Livestream worship continues this Sunday. Rev. Alexandra Mauney preaches “What are you doing here, Elijah?” Scripture readings will be Matthew 14:22-33 and 1 Kings 19:9-18. Music from the Rejoice! Ensemble.
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Spiritual formation online
Spiritual formation at FPC continues with videos, small groups, activities, and more. See this week’s options on our Digital Formation page.
Please share your thoughts with our COVID-19 Task Force, ministry committees, and staff using this survey. Session has affirmed the task force’s recommendation to work toward a return to in-person worship (with appropriate safety measures) in October. We will continue to monitor the pandemic in hopes of an earlier return.Read more.
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North Elm Notes
When I lived in Atlanta during seminary, my congressperson was recently deceased civil rights hero John Lewis. The story of Lewis’s life is a story of courage and fortitude in the face of ongoing systemic oppression. If you don’t know much about...
Well, it’s Tuesday evening as I write this, and Ann Alexander has reminded me that tomorrow is the deadline for a pastoral message from me to be submitted for next week’s e-news. Of course, I would love to write something helpful, something...
During this pandemic, I believe God celebrates our creativity in how we are worshipping, studying, and caring for one another. We continue to move forward as the body of Christ despite the obstacles in front of us. We lean into our faith in Jesus...
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!