Registration for the 12th annual Refuge Weekend has begun. This weekend is January 26-28 and available to all middle school and high school students. For more information, visit refugeweekend.com.
If you want to take the next step in your spiritual life, but are unsure what to do, this class is a great place to start. Starting Point will meet February 4 at 10AM in the Room 106 of the Office Complex. Topics covered in Starting Point are: salvation, baptism, membership, small groups, serving, giving, and missions.
We are taking applications for a full-time custodial position. Experience with maintenance and custodial work is desired. You can fill out an application online at paulann.org/jobs.
We’re excited to share with you an online subscription to a library of great personal and group study resources through RightNow Media. There are videos over topics like finances, parenting, marriage, discipleship, dating, and lots of bible studies. There’s also a whole section for you kids. If you didn’t receive an email from the church, sign up for free through the link below.
For 3 weeks, there aren’t Wednesday night activities at the church for any age group. This includes December 20, 27 and January 3.
Also, on December 31 there are no Sunday morning activities for Elementary age (K-5th) as well as no 10:10am worship service.
Financial gifts given at the end of the year have to meet specific criteria to qualify as a charitable contribution for tax purposes in 2017. Cash or checks must be physically at the church by close of the business day on Friday, December 22. Any form of contributions that are mailed to the church or submitted online must be postmarked by December 31.
On Saturday, January 6, the Texas Baptist Men are hosting a training event for anyone interested in serving with future disaster relief efforts in the state of Texas. The Yellow Cap Training is from 9:00am-12:00pm followed by lunch and Servsafe Training is 1:00-400pm. If you would like to attend this event, follow the registration links below.
Anyone who wants to be a part of disaster relief ministry must first have Yellow Cap (YC) training. For those who desire to serve with the Mobile Global trailer, you must have ServSafe Training.
- Yellow Camp Training – This training is required for anyone who wants to serve through the Souther Baptist Convention (SBC) disaster relief ministry. This training will give you information on the organization of disaster relief as well as practical training on disaster relief work. After this training you will have the credentials to then sign up for 18 different disaster relief teams (i.e. chainsaw crew, mud out team, shower/laundry unit, coffee trailer)
- ServSafe Training – This class will give practical training on how to safely serve the public in a disaster relief setting. It will cover proper handling of food, safe temperature storage, serving food and drinks, and much more.
Freedom from addiction is made available through Jesus Christ our Savior. The Celebrate Recovery ministry was created to offer a safe environment to experience and celebrate God’s healing power in our lives. Every Thursday night at 7PM in the Children’s Center, CR meets for a time of worship, teaching, and testimonies followed by open share groups.
PushPay is a fast and easy way to make your donations and tithes to the church and all that we support. You have the option to give through the PushPay App or the website. Look for more information at The Connection and online at paulann.org/giving.
Do you wanna keep up with sermons, events and more about our church? The app is a great place to get more information about PaulAnn. You can find our most recent sermon videos and audio, information about featured events at the church, and many other good resources. Go check it out!