Nov. 29: 'It's a Wonderful Life'
Rev. Dolly Jacobs begins our Advent sermon series, "It's a Wonderful Life," during all three services Sunday:
- 8:30 am Sanctuary service
- 10:45 am Rejoice! service (Mullin Life Center)
- 10:45 am Sanctuary service with live streaming
Sermon: It's A Wonderful Life, part 1: A Righteous branch
Bulletin: Check back Friday for Sunday's bulletin
Thinking about visiting? Here's some information.
A Little Advent Music
Red Clay Saxophone Quartet opens our A Little Advent Music series Sunday at 5 pm in the Sanctuary. The music series continues each week throughout Advent.
We offer a live stream of our 10:45 am Sanctuary service each Sunday.
Children and youth
Children's and youth Church School classes return at 9:30 am:
- Youth will not meet for Church School Sunday
- Grades K-5 meet in their classrooms (third floor of Corl) then go together to the Garden Room for Advent-themed activities with the Agape Church School class.
- Preschoolers meet on the first floor of the Life Center.
Please note that our nursery is now located in the Life Center, first floor.
Adult Church School
- Revisit Frank Capra's classic film, "It's a Wonderful Life" with Wendy Duncan and Rev. Dolly Jacobs in Memorial 303.
- Agape Class in Smith 124, the Garden Room: Intergenerational Advent activities related to the Moravian Lovefeast tradition
- Commitment Class in Memorial 100: Eracism--the Believer's Calling, an in-depth study of racism in our society
- Faith Matters in Cannon's Solarium: Discussion of Mr. Green by Robert Olen Butler, part of our "Listening for God: Short Stories" series.
- Homebuilders in Memorial 200: Will not meet Sunday.
- Seekers in Main 125, located beneath the Sanctuary: This week we continue our study of Revelation.
- YMBC in Redhead Hall
Contact Wendy Duncan for more info about adult classes.
A place for families
During worship, the Virginia Gilmer Room offers a live feed from the Sanctuary so that nursing mothers or parents with restless children can worship in a more comfortable environment. The space offers comfortable seating, worship bags for children and a nursing screen. Children in this area must be supervised by a parent or guardian. For the Rejoice! service, a similar area for families is available in the rear of the Life Center.
& Honor gifts
Remember and honor someone you love or appreciate this Christmas season by making a gift in his or her memory or honor to Hot Dish & Hope or to buy a Poinsettia that will decorate our Sanctuary Chancel Dec. 20-27. This year you can make Memorial & Honor gifts online at this link.
The Power of Giving
This fall we are committing our giving pledges that will power next year's ministries. Pledge cards are available in Welcome Pads, and you can also pledge online at fpcgreensboro.org/giving.
The Parking Assistance Ministry team (PAM) has spaces on both sides of Greene street reserved for our members and visitors with special needs. PAM volunteers can assist with guiding you to appropriate parking. If you are being driven to church, you may be dropped off at the Greene Street entrance while your driver parks.
Nov. 26: It's not a Sunday, but each Thanksgiving we express our gratitude to God through a 10 am worship service in the Sanctuary. Sid Batts will be our preacher. Please bring canned goods to donate to the community. A special offering will benefit Hot Dish & Hope.
Dec. 6: A Little Advent Music series continues with the Greensboro Youth Chorus in concert, 5 pm, Sanctuary
Dec. 13: A Little Advent Music series continues with our church staff members in concert, 5 pm, Sanctuary
Dec. 20: Our annual Festival of Lessons and Carols makes its return to the Sanctuary, 5 pm!
Dec. 27: Seminary Student Sunday
Jan. 10: Communion Sunday
Jan. 24: Habitat for Humanity Sunday
- Jan. 10, 2016
- April 3, 2016
- July 10, 2016