Category Archives: Mission

Volunteers Needed for Central’s Christmas Project

For many years, the Deacons at Central Presbyterian Church have organized a Christmas Project that provides an opportunity for the members and friends of Central to help families at Christmastime.  This year we plan to help 24 families.   This is only possible with the help of members and friends of Central Presbyterian Church.

There are several ways you can be part of a team that helps these families. You can be a team coordinator; making sure every one plays a part and making sure tasks are assigned. You can be a team member; shopping for food or gifts. You may feel unable to shop but want to give a donation. We are happy to have individuals  shop and be reimbursed for some or all of the costs depending on your personal resources. You and your family might like to be assigned one family by yourselves. We want everyone to feel that there is an opportunity to participate in this year’s Christmas Project.

There will be sign-up sheets in the Narthex after church next Sunday; however if it is easier to send us an e-mail please do. Please include your name, your phone number, a note saying how you would like to help and any other comments.

Deacon Co-Moderators:
Laura Mason (lauramace25@gmail.com) and
Quentin Holmes (holmes33242@msn.com)

Raising awareness about Syria

Are you concerned about the war in Syria, and the humanitarian crisis that has resulted?  You’re invited to learn more about it at an adult forum on Sunday, June 22 at 11:15 in the Parlor, sponsored by the Church & Society Committee.  Almost 6 million people have been displaced from their homes due to the violence, and there are about 2 million people living in refugee camps outside the country.  But did you know that the Presbyterian Church has an active presence in Syria and in the refugee camps? Learn how you can Stand in the GAP for Syria – Give – Act – Pray for Syria