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Muffins for PDS Orientation

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Muffins for PDS

Muffins for Presbyterian Day School (PDS) Orientation:  PDS will welcome new and old families to meet teachers and explore the school on Friday, August 15th.  We want to show Christian hospitality by having greeters outside the church and providing muffins, juice, and water that morning.  If you would like to bake or buy muffins for […]

Senior High Mission Trip Update

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Mission Trip 2014-1

The MPC Senior High Mission trip with the Appalachia Service Project to Newport, TN, was a Spirit-filled and meaningful week for our young people!  Our group was divided into two throughout the week, each working on a family’s home in desperate need of repair.  One team took up damaged flooring and tiled several rooms, put […]

Senior High Appalachia Service Project Mission Trip

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'14 Senior Class Project

Please keep our high school mission trip participants and adult leaders in your prayers this week as they work on homes in Newport, Tennessee.  They will depart early morning, July 13th, and will return Saturday evening, July 19th.  

Christian Communities Together

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Christian Communities Together

Memorial Presbyterian and St. Paul A.M.E. Churches have covenanted to meet monthly to pray for each other, our congregations, and our communities. If the venture finds wide acceptance in our congregations (and we hope and pray that it will) additional groups may be organized. The next gathering of CCT is on Thursday, July 24, at […]

Sowing into the Lives of Haitian Girls

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Arlis Dey, Kathy Hestbeck, Linda LaLonde and Charlotte Shaw, members of MPC’s Sew & Sow Ministry made these beautiful dresses for the young girls at Cite Soleil school of Haiti.  The young girls, ages Pre-K through graduating kindergarteners enjoyed modeling the dresses and hair ribbons. For more information on the Sew and Sow ministry, please […]

Youth Summer Sunday School

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Youth 14 Sunday School

Middle and high school students combine for the summer months in Fellowship Hall for Sunday School based on Way to Live: Christian Practices for Teens.  Bring a friend and come for breakfast as we learn about and participate in Christian practices each week.