Thursday, December 10, 2009

Heavenview Partners with Salem Terrace

We created Christmas ornaments with the residents at Salem Terrace on Tuesday, December 8th.

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Ruth & Friends


Lilly, Nikki and Tammy


Kim and Jenna


Kim, Jenna, Gavi, Pam and John Boy

Thanks to all who participated on December 8th. We enjoyed spreading Christmas cheer and most importantly the love of Christ.

Our next Salem Terrace night is Tuesday, January 13th at 6 PM. Email Christie for more details.

Christmas Choir Concert at Thru Way with Samaritan Ministries

Heavenview's Christmas Choir participated in this year's Penny Campaign for Samaritan Ministries.


Pastor Brian sings a solo


Everyone participated!


Heavenview's Christmas Choir


Heavenview's Christmas Choir


Heavenview's Christmas Choir


Jay sings a solo


Brian and Pastor Dan

Thanks to all who participated in this event!

Monday, November 30, 2009

Heavenview's SECOND ANNUAL Benefit Concert



We invite you to join us for our Second Annual Benefit Concert. "A Way In A Manger" is the theme. The Salvation Army is the recipient of our donations.

The Concert will take place at 1410 West Clemmonsville Road in Winston-Salem on Sunday, December 13th at 6 PM.

We hope to see you there!

We are asking our attendees to consider bringing an unwrapped toy.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Heavenview Partners With Salem Terrace

Salem Terrace is an assisted living home for the elderly in Winston-Salem.

Last night we went to Salem Terrace to encourage the residents TO BE THANKFUL at the start of this holiday season.

Nikki shared Philippians 1:3-4 (NLT) - "Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God. I always pray for you, and I make my requests with a heart full of joy."

We then worked together to create a Helping Hands and Happy Hearts wreath - personalized to show the things for which we thank God each day. We want to be THANKFUL during this holiday season and always!



Thanks to Corrine for helping us with our craft and Jenna for putting a smile on the faces of the residents. Thanks to all those who helped serve cookies and milk while we worked together to create something meaningful.

See you at Salem Terrace on Tuesday, December 8th at 6:00 PM.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

10 Ways to Love Your Neighbor

Loving your neighbor doesn't require a huge bank account or selling your possessions and moving to the desert (unless, of course, God is calling you to do that).

Here are practical ways you can love your neighbors:

1. Write a note. In these days of electronic communication, receiving a handwritten note is a rare treat. Today, ask God to bring to mind someone who could use a little encouragement. Then take a few minutes to jot a quick note or postcard and drop it in the mail, just letting that person know you're thinking about them.

2. Give blood. The American Red Cross estimates that "every two seconds someone in America needs blood" and over 4 million Americans donate to the cause. To learn more about donating blood visit your local American Red Cross. (Also mark your calendars for Saturday, February 13th. Heavenview will partner with the Red Cross again this year... Have a Heart! Give Blood.)

3. Clean out the garage. No doubt you've got a garage or basement full of stuff you've been meaning to get rid of. Consider having a garage sale and donating the proceeds to a local charity, food pantry or ministry. You can also donate the goods to organizations like the Salvation Army or Volunteers of America.

4. Adopt a soldier. Even if don't know anyone serving in the military you can send a letter that will be distributed to soldiers longing for a word from home. Anysoldier.com lists military members serving overseas who are willing to accept mail and distribute it to troops who don't have family. You can send something one time, or write regularly to a soldier. While you might not get a personal response (although often the military member who's agreed to receive and distribute the packages will post an update online), you can be sure that your letters and packages encourage the men and women fighting far from home.

5. Volunteer at a local school. Griffith Alternative School is looking for volunteers to make a difference in the lives of the students. Sign up by contacting Christie.

6. Wait a minute. This is an easy way to show love and kindness: the next time you're out shopping, let the person behind you in line go first. They won't expect your willingness to wait a few minutes, and you'll both feel a little better for the random act of kindness.

7. Buy someone a meal. I recently went through a drive-thru and thought that I would do something nice for the person behind me in line. After paying for my meal, I asked the cashier how much the guy's meal was in the car behind me - and I paid for it. I left a church card with the cashier to keep and another one to give to the guy - in case he wondered why I did what I did. I wanted him to know that I have the love of Christ at work in me.

8. Bake a double batch. Next time you're whipping up a batch of cookies - even if you're using a pre-packaged mix - double the batch and bring the extras to a neighbor. You don't have to have a reason to share!

9. Mow your neighbor's lawn. Chances are there's someone in your neighborhood who would be delighted to have their lawn mowed for them. Maybe it's someone who isn't physically able to do it themselves or a family whose mom or dad is serving in the military. (Really, who wouldn't love to have someone else mow their lawn?) When you fire up your own mower, take some time to take care of the chore for a neighbor.

10. Stay the night at a local Homeless Shelter. The Samaritan Ministries is always looking for volunteers to staff their overnight shelter. If you are interested in volunteering and showing love to our neighbors, contact Christie.

Why wait until January 9th, 2010 to start? You can start right now.

Friday, October 16, 2009

A Call To Action

Please contact Christie if you are interested in going to Griffith Academy to volunteer as a Hall Monitor, a Lunch Buddy or a Reading Tutor.

There is also an immediate need of receiving help with a project in their gym. They hope to accomplish this project within the next week. Sign up to help by emailing Christie at the link above.

Thank you.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Salem Terrace Assisted Living Needs YOU!


"The Forgotten"

She sits there waiting patiently

And wipes away a tear,
Wishing that a visitor
Would suddenly appear.

Someone to say, “How are you?”
And greet her with a smile.
Someone to sit beside her
And chat a little while.

It’s hard for her to understand
Just what she’s doing there.
What happened to her family
And friends who used to care?

How come she’s been abandoned
Like some old worn-out shoe?
What crime has she committed?
What bad thing did she do?

She’s only one of many
In an oldster’s home today
Who finds the price of longer life
Is much too high to pay.

That picture could be quickly changed
If all of us would spend
Some extra time just visiting
A relative or friend

Who’s shut away from all the things
That once were held so dear,
And needs to be reminded
That at least someone is near

To take her by the hand and say,
“How are you?” with a smile,
And then sit close beside her
And just love her for awhile!

Heavenview invites you to participate in their Serving Our Generation opportunities while ministering to the elderly at Salem Terrace Assisted Living on Old Salisbury Road in Winston-Salem.

Sign up for a second Tuesday event from 6:15 PM until 7:30 PM by emailing Christie.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Heavenview Auto Show

Heavenview will be hosting a Car Show on Saturday, October 31st at 10 AM. We hope you can join us!!!

If you are interested in learning more, please contact Pastor Dan.

Thank you.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

ACS Needs Our Help!

During their letter writing campaign this year, if you can help by signing letters, please let Amy at ACS know.

Please sign up for one, two or three hour blocks of time (e.g. on Wed., we will be signing from 3:00 until 6:00, choose 3:00, 4:00 or 5:00 or any combination as your signing time). Feel free to call Amy at 777-0116 if you have questions about the dates, times or place.

Times:

* Thursday, Oct. 8 3:00-7:00
* Friday, Oct. 9 12:00-4:00
* Saturday, Oct. 10 10:00-2:00
* Monday, Oct. 12 12:00-4:00
* Tuesday, Oct. 13 9:00-1:00

Thanks for making a difference!

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Samaritan Ministries Opportunity



Heavenview presents you with the opportunity to stay overnight at The Samaritan Ministries Homeless Shelter.

If you are interested in staying at the shelter on any of the
following nights, (you would need to arrive by 6:30 PM and plan to stay until 7:00 AM) please send an email to Christie.

Thursday, September 3rd

Saturday, September 5th

(They are desperate for help on this evening)

Thursday, September 24th

Saturday, October 3rd


Thanks for volunteering!

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Heavenview Goes To Salem Terrace


Jessica played the piano.


Corrine led us in devotion.


Corrine left us with an encouraging word for the week.

Thanks to all who participated in our Salem Terrace Night.

Mark your calendars for Thursday, September 24th from 6:15 PM until 7:30 PM.

Sign up for our next Serving Our Generation Event at Salem Terrace by emailing Christie.

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Food Drive at Heavenview





Heavenview is hosting a Food Drive through the months of August AND September for Aids Care Services and Second Harvest Food Bank.

Please bring non-perishable food items to Heavenview each time you visit!

To learn more about these very worthy organizations, click on the links above.

Let's fight hunger together.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

VBS at Heavenview

Press Release

Heavenview United Pentecostal Church is located at 1410 West Clemmonsville Road in Winston-Salem. They are hosting their annual Vacation Bible School, August 6th-9th.

This year’s western theme is entitled “Round-Up: The Hatfields and The McCoys”. Each night features crafts, Bible lessons, singing and drama. On Thursday, August 6th and on Friday, August 7th their activities will begin at 6:30 PM. On Saturday, their Field Day will begin at 10:00 AM and will include Horse rides, a huge blow-up slide, a big Bounce castle, exciting games, thrilling drama and great food.

On Sunday morning at 10:00 AM you are invited to the Grand Finale in the Fellowship Hall of the new facility. A mock western town will be the backdrop for all the fun and excitement.

Registration is free and for ages 4-12. Children under 4 are welcome if accompanied by their parents. Adults are welcome to attend the General Assembly each night at 7:30 PM and on Sunday morning at 10:00 AM.

For registration or for more information please call 336-784-8735 or 850-501-6388.

Good Help is NOT SO HARD TO FIND around Heavenview



We are so grateful to all those who Serve their Generation by giving of themselves even in the small ways - to make a HUGE difference in our community and around our church campus!

Friday, July 10, 2009

June 26th - Samaritan Ministries



We spent the night at the homeless shelter on Friday evening, June 26th. We will be uploading pictures of our experiences soon.

We were blessed to participate in this effort - and our lives are forever changed.

If you are interested in serving with us in future Serving Our Generation opportunities, please contact Christie.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Health Ministry with Dr. Cohn




Our Health Ministers, Jay and Angela, meet each Monday in our Community Center at 7 PM. It is located at 1410 West Clemmonsville Road in Winston-Salem.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Missions Yard Sale and FREE Community Car Wash

We raised over $2,500 at our Missions Yard Sale on Saturday, May 16th.

A special thank you goes to all who participated!









Friday, May 8, 2009

Calling ALL Volunteers!!!

We are asking for:

One Caring Adult to connect with One High School Student, One Time each week during the school year.

Please contact Christie to sign up to attend the volunteer fair for this organization's efforts. It will take place in August of 2009.

To learn more about Graduate. It Pays. click here.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Salem Pregnancy Center



If you are interested in BECOMING A MENTOR for Salem Pregnancy Care Center's HOPE Program, please contact Christie. The deadline for sign-up is quickly approaching.

You can learn more about this organization by clicking on the image above.

We want to support the Salem Pregnancy Care Center in their fund raising needs. Here's how YOU CAN HELP! Please see Christie to receive a baby bottle that you can fill with a contribution to the center.

These filled baby bottles will be collected NO LATER THAN Sunday, May 31st.

Be an agent of change. Make a difference today.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Missions Yard Sale and FREE Community Car Wash



Mark your calendars and plan to participate in our Serving Our Generation Missions Yard Sale and FREE Community Car Wash!

The date: Saturday, May 16th at 8 AM
The location: 1410 West Clemmonsville Road, Winston-Salem North Carolina
For more information: Call 336-784-8735 or email Christie

Samaritan Ministries Opportunity



We only have FOUR SLOTS LEFT for this Serving Our Generation event!

Sign up by emailing Christie to participate in an overnight stay at the Samaritan Ministries Shelter on Friday, June 26th from 7 PM until 7 AM.

Once you sign up you will receive a FAQ sheet and a few other important pieces of information related to your stay from Christie.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

CPR Training was offered at Heavenview for April's Serving Our Generation Event













Many thanks to Herman for helping us learn CPR and for giving us an incredible discount on the cost of our class.

We will have another CPR Class in the future, if you are interested in signing up, please email Christie.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Salem Pregnancy Center Walk for Life

PLEASE Consider taking a stand for life and join us next month at our Annual Walk for LIFE!!!!

Saturday – April 25th
9 am Check in – 10 am Walk Begins
Bolton Park
Register today at http://www.salempregnancy.org/ or contact Jennifer Fogle at 336-760-3680 ext 206

Did you know… that babies like us are “terminated” every day when birthmoms do not receive factual information, practical assistance, and emotional support?

Did you know… that abortions are performed for any reason up to 20 weeks in North Carolina, 24 weeks in Atlanta, and 32+ weeks in Kansas?

Did you know… that teens are under tremendous pressure in our culture to be sexually active at an early age, with 70% of children born in the African American community to unwed mothers?

WHAT IS BEING DONE?

SALEM PREGNANCY CARE CENTER…

· provides free pregnancy tests (500+ per year), educational materials, counseling on all pregnancy options, with referrals for pre-natal care, providing for over 1,300 client visits per year

· provides free ultrasounds so birthmoms can see their babies

· provides abstinence until marriage education to 8,000 eighth-graders in our area through medical and drama presentations (Worth the Wait)

· provides parenting, adoption, and spiritual education, material assistance, and help with post-abortion healing through the HOPE client program

· provides individual and family counseling, pre-marital, and adoption counseling

· shares the Gospel and discusses spiritual issues through counseling and the

· New Life Bible Study classes (English and Spanish)

· ESL (English as a Second Language) NEW in 2008!

· Footsteps Mentoring Program for Clients Beginning June 1st!

· Mentoring for males (significant others) NEW in 2008!

· Parent’s Support Group (parent’s of those that are faced with the crisis pregnancy)

· is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that exists to assist teens and women in making informed decisions about their life, their futures, and pregnancy options

WE NEED YOU TO BE INVOLVED!
Please participate in this year’s Walk for Life fundraising event
as a Walker or a Sponsor! It’s easy and it’s fun!

Can you walk? It’s a GREAT event for the family AND the family pooch!
Call or email TODAY!

Jenniferspcc@triad.rr.com
336-760-3680 ext. 206

If you are not available to attend, call or email your pledge TODAY!

Monday, March 2, 2009

Health Screening at Heavenview

Click on the image above to see this ad full screen.

We invite you to participate in our Health Screening at Heavenview on Monday, April 6, 2009 from 4 PM to 8 PM.

You will find us as 1410 West Clemmonsville Road in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

More details to come.

Natural Triad Health and Wellness Show

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Please contact Jay or Angela Tomes for more information regarding this special opportunity.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Christian Mentoring Opportunity

Click the above image to see the actual flyer. It will be full screen.

Ask Jennifer Bibb or Christie Ponjican how you can get involved in Christian Mentoring by sending them an email with "Christian Mentoring" in the subject line.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Red Cross Blood Drive


The Red Cross sponsored a Blood Drive at Heavenview in Winston-Salem on Saturday, February 14, 2009. This event was a great blessing to our church and our community.

We are especially grateful for the tremendous effort of the staff that represented the Red Cross with excellence this past Saturday.

All of our donors, volunteers, and church ministry personnel were genuinely impressed with the service and skill of all of these wonderful folks.