Help Families Experiencing Homelessness
As part of a network of churches called Family Promise, we welcome families who are temporarily experiencing homelessness, and provide housing and meals on the third floor of our original campus for a week at a time, four-five times a year. Each host week takes many hands, and we’d love for you to join us! Here’s how you can help (click the links to email our Family Promise team members in charge of various areas):
Got questions? Email Ed.
Kidznotes In Worship
Sun. Feb. 26
8:40 AND 10:55 AM Worship Services
The organization Kidznotes gives children (K-7th grades) 10 hours of music instruction each week free of charge. Their vision is …”to be a catalyst for change using music to build a thriving network of children and families…passion for music unleashes the human potential to transform lives and communities.”
High School Choral Celebration
Tue. Feb. 28
You are invited to attend our Annual High School Choral Concert Tuesday, February 28 at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary. The high school choirs of Athens Drive, Green Hope, Wakefield, Southeast Raleigh Magnet, and Longleaf School of the Arts will perform. Meredith College Chorale will present the finale. The program is free and open to everyone.
eStreet Youth Pancake Supper
Tue. Feb. 28
All are welcome to join us in Kerr Hall for our eStreet Youth Pancake Supper!
Ruth Sheets Red Rose Fundraiser
Sat. Mar. 4
The Red Rose fundraiser to benefit the Ruth Sheets Adult Care Center will take place in Kerr Hall. The Red Rose is a great event to benefit a great ministry of ESUMC. For more info email Matt at email@example.com or call 919-832-7227.
Easter Egg Hunt
Sat. Apr. 1
The annual Easter Egg Hunt for preschoolers is being held this year on Saturday, April 1st (note date change) at Tatton Hall (1625 Oberlin Road). In addition to the egg hunt, we serve refreshments, make crafts, wave palm branches, have face painting and Jesus tells the Easter Story. It’s a wonderful morning for families!
Congregational Care Ministers Training
At Edenton Street, we have a plan for caring for those in our community that involves our 6 ordained ministers, our Stephen Ministers, and our Congregational Care Ministers (CCMs). As CCMs, we work in the community to provide care that ranges from hospital and senior living visits to hospitality for weddings and funerals. We also offer classes for the community on Grief, Depression, Anxiety, and Divorce Care in order to provide people with a system of support and love through some of life’s greatest challenges. It is a true joy to care for God’s people in this way. Training to become a CCM will happen in a weekend conference here at Edenton Street. The training will be split into nine sessions over three days and will provide you with the tools necessary to take part in this incredible opportunity. We ask that you prayerfully consider serving God and the community in this way. Please contact Diane Amidon by phone or e-mail if you are interested in attending the training or have any questions. The dream to see our group of Congregational Care Ministers is alive and well at Edenton Street and we would love for you to join us!
Schedule: Friday: Session begins at 5:30 PM || Saturday: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM (Lunch is provided) || Sunday: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM