Church Life Celebration
Peace Covenant Church of the Brethren invites you to celebrate a special milestone in the life of their church. In honor of their transition from Fellowship to Congregation status within the Church of the Brethren, Peace Covenant is hosting a special peace event. You are cordially invited to attend their Consecration Service at 4pm on Sunday, August 21, 2011. The theme for this event is "Making Peace Practical" and Bob Gross, the Executive Director of On Earth Peace (an agency of the Church of the Brethren), will be guest speaker. Refreshments will be provided following the service.
Please RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
and direct questions to this address or call 919-361-5898. The service will be held at the church, 601 East NC HWY 54, Durham, NC 27713.
Peace Covenant looks forward to welcoming you!
Crop Walk 2011
The Durham Crop Hunger Walk, now in its 37th year, is the oldest walkathon in North Carolina. Since its inception it has raised more than $3.2 million for hungry in the world - $800,000 of that for hunger fighting agencies in Durham. Each year, Peace Covenant participates in this cause and has set a fundraising goal of $1,500 for the 2011 walkathon. Please join us on March 20 for the walk or consider sponsoring a walker to help us achieve our goal. To donate or register as a walker, please visit our Crop Walk Page
International Potluck and Movie Night (All Welcome!)
Please join us for the International Food, Film, and Friends night! This event takes place at the church on the first Saturday of every month starting at 6pm with a meal followed by an international film. Click here
for more information. Drop by and bring a friend!
Becoming a Multicultural Church
The Church of the Brethren as a denomination is giving serious attention, in its "Together" emphasis, on being transformed by God's Spirit. One expression of this quest is highlighted by the deeply searching question, "What are God's yearnings for Church of the Brethren?". One essential part of the answer to that question is for us to be SEPARATE NO MORE. Click here
to see the full report that was unanimously adopted at the Annual Conference.