WORSHIP FOLDER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Sunday, April 22
Prayer for the Church, Nation & World
Pray our CapitalSERVE weekend will honor God as we serve our community and the world through local service projects and meal-packing for those who are hungry around the globe.
Pray for Jason Wilkinson and the work of Great Commission Aviation as they train missionary pilots to reach out-of-the-way places with the saving message of the Gospel
AWANA Meets Tonight
Our AWANA club, for children age 3 – 5th grade, meets tonight, 5:30-7pm at Ridge Road Baptist Church (2011 Ridge Road). AWANA is a ministry committed to the belief that the greatest impact for Christ starts with kids who know, love and serve Him. Contact: Gray Rudd
Tonight is Fuel:In-Home
Middle and high school students, join us tonight, 6-7:30pm, for Fuel: In-Home, our combined large and small group time at the Briggs’ house (5828 Hedgemoor Drive). Dinner is provided. Contact: Houston Causby
Spring Fellowship is Next Week
Middle and high school students, next Sunday is our Spring Fellowship, 6-7:30pm at the home of the Potters’s (8505 Harkers Court). We will enjoy a Taco Bar and more. Contact: Houston Causby
•Saturday, April 28, we will spend the morning serving the greater triangle area. There is a place for everyone from young families to elderly servants to reach out to our community.
•Sunday, April 29, the entire family of faith will spend our regular Sunday morning time packing approximately 32,000 meals for Haiti and Kenya. Find all the details and registration online. Contact: Kelly Zargo
National Day of Prayer
Thursday, May 3, is the National Day of Prayer. There will be a prayer service at the Halifax Mall, 12-1pm. Prayer walks around the legislative building are scheduled from 7-11am. Check-In will be near the walk bridge that crosses E. Lane St. between Salisbury and Wilmington. More information
The next baby dedication for children birth-24 months is Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 13.
Morning Glory Bible Study Registration is Open
The women’s Bible study meets Tuesdays, 9:45-11:30am at St. John’s Baptist Church beginning September 11.
Auditorium emergency exits are on either side of the stage as well as at the back of the auditorium. In the event of an emergency, proceed to the exit nearest you, exit and move away from the building.
Security or medical team members can be identified by their red lanyard nametag. In case of a medical or security emergency, find one of these team members or see the police officer stationed in the front lobby.
Find Your Place on Sunday Morning
Turning Broughton High School into Capital Community Church takes a team of dedicated volunteers who set-up/break-down, serve as greeters, ushers, and Capital Kids teachers, to name just a few areas. To join one of the teams you see on Sunday morning, click here, then click the Sign Up to Serve button.