Feb. 24, 2019: Three services
Rev. Danny Massie, interim pastor, will be our preacher during Sunday's three services:
• 8:30 am Sanctuary service
• 10:30 am Rejoice! in Mullin Life Center
• 10:30 am Sanctuary service (with live streaming).
Our Lenten sermon series, "Prayer: Its Problems & Possibilities" begins.
We live stream our 10:30 am Sanctuary service each Sunday.
Church School at 9:30 am
Classes for children & youth:
- Preschoolers (ages 3-4) continue 'Heroes of the Bible' in Mullin Life Center, Room 102.
- Elementary-age children continue their Milestones classes. Details.
- Eighth-grade students continue Confirmation class in Memorial 304.
- Youth classes (grades 6-7; 9-12) meet on the third floor of Memorial.
Adult classes include:
- Prof. Sandie Gravett continues “Nine Things the Book of Exodus Teaches 21st Century Christians” in Redhead Hall. The Agape Class and YMBC meet together.
- Will Ridenour is an outstanding musician and he has traveled and studied extensively in several countries in Africa. He has been particularly attracted to music and instruments in African cultures. He will talk about his music and his travels and he will also play for us in the Commitment Class which meets in Blair Hagan Room behind Memorial Chapel.
- Genie Schwartz leads "What Can We Learn From Moses for Our Lives Today?" in the Homebuilders / Faith Matters classes, Myers Loyalty Room behind the Sanctuary.
- Pastoral resident Rev. Nate Sell and Matt Logan, director of discipleship and young adult ministry, teach "100 Things to Know About Being a Christian" in the Soularium class which meets in Corl 305. The current topic is designed especially for parents of children in Milestone classes.
- Confirmation parents meet in Memorial 300 for "What Does It Mean To Be a Disciple of Jesus?" with youth director Kevin Murray.
- The Seekers class continues its in-depth study of Exodus in Vaughn Conference Room beneath the Sanctuary. Gerard Davidson leads.
- YMBC meets with the Agape Class in Redhead Hall for Prof. Sandie Gravett's series (see above).
The Joy of Giving
Please pledge to support our 2019 ministries.
Sundays coming up
March 3: Called meeting to vote on this year's church officer nominees after 10:30 am worship, Sanctuary.
March 3: Grow, Hike, Pray: Spiritual Practices for Today begins during Church School. Details here.
March 3: Preschool Bible presentation for rising 3-year-olds, 9:30 am, Memorial Chapel, followed by reception in Welcome Center. RSVP by Feb. 27 to Lisa Witherspoon, lwitherspoon(at)fpcgreensboro.org or 336-478-4726.
March 17: Piano concert featuring Stephanie A. Emberley, 2 pm, free. Stephanie is a member of our Chancel Choir.
March 31: Explore FPC class for new members. Details here.
April 7: Info meeting on church finances. From the operating budget to endowment, the Finance Committee will offer two information sessions about FPC’s financial structure and operations this spring. Sundays, April 7 and May 5, in the Garden Room after 10:30 worship services.
The Mission Study Team will hold its final general listening session in the Garden Room after our 10:30 am services. Child care will be available on the ground floor of Mullin Life Center. We also have small group listening sessions. See more details.
UNCG Chamber Singers and Choral Concert begins at 5 pm in the Sanctuary with free admission.
Coats for Backpack Beginnings
Thank you for bringing jackets and pullovers for Swann Middle School students. The school has enough winter clothes, so we're now donating coats, sweatshirts, and pullovers to Backpack Beginnings which helps students (preschool to high school ages) throughout the county. Drop donations off in the Welcome Center.
Thinking about visiting?
We seek to welcome visitors each Sunday. Our Welcome Center, located at 617 N. Elm St. on the northern edge of downtown Greensboro, is a great place to start exploring our church. You can find a church map, directions to meeting rooms and worship spaces, and other helpful information.
A place for families
During our 10:30 am Sanctuary service, the Virginia Gilmer Room offers a live feed from the Sanctuary so nursing mothers or parents with restless children can worship in a more comfortable environment. The space offers comfortable seating, worship bags for children, and a nursing screen. Children in this area must be supervised by a parent or guardian. Additionally, our nusery, on the first floor of Mullin Life Center, is open during worship.
The Parking Assistance Ministry team (PAM) has spaces on both sides of Greene Street reserved for our members and visitors with special needs. PAM volunteers can assist with guiding you to appropriate parking. If you are being driven to church, you may be dropped off at the Greene Street entrance while your driver parks.