Sunday, May 22nd, Covenant Presbyterian will celebrate three incredible young adults graduating from local area high schools! Covenant is so proud of these wonderful students as they enter college to pursue their careers and dreams.
Come worship with us this Sunday as we celebrate the birthday of the church (as in THE church – not Covenant Presbyterian. We haven’t been around THAT long!) And, to help you know what we’re celebrating, follow this handy dandy link to find out 9 things you need to know about Pentecost.
Has your family done anything fun lately? Why not not come to Montgomery and experience fun the family way? Montgomery is hosting Family Fun Day May 21st from 1pm-6pm.
Beginning, Sunday, May 15th the Sunday after-worship class will begin studying “Listening for the Heartbeat of God: A Celtic Spirituality” by J. Philip Newell.
On Sunday, May, 1st CPC celebrated communion with a Celtic-inspired liturgy. An example from the service was our Affirmation of Faith that read:
The Gainesville Flute Ensemble will have its final performance for the year next Tuesday, May 3rd, at 7:30 PM at United Church of Gainesville. [Read more…]
CPC is happy to announce our involvement with Family Promise of Gainesville (formerly Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Gainesville). Family Promise of Gainesville’s mission is to, “mobilize community resources and local congregations to provide compassionate care, shelter, meals and case management to homeless children & their families.”
For more information about Family Promise of Gainesville, please visit their website at http://www.ihngvl.org.
Last May 17th, we had a very special worship service and fellowship time as we celebrated our own Garnet Brenner’s 100th Birthday!
Garnet’s family “took over” the service with her daughter, Janis Bomar, acting as liturgist, her son, Bart Brenner, giving the message, and her other son, Gary Brenner, leading the tree dedication. Along with Gary was his wife, Diane. Also in attendance was family friend, Brenda Dye.