The registration fee is $25 per child. Make checks payable to:
Sold Rock Foundation Ministries (SRFM).
Montrose Ao1 has commenced it's Spring Season at the Nazarene Church from 3:30pm to 5:30pm.
Please contact Geoff Ila at 209 5133 for boys accountability and Megan Ila at 275 3983 for girls accountability if you are interested in having your child be involved.
Feel free to contact us at: email@example.com
These groups are for ages 12 and up. The goal of these groups is to create a safe place where students can talk through their life issues with caring adults and supportive peers. It is to be a place that reinforces God's standards in their lives.
What is Audience of One (Ao1)?
Montrose Ao1 is led by Geoff and Megan Ila. They, along with their staff, meet with children and teenagers from the ages of 7-18.
Ao1 (Audience of One) is a youth discipleship program incorporating discipleship and performing arts. Our goal is to give young people an atmosphere where they are challenged to grow in their relationship with the Lord. This includes teaching on the character of God, small group time for application and reflection, and prayer and performing arts. The young people minister the gospel through Contemporary Christian music, sign language, creative movement, and testimonies of what the Lord has done in their lives. We minister in schools, churches, prisons, malls, street corners, parks, hospitals, and any place where people gather.
We have chosen the name "Audience of One" because our primary objective is to bless God's heart. Our worship, our dance, our devotion is to be to Him, first and foremost. He is the audience we should seek to please.
We have two seasons for our Montrose Ao1 program. The fall season and the spring season each go for 12 weeks. The Fall season begins in September and ends with a community outreach in the beginning of December and the spring season begins in February and ends with a community outreach in May. Our usual Ao1 season consists of team members meeting once a week for two hours. The students arrive after school, they have a snack, then settle in for a short, biblically based, teaching. The teaching is followed by small group time and prayer time. The students then are given time to learn a dance that will be incorporated into the program that will be done in the community at the end of the season. All programs consist of worship, the dances or dramas that they have learned, and the testimonies of the team members as they share what they have learned and what God has done in their lives.