Everett Chapel FWB Church
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307 Everett Avenue - Clayton NC 27520
 Youth Director - Will Kelley
Sunday Morning

     Sunday morning the children have the opportunity to attend our children's church; ages 5-11 are welcomed and encouraged to attend. During the adult worship service the children are taught using object lessons, prize wheels, games, and songs about our savior. The children are offered a snack before the lessons, and then are divided into teams in which they compete for points. The winning team is allowed to receive an extra spin on the prize wheel. the prize wheels are colored coordinated with the prize buckets in which the children choose a prize of their choice. Each child will receive a small prize at the end of service. All object lessons and games are Christ centered and Bible orientated. 
Wednesday Night

     On Wednesday nights we have a children's class for ages 5-11. In this class the children are introduced to Bible stories, games and crafts. They are taught from the Word of God about His promises, parables, and His people. We use crafts and games to help illustrate and apply what has been taught.
     There is also a teen class for ages 12-18. The teenagers are taught practical truths from the Old and New Testament, and how to combat the world we live in with Scripture and a relationship with Christ.

Sunday Evening

     Sunday Evenings there are classes avaliable for ages 5-18.

     Children 5-11 gather in a classroom where they are taught about Jesus leading them. This is reitereated by using games, crafts, and Bible lessons.

     The teens are given an opportunity to ask questions and discuss concerns facing the christian teenager today. The focus is to give teenagers the knowledge and confidence to face their struggles, disappointments, success, and triumphs using the Word of God.
The Covenant of a Free Will Baptist Church

Having given ourselves to God, by faith in Christ, and adopted the Word of God as our rule of faith and practice, we now give ourselves to one another by the will of God in the solemn covenant.
We promise, by His grace, to love and obey Him in all things, to avoid all appearance of evil, to abstain from all sinful amusements and unholy conformity to the world, from all sanction of the use and sale of the intoxicating beverages, and to "provide things honest in the sight of all men".
We agree faithfully to discharge our obligations in reference to the study of the scriptures, secret prayer, family devotions, and special worship; and by self-denial, faith, and good works endeavor to grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
​We will not forsake the assembling of ourselves together for church conferences, public worship, and the observance of the ordinances of the Gospel; nor fail to pay according to our ability for the support of the church, of its poor, and all its benevolent work.
We agree to accept christian admonition and reproof with meekness, and to watch over one another in love, endeavoring to keep the unity of the spirit in the bonds of peace. To be careful of one another's happiness and reputation, and seek to strengthen the weak, encourage the afflicted, admonish the erring, and as far as we are able, promote the success of the church and of the gospel.
​We will everywhere hold christian principle sacred and christian obligations and enterprises supreme; counting it our chief business in life to extend the influence of Christ in society, constantly praying and toiling the the Kingdom of God may come, and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
To this end we agree to labor for the promotion of approved educational and denominational enterprises, the support of missions, the success of Sunday Schools, an d evangelistic efforts for the salvation of the world, and may the God of peace sanctify us wholly, and preserve us blameless unto the coming of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

"Therefore, I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray
believe that you receive them, and you shall have them."
Mark 11:2

Jesus went to church as a regular practice. Luke 4:16 says, "He went to Nazareth where he had been brought up, and on the Sabbath day he went into the synagogue as was his custom." It was his custom - his regular practice - to go to church. The Message Bible puts it like this, "As he always did on the Sabbath, he went to the meeting place."  If Jesus made it a priority to meet together with other believers, shouldn't we as his followers do so also?
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      Awana starts on Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 7:30 pm. This will be every Wednesday night in addition to teen night.
Ages k-5 through 6th grade