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“Writing as a Spiritual Practice”

If you are in starting your year with a day for spiritual renewal and challenge the Spiritual Life Committee recommends this one-day retreat at St. Francis United Methodist Church in Cary on Saturday, Feb. 20. This is sponsored by the NC Academy for Spiritual Formation and the NC Methodist Conference. Many of our members have more »

Bookworms Meets Every 1st Thursday of each month

Bookworms in April

BOOKWORMS meet the first Thursday of each month in Rm.#241, 11:30am gathering and from noon until 1:00pm. Please call Deme Nunley at 686-1345 for further information. April 5th discussion:  The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald

11th Annual Women of the Word Conference

11th Annual Women of the Word Women’s Conference hosted by St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church  The Facts of Life  Keynote Speaker:  Lisa Whelchel, Author, TV Personality and International Speaker January 13-14, 2012 at the Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center QUESTIONS? Visit our webpage at:  www.womenofthewordconference.com Conference Information To print off conference information, please Click Here   “And the Word became more »


Connect to God This Season of Lent

Belonging, Relating, Transforming… Lenten Worship Services – In addition to our regularly scheduled Lenten services (Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday and Good Friday), beginning on March 16th at 6:30 p.m. we will be hosting services of Night Prayer on Wednesday evenings in the Gallery (corner of 15th and Market – across the street from the Sanctuary). more »

5-Day Academy for Spiritual Formation

2011 North Carolina Five-Day Academy for Spiritual Formation – September 25-30, 2011 at the Trinity Center, Atlantic Beach, NC. The rhythm of each day is embraced by morning and night prayer, and enriched with daily Eucharist. Faculty presentations are given each morning and afternoon, followed by silence for individual reflection and then group response time. more »