The next scheduled Church Growth and Evangelism Committee meeting is on Sun, August 16
@ 12:30 pm and meets in the library.
Subject to change during holidays and church events.
People who love people unite here! We show unabashed love for Jesus Christ shared through targeted marketing and communications
inviting others to visit our church. The Growth committee engages Church members to participate in community events.
Plano Artfest is a FREE community event built around artistic inclusiveness, creative curiosities, and cultural connection. The festival began in 2015 with a simple movie screening and the beloved Chalk It Up competition, and has since continued to grow into an experience that showcases the work of local artists and provides an opportunity for the Plano community to explore traditional and contemporary forms of art.
The 2019 festival will include a week of community art programming that culminates in a two-day festival in the Downtown Plano Arts District. The festival begins on Saturday, April 27th from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and continues on Sunday the 28th from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be live music, contemporary art installations, performances from local arts groups, a makers market of craftsman and artisans, family chalk art, a kids zone with bounce houses, and much more! Come let your creativity loose!
Steinfest is an Oktoberfest-style event hosted by the Historic Downtown Plano Association that celebrates outstanding beer, great food and the right kind of polka music to get you and your friends dancing in the street.
This year’s Steinfest takes in Downtown Plano. It will include the finest beer, German-inspired cuisine, live music, an artist village of craftsman and makers, a wiener dog fashion show, keg bowling, a kid’s zone and the Whole Foods Market VIP bier garden.
Dickens is a FREE annual event nestled in the heart of the Historic Downtown Plano Arts District. It's the traditional family holiday event of the year! With live entertainment, delicious food, a variety of attractions and a visit from Santa - there's something for everyone to enjoy. You'll see occasional strolling carolers in costume and the Interurban Museum opens its doors for some Polar Express fun.
Food vendors offer an assortment of tasty treats, including: hot drinks, kettle corn, smoked turkey legs, fried fish and shrimp, funnel cake and more! Many downtown businesses extend their hours and invite you to browse for the perfect holiday gifts for everyone on your “nice” list.