Friday, August 16

6 p.m. — Corn Roast

Back Yard of the Howard Center

Please RSVP by Friday, August 9, 2013.

Fresh, sweet Michigan corn is the star of our meal, but there will be other great dishes to eat, and time to visit with friends under the refreshing shade trees surrounding the Howard Center.

8 p.m. — Vespers

Howard Performing Arts Center

“The 10 Commandments of Enchantment Learning”—Leonard Sweet

Dr. Sweet currently serves as the E. Stanley Jones professor of evangelism at Drew Theological School at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. He is also a visiting distinguished professor at George Fox University in Portland, Ore. Sweet is a leading figure in the emerging church movement and is a major figure in discussions about Christianity’s transition to postmodernity. He is also an advocate of contextualizing Christianity into modern American culture. Dr. Sweet has repeatedly been voted one of the most influential Christian leaders in America. He has spoken all over the world in places like Brazil and Australia and now joins us in our beautiful corner of Southwest Michigan.

Sabbath, August 17

11:45 a.m. — Fall Fellowship at Worship

Pioneer Memorial Church

“I Will Do A New Thing—Again.” —Dwight K. Nelson

Pastor Nelson culminates the summer "preseason of prayer" with a special service of worship, dedication and prayer, claiming the biblical promise of Isaiah 43:19; 44:3

1:30–3:30 p.m. — Fall Fellowship Buffet Dinner

Campus Center, Great Lakes Room

Please RSVP by Friday, August 9, 2013.

Come for the delicious food—stay for fellowship with great people in our Andrews community. Spouses and children are welcome.

3:30 p.m. — Fall Fellowship Activities

Join the new friends you’ve made for canoeing, biking, hiking or a hayride. This is a great opportunity to enjoy the glorious Michigan summer and make memories.

Please RSVPCanoeing: Martin Bradfield & Dave Village

Ten canoes will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Meet at the Jasper Dairy Road public access at 3:30 p.m. Directions from the main campus entrance: turn right onto M-139 and travel 4.6 miles to Jasper Dairy Road. Turn right and go 1 mile to the river.  The bus will take you back to the Andrews Dairy river access where the canoe ride begins. The paddle will take about 1.5 hours to where your vehicle is parked.
You are welcome to participate in your own canoe or kayak.   Have fun, but please make sure to follow all river safety precautions including wearing your life jacket (PFD) while on the river. An adult guardian must accompany children. 

Please RSVPMountain Bike Trails:

Bring your own bike and explore the intricacies of the campus mountain bike trails. Meet at the Pathfinder Building parking lot.

Please RSVPNature Walk on Andrews Trails: Michael Villwock

Meet at the Pathfinder Building parking lot for a guided walk of the natural beauty along the river and through the woods.

Please RSVP3:30 Hayride to Andrews Dairy/Orchards: Garth Woodruff & Kathy Koudele
Please RSVP4:30 Hayride to Andrews Dairy/Orchards: Garth Woodruff & Kathy Koudele
Please RSVP5:30 Hayride to Andrews Dairy/Orchards: Garth Woodruff & Kathy Koudele

One-hour rides depart from the Johnson Gym parking lot.
Driver – Dale Birney. Children must be accompanied by adult guardian.