All classes are a part of First Friends All Out Sports & Recreation Ministry. The All Out Sports and Recreation Ministry at First Friends (FFC) is rooted in our belief that all areas of life are sacred and everything we do must be under the Lordship of Christ (Col 3:17-23). We believe God is delighted when we pray but also when we play. He has created us with abilities and desires to play and compete and thus we “worship” Him in our activity (Romans 12:1).
The Sports and Rec Ministry of FFC gives the whole family opportunities for health, fitness, friendship, fun, competition, venue for outreach, and spiritual development in an inviting, Christ-centered atmosphere. “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, working for the Lord, not for human masters.” Colossians 3:23
|Registration||Registration is available online at our website and brochures will be available at the church by March. A completed registration form and fee must be received in the Sports & Rec Office by TBD, or when class is full, whichever occurs first.|
|Fees||TBD ($5.00 fee retained if refund requested)
No refund will be given to any player who withdraws after the first week of practices. An exception may be granted at the discretion of the staff due to medical reasons only. Further, no refund will be given to any player removed from the league during the course of the season for disciplinary reasons.
|Duration||September 13, 2016 to November 15, 2016|
|Location||First Friends Church
5455 Market Ave N
Canton, OH 44714
Tap Dance for ages 3-8. Classes held TBD. Parent Meeting: TBD at First Friends Church
Other uniform requirements:
No words/illustrations on the derriere.
Students with long hair must pull the hair back.
Shorts longer than fingertip length.
Shirts must cover midriff and be either wide strapped tank or t-shirt.
Questions? Contact First Friends Sports and Recreation Ministry at Ph#330-966-6868, email email@example.com
|Away Team||Home Team||Game Date||Away Score||Home Score||Venue|
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“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6