Upcoming Services

 

This Sunday, July 18

Livestream and In-Person 

Worship at 10:30

Youth Led Worship

Report Back from Summer Trips

Mission, Massanetta and Montreat

Live service online here:  https://livestream.com/accounts/20703637/events/6271266

 

July 25

David preaching

 

August 1

David preaching

Communion

 

August 8

Eunice preaching

 

August 15

Eunice preaching

 

August 22

David preaching

 

August 29

David preaching

Recognition of Eunice’s Ministry

 

Upcoming Activities

Adult Ed

Sundays at 9:00 a.m.

 

The class begins at 9:15, but we open the Zoom meeting at 8:45 and fellowship. Bring your own coffee – no need to dress up!

 

Click Here to Join the Zoom Meeting Each Sunday

Meeting ID: 857 6618 3170

You may also call in at (301) 715-8592

July 18:  Dr. Karl Klontz, FDA Epidemiologist, Covid-19 from an Epidemiologist’s Viewpoint (IV). Infection and death rates are down significantly in the US but the pandemic is still a huge threat in other parts of the world. Public accommodations are reopening but new variants of the virus may be more resistant to vaccines, with the possibility of a resurgence. Dr. Klontz will provide an update on the global epidemiology of Covid-19, followed by a potpourri discussion including the effects of vaccines on the pandemic, variants of concern, and challenges ahead.

July 25:  Theodore Segal, The Fight for Racial Justice at Duke University. We’ll consider the difficult experience of desegregation at the university from the fall of 1963, when Black undergraduates were first admitted to Duke, through the spring of 1969 when the Black student movement at Duke reached its peak. We will also look at how Duke leaders resisted racial change, even in the face of determined protest. Mr. Segal entered Duke in 1977, and after he retired from a 35-year career in private law practice in 2016, he returned to continue the study Black and white student activism at Duke that he had begun as an undergraduate.

A free Kindle version of Point of Reckoning: The Fight for Racial Justice at Duke University is available on Amazon.com and in PDF format in DukeSpace and other digital archives.