The staff at Circle of Care appreciates the opportunity to share our work with your local congregation.  Our staff can:

heart_icon   Share a short mission moment during your worship service
heart_icon   Preach a sermon related to Circle of Care’s work and impact
heart_icon   Teach Sunday School
heart_icon   Lead a panel discussion or recruitment meeting for foster care

Circle of Care Sunday,
December 17, 2017

help raise awareness about and support for Oklahoma’s children and families in crisis.

Download 

heart_icon   Circle of Care Overview Brochure  (PDF )
heart_icon   Circle of Care  Overview Video (MP4 78mb)  YouTube
heart_icon   PowerPoint Presentation   (PPTX) PowerPoint Show (PPSX)   Slides Script  (PDF)
heart_icon      Image Slides With Script   for  MediaShout / EasyWorship
(RAR)  (Slide1,  
Slide2,  Slide3,  Slide4)

Bulletin Insert

To print, change settings to Landscape, print 2-sided, flip on short edge, and in Properties select Quality and then Vivid Photo.
heart_icon   1/2 Page Bulletin Insert (PDF   2.6mb)
heart_icon   1/3 Page Bulletin Insert  (PDF 2.3mb)        
heart_icon   If you would like  Donation Envelopes you can email us at karen.thomas@circleofcare.org with the number of envelopes you want mailed.
heart_icon   DOWNLOAD  EVERYTHING    (RAR  95mb)

 

Your church can download and print these files.  Or you can call our office and we will print and deliver copies to you.
Please call  Tasha Atcity, Church Relations Coordinator, at 918-402-3247 or tasha.atcity@circleofcare.org to discuss how Circle of Care can be engaged in your congregation!

 

 

Tasha Atcity
Church Relations Coordinator

Tasha Atcity serves as the Church Relations Coordinator for Circle of Care.  She began her journey with Circle of Care in 2010 as a student, in the Preparation for Adult Living program. She graduated from Northeastern State University in May of 2015, with a Bachelors of Art.

While attending NSU, Atcity had the opportunity to represent her community and campus at the 2014 Miss Oklahoma Pageant. Atcity spent her college career volunteering in the community and lending a hand with various service projects.

After graduating, she spent a year in Weifang, Shandong China where she taught English to college students and school-aged children.

As the first in her family to graduate from college, Atcity has made it her priority to share her testimony to motivate and inspire others to break generational boundaries.