On the third Sunday of each month, after Worship,
we gather to share a potluck meal.
Those who gather find this a good way to get to know others
on a more personal basis
and to hear concerns and announcements.
Visitors are always welcome and do not need to bring food.
Thursday Gathering Meals
On the Second, Third and Fourth Thursdays,
we meet at various restaurants,
in the locations where our
members live and work, to share Breakfast or Lunch.
The schedule is as follows:
Second Thursday- Mebane Breakfast @ 8:30am -at A& M Grill on HWY 70
Third Thursday- Chapel Hill Lunch @ Noon Ėthe location changes, so
please contact us for this monthís location.
Fourth Thursday- Hillsborough Lunch @ Noon- the location changes,
so please contact us for this monthís location.
Lemonade on the Lawn
During the summer months, lemonade and cookies are served after the
Sunday service. We have time of connection and play on the lawn after
worship. Lemonade offers a great time to catch up during the busy
FUN & FRIENDSHIP
Children's Craft time
Sundays 10:00am - supervised craft time for the children.
parents who attend
Adult Education or Choir Practice.
Christian education activities are offered every Sunday morning
to educate and nurture our children's spiritual life.
Regular mission projects help to engage children
in service to our community and world,
projects have included collecting pennies for "Pennies for Peace"
and making dried soup for the local food pantry.
We also offer special child-centered activities throughout the year;
such as our annual Easter Egg Hunt, Bonfire with wiener roast,
and our Summer Wet and Wild park trip and mission.
Roots and Shoots
A group for children, youth and families
focused on connecting to and caring for nature
in the spirit of our calling to care for creation.
Activities have included; hiking Occoneechee Mountain,
an outdoor breakfast, a fishing trip as well as
an overnight trip to canoe, kayak, swim and camp out at Jordan
The youth, grades 6 through 12, meet to have fun,
do service and build relationships.
Sunday Mornings at 10 am and as announced.
The youth mission activities have included
a mission trip to the mountains of Georgia
and collection of food for OCIM.
As announced. A current movie is shown, admission
is free -
children may come in their pj's and lie on their
blanket or sleeping bag.
If the main feature is an adult oriented movie,
we offer a child friendly film as well.
||Sisters of Miriam
Women over the age of 21 gather monthly in a memberís home
to take a break from our busy lives, develop a sense of community
and to make plans for outings and projects.
Every year the "Sisters" organize the annual Easter egg hunt
and the Halloween Bonfire/Trunk or Treat.
Women who are age 50 plus (more or less), gather (red hats optional)
and enjoy lunch at an area restaurant on the first Saturday of each
month. This group is a social gathering with an agenda of fun.
Men meet together to share a beverage, a meal
or an activity.
For adult men of all ages.
The group meets at the church to work on crafts or your own project.
Everyone is welcome to bring their favorite project
and work on it as you join in discussion with other crafters.
Once a quarter on a Saturday, volunteers gather to pick up
litter on Davis Road.
Call 732-9183 for info.
The choir meets after worship on the second and forth
Sundays of the months and at 10 a.m. on the first Sunday.
We welcome all levels of musical ability as well as
instrumentalists that wish to share their talents.
The choir is led by the Reverend Mike McKeown.
Instrumental Group "Bridges"
On Wednesdays at 7:00pm Bridges, led by Associate Pastor Laura
Fairfax, utilizes guitars and other instruments that present music in
a non-traditional style. Styles include; folk, rock and modern
Christian music. Musicians practice weekly and lead worship on the
third Sunday of the month.
Guitar and ukulele classes are offered periodically by Laura
All ages welcome.
No music background required.
For Information about any Small Group, please email us