We worship together on Sunday at 11:00 am. We are currently having in-person worship services as well as Zoom service. Wearing a mask is optional, but please feel free to wear one for your safety and comfort.
UPCOMING EVENTS INCLUDE:
Flowers for Easter
Order in worship this Sunday or click HERE to order.
Maundy Thursday - April 6th at 6:00 pm
Soup and Sandwich Meal Service: We will gather around tables as we remember the Last Supper. Sign up HERE.
Easter - April 9th at 11:00 am
We will gather outside before the service for coffee and pastries on the lawn as we decorate the flower Cross (you are invited to bring fresh flowers from home for the cross); then we will process from the fire pit in as we bring the light and life back to our worship space.
Easter Egg Hunt - Easter Sunday after Worship
Easter Sunday our children will hunt Easter eggs.
Easter Meal - Easter Sunday after Worship
The Greens are sponsoring the meal but invite you if you have a side dish or desser that completes your Easter table to add it to the feast. Sign-up in worship or let the OFFICE know.
Dates for the Faith in Hillsborough Habitat build are:
April 1, 15, 22, 29
SIGN UP for any date to help with the build and plan to be there on April 22nd when HUCC provides the meal.
Events Honoring the 60th Anniversary of Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail - Orange County
Friday, April 7th at 10:00 am: Peace Walk and Reading - Begins at St. Paul’s AME and ends at University Baptist with the reading of Letter from the Birmingham Jail.
Tuesday, April 11th at 7:00 pm at the Hillsborough Library - Freddie Parker and Dr. Tim Lovelase will give a talk about the historical context and significance of the letter.
Sunday, April 16th at 3:00 pm at the Chapel Hill Library - Dr. William Sturkey, historian at UNC of the post 1865 U.S. specializing in the history of race in the American South, will speak about the letter.
Wednesday, April 19th, Time TBA, at the Eno Arts Mill in Hillsborough - There will be a poetry program centered on the Letter, featuring Dasan Ahanu, Piedmont Laureate for Poetry.
Anti-Racism Reading Group - June 8th at 7:30 pm
Our next book is Richard Wright’s “Native Son” A reflection on Richard Wrights’ work from the New Yorker states - “The day ‘Native Son’ appeared, American culture was changed forever,” Irving Howe once wrote, and the remark has been quoted many times. What Howe meant was that after “Native Son” it was no longer possible to pretend…that the history of racial oppression was a legacy from which we could emerge without suffering an enduring penalty. White Americans had attempted to dehumanize black Americans, and everyone carried the scars.” There is also a movie on HBO.