newsletter-and-events

Laurel Hedger is having a book drive to collect children's books to contribute to the Legal Advocacy Center.  The books will be used for the children while their parents receive consultations.  Laurel is doing this for her Girl Scout Gold Award project.  Please leave books in English or Spanish in the box at the Church office. 

Plan now for a bus trip to the Fruitcake Factory in Bear Creek NC on November 27th. There are still seats available so please join us for the tour plus lunch and a visit to the Pottery Shops in Seagrove NC. We will leave at 8:30 am and return by 6:00 pm, if we don't shop too long. Please call Betty Davis or Lorie Lewis to reserve your seat.

Dinners for Eight will begin a new round in February and run through May involving Steele Creek our merger partner, Pleasant Hill.  This will be a great opportunity to meet our new congregation members and enjoy a good meal and fellowship.   To register or for answers to questions, contact Betty Small by email or telephone before the deadline of January 11, 2019. 

Once again we are packing shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child.  Appropriate items include toys, hygiene items, school supplies, socks, gloves, activities, etc.  No liquids or anything that will melt can be received.  Incldue a photo of yourself and your family, name and address.  We will dedicate the boxes on Sunday, November 18th.  Lets try to make 100% participation for this special offering.