Wednesday men's lunch / Bible study

​​​​​​Childcare goes from 6:30-9:30. Please call ahead to confirm childcare, and please feed your children dinner before coming—thanks! 

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Bunk rooms: If you'd like an occasional retreat from the barracks on weekends and don't mind being part of our family, let us know! We've got a room or two for the guys and another for girls. 

 Friday nights

6:30 dinner: Each Friday, come and enjoy a great home-cooked meal! If you'd like to bring food, it's always helpful--thank you! 
  • ​​Oct 5      Italian
  • Oct 12    Asian
  • Oct 19    Soups & Sandwiches
  • Oct 26    Mexican
Men, join us each  Wednesday from 1145-1245 at the chapel. Lunch is provided. If you're running late or can't stay long, please come anyway and join us for a few minutes! Our hope is that this time would deepen your familiarity with God's Word, your relationship with Christ, your connection with others, and your impact for God's kingdom. We're currently studying the book of Ephesians.  
While there are excellent churches off Post, military chapels offer strategic opportunities. We're excited to be involved with the Rose Barracks Cavalry Chapel (Bldg 218) and invite you to join us: 
Ladies, if you're not able to be part of Tuesday mornings at the chapel (see bottom of this page), come instead to the lunch and Bible discussion each Wednesday from 1145-1245. Lunch is provided! We meet in building 301 (in the theater parking lot). Want more info? Contact Tina at thuisjen91@gmail.com. 
singing before baptisms - Vilseck House, July 2016
Welcome! If you're interested in good friends, good fun, good food, and a great God, or maybe you're not sure there even is a God, are curious about Jesus, or are just looking for a great way to enjoy your weekends, then the Vilseck House is for you (read more)...

 Tuesday evening men's group

 Saturdays, weekends, special stuff... 

 Chapel

​​​We meet each Tuesday at 7pm at various member homes either on or off Post. This group involves more commitment than our normal Friday nights, and God is using it in our lives - we'd love for you to join us! Contact us for more info. 
​​​​​​​Oct 6 (Sat): Trevor & Kellie Rubel invite you to join them as they are going to the largest pumpkin fest in the world in Ludwigsburg, about 2 hrs 20 min away They plan to leave their house at 0830 and stay maybe around 3 hours. Contact them if you have questions or need a ride (Trevor: 0175-267-0386). 

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Also on Oct 6 (Sat), since we didn't get to go camping this summer, we've been talked into camping in our back yard tonight - cooking dinner around the campfire and sleeping in our tents! We plan to eat around 6pm. If you'd like to spend the night, come before dinner to set up your tent. Otherwise, come anytime - for 6pm dinner, or for the fireside fellowship! In the morning we'll make eggs, etc. for breakfast. The weather is supposed to be good! Please let us know if you're plan to come. 

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Oct 13 (Sat): Matt plans to help Jim & Christi McDonald (from chapel) move from Thansuss to the next village of Kaltenbrunn (both ~15min from here). It will probably only require one trip with the van, but if you'd like to help move and clean, please let me know!  


In the evening (also Oct 13), 6:30 board games and desserts at Frank & Sonia Ayala's in the town of Steinfels (less than 20min from Post). They'll provide some desserts, etc. Feel free to bring additional desserts, finger foods, games... whatever! Ask us for their address or if you need a ride. 

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Oct 19 (Fri): There's a rumor that among us is someone who has never had his hand inside a pumpkin. We aim to fix this after tonight's dinner & study by holding a pumpkin carving context - prizes will be awarded for speed, creativity, craftsmanship, teamwork, etc, so BRING A PUMPKIN TO CARVE if you'd like to participate! 

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​Oct 20 (Sat): Please join us in the afternoon (tentative: 2pm) for a leisurely Autumn Color Walk (to a cave near Breitenstein) followed by grilled cheese & tomato soup dinner at the House around 6pm. After dinner, stay and watch the movie DropBox about a pastor who finds an abandoned infant on his church steps, and builds a ‘drop box’ to rescue others. 

 Wednesday lunch Bible discussion for working women

7:45 study: After dinner we have an informal Bible study and discussion. Currently, we're doing an overview of key events in the Old Testament, which enables us to better understand the New Testament and God's amazing plan of redemption in Christ. 

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Need a ride? We (or others) almost always pick people up in front of the Warrior Zone Java at 6:15pm. Just call to confirm someone's coming...