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Devotion by Robb Lapp for 7/3/2016

Scripture – Jeremiah 29:4-14 These words of Jeremiah were offered to a people living in exile. He reminds them of God’s faithfulness and offers them a future hope and return to their homeland. But for now they are to build houses to live in, plant gardens for their support and livelihood, give their children in more »

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Donations for July

Donations for July: ELDERHAUS SUPPLIES. This month our congregation has the opportunity to help this agency that serves the elderly in our community. They provide qualified and caring daytime supervision and socialization to adults in a safe and secure environment. They also provide respite for caregivers, serving as an alternative to institutionalization in long-term care more »

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Kirkwood Vespers Service, Sunday, July 10th

The next Kirkwood Vespers service will be Sunday, July 10th, hosted by Fuente de Agua Viva Presbyterian from Faison, NC. At 5pm, refreshments are served in the Pavilion; at 6pm, Vespers are held at the lakeside worship area. The offering taken during worship benefits Friends of Kirkwood, who sponsor the services.  Come join us for worship in more »

Congregational Meeting, Sunday, July 17, after 11:00am Contemporary Worship in Brown Hall

The Session has called a Congregational Meeting for Sunday, July 17, 2016 after the 11am Contemporary Worship Service to be held in Brown Hall of St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church. Last month Kathy Risley and Beth Eskew resigned as ruling elders. The Nominating Committee is working on nominees to fill those two positions. Please contact co-chairs, John more »

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Helping Refugee Families

Are you willing to help host a refugee family? We need you! There is much to be done in hosting a family. It is a 6 month process. Some tasks are done just in the beginning (e.g. setting up an apartment, welcoming the family at the airport) and other tasks are more long-term (e.g. helping more »

Empty Nest Support Group

Many of us stress about the issues we experience with our teenagers living at home, but as soon as they leave it becomes a different story. We may experience a wide range of emotions – maybe even grief. We’re forming a group to provide support and guidance to help navigate through the empty nest years. more »

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Malawi Mission Team Departs This Thursday

Our mission team to Malawi, David Augustus, Tommy Mann, Steve Risley, Ed Hobson, Will and Natalie Cameron, departs Wilmington this Thursday and will fly from Raleigh to Blantyre, Malawi–arriving on Saturday. For four days the team will meet with partners from the Chuluchosema Presbyterian Church, visit with the street kids our church supports at Zomba more »