Hope 2 Oban

Sunday, 22 January 2012

Such Fun! - Aviemore has a Deep Impact on H2O Team

Over this past weekend, five intrepid explorers from Oban joined over 300 other youth and children's workers and volunteers at the annual Deep Impact conference in Aviemore.
The group took part in times of worship, scriptural teaching, a plethora of seminars, as well as meeting with friends old and new from all over Scotland.

Friday, 20 January 2012

GFG Party In The New Year!

Yep, it's 2012 and GFG started the new year in party mode.
Alongside the 'traditional' dance-offs and party games (Ewen - rubbish dancer!), GFG took time to consider hopes and dreams for 2012 and beyond.
The group also planned ahead for the new term and future exciting events and activities.
As ever, watch this space for ongoing updates!
GFG (Games, Food and God) meets on Tuesday evenings, wee optional Bible study - 6.30 - 7.15, main gathering 7.30 - 9pm.
GFG is for young folk from P7 - S4.
For further details contact Rachel or Ewen on (01631) 564239.

2012 - Roasty, Toasty, Warm and Cozy! An H2O Time of Review, Reflection and Future Directions!

Ardeonaig Outdoor Centre, by Loch Tay, continues to provide the perfect setting for Directors, Staff, Volunteers and Friends of Hope 2 Oban to come together annaully to reflect upon and give thanks for the year that has passed and to plan for and pray about the year and times ahead.
Last weekend was no exception. There was a healthy turnout for the occasion.
Friday evening was about coming together, meeting with the Lord, welcoming some new faces, and spending time in reflection of a 7th birthday year which, as ever, was packed with loads of fulfilling, fruitful work within the communities of Oban and the surrounding area.
Our Saturday was grounded in focussed prayer and scriptural teaching, and many thanks go to our visitor Rev. Angus Morrison for his informative, insightful and often entertaining look into both The Great Commandment and The Great Commission.
For the remainder of Saturday we gazed forward to the future of the 'Walled Garden Project' as it is currently known, the ongoing growth and development of Club H2O, and aspects of Inter-agency/ partnership youth work, locally, within the county and nationally.
As ever, we are indebted to many for the organisation and delivery of such an encouraging and successful overnight event, so 'THANK YOU' all. You know who you are!