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Green Level News - January 6, 2019

Green Level News 2019
Get Connected
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.

jpg-equipEQUIP WORKSHOP

Equip workshops are a new initiative to train and educate our members several times throughout the year on topics relating to our different ministries. THIS Saturday, January 5 from 8:30am to 12noon, the workshop topic will be Small Groups & Sunday School. Anyone currently leading or interested in leading or organizing a small group or Sunday school class is strongly encouraged to attend. Mr. Rick Hughes, Senior Consultant for Sunday School & Small Groups from the North Carolina Baptist Association will be leading the discussion. We will meet in the Fellowship Hall. Click HERE to RSVP. See Pastor David is you have any questions or need further information. 

Post Office Christmas CardsCHRISTMAS CARDS 

Please remember to check the Green Level Baptist Church Christmas Post Office in the vestibule for any remaining Christmas cards for you or your family. Women on Mission collect Christmas cards to donate them to the Council on Aging to be used for crafts and projects. Placed old Christmas cards in the collection bin in the Sunday School office. 

genesis-PSDSUNDAY EVENING BIBLE STUDY

The Sunday evening Bible study group will resume on 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. 

RURO Groundbreaking 2018 rescheduleRAISE UP REACH OUT LUNCHEON & GROUNDBREAKING - RESCHEDULED

The Raise Up Reach Out team will be hosting a luncheon immediately following the service in the fellowship hall this Sunday, January 6, to update us on the renovation project and what changes are to be expected in the coming months. A groundbreaking ceremony and time of prayer will be after the luncheon. The luncheon is free and members and guests are invited to attend. 

 
Seamless Bible studyLADIES' BIBLE STUDY

On Tuesday mornings beginning 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

jpg - woven2WOVEN - 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, visit the Woven website.

Wed even resumes

WEDNESDAY EVENING ACTIVITIES

All activities resume on Wednesday, January 9th beginning at 5:00pm with the Fellowship Dinner. Awana opening ceremonies begin at 5:45pm. Our student ministry begins fellowship and Bible study at 6:15pm.

AHS Moms PrayerAPEX 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.

events-foodpantrydriveAHS 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.