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This Sunday is the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost. Peter Henry is preaching his sermon, "So Sow" based on Mark

4:26-34 and we have two more baptisms this Sunday.

 

We will also commission the Cuba Mission Trip Participants.

Join us in praying for the following students and adults who will be traveling to the Juan G. Hall Presbyterian Church in Cardenas, Cuba June 22-29: Riley Beatty, Charlie Bragg, Cooper Brake, Eli Brake, Anascott Bryan, Cooper Bryan, James Dula, Sarah Duty, Greta Guise, Jack Guise, Whittier Henry, Peter Henry, Ada Hicks, Meghan Leeper, Finn O’Brien, Will Palmer, John Ryan, Anibal Sepulveda, Matias Sepulveda. 


Our 10:00 Sunday worship service is live-streamed to Facebook and You Tube. You can also listen to last week's service on WDAV (89.9 or WDAV.org) at 11:00 a.m. Free childcare is provided for all services. 


Adult Sunday School Classes meet at 9:00 AM. 

  •  Maloney Class – meets in Watson #140. Gus Succop teaches on Empowered Servants, Romans 15:1–13. 

 

  • Pines Class meets in the Davidson Room on the Pines campus. Bill Cockrill teaches on Empowered Servants, Romans 15:1–13. 

 

What Matter’s Most? Join Peter Henry & John Ryan this summer on Tuesday nights at 6:30 PM in the Congregation House on a weekly discussion on What Matter’s Most; “What’s the Least I Can Believe and Still Be a Christian.” This summer class starts July 9 and runs for 6 weeks. Outside childcare will be available. Please register via Realm. 

 

Davis Lecture Series, Grace Baptist Church, Statesville welcomes Amy Jill Levine on Sunday, July 14 at 5 pm. This lecture is free and open to all. No registration is necessary.  

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Offices Closed June 17th


Our offices are closed tomorrow, June 17th, in honor of the Juneteenth HolidayAs a Matthew 25 church, we recognize this holiday as an important remembrance of the end to enslavement in the United States, when emancipation was finally declared and enacted throughout the entire United States. It was on June 19th, 1865 that Major General Gordon Granger made this announcement on the island of Galveston.

WOW DCPC....1,667 SOCKS DONATED


You helped spread warmth and comfort to those less fortunate by donating socks to our sock drive in partnership with The Odd Sock! Your generosity will make a real difference in the lives of those in need!

Our Habitat for Humanity build is continuing to go well! We still have two build days coming up on June 29th and July 13th. CLICK BELOW to sign up to work, prepare lunch for the team, or to donate! We still need around $5000 to reach our fundraising goal for this project-click here to donate! Thank you for supporting our neighbors and our partnership with Habitat for Humanity.

SIGN UPS ARE NEEDED SO CLICK HERE TODAY!

Click below to learn more about how you can be a part of DCPC’s involvement with the Charlotte Pride Parade.

Summer Mission Opportunities


Neighborhood C.A.R.E Center's Portions of Love Summer Lunch Delivery

We have a new opportunity to help provide nourishment to our neighbors this summer! The Neighborhood C.A.R.E Center in Cornelius is looking for volunteers to deliver lunches to children throughout the summer. Delivery routes are around 45 minutes at 11 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. If you are interested in being a delivery driver, contact Maggie Kinton (mkinton@dcpc.org) and we will find a date that works for you!

Gleaning with the Society of St. Andrews

The Society of St. Andrews brings people together to harvest and share healthy food with neighbors. Throughout the summer, they send out notices to glean produce (collect leftover crops) from local farms! If you are interested in being an on-call gleaner who we can reach out to within a week of a gleaning date, contact Maggie Kinton (mkinton@dcpc.org) and we will add you to our gleaning group. It is sure to be a fun and meaningful way to get outside this summer and all ages are welcome! 

Need a Father’s Day activity? Then, we have a cool option for you!



Did you know there’s a farm right here in Davidson that practices sustainable agriculture and grows food to feed thousands of students at Davidson College? Sunday, June 16th from 3-5pm - Come join the DCPC Green Group to take a tour of the Davidson College Farm.

The farm was started 12 years ago to supply the college with a direct source for fresh produce and to provide students and staff with opportunities to learn more about where their food comes from. We’ll start with a tour by Farm Manager, Halle Murphy, and finish with a talk by recent DC graduate, Ty Cryan, who’s senior project was working with members of the Catawba Nations to grow ancient native crops out at the farm. 

Be sure to bring your sunscreen and wear farm appropriate shoes. The Green Group will have a table with water (bring your water bottles) and cold drinks and cookies to enjoy during the event. It’s a family friendly activity that you won’t want to miss!  All Are Welcome - All Are Invited CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP!

All are invited to attend "Don’t Be Fooled!"


Scam Prevention and What YOU Need to Know, presented by the Davidson Police Department. Please join the SAGES group Tuesday, June 18th, 10-11 am in the Davidson Room at the Pines for a comprehensive program on identifying and preventing online and in-person scams, hacks, tricks and traps.

HELP STOCK THE SHELVES!

Click here for more information and the supply list!

We are excited that DCPC has a regular monthly date to serve at Angels and Sparrows Community Table! We are scheduled for the first Tuesday of each month. We are responsible for providing seven volunteers. Please see the date, jobs, and time slots by clicking here, and sign up for what works for you. If you have questions, please contact Holly Frisbie at (336) 918-6351 or hyfrisbie@gmail.com.

Non-Perishable Food Item Drop-Off

During the renovation, we will continue to place two grocery carts on Sunday morning in front of the Sanctuary for you to donate canned goods and other non-perishable food items for our local Food Pantry. We will also have a cart Monday-Friday from 8 - 3:30 in front of the Congregation House. If you would like an up to date list of needed items visit: https://nourishup.org/donatefood/. 


You will notice that Loaves and Fishes/Friendship Trays has re-branded to Nourish Up. That is the new name of the Food Pantry at the Ada Jenkins Center. FYI. If you would like to be one of our monthly food delivery volunteers please reach out to Robert Alexander (ralexander@dcpc.org) for more information. Thank you.

Grief Group


The Spring/Summer Grief Group will meet on Mondays from 6-7 pm in the Congregation House in Room Y, which is on the lower level. You can park behind and come in the French doors. 


This weekly, 8-session group is for members and friends who have experienced a more recent loss. If you are interested in an ongoing, monthly luncheon, contact Robert Alexander (ralexander@dcpc.org) for more information about that opportunity to journey with others who have lost loved ones.

Caregiver Support Group


Caregivers are invited to our new support group on either or both the second Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. and/or the fourth Tuesday at 2 p.m. Both meetings each month will take place in the Youth Lounge. Contact Deborah Conner with questions: dconner@dcpc.org or (704) 892 5641.

Join us as you are able and know that your ministry of care is in our prayers.

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