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  1. News : March 22, 2019 Newsletter

    March 22, 2019 Newsletter

    In This Issue:

    Prayer Concerns & Celebrations, Preaching Schedule, Ekklesia, Music News, Lenten & Holy Week Happenings & Services, 2019 CROP Walk, Families Moving Forward in April, Community Opportunities, Haiti Education Mission Team, March 31 is Undy Sunday, Suitcases Needed, Sojourners Begin New Study, Youth Group News, Westminster School for Young Children, In the Library, Elder & Deacon Nominations, Search Committees, Easter Lily Orders, Worship Volunteers’ Schedule


  2. News : Soccer Family Fun Day, March 16 at Forest Hills Park

    Meet us at Forest Hills Park on Saturday, March 16, 3:00-5:00pm, for some pick-up soccer fun! We’ll meet at the clubhouse near the playground. Wear athletic attire and bring soccer gear. Our first-ever Soccer Family Fun Day is sponsored by the CYCE Committee and is a terrific great way to get to know folks a little better, get some great exercise, and have fun. Bring your friends!

    Sign up today: http://bit.ly/WPCsoccerday

    Contact: Kristina Gilbert (kristina@wpcdurham.org)

     


  3. Bulletins : March 2019

    March 3, 2019Bulletin & Announcements
    March 10, 2019:  Bulletin & Announcements
    March 17, 2019:  Bulletin & Announcements
    March 24, 2019Bulletin & Announcements


  4. Newsletters : March 1, 2019 Newsletter

    March 1, 2019 Newsletter

    In This Issue:

    Concerns & Celebrations, Ash Wednesday Events, CYPP Training on March 3, New Church School Elective, Lenten Learning for Families, Lent & Holy Week Happenings, Volunteer Opportunities, Community News & Opportunities, All About Haiti, New Members, Fellowship Hall Update, Session Notes, Ekklesia, Family Fun Soccer Day, Worship Volunteers’ Schedule


  5. News : 2019 Lenten Study & Sermon Series: The Confession of Belhar

    In June 2016, our denomination’s 222nd General Assembly took the rare step of approving a recommendation to add a document to our Book of Confessions: The Confession of Belhar. It is a rich and timely theological resource and will be at the heart of our Lenten journey this year.

    The Confession of Belhar was written as a protest against a heretical theological stance by the white Dutch Reformed Church that used the Bible and the Confessions to justify the harsh and unjust system of Apartheid. Belhar has three central points: Unity, Reconciliation, and Justice. It is structured like the Theological Declaration of Barmen. There is a biblical affirmation followed by a rejection of false teaching.

    You may read or download a full text of the Confession of Belhar at here. Learn more about the history of the Belhar Confession here.

    We will use as a guide the book Lenten Reflections on The Confession of Belhar. At Aperture on Wednesday, March 20, Chris Tuttle will lead a discussion on the Belhar Confession, and we’ll also embark on a sermon series. Scripture will be paired with portions of the Confession, with the goal of enriching our reflections on who God is and who Christ calls us to be.

    Books are $13 each and available for purchase in the Mission Center. Please contact Kristina Gilbert to pick up your copy.


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