Green Level News - February 3, 2019
BAPTIST WOMEN'S DAY AND CONFERENCE
Baptist Women's Day will be held on Sunday, February 17 during our morning worship service followed by our annual Women on Mission Conference Monday, February 18. The conference will begin at 6:30pm in the Fellowship Hall. Chili, salad, baked potatoes, and dessert will be served. Please visit the Women on Mission webpage for more details. Click HERE to RSVP.
We believe God wants us to grow in Him and that - through His spirit - He uses three primary ways to accomplish that: His Ear (Prayer), His Voice (Bible) and His Body (Church). Thus, we invite you to join us as we seek to grow as part of God's Body, hearing His voice and calling to His ear. Last Sunday, Pastor David released a weekly prayer guide and Bible reading plans for the month of February. To stay encouraged and involved, you may also sign up online for reminders and emails to keep you on track. Visit www.greenlevel.com/grow for all of the resources and to subscribe.
SENIOR ADULT POTLUCK LUNCH & MOVIE
On Thursday, February 21, the senior adult ministry will host a potluck lunch and movie at the Heule’s home starting at 11:30am. Bring your favorite dish to share. For more information, contact Mary Ann Heule.
WINTER WEAR NEEDED
Take on a little early spring cleaning and bring your extra coats, hats, and gloves to church this Sunday. Angela will be collecting them for a winter wear clothing drive hosted by the White Oak Foundation happening soon. The White Oak Foundation serves needy families in Wake and surrounding counties. You can find out more about them on their website. https://whiteoakfoundationnc.org/
On Saturday, February 9, Woven will host its regular monthly meeting at 9:30am on the third floor of the church building. There is one Saturday and one Tuesday morning meeting each month along with playdates for kids of all ages and Mom’s Night Out events. Moms of all ages and stages are invited. For more information, visit the Woven webpage. Click HERE if you need childcare provided.
GREEN LEVEL SCHOLARSHIP
The Green Level Baptist Church scholarship application for 2019 is now available. Click HERE to download the application. All applications are due to the church office on Sunday, March 31. If you have any questions, please see one of the church trustees or Angela in the church office.
FISH FRY BENEFITING HERALD FAMILY
The Apex Lions Club will host its annual fish fry on Friday, March 22 from 11am - 7 pm in the CC Jones Building at 309 Holleman Street in Apex. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Herald family. For more details visit www.apexlions.org. Our church family will help supply desserts for the event. Drop off desserts at the CC Jones Building between 1:00pm Thursday, March 21 and 3:00pm on Friday, March 22.
NEW TOOL FOR SUBMITTING PRAYER REQUESTS
We have added another way for you to request prayer requests and share praises with our pastors and congregation. Visit www.greenlevel.com/pray to submit your requests and praises directly to Pastor David. Requests marked public will be made available on a prayer list each week. Confidential requests will only be seen by Pastor David and will not be disseminated to the congregation.
NC BAPTIST DISCIPLE MAKING CONFERENCE
The North Carolina Baptists are hosting a disciple-making conference on Tuesday, February 26 in High Point, NC. If you have been changed by Christ, it should lead to a life that is marked by being a disciple who makes disciples. There will be 2 main sessions and over 40 breakout session focusing on how to be salt and light in a rapidly changing culture. If you are interested and able to attend, please visit the event website and see Pastor David for details.
APEX MOMS PRAYER GROUP
Mothers of Apex High students are invited to a prayer group on Tuesdays from 1:00-2:00pm at Apex Baptist Church in Room 313. Due to the sensitivity of the requests shared and to ensure the confidentiality of the students, this group is limited to mothers of Apex High students. If you have a prayer request or would like more information, please contact Jennifer Mobley.
AHS FOOD PANTRY COLLECTION
During the school year, we collect food for Apex High School students and families who struggle with food insecurity. The school's food closet is managed by the special needs students who learn important life skills about sorting, food safety, and organization. New or gently used backpacks are also needed for students to carry food home. Find the list of most needed item HERE. Please place all donations on the table in the back corner of the sanctuary.