THIS SUNDAY, Dec. 15

Third Sunday of Advent

First Light & Sanctuary services

dollyHear Rev. Dolly Jacobs, associate pastor, preach “What Do You Hear and See?” Scripture: Isaiah 35:1-10 and Matthew 11:2-11.

First Light with Communion begins at 8:30 am in Memorial Chapel on North Elm Street. Our Sanctuary service with live streaming begins at 10:30 am.

Rejoice! service

dannyHear Rev. Danny Massie, interim pastor, preach “John Merrick Among Us.” Scripture: Isaiah 35:1-10 and John 9:1-38.

Rejoice! begins at 10:30 am in Mullin Life Center near the corner of Greene Street and Fisher Avenue.

ALSO

Fellowship time with coffee and snacks from 8:45 to 10:30 am in Cannon’s Solarium.

Church School for all ages at 9:15 am.

LIVESTREAM

Watch this week’s 10:30 am Sanctuary Service or previous services anytime. Livestream app also available –  or 

Bulletin

Dec. 8, 2019 bulletin  |  Next bulletin posts Friday.

WHERE WE ARE

Our campus fills a block in downtown Greensboro, next to historic Fisher Park. Our GPS address is:
617 North Elm Street
Greensboro, NC 27401

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FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN

Worship is a teachable moment. We will help your family get the most from this experience (and we have a nursery for the littlest ones).

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Lessons & Carols

Experience the Christmas story through Scripture & song Sunday beginning at 5 pm (with prelude at 4:30 pm).

Also This Week

Wednesday: Fellowship dinner features fried chicken and all the trimmings at 5 pm in Mullin Life Center. Details.

Sunday: Children meet to decorate a gingerbread church and activity stations, 9:15 am, third floor of Corl Building.

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North Elm Notes

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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!