SUNDAY

THREE SERVICES

Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020

First Light & Sanctuary services

dannyHear Rev. Danny Massie, our interim pastor, preach “Call and Response.” Scripture: Jonah 3:1-10 and Matthew 4:18-22.

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

alexandra mauneyHear Rev. Alexandra Mauney, pastoral resident, preach “We Belong to Christ.” Scripture: Matthew 4:17-23 and 1 Corinthians 1:10-18.

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 with Ten Thousand Villages’ pop-up store.

Church School for all ages at 9:15 am. Children have Milestone classes.

LIVESTREAM

We live stream our 10:30 am Sanctuary service each Sunday here. Livestream app also available –  or 

Bulletin

Jan. 26 Sanctuary service bulletin

 

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

DIRECTIONS & PARKING ›

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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Parables at Vespers

Our new Vespers series beginning Wednesday, Jan. 29, explores the parables of Jesus which create a world of serious playfulness & wise foolishness. Learn more on our blog.

Other Events

Tuesday, Feb. 4: Ale-leluia, a conversation at the intersection of faith and current events, meets 7 pm at Double Oaks, 214 N. Mendenhall St. Everyone (age 21 and older) is welcome!

Sunday, Feb. 23: Mullin Forum welcomes Rev. Dr. Luke Powery of Duke Divinity School for worship; workshop for church leaders will follow on Monday, Feb. 24. Details here.   

 

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North Elm Notes

Making 2020 one beautiful day after another

How do we call beautiful days into being in our own neighborhoods in 2020 and beyond? Fred Rogers might suggest what worked in his own life: praying every morning, asking others to pray for us, being a good Samaritan, and showing our faith by our actions.

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!