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Last updated on January 14, 2019

NEXT C.A.P. CLASS

"Paint for Fun" Class
Wednesday, February 13 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

   

Come join artist Mary Zillman, member and on the Board of Buffalo Art Guild.  Mary has taught art at Maple Lake Elementary to Kindergarten through fourth grade, the Buffalo Discovery School and at the Buffalo Community Center. Supplies will be provided for a creative experience
We will be painting with liquid watercolor paints. We will paint on Yupo paper and traditional 140# cold press cards. No experience is necessary. If you can hold a brush and breathe – You can “Paint For Fun”.
 You may want to bring a paint shirt or apron.
 
Mary states that she, “would be honored to paint with you.

 
 

This opportunity is offered by
C. A.  P.
Donation of $5.00 is suggested.
Space is limited.
Please call Christy at
763-682-2773 or email office@buffalopresbyterian.org
to register.

UPCOMING CLASSES
2nd Wednesday of the month
10:00 – 12:00 at BPC.
Suggested $5.00 donation per class.
To register please call Christy at 763-682-2773 or email office@buffalopresbyterian.org
 
 
Feb. 2/13/19: 
Mary Zillman
Watercolor program

 
March 3/13/19:
Abundant Kitchen

 

Congregational Development Award 2018
 

 Buffalo Presbyterian Church, undertook a transformative restructuring of our congregation and its place in our community.  This concept named, Together and Growing, (TAG), began its work in 2012 as part of the Mission in a Changing World Program sponsored by the Presbytery of The Twin Cities Area.  The four strategic objectives that were the focus for BPC and TAG were:
 

1.To energize Sunday morning worship & Education

2.To share our faith by using fine arts opportunities that intersect with our community.

3.To share an enriching ministry with seniors (new retirees) in our community.

 

4.To stay committed to children

 
We designed an opportunity this Spring, 2018, to engage further with newly retired and elderly through fine arts. In May 2018, an application was sent to the Committee on Congregational Vitality, specifically requesting funds in the area of Congregational Development.
 
In August, 2018. BPC was awarded a Congregational Development Grant. This grant, Ministry through the Arts will allow us to engage further with newly retired and retired people through fine arts events.
 

Once a month, art events held at BPC, will be developed for people both within our congregation and community. These events will have local instructors teach/demonstrate various activities that will be opened to the public and will be focused on connecting our church to our community, including a strong partnership with the Buffalo Art Guild.