On January 6, we start a new series at Exodus and I want to tell you a little about it. The series is called “Prayers for Exodus” and we’ll spend 10 weeks walking through the Exodus Story from the Old Testament. This amazing story of God redeeming a people to worship and serve Him in the world.... Read More →
Advent at Exodus will culminate in a night of singing, worship and celebration at 6pm on Christmas Eve, hosted at East Belmont Baptist Church. We will sing familiar songs and hear readings about the story of Christ’s Birth from the Bible. We want to encourage you to worship with your family and invite your extended family and friends as you make plans for this special time.... Read More →
In the wake of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the world comes together on November 27, 2018 to give.
Join others and participate in #GivingTuesday to support mission and ministry at home and around the world.
How It Works
Charitable organizations around the world will participate in #GivingTuesday, encouraging contributions from current and new donors. Most of the giving will be done online.... Read More →
Our vision for Exodus Women begins with our belief that women have gifts, and the church needs them.
We want to be faithful stewards of those gifts. Our vision statement describes how we aim to do that.
Exodus Women exists to discover, develop and deploy the gifts of women for the mission of Jesus through Exodus Church.... Read More →
Exodus Women is a new ministry where women will be served, and where women will be able to serve. As we begin, we have an important question to answer:
What does it mean for women to do ministry?
I think Jesus himself tells us. We see it in a story that was recorded by Matthew, Mark, and John: the evening when Mary, the sister of Martha and Lazarus, anointed Jesus with a jar of expensive perfume.... Read More →
One evening not long before Jesus was betrayed, he had a meal with his disciples. As he reclined at the table, a woman came in with a flask of expensive ointment and poured the entire jar on his head. This was Mary. She was one of Jesus’ friends. He had welcomed her to sit at his feet, as a disciple, and he had raised her brother Lazarus from the dead.... Read More →