April 2018 Meeting
Meeting Date/Time: April 2, 2018 7pm
Join us for our monthly meeting!
Pot Luck / Gratitude / Painted Churches
Let’s use this April meeting as a time of sharing and fellowship.
Bring a light pot luck food item or finger food (if you can).
At our February meeting on Gratitude, we were given a project:
- Make a “Gratitude List” for the things in your life you are most grateful for
- Through a perspective of gratitude see the world more fully, in all of its beauty.
- Use your art as an outward expression of your gratitude and your faith.
- Select one item from your Gratitude List
- How might you express your gratitude for that through photography?
- Make this your project
- Bring your gratitude photo to our April meeting on a USB thumb drive or email it to us
- We’ll share our results in the meeting!
Also, if you went on our Eyes of Faith Field Trip to photograph the Painted Churches near Schulenburg, bring your best shots on a USB thumb drive OR email them to us ahead of time. We will review and discuss our photos from this fun trip!
Let’s also do some “brainstorming” for some future meeting topics and activities. We will discuss an upcoming photographic service project opportunity.
Meeting Location: Kevin Gourley Photography Studio, 11740 Jollyville Road Suite #400, Austin, TX click here for directions
About Eyes of Faith
Eyes of Faith is a Christian photography interest group where we encourage participants to gather and explore ways we can use photography as an expression of our faith and in community service.
Who is Invited? YOU!
We all see the world differently, and when it comes to matters of faith and religious beliefs we humans come to different conclusions. This group is a Christian photography group and all are welcome. We don’t claim to have all the answers. Maybe you have a strong Christian faith. Maybe you are “spiritual” but don’t affiliate with any religion. Maybe you are still searching for answers, but find yourself stuck with more questions than answers. I bet you might still find this group worthwhile. Even if you are not sure if any of this applies to you, perhaps you might gain some new insights by working on projects with us to create photographs that depict different “faith” related topics. For example, what might “forgiveness” look like in a photograph? So, regardless of where you are on these matters, you are still invited. Come as you are. We also look for ways we can use our photography as a service to the community.