Roxboro Presbyterian Church is so fortunate to have the most generous folks in our congregation! Here is a picture of the bags collected. These will feed many families. Thank you so much!
The Mission Committee
In addition to our canned food drive for the CHC, we will also be taking donations of new or gently used coats to be given to the CHC for their annual coat give-away. They are especially in need of coats for children. If you would like to participate, please leave coats in the boxes in the narthex or in the Fellowship Hall on or before Sunday, Dec 5. Thank you!
The Mission Committee invites you to join us in our Annual Thanksgiving Can Food Collection project. There are bags with a suggested donation list stapled to them in the Narthex and Fellowship Hall. Please take a bag, fill it with suggested items, and return it to the Narthex or Fellowship Hall on or before Sunday, November 21st. Bags will be delivered to the Christian Help Center. Thank you!
A huge thank you goes out to everyone who helped in any way with our Halloween Drive Through! Over 150 bags of candy were given out. Many volunteers helped stuff bags and pass out candy, and a grand time was had by all!
Halloween Drive Through Event: Will be held Saturday, October 30th, from 6 – 8 pm on Lamar Street in front of the church. Mary Tucker is organizing the stuffing of the bags. She will have tables set up in Fellowship Hall and anyone who would like to stuff them is invited to come in at their convenience throughout the week. If you have any questions, please check with either Jane Forton or Mary Tucker.
Thank you in advance as you share God's love with our community and support one of our most popular local Mission events!
Thank you to everyone who donated items for the School & Suitcase Supplies Mission Project. We are touched by your overwhelming generosity and grateful for your participation in sharing God's love with our community. ~Mission Committee
Save the Date! On Wednesday, Sept 15th, at 6:00pm, we will gather in Fellowship Hall to hear Brooks Lockhart, guest speaker, from Habitat for Humanity tell us how we can support the organization.
You are invited to participate in our next local mission project! All summer long we will be collecting back-to-school items for students and teachers. In addition to donating items for students (paper, pens, pencils, markers, crayons, scissors, notebooks, backpacks, etc.), please also consider donating supplies teachers typically purchase for their classroom with their own money-Kleenex, dry erase markers, and hand sanitizer. Please drop items off in the box in the narthex all summer long. When school begins, items will be donated to local schools. Thank you for your support of this project!
The Mission Committee also invites you to add a few items to our Summer collections project! Anne Bettendorf is continuing the yearly project of having her Art students decorate suitcases for foster children who are removed from their homes. These beautifully decorated suitcases give the children a place to put their belongings and contain some basic supplies for them. Hopefully, they provide a small amount of joy in the middle of a difficult time for these children.
Items needed for the suitcases are:
coloring books ● crayons ● toothbrushes ● toothpaste ● travel-size toiletries
The Mission Committee
Covid Policy Changes: The session has made some changes to our Covid policy for worship.
The Spring 2021 Church Directories will be available Sunday, May 10th, at the entrance to the Sanctuary and Fellowship Hall. Please only take one per household. If extra are needed, please contact the church office. We can make black/white copies for you.
9:00 In Person Worship, Fellowship Hall
11:00 In Person Worship, Sanctuary & Facebook Live
Wednesday & Friday:
Reflections/Devotions on FB
Rev. Barbara Hager will post a short reflection/devotion on our Facebook page each Wednesday and Friday by the end of the day. Please check our Facebook page regularly for any updates.
Rev. Vanessa Hawkins,
Traditional Executive Presbyter/Stated Clerk