Events for April 20, 2017
A faith-based class to help participants through a difficult transition of separation or divorce. The format of the class includes video teaching and group discussion and is led by trained volunteers.
Scheduled at the same time as our DivorceCare class, this class offers loving support for children of divorce or separation. Each session is a stand alone topic therefore participants are invited to join the class at any point during the semester.
Is something keeping you from running the race of life to its fullest? This four-week class addresses foundational truths to living life UNSTUCK, so you can move forward, live life as Christ intended and eventually “run your race” with perseverance!
Special Needs families deserve a place to connect, feel encouraged and find support along their journey. Welcoming all families impacted by special needs, Family Connect Night meets on the third Thursday of each month, 7 – 8:30 p.m. at the Raleigh campus. Bring your entire family! Break-outs and more information included below. We can’t wait…
Are you a student in middle or high school? Have a sibling with special needs? Join us for Lyft— a night of games, snacks and discussion just for you! Hang out with other students and make new friends. Every third Thursday of the month during Family Connect Night, 7-8:30 p.m. RSVP here. We can’t wait…
Grief and loss is a journey – but you don’t have to walk through it alone. If you’ve lost a loved one and are struggling with grief, you’re invited to find comfort and hope.
Do you ever feel overwhelmed, wondering how to live a life that honors God? Are you looking for tools and skills to help you study God’s word for yourself? You aren’t alone! Join us as we spend six weeks digging deeper into 1 Thessalonians. Through this short study, Allison Cain will teach you how to get more out of the time you spend in His word and unpack some practical insights from Paul on how to live out your faith every day. 7-8:30 p.m., beginning April 20 at the Apex campus.