Announcements – July 11, 2021

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Contribute to Wendell Christian Church


Although some of us cannot be physically together during this COVID-19 pandemic, our ministries and church expenses continue and your financial support is greatly needed and appreciated. Click here to make an online contribution, or you can mail your contributions to WCC, PO Box 874, Wendell, NC 27591-0874. To download the Gively smartphone app, click here. Once you have it installed on your phone, put in zip code 27591 for your location and search for Wendell Christian Church.

Board Meeting – July 28

The Quarterly Board meeting will be Wednesday, July 28th in-person in the Fellowship Hall at 7 PM and via Zoom. Login via Zoom the same as you do on Sunday. Committee Chairs should be prepared to give written reports.

Sanctuary Renovations

The company whose carpet bid was approved by the congregation has provided carpet samples that can be viewed in the Fellowship Hall.

For information about the pew repair and upholstery company, please see Gayenell Gull or any Board Member. For information about their process for refurbishing pews please click here.

Martha’s Compassion Box

Please do not put perishable food items in this Compassion Box. Several perishable food items have been left recently and have been ruined in the heat and had to be thrown away. Martha’s Compassion Box is sponsored by the CACS Committee. This is a “take what you need and leave what you can” compassion box for community residents. The box will house books for both children and adults, toiletries, and nonperishable food items. Church members are welcome to contribute. Excess contributions are kept in the west wing library and put out as needed. Many thanks to Marty Greer and the handiwork of Andy Hanna for making this dream come to life.

Join Us for Online Worship on Sunday

Please join us for worship through Facebook or Zoom:

  • Fellowship and check-in (we are learning to connect on Zoom) 10:30 – 10:55 AM
  • Worship 11 AM to Noon
  • Announcements and fellowship Noon – 12:30 PM
  • Facebook: WCC Together
  • FM Radio 91.1 (within one block of the church)
  • Zoom Meeting: Enter the Meeting ID and password. Also available by phone at:

+1 929 205 6099
+1 312 626 6799
+1 669 900 6833
+1 253 215 8782
+1 301 715 8592
+1 346 248 7799

Missed the live worship? Watch and listen here.

Wednesday Morning Devotion and Encouragement:

We welcome everyone to join us for our morning devotional services each Wednesday at 7:30 A.M. on Zoom. Enter the Meeting ID and password. Also available by phone at:

+1 929 205 6099
+1 312 626 6799
+1 669 900 6833
+1 253 215 8782
+1 301 715 8592
+1 346 248 7799

In-Person Worship Beginning March 14

Click here for guidelines.

Due to a recent change by the state with regard to the number of people who can attend indoor activities, the Church Board approved opening the sanctuary for in-person worship on Sunday, March 14th subject to these guidelines being followed, such as social distancing, wearing masks, etc. Individuals will be needed to serve in various capacities to ensure that safety protocols are followed and to help with sanitizing when needed. No-contact masks, gloves, sanitizers, communion cups, and contribution trays will be available in or near the Narthex. Our regular streaming service via Zoom and Facebook Live will continue for those who can’t or don’t wish to attend in-person.

Wednesday Prayer Gatherings

Wendell Christian Church will host a Prayer Gathering each Wednesday from Noon to 1 PM beginning May 5 for any who wish to pray and/or learn to pray. We will use the book: “Prayer: Finding the Heart’s True Home” by Richard Foster to inform our learning and our praying. These books are available in the church sanctuary – the cost is $5 each.
It will be led by Pastor George. Others will also lead from time to time. Participants will be encouraged to read the chapter for each week and abide by the group covenant which will be read and affirmed at the beginning of each gathering. Each gathering will be available on Zoom so people can participate from work or home if they cannot gather in person. Videos of the teaching time are available here. An introduction will be offered during the first gathering on May 5. We will have some simple food available to make participation in person more likely for all who are working or having a busy day. The meal will be planned for those who sign up by emailing Pastor George by 5 PM on the Monday before each Wednesday. All who seek a deeper experience of prayer and spiritual awakening in Jesus Christ, are welcome.

Wednesday Morning Online Bible Study – 10:30 A.M.

We welcome everyone to join us for our virtual weekly Community Bible study via Zoom each Wednesday morning at 10:30 A.M. Join us and Invite a friend as we study the word of God.

Children’s Bible Story Videos

The Education Committee will be creating Bible Story videos to share with the community throughout the summer.  We would love to have some guest readers so our children can feel connected to our entire community.  Please contact Tammy Fuller if you would be willing to read a story for our children.  (No worries if you don’t know how to create one, our team will help you with that!) Click here for this week’s story.

Children’s Sunday School Resumes on June 6th

We are looking to welcoming back our children beginning on June 6th.  So, we are looking for volunteers to help in the nursery as well as with our young children this summer.  There will not be a lot of preparation required on your part.   We simply want to have someone available during worship to make the children and their families feel loved and wanted.  You would love the babies and with the older children, you could share the Bible Story video or read one of your own choosing.  With summer coming on we don’t anticipate a large number on any Sunday but we do one to provide a meaningful experience for them and their families.

We also are looking for individuals that would be willing to help us with the children’s time on Sundays beginning in the Fall.  We would love to know your interest and how often you would be willing to help. Please click here to take you to the survey that will let us know your interest in volunteering.

Listen to Sermons and Weekday Devotions

Audio recordings and sermon outlines are available here. Weekday Devotions (Wednesday Mornings at 7:30 A.M.) are available here.

Contact An Elder

Thes Elders are available to the congregation for prayer requests, suggestions, questions or concerns. Click here to send a message to one of our Church Elders.

COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources

The COVID-19 outbreak has been accompanied by a flood of misinformation from unreliable sources. Be thoughtful about what you read or hear about the virus and make sure you are separating rumor from fact before you act. Click here for additional information and resources.

COVID-19 Testing

Wake County is now conducting drive-thru COVID-19 testing at numerous locations. Some sites have been operating for months, others are moving every week as they try to reach communities throughout the county. This free service provides an easy and efficient way for residents to learn if they have the virus. Click here for more information. There is no cost and no appointment required for most locations. Walk-ups are welcome at all of our drive-thru testing sites! The above link is updated often with new locations so check it often.

Financial Assistance Needed with Utility Payments, Rent, Mortgage?

Finding help during a housing emergency just got a lot easier for Wake County residents. Instead of trying to locate housing resources on their own or calling multiple agencies for assistance, they can now call one phone number for any urgent housing needs.

“For many, homelessness is a symptom of an even greater underlying problem,” said Wake County Commissioner Sig Hutchinson. “The House Wake! Access Hub will not only help our most vulnerable residents get off the streets into a safe place to live, but it will also link them with the resources they need to address other issues such as unemployment, poor health or addiction.”

Those needing assistance can call 919-443-0096 or email Click here for more information.

Reports and Bulletin Updates

Various financial reports, as well as other useful information, are on a table in the Fellowship Hall. Please email Sunday Bulletin updates to Glenn Harris by Friday each week.

Disciples of Christ Links

Youth and Young Adults on Facebook
Follow Camp Caroline on Facebook
Follow the Christian Church in NC on Facebook


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