As part of the We Choose Welcome initiative, the Adult Education Committee will offer three discussions about how UPC will join the PC (USA) movement. During its February meeting, the Session engaged in a thoughtful discussion about how we at UPC can reach out with hospitality to the refugees in our community. One part of this initiative invites the congregation to join the ongoing discussion,
UPC’s second annual Congregational Retreat is coming up September 8-10, 2017, in Montreat! All are invited to join the UPC Family as we explore the theme Good Soil and take time to worship, play, and pray together. Registration opens online on Sunday, March 5! To learn more visit upcch.org/retreat. To register, click here.
Join other UPC parents of children and youth for a night out in March! PYPs “Moms’ Night Out” will be March 14 at 7:00 p.m. at Crossroads at The Carolina Inn (211 Pittsboro St., Chapel Hill. RSVP to Ashley Wallace at email@example.com. PYPs “Dads’ Night Out” will be March 16 at 7:00 p.m. to watch March Madness at the Carolina Ale House (419 W. Franklin
The Transition Team continues its work to support and lead our church family through the upcoming transition from the ministry of Bob Dunham. While such a transition simultaneously evokes happiness for Bob and Marla, grief at the upcoming loss of their constant presence, and anxiety about the changes, we believe that the Word of God is present and active in our midst, making all things
All women of the church are invited to the 2017 Women’s Retreat. Registration is now open and runs through Friday, March 24. Click here to register. When: April 21-23 Where: Catholic Conference Center (Hickory, NC) Theme: The Fine Art of Forgiveness During worship each Sunday, the pastors lead us in the Declaration of Pardon, saying “Know that you are forgiven and be at peace.” Why is it so
The discussion theme is “Divided States of America: What is our Christian Response—and Responsibility?” Drawing on a recent paper by Tom Ross, former president of Davidson College and the University of North Carolina system, the aim is to look at the some of the threats that a divided country poses to our nation and discuss how we as Christian men can help counter those threats.
If you have questions, contact Nancy Myer at firstname.lastname@example.org, Megan Crunkleton at email@example.com or Stephanie Duncan at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to volunteer, please click here to register.
The March edition of The Chimes, UPC’s monthly newsletter, is ready to view! This special edition includes a four-page insert for The Legacy Campaign. Be sure to pick up a color copy of this month’s newsletter at church on Sunday!
Young adults are invited to gather for fellowship and conversation on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. at Kate Fiedler’s home. Join us! Please contact Kate, Associate Pastor for Adult Ministries, at email@example.com for directions and parking.