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This Sunday is the 2nd Sunday of Lent. Peter Henry is preaching his sermon, "Hunger Pains" based on Philippians 4:10-20.

We will celebrate the baptism of Leighton Katherine Green, daughter of John and Brandi Green, at our 9:45 a.m. service of worship and the baptism of Julia Grace Wieber, daughter of Brian and Elizabeth-Ann Wieber, at our 11:00 service of worship.  

Our in-person 8:45 (Lingle Chapel), 9:45 (Sanctuary), and 11:00 (Sanctuary) Sunday morning worship services are also live-streamed to Facebook and YouTube including a Live Chat feature. Free childcare is provided for all services (Room 14). You may also listen to our 11:00 service at WDAV (FM 89.9) and wdav.org.

Adult Sunday School Classes meet at 9:45 AM.

  • Connections Class – meets in Jetton Hall. This Sunday they welcome Alice Sudduth & Donna Hatifield who will speak about the Green Group / Earth Care Congregation at DCPC.
  • Covenant Class – meets in the Congregation House and welcomes Julia Watkins, Davidson College Chaplain.
  • Jubilee Class – meets in Room 216 and Jeff Davis will be leading a discussion on climate change.
  • Maloney Class – meets in the Church Parlor. Van Lear Logan teaches on Faith in God’s Purpose, Habakkuk 1:5–2:5.
  • Pines Class meets in the Davidson Room on the Pines campus. Tom Clayton teaches on Faith in God’s Purpose, Habakkuk 1:5–2:5
  • Screen and Scripture is an intergenerational Youth/Adult class that meets in the Youth Lounge. Currently they are watching episodes of The Chosen, a series started in 2019 dramatizing the life of Jesus and his followers.


 Lenten Studies 

  • Saturdays at 10:15 am in the Davidson Room, starting February 17. This class is open at all church members. Email John Ryan if you would like to attend. 
  • Thursday at noon via Zoom starting February 15. Register via Realm or email John Ryan 


Women’s Connection at Montreat – with Becca Stevens, founder of Thistle Farms, August 9-11, 2024. For more information and to register follow this link.  

8:45 and 11:00 Bulletin
This Sunday's Fellowship Pad

The DCPC Library Needs You (to return all books by March 13)!


Hello, DCPC Library patrons. We are getting ready to pack up our collection for storage during the upcoming renovation. To prepare, the library committee is requesting that patrons return all books currently checked out no later than March 13. The library committee will also be sending out reminder emails to individuals who have books checked out.


Some library materials will remain available throughout the renovation. A small reference collection of commentaries and other teaching and research materials will be housed in the Congregation House on the lower floor in Room X (across from the elevators). If you have questions, or if you have an anticipated need for specific materials during the renovation period (March-August), please contact John Ryan at jryan@dcpc.org.


We look forward to moving our collection into a new, expanded library space on the first floor as soon as the renovations are completed! Thanks for your help in returning library materials.

It's Getting Real- Big Changes Coming!


We have several new students (3rd Grade) at Huntersville Elementary School who need tutors for our Tuesday afternoon tutoring ministry. We meet at the school from 3:15-4:15 each Tuesday. If you are available and interested please reach out to Rosemary Klein (rosemaryklein924@gmail.com).

Black History Month

The Presbyterian Historical Society has a series of blog posts on influential African American Presbyterians like Bishop Shelton Waters (picured here). You can read about those leaders at www.history.pcusa.org

Come meet author, David Fleming, and discuss his book Who’s Your Founding Father?: One Man’s Epic Quest to Uncover the First, True Declaration of Independence. Monday, March 25 at 2pm in the Youth Lounge (bottom floor of the DCPC Congregation House/218 Concord Rd) and on Zoom. A centuries-old secret document might unravel the origin story of America and reveal the intellectual crime of the millennia in this epic dive into our country’s history to discover the first, true Declaration of Independence. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you need to purchase the book, you may do so here:



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