Adult Sunday School Classes
Pittsboro Presbyterian’s Sunday school classes provide a space where adults can engage in meaningful, challenging, and exciting topics that strengthen their faith and understanding of God’s word.
Studies on each topic are six weeks long. Topics range from theological understandings in our Christian lives today to the current relevancy of Old Testament prophets’ concerns of righteousness, obedience, social justice, and visions of hope for the future.
Classes meet Sunday from 10:00 to 11:00 am. For the summer months, classes start an hour earlier.
Enjoy fellowship with other men the first Saturday of every month at 8am in the fellowship hall.
Enjoy fellowship with other women the second Saturday of every month at 9am at Virlie’s Grill.
In His Service
In His Service meets the second Tuesday of every month 10am-12pm in the fellowship hall. IHS is a program that provides meals for members and others in our community in need. All are welcome to help with meal-prep and/or write letters and cards to accompany the meals. Youth not in school are encouraged to attend. Transportation can be provided if needed. Please contact Linda Sessoms if you have any questions.
Part of being Pittsboro Presbyterian and a Matthew 25 congregation is our commitment to dismantling structural racism. Visit our anti-racism page to learn what we can do as a congregation and as individuals.
PPC’s The Eco-Justice team facilitates connecting, equipping, and inspiring Presbyterians to make creation care and justice a central concern of the church. We are a certified Earth Care Congregation of PC(USA) and a supporting member of Presbyterians for Earth Care (PEC). Visit our Eco-Justice page or blog to learn more.
Personality & Sprituality
The bible says a lot of things, but what is God’s will for me right now? Today? What sorts of things will truly add to my self-care, spiritual health and wholeness and which things are dead-ends or vicious cycles?
Learn how to intuitively operate by participating in our Spiritual Care opportunities this year.
Women’s breakfast at Virlie’s Grill
Eco-Justice team visit to Common Threads
Pastor Evan Harrison speaking at Black Lives Matter vigil at PPC
Pittsboro Presbyterian Church
95 East Street (physical address)
PO Box 713 (mailing address)
Pittsboro NC 27312
Please contact us for a call or appointment during Covid-19 restrictions
Sunday School 10am
Kids Song and Storytime 11am
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