Thursday Evening Bible Study – Cary
Lord I Want to Know You – book by Kay Arthur
All women are welcome to join us on September 21 for a time of worship, community, and a video message from Amy Groeschel.
The cost for this event is just $20. Childcare is available for a small fee.
The Ecuador mission team will be delivering school supplies, basic necessities, and special gifts to the projects and their staff. If you’d like to help, here are the items needed:
School Supplies for the Children:
Gifts for Teachers/Staff:
You have the opportunity to create a special gift that will be hand-delivered to your sponsored child. Join us for a scrap book page making event at Lifepointe’s facility on Durant Road in North Raleigh.
Bring printed photos of yourself/your family and we will provide materials to create a colorful gift for your sponsored children, reminding them that you are thinking of them from NC.
The children absolutely love sharing the photos with family and friends. They become treasured keepsakes. We will be laminating these pages and will hand deliver them to the children in Posorja, Junin, and Portoviejo when the mission team visits at the end of September.
If you can’t make it to this event, you are welcome to create a 8.5 x 11 scrapbook page with photos, a note and decorations and drop it off at the Connect Center in the lobby at your Lifepointe location by September 15. Be sure it has your child’s name and Compassion number on it.
Kindly RSVP by July 20 so that we can have the right amount of materials ready. Childcare will not be provided, but this is a perfect chance to get your kids’ creativity involved if they are able to attend!
New to Lifepointe? Join us at the next Newcomer Gathering. You’ll get to know some of the staff, meet others who are new to Lifepointe and have the opportunity to get more connected around here.
We look forward to getting to know you! Sign up below for the next gathering at your location.
This group exists for any family that is either interested in fostering or adopting or has fostered or adopted can get together and share life. We want to encourage each other as we pursue God’s will to care for the least among us in the most intimate setting possible – our families.
Interest groups are a great way to meet people. We have a variety of groups who get together for fun things like Ultimate Frisbee, Gardening, Special Event Planning, and Creative Arts and Crafts and Retirees. Check out these groups at findmygroup.com – search by Group Type: Interest.
If you don’t find what you’re looking for, you and 4 friends can start a group. (Email our Outreach Director for the info.)
The community garden at our North Raleigh location on Durant Road is a beautiful space that supports a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. In addition, our garden supports the community by helping people in need, giving away half of the produce is donated to food banks and local families.
Spring is on the way and the garden is growing! There are plenty of ways to help us grow our garden community from chicken-tending to flower arranging – now is the time to consider joining one of our many service teams.
Visit the garden website for more information.