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Pick up your bags on Sunday November 4th. Fill your bag with items from the list provided. Place you bags near the bumper of your car on November 18th. We will use this food to feed those in need in our community.

Food items needed:

  • Canned Vegetables
  • Canned Fruit
  • Canned Meat
  • Mac and Cheese
  • Dried beans
  • Rice A Roni
  • Vienna Sausages
  • Beanie Weenies
  • Rice
  • Canned Soup
  • Top Ramon
  • Personal Care Items
  • Beans
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Spaghetti Noodles
  • Hamburger Helper
  • Spaghetti O’s, Ravioli, etc.
  • Pop Tarts
  • Pancake Mix
  • Syrup
  • Cereal
  • Pudding
  • Canned Tuna
  • Canned Chicken

If you have any questions please contact guestservices@yourepicenter.com

Fayetteville, N.C.’s Epicenter Church Dream Center

Fayetteville, NC (I-Newswire) March 30, 2012 – Epicenter Church of Fayetteville, N.C. is excited to announce the launch of a local resource center modeled after the Dream Center founded by Pastor Tommy Barnett in Los Angeles, CA.

“We are exploring the idea of developing a resource center that would serve as something similar to the dream centers in LA and NY. Epicenter Church is driven to impact the community by volunteering thousands of hours towards community projects. It will be a community resource center that offers hope and assistance for the overwhelming needs in our community. The Dream Center will be a transitional type facility for the less fortunate who are looking to recover and transition back into society,” said Pastor Mark Knight, lead pastor of Epicenter Church in Fayetteville, NC.

According to their website, the L.A. Dream Center services include residential rehabilitation programs, a shelter for victims of human trafficking, a transitional shelter for homeless families, mobile hunger relief and medical programs, and a foster care intervention outreach which works closely with Los Angeles County’s Department of Children and Family Services. Programs such as adult basic education, job skills training, and life skills counseling are also provided. Founded in 1994, The Dream Center has led to the launch of over 100 independent Dream Centers nationally and internationally.

In addition to a similar program roster Knight says he wants to emphasize wellness & nutritional programs, vocational rehabilitation, pregnancy crisis, anger management classes and drug related rehabilitation focusing on teens as well as adults at this resource center.

“We’re really excited to implement the vision of this program here in Cumberland County. It’s been a dream of mine for the past 5 years and it’s something that I believe will greatly benefit not only our local residents but our active military and veteran community as well,” Knight continued.

Pastor Tommy Barnett, co-pastor of the L.A. Dream Center, said, “I would fully embrace Epicenter Church’s desire to establish a Dream Center in Fayetteville.” Through a burgeoning relationship between Pastor Barnett, Epicenter Church, and the Fayetteville Dream Center focus group, Pastor Barnett explained, “I am excited about the idea of a resource center serving the Fayetteville community. I will fully endorse it and be willing to lend the support and resources of the Dream Center Team.”

Epicenter is currently reviewing location options for the Dream Center and is continuing to explore program offerings specifically beneficial to the area and its needs. Last year Cumberland County’s unemployment peaked at over 10 percent, with a year ending rate above the national average. The 2010 U.S. Census Bureau estimated over 17 percent of all people in the county as having below poverty level income and over 1600 homeless within the area.

“There’s definitely a need and we’re really excited to tell the community about it. Our congregation is on board with the idea and we are ready to make this happen!” Knight said.

Fayetteville, N.C.’s Epicenter Church Dream Center

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Epicenter Church of Fayetteville, N.C. is excited to announce the launch of a local resource center modeled after the Dream Center founded by Pastor Tommy Barnett in Los Angeles, CA.

“We are exploring the idea of developing a resource center that would serve as something similar to the dream centers in LA and NY. Epicenter Church is driven to impact the community by volunteering thousands of hours towards community projects. It will be community resource center that offers hope and assistance for the overwhelming needs in our community. The Dream Center will be a transitional type facility for the less fortunate who are looking to recover and transition back into society,” said Pastor Mark Knight.

According to their website, the L.A. Dream Center services include residential rehabilitation programs, a shelter for victims of human trafficking, a transitional shelter for homeless families, mobile hunger relief and medical programs, and a foster care intervention outreach which works closely with Los Angeles County’s Department of Children and Family Services.  Programs such as adult basic education, job skills training, and life skills counseling are also provided.  Founded in 1994, The Dream Center has led to the launch of over 100 independent Dream Centers nationally and internationally.

In addition to a similar program roster Knight says he wants to emphasize wellness & nutritional programs, vocational rehabilitation, pregnancy crisis, anger management classes and drug related rehabilitation focusing on teens as well as adults at this resource center.

“We’re really excited to implement the vision of this program here in Cumberland County. It’s been a dream of mine for the past 5 years and it’s something that I believe will greatly benefit not only our local residents but our active military and veteran community as well,” Knight continued.

 

Pastor Tommy Barnett, co-pastor of the L.A. Dream Center, said, “I would fully embrace Epicenter Church’s desire to establish a Dream Center in Fayetteville.” Through a burgeoning relationship between Pastor Barnett, Epicenter Church, and the Fayetteville Dream Center focus group, Pastor Barnett explained, “I am excited about the idea of a resource center serving the Fayetteville community.  I will fully endorse it and be willing to lend the support and resources of the Dream Center Team.”

Epicenter is currently reviewing location options for the Dream Center and is continuing to explore program offerings specifically beneficial to the area and its needs.

Last year Cumberland County’s unemployment peaked at over 10 percent, with a year ending rate above the national average.  The 2010 U.S. Census Bureau estimated over 17 percent of all people in the county as having below poverty level income and over 1600 homeless within the area.

“There’s definitely a need and we’re really excited to tell the community about it. Our congregation is on board with the idea and we are ready to make this happen!”  Knight said.

For more information on the Dream Center, visit www.fayettevilledreamcenter.com.

Operation: Compassion in Fayetteville, NC – URGENT

We at Epicenter Church in Fayetteville, NC plan to feed families for Thanksgiving and we need your help, Please respond asap!

For Operation Compassion the menus is: canned sweet potatoes, canned green beans, canned corn, stuffing/dressing-stove top, rolls, desserts, turkey, dessert (pre-made, packaged or you can make something and bring them Tuesday morning), cranberry sauce, lipton tea mix, and lemonade mix.

Right now we are still in need of every item!!!

Please bring these items this SUNDAY to the Welcome Center.

We need the items BY SUNDAY to plan accordingly. Please comment on our Facebook with the items you are bringing.

If you would like to volunteer that day please let us know the SPECIFIC TIME you can work!!!!

If you need or want to come by sooner, please contact us by email or through our Facebook page.

Thank You So Much from Epicenter Church in Fayetteville, NC!

Epicenter Church in Fayetteville September 13rd Update

Join us tonight at Epicenter Church Fayetteville, NC at 7PM as Bible Study continues. The women are starting their new study Lioness Arising by Lisa Bevere.

The men will be meeting upstairs and the women will be meeting in the C3 cafe. Having the book is not required! Childcare is provided. Don’t forget to come a few minutes early and check out the sales going on in the bookstore! All jewelry is buy get one (of equal or lesser value)v 50% off. New Thru 30 and gray Epicenter t-shirts are now only $5!!!

Also make sure you read Pastor Mark Knight’s latest blog about multiplication and spiritual principles – Zero Times Anything = Zero

Epicenter – Your Church in Fayetteville September 7th Update

Join us for another great service tonight at Epicenter! We have something for the whole family. Epic Student Ministries will begin their new series tonight, Regrets. If you have a student, you do not want them to miss this! Service starts at 7:00 p.m., hope to see some new faces!!!

Welcome to this weeks Epicenter Church in Fayetteville update!

We need some volunteers this week for Adopt-A-School! We would like some help this Friday from 7:30 am to 8:30 am at Owen Elementary for Grandparents day. Please contact Kim Knight at kim@yourepicenter.com if you are interested.

Bible study resumes next Tuesday the 13th. Hope to see some new faces there!

Did you read Pastor Mark’s blog post on First Impressions, Read our pastors blog here.

Don’t forget to join us for the beginning of our Spirtual Warfare series titled UFC beginning this Sunday.

Remember to get interactive, Check in when you get here. Tweet or post your favorite parts of the sermon during church, Then get on facebook and join in the discussion afterwards!

Pastor Mark Knight blog update

Have you been reading Pastor Mark’s Blog at http://www.iammarkknight.com ?

If you need that extra burst during the work, take some time out and get a fresh perspective from the best pastor in Fayetteville,NC!

Recent entries cover spiritual growth and personal development.

As members of Epicenter Church in Fayetteville, NC, it’s important we take time to support and understand Pastor Mark and his vision for the church. You can get a better understanding of that through his blog.

Other Notes: This Sunday we will have a special guest speaker. Also on Monday September 5th, our offices will be closed for Labor Day. Take the day and enjoy it with your loved ones.

(Matthew 11:28-30) “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. {29} “Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. {30} “For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.”

What’s Happening from August 30th – Sept 6th

Blessings to all on this lovely Tuesday from Epicenter Church in Fayetteville, NC!

Tuesday nights were made for Bible Study at Epicenter Church. If you haven’t been, come join our E*men or E*women for insight and lively discussion in the “Good Book”. Childcare is provided.

The 3rd part of the Transformed series took place at Epicenter Church in Fayetteville, NC. While we believe Pastor Mark has continued to clearly teach how important it is to transform lives, you may have additional questions or insights on the topic, share them on our Transformed: Part 3 discussion board on Facebook

Special prayers go out to all of our children and young adults who are back in school. May the Lord continue to provide you with safety, wisdom and a willingness to learn.

August 31st will be our Mpact Honor Award Service. Let’s congratulate these young ladies as they continue on their paths to being spiritual leaders.

Sunday September 4th, starts our series titled “UFC” and will be about Spiritual Warfare.

Also of note Monday September 5th is Labor Day and our offices will be closed. You can always post on our Facebook as it is open 24 hours a day!

Epicenter Church Wrapup August 18th – 23rd

Did you enjoy the second part of the Transformed series this past Sunday? Do you have questions or want to delve deeper? The Transformed part 2 discussion board is now available on our Facebook page, Join us on Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?topic=360&uid=159551407422883 )

Don’t forget about Bible Study tonight at 7 p.m. The men are meeting upstairs and the women are meeting in the C3 cafe. Childcare is provided. Remember don’t bring a friend, bring 2! Hope to see some new faces tonight!!

Did you see Pastor Mark Knight’st post on procrastination, read it on his blog!

Finally, we are very blessed to have had a baby dedication this past Sunday. Some say it takes a village to raise a child, more importantly it takes the love and wisdom of our Lord and Savior.

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