are you already planning your Thanksgiving holiday feast?  Many of us will gather around the Thanksgiving table with family and friends to celebrate this most American holiday even as we are reminded to be thankful to God for all our blessings throughout the year.  We will eat until we are too full, laugh until our sides hurt, and find great joy in the fellowship of the day.  But have you considered that many families in our community may struggle to have enough food for even a meager meal on Thanksgiving?  Church Street is blessed to be able to provide 85 Thanksgiving baskets as our expression of love to this community and the community of Willow, Alaska. But in order to make this possible, we need your donations!  A donation of $50 will provide enough food for a family to enjoy a bountiful feast and others meals in the days to follow.  You may place your designated check in the offering plate on Sunday or give now online by clicking here. Please consider this gift as you make preparations for your own celebrations.  


Monday, October 28, 2013

Sermon: October 27, 2013 - Seeing the Face of God

Jonah 1-2
Rev. Andy Ferguson
            The children’s SS class had finished the lesson, but the hour was not quite finished. So the teacher gave each child a piece of paper and the tub of crayons. She asked each child to draw of picture of something they learned in the lesson that day. Minutes later, the teacher was moving around the room checking to see how they were doing. One girl in particular was drawing and coloring like mad.
            The teacher asked, “What are you drawing?”
            “I’m drawing a picture of God,” she replied.
            The teacher said kindly, “No one knows what God looks like.”
            The child didn’t miss a beat. “They will when I get finished.”

            Imagine seeing the face of God. This is not *catching a glimpse* of God’s face the way you might catch a glimpse of your cat slipping around the end of the couch. You might see the cat that way but you are not interacting with it; there is no significance to catching such a glimpse. Imagine seeing the face of God, truly seeing God and being seen by God, in an encounter that confirms the greatest convictions we have about God. Or, it might be an encounter that sets us in a completely new direction. After all, no one can simply return to their Cheerios after seeing the face of God. Life can, from that experience, never be the same.
            This morning, I want us to explore what it is to see the face of God. What would be the impact?

I. Jonah was that colorful prophet who was sent by God to Nineveh to proclaim a message of judgment. On the surface that should have been the best assignment any prophet of Israel could want. To speak the Word of God was to see that Word take effect; in fact, it could not fall ineffective. On the surface, just proclaiming God’s judgment on Nineveh should have unleashed all manner of destruction -- Armageddon, Shock and Awe, and D-Day rolled into one.
            But, Jonah was a good theologian and realized immediately that the proclamation of God’s Word, even a word of punishment, is also God’s invitation to repentance. And Jonah wanted no part of Nineveh’s repentance and restoration. So, at the call of God, thinking he could refuse, he escaped. He wanted nothing to do with a softhearted God whose punishments could be swept aside by sad puppy dog eyes and a weepy apology.
            As we all know, there are enemies that we also would prefer not to see on their knees in repentance before our well-loved altar. That such enemies should be invited by God to stand with us and with the washed would be a disgrace to all that is right and good and pure. The problem with God, as Jonah demonstrated, is that God is capable of such softhearted nonsense.
            Jonah took off for Tarshish where God could not reach (as he thought). But, to his dismay he found out that the affirmation of faith which claims “God is Maker of Heaven and Earth” was not just pretty poetry. It was a warning about the reach of God who made all that is and all that will be. God sent a storm to beat against the boat; the sailors wisely realized that some divinity was behind the whole affair and drew lots to see which of them it could be. The lot fell on Jonah and he confessed his guilt. The only way to appease God’s anger was to throw him overboard – an act the sailors opposed. But, when God would not relent, they submitted and tossed Jonah to his watery grave. Even as Jonah fell to the bottom of the sea, God was not finished and sent a great fish to swallow him whole.
            It was there in the belly of the fish that Jonah reflected on his options. They were few; God held all the cards. So, Jonah the Prophet, confirmed that his only path forward was to look toward God. There was quite simply no other way open. From the belly of the great fish, in the bottom of sea, he asked:
**How shall I look again
    upon your holy temple?’
**

The answer, of course, is that no one lost in the belly of the fish looks at much of anything. Apart from God, Jonah has no life, no rebellion, nothing. From there he cannot see the face of God. He is lost. Confessing all that, Jonah admits God’s victory and his defeat. He will do as God has sent. With that, the great fish vomits him onto the shore. The first sign he sees points him directly to Ninevah.

II. What does it mean to look on the face of God? What it teaching us to expect?
[DEF:] “Face” in the Bible often has the usual meaning: the part of the body where eyes, nose and mouth are located. It is that part of the body by which we are identified.
            In Biblical usage, the face is also the part of the body through which our attitudes are most clearly expressed. Thus,
+       “to avert or hide the face” from a person is to express displeasure;
+       “to set the face against” is to express hostility;
+       “to make the face shine upon” is an indication of loving acceptance; and
+       “to set the face toward” expresses determination.

            Often in the Bible, the word “face” is used of God to identify the Presence of God. For example, when God confronted Cain about killing his brother, Abel, “Cain went away from the presence of the  Lord” – literally, “Cain went away from the face of the Lord” (2).

            A. The face is important.
One of the grandmothers was talking this week about her granddaughter’s habit not paying attention when the grandmother was giving directions. She would focus on whatever she was doing as if she did not hear. The grandmother could call from the other room – no answer. She could walk right up to the granddaughter – no answer. She has learned to get right in front of the granddaughter, taking her little face in her hands. Finally face to face, the granddaughter pays very good attention to her grandmother.

            B. Recall the story of Isaiah, while he was in the Temple, he saw the Lord high and lifted up, and the hem of his robe filled the Temple. The cherubim flew about singing, “Holy, holy holy is the Lord of Hosts.” And the foundation of the Temple shook at the voices calling. Isaiah was filled with terror and said, “Woe is me! I am lost, for I am a man of unclean lips, yet my eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts! (Isa 6.1-5 paraphrased).
            Imagine such a moment; imagine such a sight; imagine such holy terror – both wonderful to the point of your undoing.
            C. The other day the radio station I had on is sponsoring a concert by a music star. In addition, they were holding  contest. The winner would get backstage passes to meet the star in person. Who is your absolute favorite star: music, film or stage? How would you like to meet them? It would be the ultimate, crazy, fan experience.
            Would it different if you won backstage passes to meet God face to face? Would it be a crazy fan experience? Or would it be something solemn? Would God’s eyes burn holes into you at the knowing?

III. We can see God in the everyday, just by opening our eyes.
+       I see God’s hand when I walk on a dark night under the stars tossed across the sky.
+       I see God’s mark when the choir ends a beautiful anthem on a powerful note.
+       I often encounter God when I deal with feelings and emotions I would rather not face.
·       Anger about the homeless.
·       Sadness for victims of school shootings.
·       Aching hearts for those treated as outcasts.
·       Emotions that beg us for actions that we may prefer not to take.
Maybe it would be easier to buy a ticket to see God, so that when we are finished looing we can just turn away to other interests. On the other hand, if we realized that God exits in our everyday lives and we could see God every day, would we be happy with what God sees of us?


IV. Even though we cannot see God, St Frances of Assisi pointed out that every living creature bears the image of the One who created it. As one of the great mystics put it: “The Christ in me greets the Christ in you.”
+       Every person hurrying to work on Monday morning.
+       The long-legged water bird hunting in the shallows along the river.
+       Even the crows cackling at a joke only crows can appreciate.
+       The person beside you in the pew.
+       The crowds of people blocking the aisle as you make your way through Wal-Mart.
Each of these bears the image of the One who created it. Each one must be treated as a creation and image bearer God declared that creation is good. We are made in God’s image. Thus, we are good and, although we cannot see God, we can mirror God.

[CONCL:]
If I could see the face of God,
            And know with certainty that it was God's eyes that looked into mine.
If I could stand in silenced awe,
            And allow myself to be immersed in divinity.
If I could wait in patient confidence,
            Already hearing familiar footsteps on the walk.
If I could hear the voice of God,
            and recognize that not quite familiar Voice as that of a friend.
Then my questions would be overwhelmed in the Answer which fills the universe.
            My doubts would be settled in that loving embrace.
            And my hopes – not just for myself but for the world around –
            Would lift from earth on wings of joy.
If I could see the face of God.

Notes:
2. Dentan, R. C. “Face,” The Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible, vol 2, p. 221.

"Little Words in the Bible That Make a Difference"

The Education Committee is pleased to welcome Dr. Jim Fleming back to Church Street this weekend for a series of five lectures over two days. This year Dr. Fleming will focus on "Little Words in the Bible That Make a Difference."

Dr. Fleming is the founder and director of the Explorations in Antiquity Center in LaGrange, GA. There, ancient history comes alive with full-scale archaeological reconstructions of discoveries from the ancient world. While living in Israel from 1974 to 2006, Dr. Fleming founded and directed the World of the Bible Archaeological Museum and Pilgrim Center in Jerusalem. He holds an Ed.D. degree from Southwestern Theological Seminary and has taught classes at Hebrew University in Israel. He is Adjunct Faculty member of a number of accredited graduate schools.

The schedule of lectures is below. All lectures are free of charge. There is a charge for dinner on Sunday, November 3. Reservations can be made by calling 524-3048.

Saturday, November 2
8:30-9 a.m. - Gathering Time & Coffee
9-10:15 a.m. - When Jesus Saw Their Faith: How the faith of others can help those who lack faith
10:30-11:45 a.m. - Five Barley Loaves and Two Small Fish: How God can bless and multiply our small gifts

Sunday, November 3
9:40-10:40 a.m. - The First Day of the Week: How understanding the Feast of the Firstfruit helps interpret Resurrection Sunday
4-5 p.m. - Now there were 153 Fish: How the Apostles learned to include as many people as there are kinds of people
5:45-7 p.m. - There were Three Generations of 14: Looking to the promised Davidic descendant




Sunday, October 27, 2013

Church Street Celebrates Children's Sunday

"Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these." -Luke 18:16

This morning, as we celebrated Children's Sunday,  the children of Church Street led us in worship. From songs to scripture, our children played an active role in both services. We are so blessed to have so many wonderful children in our congregation and we are thankful for their leadership this morning. We are also grateful for the opportunity to experience worship through their eyes, hearts and voices.  May we take the lessons our children teach us out into the community and beyond.










Thursday, October 24, 2013

Prepare for Advent with Wednesday Ladies Bible Study

The Wednesday Ladies Bible study will soon begin a new Advent study called The Women of Christmas by Liz Curtis Higgs.  The study looks at the lives of three women, Elizabeth, Mary and Anna, whose hearts belong to God. Follow each of their footsteps as you prepare for the Savior to enter your heart, your mind, and your life in a vibrant, new way this season.  We will read chapters each week and discuss study questions.  This five-week study meets every Wednesday, 9-11 a.m., from November 6, through December 11. Childcare is provided.  The cost of the book is $10.  Please contact Juanita Cowles at rockytoptennjc1@hughes.net to participate or for more information.   


Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Donations Needed For Thanksgiving Baskets

It's hard to think about Thanksgiving when it isn't even Halloween, but donations are needed to fund this year's Thanksgiving Baskets. Every year, our church is blessed to be able to provide baskets to needy families in the Knoxville area.  This year we are also helping Fran Lynch and Willow UMC in Willow, Alaska, provide baskets to their community.  For this to happen we need donations to purchase the food items here and in Willow.  We also will need people to assemble and deliver the baskets in our area.  Getting involved in this ministry is easy! 

• Provide a monetary donation to buy food items, make checks payable to Church Street UMC and note “Thanksgiving Basket” on your check.  A suggested donation of $50 will pay for one basket in Knoxville or Willow.  You can also give online by clicking here
• Assemble baskets for the Knoxville area by coming to the Gym on Thursday evening, November 21, at 6:30 p.m.  A pizza snack will be provided.  
• Deliver the baskets by coming to the Gym on Sunday, November 24, following Sunday School or 11 a.m. Worship to pick up a basket for a family near your home to be delivered on that afternoon.  



Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Get Ready for Trunk Or Treat

Our annual trick-or-treating event is scheduled for this Sunday, October 27, from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Magnolia Lot. We need plenty of cars to fill the parking lot to make the evening fun for everyone. All you have to do is choose a theme, decorate your car, and have plenty of goodies to hand out. Please prepare for at least 100 kids. 

Please note: Participating cars need to be parked and ready by 5:15 p.m. Cars entering the lot after 5:15 p.m. pose a danger to children who arrive early so we ask your cooperation with this schedule.

Supper will be served outside that evening (cost: $5 for adults, $3 for children) and there will be inflatables in the gym beginning at 6:15 p.m. Bring your friends and neighbors and be part of this fun fall event. 





Monday, October 21, 2013

BodyWorks Meets Tonight

BodyWorks, is underway at Church Street.  Sponsored by Covenant Health, BodyWorks is a convenient, affordable fitness class that incorporates a variety of exercise options for a complete workout. Each class is taught by a certified instructor from Covenant Health and is appropriate for just about any level of fitness. Below are the specifics about this opportunity at Church Street.

  •  Every Monday & Thursday, 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the gym
  •  $3/each class, $2/church members, first class is free
  •  No membership fees
  •  No contracts to sign
  •  Pay as you go, you only pay for the classes you attend
  •  Bring your mat, weights, water and appropriate shoes
  •  Find out more at www.covenanthealth.com/bodyworks



Friday, October 18, 2013

Dr. Jim Fleming Returns to Church Street

The Education Committee is pleased to welcome Dr. Jim Fleming back to Church Street for a series of five lectures over two days. This year Dr. Fleming will focus on "Little Words in the Bible That Make a Difference."

Dr. Fleming is the founder and director of the Explorations in Antiquity Center in LaGrange, GA. There, ancient history comes alive with full-scale archaeological reconstructions of discoveries from the ancient world. While living in Israel from 1974 to 2006, Dr. Fleming founded and directed the World of the Bible Archaeological Museum and Pilgrim Center in Jerusalem. He holds an Ed.D. degree from Southwestern Theological Seminary and has taught classes at Hebrew University in Israel. He is Adjunct Faculty member of a number of accredited graduate schools.

Dr. Fleming always brings to his lectures warmth, good humor, deep conviction and a remarkable knowledge of the archaeology, geography, history and theology of the Bible. We are pleased to welcome him back to Church Street.


The schedule of lectures is below. All lectures are free of charge. There is a charge for dinner on Sunday, November 3. Reservations can be made by calling 524-3048.

Saturday, November 2
9-10:15 a.m. - When Jesus Saw Their Faith: How the faith of others can help those who lack faith
10:30-11:45 a.m. - Five Barley Loaves and Two Small Fish: How God can bless and multiply our small gifts

Sunday, November 3
9:40-10:40 a.m. - The First Day of the Week: How understanding the Feast of the Firstfruit helps interpret Resurrection Sunday
4-5 p.m. - Now there were 153 Fish: How the Apostles learned to include as many people as there are kinds of people
5:45-7 p.m. - There were Three Generations of 14: Looking to the promised Davidic descendant




Thursday, October 17, 2013

5th Annual Bill & Fran BBQ

Each Thursday for almost three decades the Church Street Soup Kitchen has served the hungry in Downtown Knoxville. Today, in celebration of those who founded this important ministry all those years ago, we held the 5th Annual Bill & Fran BBQ. A huge meal of BBQ chicken, baked beans, potato salad and banana pudding was served up in Parish Hall. The event is typically held outside in the Magnolia lot, but the rain forced it inside. The dreary weather didn't dampen the enthusiasm of our volunteers or our guests!

Thank you to all the volunteers who worked many hours to make the meal possible. We served more than 300 meals this morning! We also thank the congregation for their prayers and continued support of the Church Street Soup Kitchen. If you're interested in volunteering at the Soup Kitchen on Thursdays, please see Pastor Darryll.






Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Homebound Communion

On Sunday, November 3, we will be taking Holy Communion to our homebound members.  You can help this ministry in two ways.  First, if you would like to be on one of teams that takes Holy Communion out to our members and you can commit to Sunday afternoon, November 3, contact Rick Isbell, Minister of Discipleship, at risbell@churchumc.org.  Second, if you know of a church member who would like to receive Holy Communion and cannot get to church for whatever reason, please let Rick Isbell know so they can be put on the list.  Teams will be assembled with a clergy member or a Stephen Minister to go out on November 3.  Your help is greatly appreciated.


Monday, October 14, 2013

Join Us For Trunk or Treat

Our annual trick-or-treating event is scheduled for Sunday, October 27, from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Magnolia Lot. We need plenty of cars to fill the parking lot to make the evening fun for everyone. All you have to do is choose a theme, decorate your car, and have plenty of goodies to hand out. Please prepare for at least 100 kids. Participating cars need to be parked and ready by 5:15 p.m. Cars entering the lot after 5:15 p.m. pose a danger to children who arrive early so we ask your cooperation with this schedule. 
    Supper will be served outside that evening (cost: $5 for adults, $3 for children) and there will be inflatables in the gym beginning at 6:15 p.m. Bring your friends and neighbors and be part of this fun fall event. For those wishing to decorate their cars, there is a sign up sheet located in the children’s hallway outside room 209. 



Friday, October 11, 2013

Master Arts Series Presents the Music of Haydn & Rheinberger

Last night the Nave was filled with the beautiful music of Haydn and Rheinberger. Knoxville Symphony conductor, Maestro Lucas Richman, conducted the Church Street Parish Adult Choir, the Knoxville Chamber Chorale and the KSO Chamber Orchestra in Franz Joseph Haydn's Theresienmesse in B Flat. Church Street's organist, Edie Johnson, performed Joseph Rheinberger's Organ Concerto in G Minor. Soloists for the Mass were Jami Anderson, soprano, Lauren Lyles, alto, Alex Ward, tenor, and Daniel Webb, bass.

We greatly appreciate all the musicians, especially Maestro Lucas Richman, for sharing their talents and making last night's collaboration possible. Thank you to everyone who came out for the event and for your continued support of the Master Arts Series at Church Street. Last night's concert was recorded by WUOT and will be aired at a later date.

Mark your calendar now for next Master Arts Concert coming up on Sunday, November 10.












Thursday, October 10, 2013

Thanksgiving Baskets

Every year, our church is blessed to be able to provide Thanksgiving baskets to needy families in the Knoxville area.  This year we are also helping Fran Lynch and Willow UMC in Willow, Alaska, provide baskets to their community.  For this to happen we need donations to purchase the food items here and in Willow.  We also will need people to assemble and deliver the baskets in our area.  Here’s how you can get involved:

• Provide a monetary donation to buy food items, make checks payable to Church Street UMC and note “Thanksgiving Basket” on your check.  A suggested donation of $50 will pay for one basket in Knoxville or Willow.    
• Assemble baskets for our area by coming to the Gym on Thursday afternoon, November 21, beginning at 6:30 p.m.  A pizza snack will be provided.  
• Deliver the baskets by coming to the Gym on Sunday, November 24, following Sunday School or 11 a.m. Worship to pick up a basket for a family near your home to be delivered on that afternoon.  





Monday, October 7, 2013

BodyWorks Begins Tonight

BodyWorks, begins at Church Street tonight.  Sponsored by Covenant Health, BodyWorks is a convenient, affordable fitness class that incorporates a variety of exercise options for a complete workout. Each class is taught by a certified instructor from Covenant Health and is appropriate for just about any level of fitness. Below are the specifics about this new opportunity coming to Church Street.

  •  Every Monday & Thursday, 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the gym
  •  $3/each class, $2/church members, first class is free
  •  No membership fees
  •  No contracts to sign
  •  Pay as you go, you only pay for the classes you attend
  •  Bring your mat, weights, water and appropriate shoes
  •  Find out more at www.covenanthealth.com/bodyworks


Friday, October 4, 2013

Football Parking Information For Tomorrow's Game

Church Street will offer game day parking tomorrow. Parking is $30 per regular space. We charge for the number of spaces you take up, including tailgating. Parking is first come first serve. The main entrance for parking is located on Cumberland Avenue and will open first. Other lots will open as needed. Please do not park in any lot until a parking attendant is on duty. 

Lots open at 7 a.m. on Saturday, October 5.


Bed Linens for KARM

Knox Area Rescue Ministries (KARM) sleeps between 250 and 400 men and women every night of the year. With the weather turning cooler, the beds will consistently be full with overflow using mats on the floor. KARM provides simple bed linens for each guest every night and is in need of new sets to prepare for the winter months. We are asking Church Streeters to donate new twin sheet sets consisting of a fitted sheet, flat sheet, and pillow case. If you would leave your gift of new linens in the main church office, it will be greatly appreciated.


Thursday, October 3, 2013

Musings With The Maestro

Don't forget to make a dinner reservation and join us for Sunday Night Live on October 6. After the meal, Lucas Richman from the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra will present the program, Musings with the Maestro. Richman has served as the Music Director for the KSO since 2003. He received a GRAMMY Award in 2011 for his work conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Richman recently announced he will conclude his tenure with the KSO following the 2014-2015 season. Richman will conduct the Church Street Parish Adult Choir along with the KSO Chamber Orchestra and the Knoxville Chamber Choir at the next Master Arts concert on Thursday, October 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the Nave. 

Dinner starts at 5 p.m. Cost is $7 per adult and $4 per child, with a family maximum of $20. There is a 50 cent discount per person if paid in advance. Reservations are required.  Please make reservations by Thursday, October 3,  by calling the church office at 524-3048 or e-mailing reservations@churchstreetumc.org




Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Master Arts Tickets On Sale Now

Buy your tickets now for the next Master Arts concert on Thursday, October 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the Nave. Knoxville Symphony conductor, Maestro Lucas Richman, will conduct the Church Street Parish Adult Choir, the Knoxville Chamber Choir and the KSO Chamber Orchestra in Franz Joseph Haydn’s Theresienmesse in B Flat. Church Street’s organist, Edie Johnson, will perform Joseph Rheinberger’s Organ Concerto in G Minor. Soloists for the Mass will be Jami Anderson, soprano, Lauren Lyles, alto, Alex Ward, tenor, and Daniel Webb, bass. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students. You may purchase tickets online by clicking here.  




Tuesday, October 1, 2013

BodyWorks Begins at Church Street Next Week

BodyWorks, is coming to Church Street beginning Monday, October 7.  Sponsored by Covenant Health, BodyWorks is a convenient, affordable fitness class that incorporates a variety of exercise options for a complete workout. Each class is taught by a certified instructor from Covenant Health and is appropriate for just about any level of fitness. Below are the specifics about this new opportunity coming to Church Street.

  •  Every Monday & Thursday, 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the gym
  •  $3/each class, $2/church members, first class is free
  •  No membership fees
  •  No contracts to sign
  •  Pay as you go, you only pay for the classes you attend
  •  Bring your mat, weights, water and appropriate shoes
  •  Find out more at www.covenanthealth.com/bodyworks