Environmental stewardship is important to Presbyterians, and with the climate crisis impending, we need to take bold legislative action. Join this webinar to learn about the potential efficacy of a market-based solution and why people of faith should care. Hope to see you there! Click here for more information and to register.
All are welcome: Refugee families in Orange County will host Food Fest on July 27, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., serving authentic food from their homeland to raise funds in support of the Refugee Support Center in Carrboro. Come for delicious food from Burma, Congo, and Syria at United Church of Chapel Hill (1321 Martin Luther King Blvd., Chapel Hill). Prices range from $5-$8,
The session has called a brief congregational meeting for Sunday, June 16, immediately following the 10:00 worship service. The meeting has been called for the purpose of electing officers to fill unexpired terms. The Nominating Committee has submitted the following names: Jan Simmons, for the office of Deacon, Class of 2021 Jim Snapper, for the office of Deacon, Class of 2019 Vickie Bae-Jump, for the
Never underestimate the power of prayer! Thank you to all, you my faith community, for your prayers, good wishes and offers of help. I know you have bombarded God with prayers on my behalf. And God responded with “Enough already!” I know this because in the two weeks before neurosurgery some things happened that can only be explained as Divine Intervention! Restrictions are lifted and
Sunday, June 16 – Saturday, June 22, 2019 This beloved conference is open to all active UPC Choir members who are rising fourth graders to graduating seniors. Join us for a week full of music, fellowship and worship with your church family at Montreat. To register and choose your classes, go to bit.ly/2RfLSCb. Registration is open until February 5!
The June/July edition of The Chimes, UPC’s monthly newsletter, is ready to view!
On May 14, members of the Presbyterian Women (PW) gathered for their annual Birthday Dinner celebration. This event was started in 1922 by the PW in PC (USA) to raise grant money to be used in areas of health, education, economic development and the needs of women and children around the world. We enjoyed a delicious catered meal, followed by a wonderful presentation by the Reverend Carrie Tuttle
One of our Vacation Bible School service projects is to collect as many children’s books as we can for Book Harvest. Last year, we donated more than 500 books. Book Harvest provides books to children in central North Carolina and works with families and communities to promote children’s lifelong literacy and academic success. Having plenty of books at home helps children start kindergarten ready to