There are many people in the midst of putting the pieces back together in the wake of Hurricane Dorian. From the devastation in the Bahamas to our very own Outer Banks, many people are going through very difficult days and it’s important that we remember them in our thoughts and prayers and walk beside them in their recovery.
Sometimes it can be difficult to know exactly how to help. We want to support the effort but we don’t know who is on the ground meeting the physical needs and sharing the love of Jesus with the people that are recovering. There are so many good organizations but we wanted to pass along 3 links to groups that are working with the people in the affected areas. We encourage you to give as God leads you!
These first two are helping in the Bahamas.
This last one is with the NC Baptist Men and they are working specifically on Okracoke Island. https://baptistsonmission.org/…/…/Hurricane-Dorian/Donations
Living in the here and now – Aug. 25, 2019
Thomas began his ministry at Angier Baptist in June of 2019. A graduate of Campbell University Divinity School (M.Div with Distinction), Thomas is committed to teaching the Word of God and sharing God’s love with everyone. Thomas believes that the gift of conversation is one of the greatest gifts God has given us and he welcomes each opportunity to share with the people around him. He has served churches in North Carolina and Florida, and he most recently served as Pastor at First Baptist Church, Rowland, NC. Thomas and his wife, Ashley, have 3 children, Julianne, Adelaide, and Mack. In his free time, he is probably with his family but you also might find him cheering on his undergraduate Alma mater, Wake Forest University, as well as watching sports of all kinds.
The Chancel Choir will present their Christmas Canata at 7pm followed by a churchwide Christmas party in the fellowship hall…and maybe a visit from ole St. Nick!
The Children will lead us in worship as they present their Christmas program at 11am.
Thanksgiving Meal at the Depot for individuals in our town that may not have a thanksgiving meal. This is an event in cooperation with Angier Area Ministers Association. For more details on how you can help, see Allison.
Hanging of the Greens at 7pm. Help us decorate the church in this meaningful service to prepare our hearts for Advent.
Community Thanksgiving service at Angier Baptist. Rev. Chris Turner from Neills Creek will bring our message. An offering will be collected for the Angier Food Pantry.
The Children will host a breakfast for our Veterans and their spouses on Nov.6th at 8:30am to say Thank you for your service to our country!
Join the youth on Nov. 6th for a Paintball Adventure.
Lunch at 12:30 – Micasita (bring your own money)
Paintball at Black River Paintball from 3-6 (COST: $20)
Bonfire and Hotdogs at Tripps from 6-8:30
Event date is past
Deacons Meeting in the conference room.