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Upcoming Events and News from Our Friends–May 2022

May 2, 2022 | Noonday | 0 comments

Here’s what our churches and other friends would like you to know about this month! Click on each title to find out more and/or register. To submit an item to include, contact randy@noondaynet.org.

Disciple Making Workshop–May 1-3

Three Taverns Church (3575 Acworth Due West Rd., Marietta) will hold a Disciple Making Workshop May 1-3 on their campus based on Pastor Doug Burrier’s years of research and real-life experience with the church, producing a 90% success rate. Workshop begins with dinner Sunday at 5:30pm and concludes at 4:00pm Tuesday. Find out more and register here.

Hurt Road Spring Golf Tournament–May 2

Hurt Road Baptist Church in Smyrna will have their Spring Golf Tournament Monday, May 2, at Dogwood Golf Club in Austell with registration beginning at 7:30am and a shotgun start at 9:00am. Cost is $70.00 per person and includes lunch and two mulligans. Team mulligans are available to purchase for $5.00 (max 4). Play will be 4 person best ball. There will be prizes for first, second, and third place teams, longest drive, and closest to pin. Sponsored by BIC. For more info call Tommy Mullins Sr. at 770-403-6304, Randy Conner at 470-494-6694, or John Creech at 770-314-3649.

Johnson Ferry National Day of Prayer–May 4

Johnson Ferry Baptist Church will honor the National Day of Prayer on the evening before, on Wednesday, May 4, with an event at 6:00pm-7:00pm in Student Center South. Please join us in worshiping and praising the Lord and lifting our country to Him at JF’s National Day of Prayer. To access Student Center South, you may enter either at the North Main Entrance or the South Main Entrance of our building. As you enter from either direction, proceed to the center of the atrium to the descending stairs (coming from north side will be on your right, south side will be on your left) which will take you to Student Center South.

GriefShare Group–May 11-August 3

Losing someone you dearly love is among life’s most painful experiences. In fact, getting through the ensuing grief can be too difficult to handle alone. That’s why we offer GriefShare, a 13-week program designed to provide caring support and hope for anyone grieving such a loss. At Summit Baptist Church our online format begins a new season on Wednesday evening, May 11, at 7:00pm, and ends August 3. For details and to register, please go to griefshare.org or call us at 770-975-4595.

YL Hangout–May 19

YL (Young Leaders) Hangouts are one way young leaders can connect with one another and grow as ministry leaders. This first Hangout is specifically designed to help start and strengthen these relationships. Each YL Hangout is absolutely FREE (lunch is provided) to you and it only takes about 60 seconds to register. It takes place Thursday, May 19, at The Grove Church (1605 Mars Hill Rd., Acworth) from 11:30am to 1:30pm. Contact Dallas White at dallaswhite6410@icloud.com for more details.

Mental Health Summit–May 21

With the rise of mental health issues and the increase of uncertainty in our culture, Grace Church Town Center (3005 Ring Rd., Kennesaw) wants to be a resource for you and your community. They are hosting a one-day introduction to terms and tools from local professionals on Saturday, May 21, 9:00am-1:00pm. Cost is $12.00 per person and includes breakfast and lunch. Register here.

Small Group Leader Discipleship Training–June 3-4

Mercy Hill Church (287 Mt. Calvary Rd., Marietta) and Cru Church Movements are partnering to train small group leaders in Cru’s discipleship pathway called Sent 6:7. The training begins Friday, June 3, at 7:00pm and concludes at 4:00 pm Saturday, June 4. Sent 6:7 is a discipleship pathway designed to give people what they need to multiply Christians and churches. Launch is a training for those who want to make disciples, but need a transferable system to follow. Register here.

Builders For Christ Mission Trip to La Monte, MO–June 5-11

Noonday Builders for Christ and Burnt Hickory Baptist Church (BHBC) are sponsoring a construction mission to Show-Me Christian Youth Home located in La Monte, MO, in June 2022. The appropriate cost for the trip is $100 per participant, including food, onsite lodging, BHBC bus transportation, and trip insurance. Find out more here.

Podcast: Adventure of Being a Dad

Bob Reccord (along with Jeff Kemp, Ken McClenton, and Matt Tjapkes) has begun a new podcast called Adventure of Being a Dad. This series of podcasts is for dads, stepdads, adopted dads, and granddads, and they offer men effective tools and insights for becoming a better dad. They want to help you embrace the most important title you will ever have in life! Access the ongoing series at http://www.dpztechnology.com/index.php/podcastaobad.