Breaking Bread: June - August 2019
Breaking Bread is an opportunity for individuals and families of all shapes and sizes who are attending South Harbor Church to get to know each other on a more personal level. Every 3 months, groups of 3 individuals/families will be connected and together they will coordinate where & when they will meet during their 90 day period. Each group will have a volunteer LEAD who will help coordinate and communicate. We encourage each group to rotate the responsibility of "hosting" once a month. You can choose to open up your home, meet at a local park or restaurant, or be even more creative and go bowling, rollerskating, laser-tag, wall-climbing, trivia, local concerts/sporting events, etc. Groups can decide if they want to include kids or have a kid-free night together. After three months, groups will be shuffled and reassigned. Additionally, new individuals and families will be given an opportunity to sign-up. We look forward to having you join us!
For questions, contact Tierra @
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Name of Spouse/Fiance/Significant Other Participating with You
Number of Children
Names of Children Participating with You
Were you involved in a South Harbor Breaking Bread group previously?
How long have you attended South Harbor?
New to the church
Less than 3 months
3 - 6 months
6 - 12 months
1 - 2 years
How would you prefer to be matched?
I would prefer to be matched by life stage/phase (similarly situated individuals, couples, or families)
I would prefer to be matched by distance (closest proximity)
I would prefer to be matched by both life stage/phase and distance (if possible)
I have no preferences for how I/we will be matched
Take the LEAD
*LEAD = willing to host the first month for your group, post your groups monthly dates to meet on the FB page, and be the contact person for your group with the Breaking Bread Coordinator
Would you be willing to take the LEAD for your Breaking Bread small group?
Maybe next time
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