Three great new opportunities to get connected and grow your faith at 519church.
1- We will begin Thursday Night small group opportunities on February 15th, 7:00pm to 8:00pm to continue the conversation from Sunday’s message on the foundational beliefs of Christianity that hold us all together. Register here or in-person Sunday in the Welcome Space. Childcare provided with Reservation HERE.
2- Join the Lent prayer team on Sundays, starting February 18th from 8:00am to 9:00am in the Youth Room. Register here or in-person Sunday in the Welcome Space. Childcare is not provided.
3- Join us for a taste of what 519community is and does as we gather in the Warehouse space at 519church Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:30pm (Beginning February 15th). Register here, in-person Sundays in the Welcome Space, or e-mail David Austin. Childcare provided with Reservation HERE.
Been checking out 519 for while and want to dig a little bit deeper? Have no fear, this is not a DTR (define the relationship) conversation but simply a chance to ask any questions you may have.
Join us for Q&A with Owen on Sunday, March 4th after the 9:30 or 11:00am service in the Warehouse Community Room by the bathrooms.
Join us for Holy Week starting on Sunday, March 25th.
*March 24th: Family Easter Experience: 1:30-4 p.m., in the CLC on the Apex campus. Road to Resurrection is an interactive event that guides families through the events surrounding Jesus’ death and resurrection. Your family will travel in a small group with a guide, waving palms as you enter Jerusalem, and visit stations from the Last Supper to the road to Emmaus. After your journey, children up to age 11 can participate in an Easter egg hunt! Please register in advance to designate a time period for your family to travel the Road to Resurrection. If you would like to volunteer to help with this event, please sign up online.
March 25th: Palm Sunday; 9:30am and 11:00am; 519 campus
Worship with us as we read the whole story leading from height of Jesus’ triumphant procession to the depth of his crucifixion.
March 30th: Good Friday; 7:00pm in the mausoleum at Wake Memorial Park
Gather in the mausoleum to process our lament and taste the despair of Jesus’ disciples.
Click HERE to view other Holy Week activities at our other campuses.
Eating is always a great way to make friends. This January, as we explore how the simple act of friendship has the power to change the world, we would like to invite you to join each other for a meal on February 11th. We will provide power strips for crock pots.
Worship at 10:15am
Eat at 11:30am.
A-I: Meats (or Main Veggie)
J-S: Sides, salads, etc.
Ash Wednesday marks the first day of Lent, which is a period of forty days before Easter when we focus on fasting, repentance, and spiritual discipline. We have a beautiful and meaningful evening of worship planned. Come receive ashes on February 14th, 7:00pm at 519church.
For the first three months of 2018, 519 members have the chance to join members of the Apex campus to serve those recovering from Hurricane Matthew in Fayetteville. It is our hope to have 20-25 (even though more can go) sign up for each trip. For more information email Sue Muller or Ron Brown.
There are 3 Saturday trips to choose from:
January 27: Full
Sign up Here
- Each day the team will arrive in Fayetteville by 8:00am and leave around 4:30pm (or earlier if needed).
- If you want to carpool, email will be sent out week of with information
- Food is NOT provided. You must bring your own lunch, snacks and water
- 15-17-year-olds can participate when accompanied by a parent. All other participants must be 18 years old or older.
More specific trip details will be emailed out the week of each trip.
Several times a year we offer a New Members Class for those attending our Family of Faith Communities. Our first class in 2018 is January 28th.
The New Members Class is an opportunity to hear God’s big story again; to connect God’s story with our unique Wesleyan heritage, and to connect God’s story with the unique story of Apex UMC. In hearing this story, we then invite all people to share their stories and partner with us as a community of disciples of Jesus who are making the story of God active and real in our culture. Teenagers who have been confirmed are invited to join their parents in this experience. Please register them separately. read more…
In order to finish 2017 strong, we need you to continue your financial support of our church’s ministries. Continuing to give—and considering a special gift at year’s end—has a significant impact in helping our church family fulfill all the obligations we have for our ministries this year.
To make a year-end donation of stock, instructions can be found on our website at apexumcfamily.org/giving. You may also contact our finance office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-362-7807 ext. 228.
All gifts intended for tax credit in 2017 must be received in the church office by Jan. 2. Gifts may be mailed (100 South Hughes St. Apex, NC 27502) and postmarked by Dec. 31 and all online gifts must be made by Dec. 31.
Holiday Office Hours
The church office will be closed from Dec. 25-Jan. 1. It will re-open at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 2. A secure, locked drop box will be available at the front door of the office for end-of-year donations and gifts. It is the smaller gray box to the right of the door. There is also a bamboo locked box in Crossroads on the Apex campus where you can deposit monetary gifts securely.
The plea of God’s people throughout history has been for God to intervene – to come down, fix what is broken, heal what is wounded, and make real what faith struggles to imagine. We want the same things these days, don’t we? What if we invited God to come again and opened up our lives to first make room in our hearts for him. Read more about what Apex UMC Family of Faith events during Advent.
December 24, 2017
10:00am: Nursery Only; Communion
5:00: No Basecamp and No Nursery; Communion and Candle Light
7:00: No Basecamp and No Nursery; Communion and Candle Light
December 31, 2017
10:00am: Nursery Only
One of the great traditions of the Church is lighting the Advent Wreath in worship and around the table at home. We want to help you connect those two spaces this Advent.
You can download a resource guide for your home. It comes with meditations, prayers, scripture, discussion prompts and activities for both kids and adults.
We’ll pass the Pitcher of Mercy to support Paws4Vets, which provides therapy dogs for former soldiers dealing with the physiological effects of war.
This event is open to anyone and everyone, so bring your people!