Here’s what’s happening at Exodus…
Need in Exodus Kids
We still have a need for workers in Exodus Kids, one at 11:00 a.m. in the infant room and one in Toddler A at 9:00. 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.
Operation Christmas Child
Many of you have been involved before with packing shoebox gifts for children through Operation Christmas Child. We will have two collection weeks this year: Nov. 17 and 24. You can pack your items in a shoe box or a reusable plastic container. Flyers will be available at Sunday morning services to give you more information with suggestions about how to pack your box.
Looking Ahead—Parent/Child Dedication
We will be offering parent/child dedication on Sunday, Dec. 1, the Sunday after Thanksgiving. If you’d like to have your child(ren) dedicated then, let us know, and we’ll follow up with further details.
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.
Looking for a place to serve?
There is lots to do at Exodus, and we’d love to help you find a place to plug in according to your gifts and interests. If you’re not currently serving, but would like to, please contact us! We’ll follow-up to help you get to work. Or, watch for needs on The City and respond there.