Local Christians who are single are invited to a Night on the Town on Friday, July 22.
The group will meet from 9:30 to 11 p.m. at the Yogurt Mountain in the Brennan Station Shopping Center on Creedmoor Road in Raleigh.
Night on the Town was created to bring together Christian singles who are happy with their church affiliations but want a safe environment to meet other single people.
The group’s Fourth Friday events are held from January through October and include various outings like game nights and minor-league baseball games.
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Participants are from more than a dozen churches. There are a few rules: Events are alcohol-free, individual churches and their doctrines are always respected, and members who decide to date are asked to do so outside a regularly scheduled NOTT event.
For more information about the group, go to nightonthetown2002.tripod.com.
Gethsemane Seventh-day Adventist Church will host a Wellness Now Health Fair from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 23.
The free event will feature blood pressure screenings, hearing screenings, chiropractic services, dental services, information about vegetarian food and Zumba classes, and more.
The fair will be followed by a Family Fun Day on Sunday, July 24.
For more information about the health fair, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The church is located at 2525 Sanderford Road, Raleigh.
‘Examining Your Worldviw’
Friendship Baptist Church will host informative sessions on “Examining Your Worldview” the next three Wednesday evenings.
5510 Falls of Neuse Road in Raleigh, will conduct informative sessions on “Examining Your Worldview” for the next three Wednesday evenings.
Skip Tilton, who helped design and build the popular Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky., will answer questions about dinosaurs, the age of the earth, a worldwide flood, the Ice Age, the missing links in the fossil record and where the races came from.
All of the free sessions will begin at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary.
The church is located at 5510 Falls of Neuse Road, Raleigh.
Safe Families for Children
Church of the Apostles in Raleigh is one of several local congregations joining the Safe Families for Children movement.
Safe Families, which was founded in Chicago in 2003, is a church-based movement that provides hope and support for families in crisis. The group advocates for child welfare and works to prevent child abuse.
Homelessness, domestic violence, illness and unemployment leadfamilies to the program to provide a safe haven for children.
Church of the Apostles will host a training session for interested volunteers from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, July 21. Registration is available at https://goo.gl/qk6Mvi.
To learn more about Safe Families for Children, go to www.safe-families.org.
Church of the Apostles in located at 333 Church at North Hills Street.
Carla Turchetti compiles Faith in Focus each week. Email her with details of upcoming events at email@example.com.