Join Us This Week… October 11, 2021

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Today we begin the annual gathering of the Southwide Baptist Fellowship in Raleigh, NC. We are very grateful that friends from around the country are coming to be with us for this time of preaching, prayer, and encouragement. Beautiful music will be given and Bible messages will be preached. A host of exhibitors will make available helpful resources and we know the fellowship will be sweet.

Will you join us?

  • Join us in person beginning tonight at Beacon Baptist Church, 2110 Trawick Road | Raleigh, NC 27604. The ministry displays open at 5:30 pm. The opening service begins at 7:00 pm.
  • Join us online for all services. They will be live-streamed at southwidebaptist.org.
  • Join us in prayer that the Holy Spirit will help and strengthen the Lord’s servants through this year’s meeting.

You may find the full schedule for Monday-Wednesday at southwidebaptist.org/speakers-schedule/. We hope to see you in person but trust that many of you who cannot come will be able to be a part from a distance. These are exciting days to serve Christ and this must be our heart: “so much the more, as ye see the day approaching” (Hebrews 10:25).

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