After visiting the Grand Canyon, Jim Dickerson came back home and retired!
Keith Solomon and grandsons Cason and Cale come by the church.
Pastor Hal was showing off his Father’s Day gift to everyone…….. Socks with pictures of his grandchildren!!!
From Mother’s Day to Father’s Day, Edgewood Baptist Church will be participating in raising funds for Alamance Pregnancy Services. Please join us.
One wonderful ministry at church is spending time with our seniors. Our Tuesday Bingo gatherings include lots of laughs, super prizes, great food, and always a sweet time of prayer and devotions. I so appreciate the folks like Gayle Shore and Brenda Everett for their hard work and dedication in leading this special event.
EBC welcomed Rev Ron Allen and Choir from Embrace Baptist Church in High Point NC this past Sunday. It was a great time of worship and fellowship with our brothers and sisters from Embrace Baptist. Embrace Baptist is a new church plant in High Point NC that is fulfilling the Great Commission to community that needs to hear the Lord’s word. For more information about Embrace Baptist: https://www.facebook.com/embracechurchhp/
Good Friday Service: 4/19/19 @ 7:00PM
Sunrise Service: 4/21/19 @ 7:00AM
Breakfast: 4/21/19 @ 7:30AM
Open Assembly: 4/21/19 @ 8:45AM
Sunday School: 4/21/19 @ 9:00AM
Morning Worship Service: 4/21/19 @ 10:00AM
There will be NO evening services
on Easter Sunday
15-DAY FAMILY EASTER FOCUS
In the days prior to Easter, the world will celebrate the life, death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. To help you and your family prepare for this special season, a 15-day reading plan, discussion guide, prayer prompts and suggested activities are provided in this booklet. The reading plan includes 15 days of reading followed by discussion questions to help foster conversation. As an added bonus, there are optional activities to use every day. The discussion questions are broken into three age-appropriate categories:
• Younger children: preschool age
• Older children: elementary school age
• Teenager: middle and high school age
Please select the link below to view the book:
All the hype and hoopla about who could make the best biscuits came to a head Saturday morning at the Caring Kitchen in Burlington. In one corner you had Rick, with everything laid out meticulously and ready to take the top prize. In the other corner you had Pastor Hal, with everything he needed to bake up a winning batch. So who was the winner??? Neither one (HAHA)!!! It was Debbie who stepped in with a loaf of sour dough bread that took 1st prize. The funny quote of the day goes to Rick: “3rd place got to go home with 1st place, so I’m the winner!”. Guess you can’t argue with Rick on that! For more information on the Caring Kitchen, please visit their website at: http://burlingtonassembly.net/caring-kitchen/
As all of EBC knows our brother David had been in the hospital having issues with his lungs. He is definitely making progress and we continue to pray he can go home soon. We sure do miss seeing him and Marie at EBC!!!