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    Beach Bash July 27-30

    For registration and forms click on the Beach Bash tab above.





    Kenya Mission Trip. Contact Lyle For Information




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    Sunday Nights
    5:00-7:00pm | FLC

    Come be part of this exciting time of studying God’s Word, music, small groups, message and snack supper. On specific service dates we will be going out to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and love on people all over Raleigh. Teams of students will visit widows, assisted living facilities, hospitals and do yard work for those in need.

    We are studying the book of Proverbs and we are exploring the topics of wisdom, work ethic, words, wealth, fear, friendships, choices, and purity

    Service Dates: February 15 and March 22






    Wednesday Nights
    Wednesday Night Bible Study
        6:15-7:45pm | E-312

        Does prayer really work?

    Prayer Poster Prayer is a frequent theme in Scripture, but students often struggle with questions about the purpose, practice and power of prayer. Is this invisible God just a magic genie in heaven who gives me what I want? Does God really want to hear from me, and if so, how does He talk back? If God already knows everything, what's the point of praying? Why doesn't God always answer my prayers?

    Over four powerful sessions, students will grow in their prayer life and relationship with God.










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  • Ministry Teams

    We seek to create opportunities for students to get off of the bench and into the game, not just watch others do ministry.




    Life Groups

    Sundays at 9:45 AM | FLC | 6th - 12th Grade.

    We are a good-sized church and if you're not careful you can get lost in the crowd. Sunday School is set up for students to break down into smaller groups (students are grouped by grade and gender) where they can get to know each other and form friendships with other believers their age.




    The Point logo

    Sunday Nights | 5:00-7:00pm | FLC

    Come be part of this exciting time of studying God’s Word, music, small groups, message and snack supper. On specific service dates we will be going out to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and love on people all over Raleigh. Teams of students will visit widows, assisted living facilities, hospitals and do yard work for those in need.

    We are studying the book of Proverbs and are exploring the topics of wisdom, work ethic, words, wealth, fear, friendships, choices, and purity

    Service Dates: February 15 and March 22





    Wednesday Night Bible Study
        6:15-7:45pm | E-312

        Does prayer really work?

    Prayer Poster Prayer is a frequent theme in Scripture, but students often struggle with questions about the purpose, practice and power of prayer. Is this invisible God just a magic genie in heaven who gives me what I want? Does God really want to hear from me, and if so, how does He talk back? If God already knows everything, what's the point of praying? Why doesn't God always answer my prayers?

    Over four powerful sessions, students will grow in their prayer life and relationship with God.

    Kenya Mission Trip. Contact Lyle For Information






    Beach Bash July 27-30

    Forms & Registration

    2014-15 Medical Form must be on file in order to attend.

    click to register
    download medical forms



    Trip FAQ

    Where is the Bay Watch Oceanfront Resort and Conference Center?2701 S Ocean Blvd, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
     
    How much does it cost to attend the Beach Bash?$100 deposit is required to be registered.
      * The early bird rate for students is $225 until February 28.
      * The cost will increase to $275 March 1 and will continue through April 12.
      * Beginning April 13 through June 30 the cost will be $325.
    When is the balance due? By June 30th
     
    Are there refunds? No
     
    Are any forms required? Yes, the Bay Leaf Medical Release form. Click here to download.
     
    What about meals? Breakfast: a breakfast buffet will be provided each morning at the resort.
    Lunch: On July 27 we will have lunch at Broadway at the Beach; students will need extra money for this meal ($10 – $15). Each day thereafter we will serve sandwiches which will consist of bread, meat, condiments, water bottles, chips, etc.
    Dinner: Dinner will be at Medieval Times on July 29. One evening we will have pizza and the other evening is to be determined. No extra money is needed for dinner.
     
    What grades are allowed to attend?Beach Bash is for current 6th through 12th grade students.
     
    What should my student pack for the Beach Bash? Click here to view the packing list.
     
    Are there swimsuit guidelines? Yes.
       * All girls must wear either a one-piece bathing suit or a tankini that is long enough to not show your midriff. Also, the top of the bathing suit must be modest (no cleavage showing).
      * Covering up an inappropriate bathing suit with a t-shirt will not be allowed on this trip.
      * If a bathing suit is inappropriate, the student will not be allowed to wear it.
      * Our goal is to be able to have a wonderful time at the pool and beach without causing our brothers to stumble.
      * If you have questions on whether or not a bathing suit is deemed “appropriate” please contact Tiffany Benson at (919)539-0815 or by email at tbenson@bayleaf.org.
      * Thank you for your cooperation in advance.
     
    Are students allowed to bring cell phones? Yes, however the cell phones will be collected once they arrive at the Bay Watch Oceanfront Resort and Conference Center and will be returned to the students for the ride home.
     
    What is the ratio of the chaperones to students? We will have one chaperone per four students. Chaperones will have a background check conducted to ensure student safety. Every room holds about 10 people and there will be two chaperones per room and 8 students. Every Chaperone will be assigned five students and the students will be required to remain with the chaperone everywhere they go on the trip. This group will also be their “small group” to discuss the message at the end of the night. The goal is for the adults to build relationships with the group and for the students in the group to bond.
     
    How do I volunteer as a chaperone? Contact Lyle LaFountain at llafountain@bayleaf.org
     
    What do I do if there is an emergency while my student is at the Beach Bash? You can contact Lyle LaFountain by calling 813-957-6346 or Tiffany Benson at 919-539-0815.