Sunday, January 20 SERVICES HAVE BEEN CANCELLED.
Sunday, January 27, Service starts at 10 a.m.
The Rev. David Vanderlinde-Abernathy preaching
648 Main Street, Graniteville
Come one, come all!
You are welcome, wherever you are on Christ's journey. Come as you are, from wherever you are. But do not expect to remain as you are!
Wheelchair accessible sanctuary
Reflections from the border: a:PC(USA) delegation says there is much to do for people seeking asylum in the U.S. There is a link on the News-events page.
A Presbyterian delegation travels to McAllen, Texas and calls itself the Caravan of Hope. Find the link on the News-events page.
Whither White Christian America? New book wins $100,000 prize from Louisville Seminary and the University of Louisville. See the link on the News-events page.
We live hundreds of miles north of the Mexico border. How can we help? See the link on the News-events page.
What do Presbyterian Native Americans think about Thanksgiving? Check out the link on the News-events page.
The Woodbury-Union Presbyterian Church in Warwick, Rhode Island has suffered major loss due to fire! This is the church pastored by T.J. DeMarco, the Stated Clerk of both Northern New England and Boston Presbyteries. He was installed in his current position just one month ago. Further details are on the News-events page.
Peacemaking Travel Study Seminar concludes Korea trip, addressing among other issues, the DMZ, "comfort women", and No Gun Ri. Read about it on the News-events page.
Four new members were welcomed into the church on November 11. Read about it on the News-events page!
Small church, big God! 15-member church has raised $30,000 for Living Waters for the World. Find the link on the News-events page!
The Stated Clerk urges U.S. leaders to take a new approach with migrants. The link to J. Herbert Nelson, II's call on national leaders to respond with “radical love and hospitality” is on the News-events page.
Small Ministry, big mission helps Syrian refugees thrive! Remember Dorcas from the Book of Acts? A link to how her memory is being kept alive in Montana is on the News-events page.
A synopsis of Cindy Kohlmann's visit to Graniteville and of the sermon she preached is on the News-events page.
The Stated Clerk responds to new United Nations report on climate change. The link to the full statement is on the News-events page.
Presbyterians mobilizing to help in the wake of Hurricane Michael. A link is on the News-events page.
What does "church" look like? Well, it depends. Read about one of the new 1001 Worshiping Communities. A link is on the News-events page.
Presbyterian Church leaders ask for healing in Chicago. A link to the news article is on the News-events page.
The Co-Moderators went to Puerto Rico in September, a year after Hurricane Maria. A link to read about what they found there is on the News-events page.
Pastor and congregation offer shelter, food, and hope in Florence's aftermath. Find the link to read about this on the News-events page.
Presbyterian mobilize to help southeast U.S. recover from Hurricane Florence. Find the link to read about these efforts on the News-events page.
A summary of the September 9 session meeting is posted on the News-events page.
A new documentary produced by Presbyterian Disaster Assistance tracks a Syrian family as they made their escape from their homeland and finally settled in Washington, D.C. Read about the documentary on the News-events page.
Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico continue the long road to recovery one year after the hurricanes. Read about the miracles happening and the continuing rebuilding efforts on the News-events page.
Read about the late Kofi Annan's Presbyterian connections on the News-events page.
Joan Gray, Moderator of the 217th General Assembly (2006), has written a monthly article specifically for Ruling Elders but available and profitable to all. It is on the News-events page.