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An Opportunity to Serve

Forty-eight SACPC members are needed for the week of May 17-24 to host the temporarily homeless families of the Wilmington Interfaith Hospitality Network at our church’s Sisson House. Please consider preparing and serving a meal, providing overnight or weekend supervision or driving our WIHN families from the day center in the WIHN van. If you more »


Red Cross Blood Drive

Thanks to the members of SACPC who once again made the Red Cross Blood Drive held here another success! We thank our many helpers, some who serve behind the scenes providing assistance with appointments, supplying snacks, giving blood, and their time. Watch for future announcements as to when the next blood drive will be, sometime more »

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One Great Hour of Sharing

The Special Offering of the One Great Hour of Sharing is taken by our denomination and is often used to help people who have faced disasters. Last month, the southern part of Malawi received more rain in two weeks than they normally receive in six months. The Session is giving to our congregation the opportunity more »


The Story of Jenny

Steve Hein and I teamed up with Michelle, a young lady with Global Frontiers Missions, to do mapping. Mapping is where you go door to door throughout an apartment complex looking to find out what kind of people are living there. We ask whomever answers what country they are from, what language they speak, how more »

Red Cross

Reminder: Blood Drive is March 23

The SACPC Blood Drive is scheduled for Monday, March 23rd, 1:30-6:00pm in Brown Hall. To be eligible to give on that date: *Wait at least 8 weeks between whole blood (standard) donations. *Wait at least 7 days between platelet (pheresis) donations. *Wait at least 16 weeks between double red cell (automated) donations. Please call Marge more »


Medical Mission Trip to Panama

Matthew Coleman is a sophomore at UNC – Chapel Hill and a long time member at St. Andrews. Over spring break he will be participating in the UNC chapter of Medical Brigades trip to Panama to host a clinic bringing health care to an underprivileged community. He needs donations in order to make this trip more »