UPCOMING EVENTS

Alliance Serving the Chatham Community Food Distribution – Chatham Chuckwagon

Cooking at St. Bart’s (monthly on 2nd Monday)

August 8, 12pm-2pm & 2-4pm

PPC Distribution at St. Bart’s (monthly on 3rd Tuesday)

August 16, 3:30-6pm

Volunteers needed. Please contact Bobbie Morel if you would like to sign up to participate in cooking, distributing and good fellowship.

For  our  cooking dates at St. Bart’s, we would love to have 6 folks from 12-2pm and 4 folks from 2-4ish. On our distribution dates, we meet at St. Bart’s to set up at 3:30pm and distribute from 4:30-6pm. 

Writing to Heal Orientation

August 25, 11am-12pm in Sunday School Room

PPC is hosting an orientation on Writing to Heal, a free 7-8 session therapeutic writing program. The orientation is Thursday, August 25th in the Sunday school room. The sessions will likely start in September and may be virtual or in-person which will be decided after a poll from participants. If you’re interested in learning more about the program and want to attend the orientation, email the facilitator Mary Barnard.

Reclaiming Christian Practices of Transformation

Sept 6 – Oct 25, 7-8:15pm on Zoom

First Presbyterian Church, Burlington, is sponsoring a special 8 week series of spirituality workshops that explore both the scriptural call for personal transformation and offer practices and frameworks for understanding our own growth. Central in this series is understanding our personality from a Christian perspective. All classes will have a mix of teaching, practice and break-out sessions. Facilitator, Rev. Evan Harrison, pastors Pittsboro Presbyterian Church and has certificates from multiple programs regarding work with spirituality and personality. This class is free, geared towards adults and is open to anyone, so feel free to tell or invite your friends. Please register here (it’s okay if you miss a class sometimes for scheduling).

September 6 – Practicing the Great Command Reclaiming the Importance of Transformation in Christianity and the Practice that Helps this Transformation Occur

Sept. 13 – Husk & Hypocrisy Embracing one of Christ’s most apt parables for understanding our personality.

Sept. 20 – Suburban Contemplatives Why we don’t need to be monks to follow Christ…and yet they were onto something.

Sept. 27 – Assertive Personalities Allowing Christ to Overturn our own Levels of Assertiveness

Oct. 4 – Compliant Personalities Learning how to lovingly obey God, neighbor and self in the right order

Oct. 11 – Withdrawn Personalities Solitude, Socialize or Soapbox? Learning the time for each

Oct. 18 – The Instinct to Live Scripture acknowledges our instincts and reveals paths to wholeness

Oct. 25 – Doing the Work Heeding the call to work out our own salvation trusting that it is God at work in us, enabling us both to will and to work for God’s good pleasure.

ONGOING EVENTS

Choir Practice

Every Thursday at 1pm
Sanctuary

Thursday Pruning & Grounds Work

Every Thursday 9am
Outside at PPC
Come join us each week to work on the grounds 9-10am on Thursdays.  A time of gathering and some beautifying of the church “outdoor sanctuary”.

Men’s Breakfast

First Saturday of every month at 10am
Fellowship Hall

Women’s Breakfast

Second Saturday of every month at 9am
Email the office for this month’s location

Prayer Warriors

Third Wednesday of every month at 1pm
Betty Wilson’s house (look for announcement in newsletters)
We will meet inside or outside depending on the weather and pray for everyone on the prayer list and other requests made to us. Everyone is welcome! RSVP not required, but you are welcome to contact Betty and Rev. Evan to let them know you’re hoping to attend.

Session Meeting

Fourth Monday of every month at 6pm
Virtual Meeting Via Zoom

Doris Betts Book Club

Last Tuesday of every month at 11am
Fellowship Hall
Join us for the Doris Betts Book Club meeting for a lively discussion of this month’s book. How does it work? Group members select books, both fiction and nonfiction, with themes and challenges that draw us to consider the role of faith and spirituality in our lives. Didn’t finish the book? (or even read it?!) Come anyway and enjoy the fellowship, conversation and intellectual stimulation. Have a book you’ve read that you’d love to discuss? Come and propose it to the group! We look forward to seeing you there.

Pittsboro Presbyterian Church

95 East Street (physical address)

PO Box 713 (mailing address)  
Pittsboro NC 27312
(919) 542-4702
office@pittsboropres.org

 

Office Hours

Tuesdays 9-10:30am, 3-5pm
Thursdays 9am-4pm 

Call ahead if you would like to meet the pastor or other staff outside of regular office hours. 

Worship Service

Sunday 11am
Sunday School 10am

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