Here’s what’s happening at Exodus…
Exodus Belmont welcomes…David Keen, June 1, 2014
The man who will share God’s word with us on Sunday, June 1, is no stranger to Exodus Belmont. David Keen serves as the lead pastor of our Northlake congregation. He and his wife, Jordan, live in Charlotte with little Lucy James and are expecting a baby in September. We look forward to re-connecting with David this weekend as he shares God’s word with us.
All Exodus adults are invited to join our interns in “Summer School,” Monday nights starting June 2 at the Exodus offices at 6 Airline Street (around the corner from the Caravan). You may drop in on any class, no advance commitment required. We’re very excited about our line-up of speakers and topics and we hope you can join us for Summer School.
The first class is…
Monday, June 2, 6:30 p.m. – What’s Best Next, part 1 – Konrad LaPrade
Konrad is an expert in self management with a gospel-centered view of productivity. He will be launching a two-week discussion largely based on the book “What’s Best Next” by Matt Perman.
There will be another opportunity for Parent/Child Dedication on Father’s Day, June 15, in both services. If you would like to have your child(ren) dedicated, respond here to let us know which service you prefer. We will follow up with you with additional information.
Summer Kick-off Events
We would like to help celebrate the summer with a bang! We will be kicking off the summer with two events for our elementary classes. Both of these events will have more details to come and will require an RSVP. Save the dates!
June 16: K – 2nd Graders – Kate’s Skating Rink
June 23: 3rd- 5th Graders – 1:00 pm – Bowling at Textile Lanes, Belmont, NC
Nashville Summer Mission
We are planning a summer mission trip to Nashville to do some light construction (ie, gruntwork) at the Axis Church or lead Bible studies and fun activities at the local community center. This short-term mission opportunity, June 19-22, is appropriate for any age, and special accommodations will be made for families who want to bring children. Cost per individual or family will be roughly $300-$400 and support letters will help raise funds to reach that amount. If you are interested in going, but have not yet expressed that interest, message Julie Croshaw on The City for more details.
Are you plugged in to a community group? Community groups play a significant role in the life of Exodus Church. They meet weekly throughout the area; there is sure to be an option that’s conveniently located and timed for you. Look for a Community Group options sheet at the Welcome Desk on Sunday mornings, or view the list here.