Imagine a church where the people are warm, the music is upbeat, the atmosphere/dress is casual, and the messages are relevant to real life. That's Daybreak Community Church. If you haven't been to church in a while or if you have never been, Daybreak just might change your mind about what you think about church. We strive to be a comfortable and safe place where you can "check out Christianity" or grow in your relationship with God. We would love the opportunity to meet you in person and hope to see you one Sunday!
We meet every Sunday morning at 10:30am in Creek Farm Plaza, Colchester, Vermont. It's an easy drive and an even easier place to fit in. Our jeans and tshirt kind of atmosphere puts everyone at ease. From a rock band for music and challenging but relevant messages to a healthy selection of small groups through out the week there is something for everyone.
Awana Bible Club meets weekly at Daybreak on Thursdays from 6:30-8 pm starting on 9/11/14. Kids from preschool (3 yrs.) to 6th Grade are invited to this weekly Bible Club which includes games, activities, and small groups where learning the Bible and memorizing scripture is fun! Awards are given weekly for achievements in scripture memory. A small materials fee is requested at registration. For more information, email email@example.com or call Karin Hernandez at 777-7006. Awana is a global non-profit ministry program with over 2 million children and youth involved each year in 300,000 churches worldwide. For more information about Awana go to awana.org.
Location: Daybreak Community Church
Join us for our Daybreak Thanksgiving Dinner on Sunday, November 23rd. Dinner will begin immediately after the regular Sunday Service. The list below will tell you what you can bring to share with others. If your last name is... From A - F please provide any kind of fruit or vegetable or green salad From G - J please provide cooked vegetables From K - O please provide mashed potatoes From P - T please provide desserts From U - Z please provide Rolls, Butter, beverage, Cider. Daybreak will provide Turkey, Ham, Stuffing, Milk, Coffee/Tea/water PLEASE bring your prepared food hot. It is recommended that prepared hot food is put in Crock Pots as we can keep them hot until dinner time. We are unable to heat up foods, as we are limited to space for cooking extra foods. The Crock Pots will work well to keep food hot for the meal. Help is also needed with set up and clean up. We also need some volunteers to cook some of the turkeys. If you are able to help in any of these areas, please contact Chris Scanlon at firstname.lastname@example.org