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Churchwide Picnic – June 23, 2024

Churchwide Picnic at Pullen Park | Sunday, June 23 | 3:00-6:00 pm Join us on Sunday, June 23 from 3:00-6:00 pm for an afternoon for fun, fellowship and food at Pullen Park. No matter your age, there is something special about Pullen Park. Come ride the train, take a spin on the carousel or a … Continued

Youth & Graduation Sunday – June 2, 2024

We will recognize our graduates during our worship service at 10:00 am. Our youth are planning worship and will lead us during the service. During the Bible school hour, our high school graduates, youth, and graduate families are invited to a Graduation Brunch in the Fellowship Hall. 

May SGF Celebration of the Journey – May 8, 2024

Our last gathering for our Sexuality, Gender, and Faith series will be a “Celebration of the Journey” on Wednesday, May 8 at 6:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. Members of our congregation will share stories from this journey we’ve experienced together. We will have a potluck dinner, so please arrive at 5:30 pm with your side dish or dessert … Continued

GBC Children EcoCamp – June 2024

EcoCamp: June 17-20, 2024 In EcoCamp, Kindergarten-2nd grade children will learn about our Earth and what we can do to take care of God’s amazing creation. Science teachers, garden enthusiasts and even a bee keeper will join us. We will also have a visit from Raleigh Parks & Rec Department and their Reptiles Rock program. This camp will … Continued

Parents’ Night Out – April 12, 2024

As parents one of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves is time away from our kids. That time is a gift to us and to them. It helps all of us strengthen relationships with others and I truly believe that the time away from one another actually strengthens our relationships with our kids too. … Continued

April SGF Forum – April 10, 2024

Join us at 6:00 pm, April 10, in the Fellowship Hall for our April Sexuality, Gender, and Faith Forum, “Understanding the ABCs: Why Language Matters.” In this session, we will hear from Rev. Donnie Anderson and Natalie Aho on the language of LGBTQIA+ and why it matters. Natalie works with the Association of Welcoming and … Continued