Join one of nine Embrace Roundtables on Saturday, March 14 (one here at Green Street), to learn from other women’s ministry influencers in your region of North Carolina. You will learn how various women’s ministries are engaging women in Scripture, equipping women to share the gospel and disciple others, how they are building their leadership teams, and helping ladies learn to mentor. Cost is $7 and you can register at embracenc.org/roundtables

Use Entrance A (Church Office Entrance) off Phillips Avenue to access the B Hallway where we will meet.

 

We are looking forward to having each of you join us this weekend at the Embrace Roundtables! We have been praying for you, your site facilitators and hosts, and for your churches as you prepare for the weekend. We hope you arrive ready to ask questions of each other to learn how women's ministries in your area are training women in gospel conversations, teaching to study the Bible, building community among believers, intentionally sharing the gospel, and building their leadership teams among a host of other topics. We encourage you to arrive ready to share, ask questions and learn! We also encourage you to make new friends and sit with them. The more you and the ladies from your church spread yourselves out among all the ladies in attendance, the more you will learn. 

 

We are excited to see what the Lord does during Saturday morning's gatherings! We are thankful for each of our site hosts and facilitators. We know you will enjoy getting to know them!

 

All sites will open their doors by 9:45 a.m. for the 10 a.m. start time. Each site will have individual pre-packaged breakfast items for participants. As you grab those breakfast items, we encourage you to give a great big smile and a wave, rather than a hug, to everyone around you.

 

In light of the current health situation in North Carolina and the world, please find the policies of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina regarding our events and health concerns below. Please read and adhere to the following:

 

BSCNC events and activities

In an attempt to prevent the spread of the coronavirus or any other flu-like illnesses, the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina requests that anyone with a fever greater than 99.1, cough, runny nose, sore throat or trouble breathing, not participate in convention-related activities. Event participants who show any cold or flu symptoms will be asked to go home, and the area they were occupying should immediately be disinfected.

 

Preventing disease transmission

Frequently wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Stay at least 3 feet away from anyone who may be infected. If you are the one feeling sick, cover your entire mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze. Use either your bent elbow or a tissue, and throw the tissue away immediately afterward. Try to avoid direct physical contact with others as much as possible, including shaking hands and hugging. Keep your hands away from your face, nose and eyes as much as possible.

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We cannot reinforce enough if you are ill, experiencing symptoms as defined by the Centers for Disease Control, have recently traveled to any of the high-risk countries identified by the CDC or have been around anyone who has been ill, please do not attend. We want to ensure the safety, security and well-being of all of our participants and their families. 

 

Thank you, all, for your participation in this weekend's roundtable! We firmly believe the Lord is on His throne and He is faithful. The circumstances around us might change, but He is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13:8). He is sovereign over all and what a privilege we have to proclaim His name!