Here’s what’s happening at Exodus…
Exodus welcomes Dwayne Bond…
This Sunday, July 20, we welcome Dwayne Bond. Pastor Dwayne Bond accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior during his college years. He graduated from the University of Maryland (College Park) with a degree in Finance. While pursuing a vibrant sales career, he received a call to the ministry in June 1991. In obedience to God’s calling, Pastor Bond and his family relocated to Charlotte, NC in February 2006 to plant Wellspring Church in South Charlotte.
Pastor Dwayne has been married for over 19 years to his lovely wife, Leslie, who is his partner in ministry, a full-time family manager and a home educator. They have three delightful children: Jarami, Imani and Kamin.
Come expecting to be blessed and encourage as Pastor Dwayne shares with us from God’s Word.
Baptism, July 20
We are planning to celebrate baptism in both services on July 20. If you would like to be baptized, respond here to let us know you would like to take part and which service you’re interested in.
Preschool Park Days
Join us Fridays, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. July 18, Martha Rivers Park, Gastonia. July 25, Stowe Park, Belmont. Bring a lunch and a friend.
Our final Summer School session will be on Monday, July 21, 6:30pm at the Exodus offices at 6 Airline Street. This session is:
“Emotional Intelligence/Connecting with People”: Matt & Annie Blackledge
Matt and Annie Blackledge are a gifted couple at connecting with people. They will be presenting on emotional intelligence and the importance of developing these skills in life and especially in ministry.
ExodusStudents Field Day, August 2
ExodusStudents will kick off their fall season with a Field Day on Saturday, August 2 from 1 to 4 pm at the Crabtree’s house at 5412 Old Farm Drive in Gastonia. It is for all rising 6th through 12th grade students. Parents are welcome to hang out and watch the festivities. Light refreshments will be served. If you have questions or want to RSVP, contact Damon and Holly Murray.
If you aren’t already involved in a community group, review the list of days and times and make plans to attend one. Community Groups are important to life at Exodus, providing help and encouragement as well as worship throughout the week as we gather together.