Here’s what’s happening at Exodus…
ExodusStudents bonfire at the Crabtree’s house on Saturday, October 19 from 7 pm to 9 pm. We will have s’mores, snacks, basketball, ping pong, and other activities. This will be a great time for students to fellowship together. Bring a friend! Please RSVP here on The City.
New Need in Exodus Kids
Children are a blessing from the Lord–and we have lots of them in EK, especially at the 11:00 a.m. service! Because of this, we need two more people to serve during that hour–one in the infant room and another to be a helper in the K-2nd class.
In addition, we’ve realized an unexpected opening in the 9:00 a.m. Toddler A class, and need someone to fill that position as well. Please contact Heather Phillips for more info or if you are able to help with either of these needs. Ideally, we would like people that can serve regularly in these positions until the next rotation at the beginning of March.
Latest on the blog
- Community is important to Exodus, but it’s not easy. Check out what Brian has to say about that here.
- Adoption stories: Look for all three–the Wilsons, the Adams, and the McEntires.
- Read an excerpt from Aaron Wilson’s upcoming book, and get more information.
- An update and opportunity for Echelon Africa, coming soon.
Raleigh Acts 29 Bootcamp
A29 Carolinas is hosting the Raleigh Bootcamp, November 13-14. The theme of the conference is “Healthy Men, Healthy Churches,” and qualified leaders will discuss how to plant and lead a healthy church, focusing on the message, the man, the marriage, the mission, and the model. You can get more details about the conference here.
The Raleigh Bootcamp is open to anyone. A group from Exodus will attend together. Early-bird registration is past, but if you’re still interested in going, please contact us as soon as possible.
Money 101 Seminar, Nov. 1 and 2
On November 1-2, the financial team at Exodus will offer another Money 101 class at the worship space at 101 S. Main St. Belmont. In these classes, on Friday evening and Saturday morning, we will discuss what God says about money and also work through some practical ways to be good stewards of the money He gives us. This discussion will be beneficial to all who desire to know more about stewardship.
If married, it is best that both husband and wife attend together. Childcare will be provided. At completion, you will take away some good budgeting guidelines. Counselors are available to walk with you as you implement what you have learned.
Please let us know if you will be able to attend and how many children will be coming so we can arrange for child care as needed. We hope to see you there!
Community groups are a crucial part of life at Exodus. This is how we extend our worship throughout the week. There are groups meeting throughout the area each week, and more new groups hopefully launching yet this year. Look at the community group options here, and see which one best fits your schedule and location.