Green Level News - January 13, 2019
GET CONNECTED IN 2019
Looking for a way to get connected with different ministries in the church? Looking for a women’s group? How about a place to use your musical gifts? Love working with children? Our ministries are always open to more people getting involved. You do not need to be a member. Just contact the ministry leader to get started. Not sure where you can fit in? Our staff is available to visit with you to help find a good match. You can find all of our different programs and ministries on the website along with the contact information for each.
As of next week, the doors at the front of the sanctuary will be blocked off and the breezeway will be inaccessible to prepare for the demolition and renovation of the building directly behind the sanctuary. Please find one of our Connection Team members located near the rear doors of the church to exit the sanctuary and to gain access to the education building restroom and children’s classrooms. Thank you for your patience and understanding through this process as our procedures and policies change to accommodate the construction and keep everyone out of harm’s way. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact a member of our staff or Renovation Team.
NEXT LEVEL COFFEE
On Sunday mornings, January 20 & 27, join our pastors and staff for coffee and snacks while you hear about the vision of our church and learn about our programs and ministries. Ask questions and find ways for you to engage and get connected at Green Level. The class is for our guests and those contemplating membership. Next Level Coffees are held quarterly (January, April, July, and October) on the third and fourth Sundays of the month at 9:30am in the administration building conference room. Childcare is provided. Please RSVP to Angela if you will attend.
SENIOR ADULT DAY TRIP TO TEMPLE THEATER
The Senior Adults are going to the Temple Theater to see “2nd Helping: The Church Basement Ladies Sequel” in Sanford on Friday, January 25. The group will meet at the church at 10:45am to ride together. Lunch will be at Bay Breeze Seafood. The Cost is $15 including lunch and theater ticket. They will return to the church around 5:00pm. Contact Mary Ann Heule to make your reservation.
SUNDAY EVENING BIBLE STUDY
The Sunday evening Bible study group will resume this Sunday, January 13th at the Heule home. The study is Genesis: Part 1 with Chuck Missler. Potluck dinner begins at 6pm followed by the study and discussion at 7pm. There is no cost for the study. Contact Dane or Mary Ann Heule or Barry Penland to sign up or for more information.
LADIES' BIBLE STUDY
On Tuesday mornings beginning this week on January 15, ladies will meet in the administration building conference room for the Bible study, Seamless by Angie Smith, beginning at 9:30am. The study will last 7 weeks. Cost is $14. For more information and to register, click HERE.
WOVEN - CONNECTION MOTHERS IN CHRIST
On Saturday, January 12 and Tuesday, January 22, Woven will host its first regular monthly meetings at 9:30am on the third floor of the church building. There will be 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 or request childcare, visit the Woven website.
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 breezeway.