Green Level News - March 24, 2019
On Easter Sunday, April 21, we will begin the morning with a sunrise service at outside at 6:30am followed by breakfast at 7:00am in the fellowship hall. Sunday School groups will meet at their regular time of 9:30 am followed by our morning worship service at 10:30am. There will be no KidLevel (Kindergarten thru 5th grade) during worship. Childcare will be provided for children pre-school age and younger.
Our Good Friday service will be held on Friday, April 19th at 7:00pm in the sanctuary.
On Tuesday, March 26, Woven will host its regular monthly meeting at 9:30am at Anita Lambert's home. 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 and a full calendar of activities, visit Woven's webpage.
GOING BEYOND SIMULCAST
The Women’s Ministry of Good Hope Baptist Church is hosting the Going Beyond Simulcast by Priscilla Shirer on Saturday, April 6 from 10:00am—5:30pm. Registration is $20. Doors open at 9:00am. Lunch and snacks included. No childcare provided. Register by March 31 by visiting the event website HERE.
YOUTH SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION
Students in grades 6-12 are headed to Journey Camp in Taccoa Falls, GA this summer during the week of July 8-12. If your student registers before May 12th, the price is $250. The price goes up to $299 after May 12th. Final deadline for registration is June 9th. Contact Marshall (email@example.com) to register or if you have questions.
All are invited on Sunday, April 7, to a baby shower for Courtney Mills, daughter of Bill and Mary Mills, hosted by the Women on Mission Coleman Circle in the fellowship hall from 2-4pm. She is registered at Buy Buy Baby (www.buybuybaby.com) and Target.
MEET & EAT
Following the example in Acts 2:46-7, we are encouraging the first Green Level Meet & Eat event, which is designed to get our church family together in one another's homes to share a meal. It's meant to be fellowship at its simplest. The event will occur over the weekend of April 26-28at homes across the triangle. Sign up HERE to be a host or guest, and we will pair families to participate in an in-home fellowship meal. Once paired, hosts will be responsible for coordinating details with the guest family. Questions can be directed to Chris Owen. Sing up by Sunday, April 14th to participate.
EASTER EGG HUNT
We will host our annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20 from 10am-12noon at Mills Park in Cary. This is a great opportunity to reach our community with the grace-filled message of Easter! If you are interested in helping plan the details of the event, contact Angela Tilly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD COLLECTION BEGINS
Each month from March through November, we begin collecting items to pack in shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child to be mailed during the Christmas holidays. Shoeboxes are sent all over the globe as a way to share the gospel with children and their families. Collection bins are located in the back of the sanctuary. There are also jars available for you to take home to collect spare change to offset the $7 shipping costs of each box. March collection items are toboggans, gloves, and scarves.
ANNUAL CHURCH BBQ
We will host the annual church BBQ on Friday, March 29. We need volunteers that week to help prepare for the event and volunteers the day of the BBQ. We will also need donations of cooked and cubed potatoes, boiled and peeled eggs, and desserts. For order forms and event information, click HERE. More details to come in the next couple of weeks. See Jean Beavers for more information.
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 next Sunday, March 31. If you have any questions, please see one of the church trustees or Angela in the church office.
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 in 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.