UNC REX BLOOD DRIVE Saturday, July 8th BLOOD DONORS NEEDED 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Temple Baptist Church, Raleigh 1417 Clifton St CRITICAL NEED FOR DONOR’S DUE TO THE 4th OF JULY HOLIDAY!! Please consider donating **Walk-in’s welcome but appointments will be honored first!!** http://signup.com/go/templebaptistraleigh
Please consider spending some time with our babies and toddlers on Sunday mornings during the 10:45 service. We have teachers on staff to do all the messy work. We just need you to help out by playing with and loving on these little ones. Contact Amy Tinkler: firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sunday, July 2nd, we will have one service only at 10:00 am. This will be a combined service with Temple Baptist in their sanctuary. Afterward, we are invited to a cookout and drinks, hot dogs, hamburgers, chips and baked beans are provided. If you are a vegetarian, please bring
We need Nursery and Preschool helpers for Sunday 10:45 am service. Volunteers help with story time, crafts, snacks, and playtime. You do not have to change diapers or plan lessons! Anyone interested should contact Amy Tinkler, email@example.com, 919-760-7319
Robin is holding a series of Enneagram lessons from 12:30 to 1:30 in the Teen Room. Sunday April 23rd, we will be exploring the suffering of the Type 5 which propels him to move from his avarice to his non-attachment. Here’s the entire schedule: 4th Sunday January – Type 8 From Lust
Our destination this year will be Linville Falls and Linville Gorge near Marion, NC. This trip will entail a little less driving than our trips to Cherokee, and we’ll be in the neighborhood of our old friend, Trisha Neuhaus Gensic. Mark it on your calendars! More info will come later.
2.17 Community Financial Report For those who like words: Our giving in February was almost to budget. Well, alright, it was about $1,000 below budget. And, that didn’t help us catch up since we were behind in January. So, now we are just over $6,000 behind. The good news is
Please do not park on Clifton Street on Sunday mornings. It is legal, but it creates difficulty for the people who live on the street backing out of their driveways. Please park instead in the main parking lot, leaving the first two rows of parking for the Temple people.