Announcements, May 10
Baby Bottle Boomerang (May 12–June 16) || Help raise funds for Sound Choices Pregnancy Clinic! Starting Sunday, CrossPointe will have baby bottles available in the foyer for you, your family, your Community Group, etc., to collect change, bills and checks for Sound Choices! The drive ends on Father’s Day, so fill as many bottles as you want (one at a time).
Starting Pointe Membership Class (May 17–19) || Anyone considering membership at CrossPointe must attend this three-part class being held May 17 (6:30–9 p.m.), 18 (9 a.m.–noon) and 19 (6–7:30 p.m.). Childcare will be provided. To register, please contact Robert Ward.
Community Group Leader Training (May 19) || Current CG leaders and those interested in leading a group should attend this training on Sunday, May 19, at 6:30–7:30 p.m.
Ladies’ Lunch (May 21) || CrossPointe’s women gather monthly on the third Tuesday for lunch ($5 Chick-fil-A). E-mail Sigourney Ward or sign up via Connection Card if you’ll be there on Tuesday, May 21, at noon. Childcare is provided.
Youth Summer Calendar (June 5) || The youth start their summer schedule on June 5! High school and middle school will meet together on Wednesdays, 6:30–7:30 p.m. Upcoming: HS pool party—Raborns’, June 9; MS pool party—Darrahs’, May 26; service project—Camp Joy, June 12 (6–8 p.m.); Summer Retreat—June 20–23 ($150).
Child Dedication (June 9) || CrossPointe will dedicate our newly born/adopted children to the Lord on Sunday, June 9. Interested parents must attend a class on Sunday, June 2, at 8:45 a.m. Childcare will be provided. Please contact Sigourney Ward to sign up.
Baptism Sunday (June 23) || Water baptism is a symbol of the Christian’s unity with Christ in death to sin and renewed life to God. If you would like to be baptized or learn more about baptism, please contact Wayne Shealy.
Base Camp (June 24–28) || Children entering 1st–6th grades are invited to Base Camp at CrossPointe June 24–28 (9 a.m.–4 p.m., daily). College staff will lead “cabins” in studying the Bible, worshiping together and participating in fun activities typically found at overnight camps! Camp costs $235/child (scholarships available). To register visit campiscoming.com or contact Robert Ward.
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