The feathers on the back of an arrow are called the fletching, or flights. There are usually three feathers on an arrow that keep the point heading straight forward. The flights keep an arrow from fishtailing and wobbling through the air. Without flights, even the best marksman with the best bow won’t get a bullseye.
Alive has a very clear target - there are almost 32,000 people in the township that don’t have a church home. It is Alive’s primary goal to bring LIFE to community. The Leadership Flights for Alive help keep us flying straight toward that target.
Alive has three flights — the Council (Elders and Deacons), the Board (administrators for finance, facility, and human resources), and the Staff (the implementers of ministries), to help keep Alive flying straight and true.
That’s the heart and the bullseye for Alive— bringing LIFE to community, together.