SUNDAY

April 11: Second Sunday of Easter

Rev. Keith Dove preaching, with music from the Rejoice! Ensemble. Scriptures: 1 John 1:1-2:2 and John 20:19-31.

 

Also Sunday

Church School

    • Sandie Gravett continues a new video series, From Bondage to Covenant: Exodus and Becoming A Resurrection People. This series explores what the early Church’s model for Eastertide can teach us about the 50 days of Easter and becoming a Resurrection people.
    • Commitment Class meets at 10 am on Zoom; for link contact Mary Eagle.
    • Homebuilders & Faith Matters discuss “Weekly Faith Questions” on Zoom at 10 am. Contact Doug Key.
    • Seekers class meets on Zoom, with a study of the Epistle of James. Contact Gerard Davidson.
    • A short series on the Parables begins for families with elementary students, on Zoom at 9:30 am. Links & supplies are in the weekly family email. Contact Lisa Witherspoon

 

Prayer requests

How can we pray for you? Prayer request form.

 

Spiritual formation this week

Videos, small groups, activities, and more on our Digital Formation page.

 

 

North Elm Notes

Young women, including ours, at the UN gathering

Our member Victoria Alexander says, “Getting to meet all of these incredible women makes me completely resolved to work just as hard as they do to make my voice heard, to take action to make this world better for the girls and young women who will...

Becoming an Earth Care Congregation

  In scripture, the first call of humanity is to be stewards of God’s creation. Even today, the call to care for the earth and all that lives on it is an important part of our Christian witness. Over the past year, we have ramped up and...

Even superheroes’ capes need adjustments

I have a lifelong friend I admire greatly. She is a few years older than me, and I always look to her as a role model, a confidant, and a friend. She is a very accomplished woman. She has a PhD in her field and works in a senior-level position in...

An Extra Note…

OUR FAITH COMMUNITY has been serving God with joy since 1824. (The Greensboro Historical Museum was our church in the late 19th century.) We celebrate that history, but we are more excited about our future! We believe we are called to share Christ’s message of love and grace in the things we do and say. We are not perfect, but like Presbyterians everywhere, we are reformed and always reforming. We think you can find a spiritual home here. Come and see!