Check out Robert’s 2018 Advent video

Click here for Robert’s advent video. Stay tuned for Robert’s video on the meaning of Advent.  There will also be one video for each week of Advent.  All of the videos will be posted on our website and on our YouTube page...
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Hiring a Part-Time Administrator

We are seeking a Part-Time Administrator from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Mon. to Fri. This position performs a wide variety of duties, including complex and confidential administrative tasks, data base management, creating and publishing of print and digital bulletins, scheduling and...
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Come and hear John Baumann from CWS on their Immigration & Refugee Program

We hope you join us at our Worship Service on November 18th to hear from John Baumann, the Director of the ‘Virginia Refugee and Immigration Program’ (a part of Church World Services). He will be giving us insight into refugee’s lives and their challenges. The title of...
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Join us for our Hymn Sing Service on Sunday (Nov. 11)

Our Annual Hymn Sing Sunday is at 9:30 a.m.  Sam Brannon, our Director of Music, will lead us. Our scripture readings will reflect on God’s majesty and Christ’s sacrifice,.  Special music from the New Hanover Ringers and the New Hanover Choir will help us focus our...
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Poinsettias for Christmas at New Hanover

CLICK HERE FOR THE ORDER FORM We will have Red Poinsettias for $15 each again this year.  The Poinsettias will be in a 6.5” pot, which will be wrapped in red foil with a green bow.  The plants may be picked up after the Christmas Eve Service! Click here for the order form. ...
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Please Give to Presbyterian Church’s Hurricane Florence Recovery Efforts

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) urges your support for our neighbors affected by Hurricane Florence. You can send your contribution to PDA by these methods: Online:  https://pma.pcusa.org/donate/make-a-gift/gift-info/DR000169/?appeal=PDA&package=HF18-Ind#  Mail ...
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Thank you, Mr. Rogers

When I was a kid, I never really liked watching mister rogers neighborhood on PBS. It always seemed to slow for me. The hand puppets and all the long pauses seemed to me to be too cute by half. I never understood Fred Rogers until I became an adult, and listened to the adults who...
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Holy Hops! Men’s Gathering for Dinner, Fellowship and Discussion

The next “Holy Hops!” gathering will be held tonight (September 18th) 6 p.m., at Kim and Steve Chau’s home.  All men are invited and welcome to this New Hanover men’s group gathering – no reservations needed – as we gather informally for dinner, fellowship and discussion of...
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