We accept and affirm ALL people regardless of race, gender, age, socio-economic class, national origin, faith background, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental ability, or any other characteristic of human diversity because God poured out His Spirit on all people equally.
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We are community-based and focus on justice and peace initiatives. We want to reach broken people who need to know that a meaningful relationship with God can heal and make you whole. We have a special interest in serving people recovering from addiction or incarceration.
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Our sanctuary is sanitized regularly. The front and back doors are open at all times and ceiling fans stay on.
Exodus Church has gone mask optional! We praise God for the significant reduction in COVID infections in Catawba County and feel it is the time to go "mask optional". People can still wear their masks, but for those who choose not to - be free! If infections rise again in the future we may return to "masks required" but for the time being Exodus Church has gone "masks optional"
To Be Black and Christian in These Times of War
A National Teach-In Webinar by Samuel Dewitt Proctor Conference
Sundays 10/22, 10/29, 11/5, 11/12
7:00pm - 8:30pm by Zoom (you must register) or in Exodus Church Fellowship Hall as a group.
To register for the Zoom option, go to https://bit.ly/ToBeBlackandChristian
We invite all people to join us by Zoom or in person for this important series which is FREE. "These Times of War" are real and a human tragedy for innocent civilians beyond what we have ever witnessed with our own eyes. But, be clear, this is not and cannot be a spectator sport for anyone. This national teach-in has 3 major objectives:
1) To layout the complex and multilayered factors and truths of different stakeholders which have framed the ongoing struggle in the Holy Land over centuries, including attention to the experiences and issue of African identity, land, culture and peoples
2) To illuminate how the experiences of African Americans* and the prophetic tradition of the black Church in the quest for freedom and justice inform and shape responses to the identity of being Black and Christian and the ongoing struggle for peace in the Holy Land. (POAD in the US)*
3) To provide clergy and lay leaders with information and resources on this war with global and human consequences and to better equip them to discern, lead and facilitate ministries of the faithful as Black and Christian.
While this series does focus on African American experience, all people need to understand the history of the conflict in the Holy Land and care about the fate of innocent civilians that are being caught in the cross fire thereCommunity Thanksgiving Luncheon
November 23, 2023 11:00am - 1:00pm
Church Fellowship Hall
The community is invited to share fellowship and a delicious Thanksgiving meal with the Exodus family. We hope to see you then!
Angel Tree Applications Available Now!
Would you like to make sure that children of Incarcerated parents receive a gift this Christmas? Parents in prison have filled out applications with their child's name, age, who the caregiver is and a suggestion of a gift for $25 or less that their child would like. Churches, businesses, and individuals are encouraged to get applications and help these children know that their parent in prison remembered them at Christmas.
If you would like to get some Angel Tree applications, please call Marty Propst at 828-238-6728.
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