23
Apr

Grief Recovery Support Group

Room: S-105

Provides understanding, practical help, fellowship, and spiritual and emotional support to those who are mourning.

April 23
12:15pm
S-105

23
Apr

Congregational Meeting

Room: Community Center

Election of New Elders and Deacons

Join us on Sun, Apr 23, at 12:15pm in the Community Center for a Congregational Meeting to meet and elect our new Deacons, Elders and 2017/18 Nominating Committee and vote on Housing Allowances.  Enjoy donuts, fellowship, and updates from Scott Dudley.

23
Apr

Singles Growing Together

Room: S-140

Come for coffee and fellowship at 10:45am; class starts at 11am.

Optional off-site lunch after each class.

We are currently studying the good news message of Mark. Who is this Jesus guy? Where is this kingdom he keeps going on about? Why is he making some people so happy and others so angry? We will journey along with Mark’s audience as we try to answer these questions for ourselves.

Room: UC-105

Sunday, April 23, 10:15 am to 11:30 am  UC-105

Join us for light breakfast and an opportunity to hear a BelPres supported missionaries Mike and Brigit Adams share about their work at all over the world with First Response Radio and Far East Broadcasting Company.  They will share the challenges they face during catastrophes to transmit information and their work training the local people.   All are welcome to attend.

24
Apr

Fitness Class-Muscle Sculpt

Room: Community Center

Our Monday Morning fitness class is back!

Join our new instructor Catherine Caputo as she will help you get stronger and in shape!

Monday, April 24

Community Center, 9:30am

Suggested donation $6.

Room: Sanctuary

Tue, Apr 25, 7pm

Join Scott Dudley for an evening with bestselling author and historian Ron White. White will present a lecture on Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, both for its brilliance as an inaugural speech and for its insight into Lincoln’s vision for reuniting the country following the Civil War. White is a former Whitworth professor and the author of A. Lincoln: A Biography, a New York Times, Washington Post and Los Angeles Times bestseller.

Questions? Contact Michelle at Whitworth or Nancy at BelPres.

26
Apr

Fitness Class-Sabbath Yoga

Room: UC-209/210

Take time mid-week to slow down and refocus. This class is great for the person new to yoga or a person who wants a low impact yoga class.  Classes are  on Wednesdays at 5:30pm.

Wednesday-5:30pm

UC-209/210

April26

Suggested donation $6.

26
Apr

SOAR 3-4: Superman

Price: $5
Room: Community Center

Where: Community Center
When: April 26
Time: 6-7:30pm
Cost: $5 includes dinner

Superman: Do the small stuff

Superman saved the world. He also saved a cat stuck in a tree. Little things matter, and God wants us to have hearts that are always willing to lend a hand.

SOAR for grades 3 & 4:

Once a month 3rd and 4th graders meet to develop and grow friendships, play, and learn the ways Jesus calls us to live. Sometimes superheroes do great things. Other times it’s the little things that make them super. Big and small things add up to a life that honors God and allows us to do some super things for others. Kids will discover that small acts with and for Jesus can lead to big impacts in our lives and the world.

 

27
Apr

Worship Through Dance

Room: UC-105

Join Sophie Eilers as she leads the group in learning how to express your worship of God through dance movements.

Thursday, April 27

5:30-6:30pm

UC-105

27
Apr
Room: UC-106

Thursday, April 27

UC-106

6:30-7:30pm

If you have been through physical or emotional trauma and you are adverse to touch, this class is for you.  Most often in yoga the instructor will help you gain confidence in a new pose by helping you readjust your body for the proper pose.  In this class the instructor will not touch the participants in helping them make the correction.

$6 suggested donation.

27
Apr

Cares for and empowers women to face ovarian cancer with faith, hope, and love. Contact Ellie Brasher for more information, 425-820-1849.

April 27
12pm
Offsite

29
Apr

High School Bowling

Price: $20
Room: Tech City Bowl

High School Bowling
Sat, April 29, 7-9pm
$20/student

Meet at TechCity Bowl (13033 NE 70th Pl, Kirkland, WA 98033) at 7pm for an evening of bowling! Drop off and pick up at Tech City.

Please register to reserve your spot.

29
Apr

Belong 101-New Member Class

Room: UC-425

At BelPres, we believe it’s no accident you’re here. Whether you’re transferring from another church, have been attending BelPres for decades or just a few weeks, or are brand new to faith, we believe membership is a chance to formally say “yes” to what God is up to through this particular church at this particular point in history.

Belong 101

Saturday, April 29

9am-2:30pm

UC-425

Registration is open.

29
Apr

Middle MAX Bowling

Price: $20
Room: Tech City Bowl

Middle MAX Bowling
Sat, April 29, 7-9pm
$20/student

Meet at TechCity Bowl (13033 NE 70th Pl, Kirkland, WA 98033) at 7pm for an evening of bowling! Drop off and pick up at Tech City.

Please register to reserve your spot.

30
Apr
Room: Sanctuary

Brass Band Northwest continues their season-long exploration of contemporary composer Edward Gregson’s works with the performance of his symphonic study, The Plantagenets. This piece, which portrays the mood and feelings of the age of the royal House of Plantagenet — rulers of England from the mid-12th to the late-15th centuries — is typical of the virtuosity of modern brass band writing.

Also featured are early 20th century English composer Gustav Holst (First Suite in Eb for Military Band), and contemporary English composer Philip Sparke, with five movements from Hymn of the Highlands.

 

Donations accepted and encouraged. Suggested donations are:
$10 Adult
$5 Student/Senior (65+)
$25 Family
$50 Senior groups of 10 or more

Room: UC-105/6

Sacrament Class: Students in grades 3-5, accompanied by at least one parent will explore the sacraments of baptism and communion and may participate in first communion on Sunday May 7, and also may schedule baptism if not previously baptized as an infant.

At least one parent in attendance is required for this class as understanding and participating in the sacraments is a family experience.

Please register and let us know you’re coming to one of our upcoming dates

Sunday, April 30, 12:30-2:30pm, UC-105/6

-or-

Friday, May 5, 6:30-8:30pm, UC-105/6

Room: S-105

Sunday, April 30 12:15 pm S-105

Looking for a meaningful experience this summer? Join us at the informational meetings for Baja impact teams.  Baja, Mexico is a wonderful short trip for families, youth and young adults.
Hear about the ministries we serve alongside, previous trips, and other facts to help you explore these opportunities.  Come to the meeting on April 30 following the 11:00 am service.
30
Apr

Sunday Brunch & Burgers

 

Join us Sunday, April 30th after all services for brunch, lunch or dinner at Tavern Hall (505 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004). Free parking is available in the garage next to the restaurant. We’ll have BelPres reserved seating for 70 people. Kids and families are encouraged to come – lots of options for kids and adults!  Cash & credit cards accepted.

No need to RSVP, just come as you are. Hope to see you there!

30
Apr

Singles Growing Together

Room: S-140

Come for coffee and fellowship at 10:45am; class starts at 11am.

Optional off-site lunch after each class.

We are currently studying the good news message of Mark. Who is this Jesus guy? Where is this kingdom he keeps going on about? Why is he making some people so happy and others so angry? We will journey along with Mark’s audience as we try to answer these questions for ourselves.