Upcoming Events

SUNDAY WORSHIP will continue to be live streamed via the SPC Facebook group—just click on https://www.facebook.com/groups/spcworks and wait for the “live stream” box to appear—Sunday at 11:00 a.m. For additional information, see: Meeting House Live! on our website. All are welcome to attend. A Facebook account is not required to access this.
 
WHAT IT MEANS TO RISE FROM THE DEAD: Mid-Week Lenten Reflections. Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. via Zoom, beginning February 24. Even the disciples who are closest to Jesus debate with each other what it is “to rise from the dead” (Mark 9:10). How do we wrestle with this central Christian teaching, about Jesus and about ourselves, in the midst of a pandemic? As we work for social justice? As we face a climate crisis? Weekly gatherings on Wednesdays in Lent will reflect on these questions and more with music, art, story, and contemplation. Come to them all, or drop in as you can. See your weekly e-notice or contact the office for the Zoom link.
 
SUNDAY SEMINAR 2021 During the winter and early spring of this new year we continue our explorations of racism and racial justice by reading How to be an Antiracist by Ibram Kendi. Books are at Four Seasons Books. The cost per book with discount and tax comes to $24.56. Make sure you tell them it’s for the SPC seminar so they’ll include the discount. February 14 will cover Chapters 5 & 6 (Ethnicity & Body). See the weekly e-mail for the Zoom link or contact office@shepherdstownpresbyterian.org.
 
ALL GATHERINGS IN THE CHURCH BUILDING HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Help us keep our church calendar up to date; if your Committee or Team is planning an event or electronic meeting, please contact the church office with details office@shepherdstownpresbyterian.org.
 
 
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SHEPHERDSTOWN FOOD PANTRY. TThe SS Food Pantry is in need of the following items: size 5 diapers; packages of chicken legs/thighs/breasts; paper towels for the pantry volunteers. Thank you all for your faithfulness. There is a box for donations in the vestibule at the Trinity Episcopal Chapel. Cari Simon, Shepherdstown Shares Food Pantry Coordinator