Camp AIM 2022

Camp AIM 2022 will be the first 2 full weeks in June, so the dates this year are: Week 1:           June 6-10 Week 2:           June 13-17 For more information contact Roger Rollins at: My email: My cell:  706-260-5999 Sincere thanks to all of you who have been blessed through your participation with these children [...]

Camp AIM 20222022-05-10T10:26:35-05:00

Daily Lectionary – March 16, 2020

Morning Psalms 119:73-80; 145 Evening Psalms 121; 6 First Reading Genesis 44:18-34 Second Reading 1 Corinthians 7:25-31 Gospel Reading Mark 5:21-43 21When Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a great crowd gathered around him; and he was by the sea. 22Then one of the leaders of the synagogue named Jairus came and, when he saw him, [...]

Daily Lectionary – March 16, 20202020-09-08T16:05:16-05:00

2020 Pinwheels for Prevention

  The Family Support Council has begun their Heroes Against Child Abuse campaign. Our church has agreed to participate this year. Family Support Council provides many free opportunities for children and families throughout the area. Some opportunities include: Kids on the Block - show on personal safety and bullying in all the local elementary schools [...]

2020 Pinwheels for Prevention2020-09-08T16:05:16-05:00

All Church Retreat 2020

  Here’s your special invitation to join our church family on retreat.                            “On the road again” in May 2020 MONTREAT, North Carolina – M is for mountains.  Lots of them all around.  Great for hiking or viewing and finding inspiration in the wonders of creation.  The stream flowing by, the children’s park, that cozy [...]

All Church Retreat 20202020-09-08T16:05:16-05:00

What does it take to be a Presbyterian elder? Here’s what you need to know!

  The Christian year begins with Advent, we know; but there seems to be some phenomenon of the “church calendar” which has taken a life of its own. So as every year in December we hear the prophetic announcement that God in Jesus is coming, we build up to it throughout the fall through some [...]

What does it take to be a Presbyterian elder? Here’s what you need to know!2020-09-08T16:05:17-05:00
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