Throughout June, July, and August we will break from our regular Wednesday evening schedule of singing rehearsals and studies, BUT there is still an opportunity for us to gather in community (koinonia) and fellowship. If you have been wanting to get a bit more exercise or just visit with fellow church members, join us in a Walking Group on Wednesday nights before Chime Choir rehearsal. Put on your walking shoes and join in outside or inside with the encouragement of your friends. Potential start time will be 6:00pm–beginning Wednesday, June 5th. Questions?–contact the church office.
Looking for a Father’s Day activity? Sign up starting April 21 for our June 16 trip to the Durham Bulls for a Sunday evening gaime at 5:05 pm against the Indianapolis Indians (AAA affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates). Tickets are only $9 per person (for children two and under, sitting on an adult’s lap there is no charge; if you want them to have a seat, it is $9). We will depart from APLC at 3:45 to arrive in time for the first pitch. Contact Tad Doering (firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-772-3441) if you have questions.
Fun, Faith and Fellowship – A Night at the Durham Bulls Planning for the summer – hold June 16th for a Durham Bulls game at 5:05pm as they take on the Indianapolis Indians (AAA minor league affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates). More details to com.
Pastor Ingold will be conducting orientation for candidates for First Communion on Thursday, March 21 at 6:00 p.m. Registration forms may be found on the shelf outside Pastor’s office, and should be completed and returned to the Pastor or the Church Office as soon as possible.
Are you retired? Then, you could be one of the OWLS! Whooooo? Older, Wiser LutheranS!! That’s who. Come and join your fellow OWLS for pot-luck brunch, conversation, and faith study on Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11:30, led by Pastor Jeffrey Ingold. We are currently studying a DVD series entitled “Living the Questions”, a study on progressive Christianity.
Be part of one of the most important decisions in Thrivent’s history! From March 1 to April 30, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans benefit members can vote on extending our common bond from Lutheran to Christian.
Thrivent Financial helps people with a common bond come together for the common good and we have seen what can happen when Thrivent works: lives are changed, communities are strengthened and financial futures are made more secure.
Now those of us who are members of Thrivent have an opportunity to expand that good work by extending Thrivent’s common bond from Lutheran to Christian.
To do this requires a change to the Thrivent Articles of Incorporation – and that is where you as a benefit member must participate by voting and approving this change.
Helping More Christians
- Serving more Christians – while staying firmly rooted in our Lutheran heritage – allows Thrivent to evolve and grow for the benefit of its members, their children and their grandchildren.
- Today, many Lutheran hospitals, schools and institutions have grown to serve people who don’t call the Lutheran church home. Like these organizations, we should be proud of Thrivent’s mission, history and traditions, and Thrivent believes the mission, history and traditions will be meaningful to other Christians.
- Especially in these tough economic times, many Christians could be helped by Thrivent’s products and member benefits. By extending Thrivent’s common bond, Thrivent can better serve the needs of more people.
Here is a letter from the CEO at Thrivent sharing more information about this change:
Are you retired? Then, you could be one of the OWLS! Whooooo? Older, Wiser LutheranS!! That’s who. Come enjoy your fellow OWLS for pot-luck brunch, conversation, and faith study on Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11:30, led by Pastor Jeffrey Ingold? We are currently studying a DVD series entitled “Living the Questions”, a study on progressive Christianity.
Sunday, January 27th, meet for lunch at church at 12:00 noon, leave for Ice House, 1410 Buck Jones Road, Cary at 12:45 p.m. Cost: Students (5 – 12 yrs) $6.50 and (13 yrs – up) $7.50 and skates $3.50. SIGN UP ON YOUTH ANNOUNCEMENT BOARD!!
Are you an OWL (Whooo)? – that’s an Older, Wiser Lutheran. Why not join your fellow OWLs for pot-luck brunch, conversation, and study on Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11:30? We are beginning a DVD series called “Living the Question”.
Teens Encounter Christ (TEC) – January 19 – 21 at Camp Agape.
APLC Family Beach Retreat – February 15 – 17 at Kure Beach, NC. Register now to reserve your spot.
North Carolina LYO Assembly – February 22 in Greensboro, NC. Registration is now open.