Special dates in June


Results of congregational meeting on property: During a meeting on Zoom Sunday evening, June 13, the congregation approved the sale of our Greene Street property, with 94% voting in favor. Many thanks for a great turnout for the meeting, and for all your important questions and concerns! Builder Dwight Stone offered $850,000 for the property, and plans to build 9 townhomes. The next step is to sign a contract that needs to be approved by the Session. The zoning and approval process will most likely take from 4 to 6 months. Please contact Neil (ndunnavant@fpcgreensboro.org) or Property Chairman Robert McIver (rmciver@greensborolaw.com) with your questions or concerns.


Sunday, June 27: Playground Picnic for families; info under children, below.


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See these suggestions from our staff.




  • A new ministry — Thank God on Friday. A one-minute video devotional with Rev. Jill Duffield guides us into the presence of God as we look toward the weekend. Posted to our social media; playlist here.
  • Our denim collection was a huge success — 97 items, weighing approximately 78 pounds. In addition, David Ballenger of Kontoor donated 75 pounds of denim leftover from blue jean production. It will be made into cotton insulation used in Habitat houses across the country. Special thanks to Madewell at Friendly Center who graciously accepted all this product and will handle the transfer to Cotton, Inc.



  • Worship: Summer schedule, one service at 10 am in the Sanctuary (masks required) and livestreamed (box on our home page). Coming in July & August: Jill Duffield’s sermon series on Summer Blessings, Creation Care Sunday on July 11.
  • Adult Church School:
    • Sandie Gravett’s summer video series is “What 2020 Taught Us About Being a 21st Century Church.” Explore the ways the challenges of 2020 force us to rethink what the church can and should be. We will consider the COVID pandemic, unrest in our streets, the ways in which we care for our aging populations, our interconnectedness as a community and as planet, the idea of truth, and more. Playlist here.
    • Seekers class meets at 8:45 am in Main 125, continuing a study of the Epistle of James. Contact Gerard Davidson.
    • Commitment Class will meet the last Sunday of each month at 9 am in the Blair Hagan Room.


  • Mondays
    • Lectio Divina: Rev. David Partington leads this practice of immersing yourself in scripture, on Zoom at 11 am. Contact David for link and info.
    • Gift in the Evening. Women’s group studying Love Is the Way by Bishop Michael Curry. 7 pm on Zoom. Contact Aimee Scotton
  • Tuesdays
    • Study of Hebrews through Jude, 5:30-6:30 pm. In-person in Main 125 and via Zoom if desired. Contacts: Walt Howell and Doug Key. Participant book here. Continues through September 7.
  • Wednesdays
    • Men’s Lectionary Bible study, 7:30-8:30 am on Zoom. Contact Jack Harrington.
    • Wonderings, young adult Bible study, on the Sanctuary steps at 7:30 pm. Current study is on the Gospel Parallels. Info: Matt Logan
  • Thursdays


  • Hunger Action
    • Food Drive-By: Drop off canned food for Urban Ministry and diapers and wipes for Faith Action, 10 am to 2 pm on Elm Street in front of Redhead Hall. Be a greeter: Sign up for a 2-hour shift under the tent!
    • Meals on Wheels: Volunteers & substitutes needed to deliver meals to homebound seniors on the third Wednesdays of each month and on fifth Mondays during the year. Contact Linda Allen, lkwallen70@gmail.com or 336-549-3367.
    • Our annual campaign for hunger ministries will be held in July, as we raise funds for a Meals of Hope packing event in September!
  • Earth Care
    • Recycle your glass: Drop off in bins on the upper level of the parking deck behind the Shetler Building, enter off Fisher Avenue.
    • Recycle Styrofoam: Clean, No. 6 Styrofoam goes to bins on lower level of the deck.​Or, go the extra mile-and-a-half — take styrofoam directly to Tiny House at 1310 West Gate City Blvd., only 1.5 miles from the church​.



Current coronavirus guidelines from our task force.


Special event

  • June 27: Playground Picnic for families, 6-8 pm on the Paisley Playground. Pizza & Ice cream — please sign up now so we’ll know how much to order!


  • Family outreach experiences: Host the Food Drive-by tent on a Wednesday. Sign up for a 2-hour shift here.
  • Every other week in your family email, a featured family faith practice.
    • June 9, Prayer Walk. From the Digital Library for younger children: Creation
    • June 23, Faith 5/Daily Examen. From the Digital Library for younger children: Noah



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