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IMPACT COMPASSION SUNDAY

 

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3 on 3 Tournament Throwdown

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Purchase Before 3/31 $50.00


 

Purchase After 3/31 $75.00



EVENT DETAILS

3-on-3 tournament

Males only; 16 years old and up

1st Place: Trophy and $300 cash prize        2nd Place: Trophy and $150 cash prize        3rd Place: Trophy

Registration before March 31st: $50        Registration after March 31st: $75       Deadline: April 8th

Driver’s License or State identification card only forms of ID accepted for all participants

Game times: 10am-until; Tournament intermission for free throw and 3-point contest at 1pm

Food vendors will be on-site after 1pm

 

GAME RULES

Team Roster: 5 Players 3 players + 2 substitutes (No transfers); 3 players must be present at beginning of game or else the team must forfeit.

Referees: 1 or 2

Time & Score Keepers: 1 or 2

Timeouts: 1 per team (1 minute and 30 seconds) for duration of entire game

Initial Possession: Coin flip

Scoring: 1’s and 2’s (regular game played “straight” to 7; Championship game to 15)

Shot Clock: 12 seconds

Game time: Up to 15 minutes; team with higher score wins at time expiration

Free throws following a shooting foul: 1 free throw; possession goes to defense

Foul limit per team: 6 fouls

Penalty for team fouls 7, 8, 9: 2 free throws

Penalty for team fouls 10+: 2 free throws+ball possession

Following a defensive rebound, air ball, steal or anything else: Ball is to be dribbled/passed by or to a player with both feet behind the arc

Following a jump ball: Alternate possession

Following a scored goal: Alternate possession (no “make it, take it…”); ball is “live” at the top of the key.

Substitutions: Dead ball situations; player must be checked-in by referee

 

5-minute rest intervals between games; Games will be played simultaneously on both ends of court.

TRASH TALKING, BULLYING, FIGHTING, DIRESPECT TOWARD REFEREES, ETC. WILL NOT BE TOLERATED AND WILL BE AN IMMEDIATE CAUSE FOR DISQUALIFICATION

 

“He’s that Fire” Free Throw Competition

5 shots from the free throw line. Top scores advance to the next round in competition bracket.

Cost of entry: $5 ($1 per ball)

1st Place: Trophy

 

“The Hot Shot” 3-Point Contest

10 shots at designated spots around the arc. Top scores advance to the next round in contest bracket.

Cost of entry: $10 ($1 per ball)

1st Place: Trophy

 

 

Return registration packets along with payment to:

 

By mail:

4925 NE 3rd Place

Gainesville, FL 32641

 

OR

 

Scan and by email:

info@urwelcomehere.org

 

Payment options:

Check, money order or any major credit card via PayPal @ urwelcomehere.org

Inaugural UR Men’s Conference

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Inaugural UR Men’s Conference
Dates 4/14 to 4/17
Doors Open @ 7:00 PM

Where:  Upper Room Ministries
3575 NE 15th Street
Gainesville, FL 32609

Sunday @ 11:00 AM Pastor Karl Anderson will be the keynote speaker.

 

Registration $25.00

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Happy Birthday Min. Adam

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Youth Conference 2015 – Faith Factor vs. Fear Factor

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YOUTH CONFERENCE 2015
Faith Factor vs. Fear Factor
3575 NE 15th Street
Gainesville, FL32641

Wednesday July 15th: Faith Factor vs. Fear Factor (Rap Session)

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Thursday July 16th

 Demetrus Senior

National Recording Artist & Young Adult Pastor

At

Bethel Baptist Institutional Church

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Friday July 17th

Demetra Willims

Youth Department Chairlady of Western Florida Jurisdiction of C.O.G.I.C.

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UR Church Picnic

Sunday July 19, 2015

Camp Kulaqua (New Water Park addition).

Early Registration going on now!

$30.00 bundle (T-shirt, bag and picnic)

Family and youth group packages are available as well

To register: www.urwelcome.org

For Transportation please call: (352) 264-0006

#URYouth2015

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Youth Conference 2015

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Payment includes a bag, shirt (choose size) and picnic.
$35.00 shirts Small to XL / $37.00 Shirts 2XL / $38.00 Shirts 3XL


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Youth Pastor Mcarthur Shelton Appreciation

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Youth Pastor Mcarthur Shelton II will be celebrated on Sunday, April 26th at 11:00 AM.

UR Academy Sunday School

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Academy Sunday School is a full 4 week of biblical training to give you the power for living!  Registration is open now!  Classes start January 4, 2015.  To register click the link below and fill out the form, returning it to the Upper Room Ministries.

CLICK here for the registration form (.PDF Version)

Annual Psalm Service

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Featuring guest
Psalmist-Pastor,
Darwin Days along with Abundant Chorale and The Chief Levites

Monday, November 24, 2014 at 6:30pm at Upper Room 3575 NE 15th St Gainesville, FL 32609 urwelcomehere.org | 352-264-0006

Psalm 95:2 (KJV)

Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto him with psalms.

Homecoming Celebration of Dr. D.R. Williams

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Order your copy of the DVD “Homecoming Celebration of Dr. D. R. Williams” using the shopping cart below or call (352) 264-0006.  Copies are $15.00 each and they can be picked up at the church for free or add $4.99 for shipping and handling if you need it shipped to you.

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UR Tutorial and Mentorship Program

One of the innovative services developed by UR Community Impact Corporation (CIC) is a ‘Youth Impact’ program aimed at providing mentors who become role models for youth and families in need.

The Youth Impact mentors targeted their services to low income families living in subsidized housing. We examined profiles of families and youth in the Forest and Village Green neighborhoods and other in our fair city to determine the need for this service.

Many of the youth in this community indicated dealing with the following issues: pressures to engage in premarital sex, sell and/or use of substances, gang involvement, peer pressure, need for finances, depression, low self- esteem, trying to succeed in educational endeavors, choosing the right college and being in single parent households.

Our goal is to provide a mentor to youths for at least an academic year and beyond through multiple activities that focus on positively effecting thinking and behaviors, reaching educational goals, decision making, fellowship, fun activities, personal development and career resources all while engaging the family. Our ultimate goal is to not only impact the youth, but also the family so systemic changes can take place within the home.

The Youth Impact mentor will facilitate a bond between the mentee and family that create trust in the mentoring relationship. This is an important to actuate the changes we strive to see achieved in the mentee and family. Youth Impact mentors apply both practice and theory in how we approach the mentoring relationship.We provide individual and group activities and use evidenced based practices (Best Practices) that have been proven to be effective in other communities to structure how we interact and positively direct the youth and their families.

Youth Impact mentors believe that for helping young people succeed in life, mentoring works. It helps give young people the confidence, resources and skills they need to reach their potential.

We aim to match youngsters with caring, consistent and mentors outside of their families for the purpose of creating meaningful and supportive relationships that foster pro-social behaviors in young people.

The Youth Impact mentors will use six intervention components that encompass (1) engagement with the youth and their families; (2) provide orientation and objectives; (3) Develop goals and interest of the mentee and family; (4) Develop an agreement to meet together a minimum of 2 hours per week for individual activities, (5) conduct monthly weekend social and recreational activities for youth, their families, and mentors; and (6)Provide educational in group sessions that meet the individual goals using best practices.

Implementing these strategies will require a project coordinator, a part-time outreach special and at least one mentor for every one to three mentees. We have several programs that we operate: UR Youth Center and Performance Arts Academy, UR Fun! Summer Camp and our UR Afterschool Tutorial and Mentorship Program.

UR Afterschool Tutorial and Mentorship Program is the program that we are partnering with Village and Forest with. We desire your help as we help improve the educational goals of our area youth.

In addition, we aim to match youngsters with caring, consistent and competent adults outside of their families for the purpose of creating meaningful and supportive relationships that foster pro-social behavior in young people.