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Prayer Shawl Ministry

Knitters make prayer shawls for those who need our love and support during troubling times. For more information, or if you or someone you love needs a shawl, call Anne Lawson at (919) 846-5636.

Piecemakers

A group of loving women who teach each other the art of quilting – both machine piecing and quilting – as well as some of the loveliest hand work you are likely to ever see. Newcomers welcome! Call the office at (919) 847-1913 for more information.

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Saints Alive!

A group that comprises primarily folks in their 70s and older, although all are welcome! Saints Alive gather to learn, to listen, to laugh and to support one another.

Prime Timers

A group of adults who meet the first Friday of each month at 6:30pm at the church for dinner and a program.

Childcare is not provided.

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Merge

A group for parents of young children who meet weekly during Sunday School and quarterly for fellowship events. They also meet occasionally for family-friendly events.

TNT

A group of adults, at the stage of life between Merge and PrimeTimers, who meet monthly, usually Saturday evenings in member homes for social events. Childcare is not provided.

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Presbyterian Women

Open to all women of the church, Presbyterian Women offers fellowship, mission and study through participation in some or all of their offerings (circles, gatherings at church or beyond, mission events and retreats).

Men’s Groups

moMENtum

A group for the men of the church – members or visitors – to gather for monthly fellowship.

Men’s Covenant Groups

These groups meet weekly for study, prayer and fellowship.

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