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FAMILY BIKING EVERY SATURDAY
Bring your family and come ride with us. We will meet every Saturday when schedule and weather permit, at around 9am or 3pm and ride for about 4-6 hours. We usually returned by 3pm or 9pm. Typically, we will meet somewhere in the twin cities area or a place predetermined by the group organizer and ride on one of it's trails.
We each will pack small snacks and drinks and when we reach our destination, we will have a small picnic and rest a little, then ride back. There is no requirement on what you can and can't ride, as long as it is permitted by law. Some of us ride electric scooters, some will ride electric bikes, some will ride regular bikes. Ride what you want. The idea is to have people come out, enjoy each other's company, enjoy nature and get some exercise done.This is not a "race" ride, but rather it is a casual, relaxing ride, so the whole family can join in and you don't have to be a member of this group or a member of our church to come ride with us. Everyone is welcome, we would love to have you ride with us!
We have fellowship with one another and help pray for one another. Before and after each ride, we always pray and thank God for His creation for us to enjoy and that we are very thankful for the opportunity for us to ride together. If anyone needs prayer, we are always available to pray for you.
So, come join us and ride with us!
Location will be announced by group leader.
Every Saturday @ 9am or 3pm
*Group biking activities are postponed due to winter. We will try to ride again when the weather is warmer. But new members can still join this group. Updated 10/29/2020
People Living with DisAbility
(Nujyob Jae Vang)
This Lifegroup is for people with disability. Its intention is to encourage them to grow in their faith, their spiritual practice, and to use their gifts for the good of each other. We aim to get to know one another’s interests and gifts. The question is not how can we help people with disabilities, but a more important question is: how can people with disabilities share their gifts and love with us?
We will meet at a place predetermined by the group leader and introduce each other, talk about the disability in our life, and life story. I will teach sign language, create fun activities such as drawing, painting, coloring, walking, shopping, and other similar activities. We may also try to bring special guest speakers to share their experience with us.
People with disability desire to be like anyone else. Don't let your disability make you different. We will pray for each other at the end of each meeting.
Anyone who cares, supports, and loves (or wants to be a peer supporter of) people with a disability are encouraged to join.