EVENTS

 

FEATURED EVENTS

FAMILY SERVE

Saturday, March 7, 9:00–11:00 am

Join us March 7 from 9:00–11:00 am at Christian Service Mission for a service opportunity for the whole family (children ages 6+). This month, we will be sorting donations from CVS. There are only spots for six families each month, click below to sign up and for more details! 

MORNING OF PRAYER

Saturday, March 7

Sign up on Sunday, February 23 & March 1 with George or Ruth Jones for a time slot at our Morning of Prayer on Saturday, March 7. Groups will meet every hour on the hour and meet for 30 minutes (example: 6:00-6:30am). 300 Union Hill Drive, 35209. 

FAITH & WORK FORUM SERIES

Sunday, March 8

Join us Sunday, March 8 at 10:00 am for a special Faith and Work Forum Series in the Sanctuary during Sunday School. Andy & Ashley McMakin will be our featured speakers! Click here to learn more.

CHURCH DIRECTORY PHOTOS

Sunday, February 23, March 1, & March 8

Get your photo taken for our NEW church member directory! Sign up below for a date and time (one time slot per family). We are offering four time slots (before and after worship services) on February 23, March 1, and March 8. All pictures will be taken in the Narthex.

SUPPER CLUB 7

March 19 at 7:00 pm

Join women from the church for dinner at a local restaurant on March 19 at 7:00 pm to meet and fellowship together. Sign up by March 13 and you’ll be contacted about where to meet.

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RECURRING EVENTS

ADULTS

Is there a significant difference in the arch support of the Edensoles insole compared to the competitor insoles?


Yes! The Edensoles has lower arch support pressure than the competitor orthotics. It also has a more consistent pressure during the foot strike while the competitor products increase the arch pressure during the push off phase of walking. (this is the main advantage of our Dynamic Customisation technology) This critical point is shown in the above graphs The rigid insole has similar arch support to the Edensoles at initial contact, but increases during push off. The Edensoles has much more even arch support even while pushing off.




Do testers feel a difference in the support, comfort, or cushioning of these insoles?


Yes! We had 5 male testers (average weight and foot shape for each gender) try out Edensoles at Heeluxe, LLC, in Santa Barbara, CA. The testers prefer the initial comfort, overall comfort, arch support, and cushioning of the Edensoles insole.




Do they have a preference for how one's insoles matches the shape of their foot?


Yes! The 5 male testers prefer how the Edensoles insole matches the shape of their foot. There is a significant difference in how much they prefer the shape of Edensoles over a rigid support insoles.





WOMEN

Is there a significant difference in the arch support of the Edensoles insole compared to the competitor insoles?


Yes! The Edensoles has lower arch support pressure than the competitor orthotics. It also has a more consistent pressure during the foot strike while the competitor products increase the arch pressure during the push off phase of walking. (this is the main advantage of our Dynamic Customisation technology) This critical point is shown in the above graphs The rigid insole has similar arch support to the Edensoles at initial contact, but increases during push off. The Edensoles has much more even arch support even while pushing off.




Do testers feel a difference in the support, comfort, or cushioning of these insoles?


Yes! We had 5 male testers (average weight and foot shape for each gender) try out Edensoles at Heeluxe, LLC, in Santa Barbara, CA. The testers prefer the initial comfort, overall comfort, arch support, and cushioning of the Edensoles insole.




Do they have a preference for how one's insoles matches the shape of their foot?


Yes! The 5 male testers prefer how the Edensoles insole matches the shape of their foot. There is a significant difference in how much they prefer the shape of Edensoles over a rigid support insoles.





MEN

Is there a significant difference in the arch support of the Edensoles insole compared to the competitor insoles?


Yes! The Edensoles has lower arch support pressure than the competitor orthotics. It also has a more consistent pressure during the foot strike while the competitor products increase the arch pressure during the push off phase of walking. (this is the main advantage of our Dynamic Customisation technology) This critical point is shown in the above graphs The rigid insole has similar arch support to the Edensoles at initial contact, but increases during push off. The Edensoles has much more even arch support even while pushing off.




Do testers feel a difference in the support, comfort, or cushioning of these insoles?


Yes! We had 5 male testers (average weight and foot shape for each gender) try out Edensoles at Heeluxe, LLC, in Santa Barbara, CA. The testers prefer the initial comfort, overall comfort, arch support, and cushioning of the Edensoles insole.




Do they have a preference for how one's insoles matches the shape of their foot?


Yes! The 5 male testers prefer how the Edensoles insole matches the shape of their foot. There is a significant difference in how much they prefer the shape of Edensoles over a rigid support insoles.





CHILDREN

FOUNDATIONS FOR LITTLE ONES


Moms and littles, join us at 9:30 am in the Boathouse for a Bible story, music, and craft time. This "Mommy and Me" times is designed for children ages 0-4yrs. Foundation dates TBD. Contact Beth Pearson for more information.




CAHABA KIDS


Children in 4K- 4th grade meet on Wednesday afternoons from 3:30-5:00 pm for afternoons of music, art, and games. RSVP is required (dates TBD). Contact Jordan Holt for more information.




COMMUNICANTS CLASS


This class, offered yearly, prepares children to take their church membership vows and receive Communion. This class will be available for students currently in 3rd grade or above. An informational meeting for parents will be held on Sunday, January 12, in the Sanctuary during Sunday school (10:00 am). Generally, this class is offered once a year. For information contact Jordan Holt.




KIDS QUEST


Kids Quest is a time of learning, worship, snack, and fun for Kindergarten and 1st grade kids during both the 8:30 and 11:00 service. Kids Quest kids are dismissed from the Sanctuary into the Narthex during the offering and should be picked up by their parents in the Boathouse after the service. Contact Jordan Holt for more information.




VBS


Our 2020 Vacation Bible School will take place May 31–June 3 in the evenings.




STUDIO C


Our 2020 Summer Arts Camp for Kids, Studio C, will take place on Wednesday, July 22.





YOUTH

SUNDAY NIGHT FELLOWSHIP


Will resume on January 26m 2020.

  • 5th–8th Guys/Girls, 5:00pm–7:30 pm, at the church
  • 9th–12th Girls, Contact Kellie
  • 9th–12th Guys, 7:45pm–9:00 pm, at the church
Questions? Email Justin Pillsbury.




SUNDAY SCHOOL


The Youth (5th - 12th graders) meet on the third floor of the House for donuts, bagels, fellowship and a time of teaching in the Word of God.

For information on our Communicants Class, click here.




BIBLE STUDIES


  • 6th–8th Bible Study, 6:45–7:30 am at Sneaky Pete’s in Mountain Brook (Wednesday, Jan. 15, Feb. 5, 19, Mar. 4, 18, Apr. 8, 22, May 6) Rides to school available
  • 5th–6th Guys Bible Study, 6:45–7:30 am at The Pig in Liberty Park (Wednesday, Jan. 22, Feb. 12, 26, Mar. 11, Apr. 15, 29, May 13) Rides to school available
  • 5th–8th Girls Bible Study, 3:30-4:30 pm at Panera in the Summit (Thursdays, beginning Jan. 16)
  • 8th–9th Guys Bible Study, 6:00–7:00 pm at Martin’s BBQ in Cahaba Heights (Tuesday, Jan. 14, 21, Feb. 4, 18, Mar. 3, 17, 31, Apr. 14, 28, May 12)




9th–12th GRADE EVENTS


  • Jan. 12—Top Golf, 7:00–8:30 pm
  • Feb. 23—Bowling, 7:45–9:00 pm
  • May 2—Six Flags (all youth)
You can find out more details for these trips by emailing Justin.




RYM


We will be heading to two RYM conferences summer 2020. For details, click here.




WYLDLIFE AT LIBERTY PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL


  • Liberty Park Wyldlife Club at Cahaba Park Church, 7:00–8:00 pm (Resumes January 28)
  • Liberty Park Guys Wyldlife Campaigners at LPMS, 7:15–7:50 am (6th Guys—Tuesdays, Jan. 14–May 12; 7th & 8th Guys—Thursdays, Jan. 16–May 14)
  • Liberty Park GIRLS Wyldlife Campaigners at LPMS, 7:15–7:50 am (6th & 8thGirls—Wednesdays, Jan. 22–May 6; 9th Girls—Fridays, Jan. 24, May 8)
Contact Justin for more information.




5th–8th GRADE EVENTS


  • Jan. 22—Galleria Food Court w/ Dave and Busters
  • Feb. 19—BWW and Vestavia Bowling
  • Mar. 18—Top Golf
  • Apr. 15—Frisbee Golf and Dinner
  • May 2—Six Flags (all youth)
  • May 13—Pizza and Pool Party
You can find out more details for these trips by emailing Justin.