Tabernacle has set a goal to collect $3,800 to send to missionaries serving through the SBC’s North American Mission Board and the CBF’s Global Missions. Last year’s goal was $3,500, and we reached that mark by collecting $3,536. With everyone’s help, we hope to exceed last year’s goal. Your offerings will go directly toward supporting the work of missionaries. Envelopes are available in the pews and in your offering envelope packets.
Starting on Sunday, March 18, at 9:45 AM, the Pastor will be leading an eight-week study covering basic Baptist beliefs. Meeting in the dining room, the class is open to anyone in the church who is interested in learning more about what it means to be Baptist. We want to especially encourage those who have recently joined Tabernacle or who might be considering joining Tabernacle to come out for this class.
If you’re a junior or senior student at Leesville Road High School, you’re invited to attend a lunch gathering at the Tabernacle Baptist Church Youth House – across the street from the high school parking lot. Each week on Mondays we host a lunch for youth and typically serve about 20 or more students. We’d be glad for you to join us for some good food, time with friends, and a break from your school day.
Wednesday night activities begin again on January 10, 2018.
Wednesday nights at TBC offer exciting opportunities for us to anchor our week in Christian fellowship. After enjoying a delicious meal from 5:30 to 6:30 pm, there are activities scheduled for all ages. Children participate in Children’s Choir as well as missions groups: Mission Friends, Girls in Action, and Royal Ambassadors, while the youth gather for fellowship and Bible study. Adults meet for prayer and Bible study.
6:15 – 7:30 pm Youth Group (Youth House)
6:15 – 7:30 pm Children’s Choir (Choir Room) and Missions Groups
6:30 – 7:20 pm Adult Prayer Meeting and Bible Study (Dining Room)
7:30 – 8:30 pm Chapel Choir (Choir Room)
Baptists on Mission/NC Baptist Men are already working on the ground in Texas to meet the needs of those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Their efforts include disaster recovery (clearing out flood debris), feeding the hungry (40,000 meals a day are needed in the Beaumont/Nederland area alone), offering laundry services, showers, and much more. Tabernacle’s state missions offering in September will allow us help to provide the financial support needed to address this crisis. If you’d like to give above and beyond this offering, check out www.baptistsonmission.org/hurricaneharvey. Many ways to pray, go, and/or give are detailed on the website. You may also make a contribution through checks payable to N.C. Baptist Men/Baptists On Mission, designated for Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief. Checks can be mailed to NCBM, Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, P.O. Box 1107, Cary, NC 27512.