06
May

Brunch & Burgers

Join us Sunday May 6th 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 120 people. Kids and families are encouraged to come – lots of options for kids and adults!  Cash & credit cards accepted.

We will have free coffee and hot chocolate for everyone. No need to RSVP, hope you can join us!

07
May

READING THE BIBLE

Room: S-150

READING THE BIBLE: Custodial Freedom: Apostolic Letters from Roman Imprisonment

Monday, May 7, 7-9pm, S-150

Live as Children of Light

To listen to Audio

Room: S-105

Provides spiritual and emotional support to help caregivers remain strong as they love a family member with memory loss. Led by Barb Levinski, BSN.

May 9
1:30pm
S-105

Room: Lobby

Sunday, May 13, All Services, Playpens in Lobby and Connector

To help meet the need and raise awareness Baby Basics Bellevue is having their annual Mother’s Day Diaper Drive. The gift of diapers is an ideal way to honor mothers and to show support for low-income working moms (and dads!) on the Eastside.

Your gift of diapers this May will not only help cover a little bottom but will make a huge difference to a mom and her family. Diapers in sizes 4, 5, and 6 are especially needed.

Please click here to learn more about Baby Basics Bellevue.

Room: UC-105

Sunday, May 13

10:40am, UC-106 Worship Service- Word of God, Dance and Pray

12:15pm, UC-105 African Lunch  and Potluck

ALL are invited and welcome to join New Hope Revival in honoring the Value of Women this Mother’s Day.  Please come celebrate through worship, Word of God, and fellowship at a celebration luncheon!

Come to this Celebration of Women to enjoy the amazing flavors of African food that the men of New Hope will prepare with love. You are welcome to bring your favorite dessert or fruit from your culture to share.

Bring your mom or any another woman you would like to honor at this special event!

 

13
May

Worship Through Music: Modern Worship

Room: Modern Worship Center

Worship Through Music is a cherished tradition at BelPres and an ideal outreach to our community because music speaks the language of the heart.

The same sermon will be preached on May 6 in the Modern worship hours and on May 13 in the Sanctuary worship hours.

19
May
Room: Community Center

What filters your view on race and diversity? Join us at the Frames & Filters workshop on Sat, May 19 from 10am to 2pm in the Community Center.

Our time together will be an active engagement exploring diversity and reconciliation through recent research on the formation of personal and societal lenses. Through a guided-process leaders will explore the “frames and filters” we use to understand multiethnic engagement, deepen cross-cultural literacy, and assists in realizing areas of growth individually and corporately. Working from a systems perspective leaders will realize effective principles and practices constructive in leading and growing a diverse community.

Facilitator: Tali Hairston, Director, John M. Perkins Center for Reconciliation, Leadership Training, and Community Development at Seattle Pacific University.

Baby-Preschool Childcare: Available by advance reservation for children ages 3 months through 5 years.  Please provide a brown-bag lunch for your child.

Elementary Age Childcare: A program complementing the Frames and Filters workshop is available by advance reservation for children in Kindergarten through 5th grade.  Pizza lunch will be provided for children in the elementary program.  If your child needs a different option, please feel free to send a brown-bag lunch.

To reserve a spot for your child, please email childcarereservations@belpres.org.  Include the child’s full name, birthdate, and a parent cell phone number in your request.

Registration for the workshop is free. Box lunches are available for purchase when you register.

Register HERE.

20
May
Room: S-105

Cares for and empowers women to face breast cancer with faith, hope, and love.

May 20
10am
S-105

20
May

R.E.S.T. Outreach Talk

Room: S-140

Sunday, May 20, 12:15pm, S-140

R.E.S.T. Real Escape from the Sex Trade was founded in November 2009 by a small team of women with experience dealing with troubled youth and sexual abuse issues, and other members of the team with backgrounds in wraparound services and case management to develop relationships with people being commercially sexually exploited (trafficked), or otherwise engaged in the sex trade or are at risk to enter.

21
May

READING THE BIBLE

Room: S-150

READING THE BIBLE: Custodial Freedom: Apostolic Letters from Roman Imprisonment

Monday, May 14, 7-9pm, S-150

Understanding God’s Will

To listen to Audio

21
May

READING THE BIBLE

Room: S-150

READING THE BIBLE: Custodial Freedom: Apostolic Letters from Roman Imprisonment

Monday, May 21, 7-9pm, S-150

The Supremacy of Christ

To listen to Audio

24
May

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

May 24
12pm
Offsite

02
Jun
Price: $325
Room: UC-425

Sat, Jun 2, 9am-3:30pm, UC-425

Cost is $325, includes lunch and materials.

Registration is required. Register HERE.

 

Another event in 2018 will be held  Sep 15.

04
Jun

READING THE BIBLE

Room: S-150

READING THE BIBLE: Custodial Freedom: Apostolic Letters from Roman Imprisonment

Monday, June 4, 7-9pm, S-150

Pattern for Holy Life

To listen to Audio

10
Jun

Brunch & Burgers

Join us Sunday June 10th 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 120 people. Kids and families are encouraged to come – lots of options for kids and adults!  Cash & credit cards accepted.

We will have free coffee and hot chocolate for everyone. No need to RSVP, hope you can join us!

09
Jul

Vacation Bible Adventure 2018

Price: $30

Sign up for Vacation Bible Adventure 2018!

July 9-13 | Daily from 1:30-4:30pm

Cost: $30/child | Scholarships available

Children entering grades 1-6 in the 2018-19 school year
*Infants, toddlers, and preschoolers may attend if their parents are volunteering on site

Grab your megaphones, lace up your cleats, and tune up your horn. It’s time to gear up for the big game! It’s go time! Whether you’re the type to root from the stands, march in the band, cheer on the field, or hustle to the line, the time is now—it’s Game On!

Kids are under so much pressure—to perform well, to be the best, to balance schedules that are full to the brim, to excel in every arena. From that vantage point, life’s big game can seem like no fun. But when we step back, we realize that the goal is not competing in our own strength. God has already given us everything we need! He’s given us His complete Word as the ultimate playbook. He’s given us Himself, which gives us a reason to celebrate. He wants us to join His team, to train hard, to celebrate our salvation, to encourage one another, and spur each other on. So what are you waiting for? This is Vacation Bible Adventure 2018. It’s Game On!

Questions?  Laura Quaratiello, Mindy Lincicome, or Heather Carlson

We need over 100 volunteers to make VBA happen. Sign up to volunteer at the link below.

Sign up your child entering grades 1-6 in the 2018-19 school year

Sign up your child 3 months-entering kindergarten & sign up to volunteer

The Game Plan

Motto

Gear up!
Get ready!
Game On!

What we’ll learn about:

Day 1: Jesus Cares About Me (The Lost Sheep)
Day 2: Jesus Gives Me Hope (The Resurrection of Lazarus)
Day 3: Jesus Helps Me Believe (Thomas Believed)
Day 4: Jesus Loves Me (John Wrote About Jesus)
Day 5: Jesus Gives Me Joy (Paul and Silas in Prison)