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Myers Park Presbyterian Church is currently seeking candidates for the Weekday School Half-Day Director. For over six decades, the Weekday School has been a vibrant ministry of Myers Park Presbyterian Church, nu...
This book, Christopher Scotton’s debut novel, is the last book for this year’s season of BookIt! I thought he did an excellent job of portraying the characters and the landscape of Appalachia. At first I was con...
This week’s Ministry Spotlight highlights the Habitat Build in Grier Heights. Spring’s build will mark the 9th home that Myers Park Presbyterian has helped build in Grier Heights. MPPC disciples Stewart Cowd...
An announcement from Von and upcoming opportunities at MPPC....
The nation of South Sudan has been plagued with instability and civil war brought on by clashes between rival government factions. Since December 2013, rule-of-law has collapsed leading to widespread looting, de...
This week’s Ministry Spotlight and dedicated offering goes toward The Harvest Center of Charlotte. For over thirty years, The Harvest Center has serviced the situationally homeless, which make up over 85% of o...
This week’s dedicated offering goes towards Florence Crittenton Services of North Carolina (FCS). FCS has been involved with the health and welfare of single pregnant and non-pregnant women and teens in the Ch...
This week’s Ministry Spotlight highlights Shepherd’s Center of Charlotte (SCC). SCC was formed 36 years ago by a group of Myers Park area churches and members of the local medical community to provide senior...
“Self-examination and the courage to admit bias and unhelpful inherited behaviors may be our greatest tools for change. Allowing ourselves to be vulnerable enough to expose our ignorance and insecurities takes...
Yesterday President Donald Trump signed an executive order to allegedly protect the nation from terrorists entering the United States. In practice, however, this order serves to further harm those who are the ve...
Adult Church School Topics and Teachers — January 2017 ACTS — B-205 (1) No class; (8) Faith for the Journey — Ambassador Mark Erwin; (15) Braves, Ballplayers & Faith — Carroll Rogers Walton; (22) TBA — Mic...
I’m reading The Water Knife for our discussion on January 12 (12:30 pm at Myers Park Presbyterian Church). Admittedly it’s not an easy book to get into but I think we will be glad we read and discussed it (h...
It’s easy to get caught up in consumerism Christmas. We are inundated with advertisements and catalogs and promises of “deals” that can easily crowd out the true spirit of giving. We hustle around decorati...
Adult Church School Topics and Teachers – December 2016 ACTS–B-205 (4) Why is the good news so good? — Dr. Craig Gourley; (11) TBA; (18) Healing Hearts Together — Anne Nielson; (25) No Cl...
We landed in Charlotte late last night. People were speaking English. Traffic patterns made sense. The air was crisp. It was the same place we’d left behind a week ago. In some ways, we took our comfort zone w...
Part of the larger effort in Getsemani is the Casa de Salud, a community health clinic. There’s no dedicated health professional for a community of this size, but a local doctor comes through frequently to add...
Well, we got to sleep in. We haven’t been on some crazy schedule of waking up before dawn or anything, but it was a welcome bit of extra time to relax with a cup of (excellent) coffee. Court trying to get the ...
There’s no amount of coffee that can make 4 a.m. feel like anything other than the middle of the night, but that’s when we arrived at the airport. Fourteen of us from Myers Park Pres are in El Salvador for t...