Christmas Pageant and Dinner
Following the Children’s Christmas Pageant, everyone is invited to the Parish Hall for dinner and fellowship—an opportunity to celebrate the magic of the season over a meal together.
This ticketed adult event features our own oyster roasters and live music—a true North Carolina favorite!
Wednesdays in Lent, we join together for a simple supper and programs for children and adults. You are invited to a holy Lent, with this opportunity to deepen your studies of Scripture and spirituality, reorienting or reinvigorating your spiritual journey.
Brunch with the Bunny
Families of the church gather with the Bunny for pancakes, crafts and egg hunts to celebrate the new life of spring and the Resurrection! This annual event is well attended by the community and parish members young and old.
On Wednesday of Holy Week, we host a Seder dinner meal, remembering our heritage and the story of the Israelites liberation from slavery in Egypt.
Vacation Bible School
Families are invited to join our evening VBS program in July for dinner, games, crafts, story-telling and science experiments which help us learn about the stories of God and how we can live out the call to be the Kingdom of God.
Advent in August
Parents are invited to come together to work on and swap Jesse tree ornaments. The Advent season is so busy, this gives a chance to give the time and energy to the ornaments in preparation to talk with your kids about the meaning of Christmas and the narrative arc of God’s story with God’s people.
Our team of cookers works hard to cook the pig (and chickens) to perfection! Join us for this family event where we enjoy each other’s company and the onset of the beautiful fall weather.
This lively gathering brings the congregation together for our annual chili cook-off, kids games and trunk-or-treating, ghost tours in the cemetery and fellowship. Everyone is encouraged to sample the variety of chilis (hot dogs provided for the kids) and enjoy the kids’ costume parade! Enjoy the cemetery tours with tales of our “long-term residents”.