South Plains Presbyterian Church

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South Plains is fortunate to have 16 Shepherds who tend to the flock of members and friends. The shepherds are overseen by the Congregational Care Chairman, Chad Wayner.


A meeting was held on April 12, and discussions followed about members and friends of South Plains with congregational care needs. Members who would most appreciate a pastoral contact or visit in the near term were identified.


Linda Makranczy has ordered a new set of grief books, which are available for Shepherds to use with their flock, close friends, and families.

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• A note from Warren Cain. He and Barbara miss everyone. Barbara is serving on three Boards. All are in the music area. Warren is serving on the church finance committee and in other areas to help the homeless. They both send hellos to everyone.

• Presbyterian Children’s Home of the Highlands picked up all the bags and toiletry items on April 11. They were so grateful to have a FULL van. PCHH is celebrating 100 years of giving children hope and purpose for the future. For more information on PCHH, there are brochures in fellowship hall.

• SAVE THE DATES: The Fluvanna Community Singers’ Spring Concert at Carysbrook will be Saturday, May 5th at 7:30pm, and Sunday, May 6th at 3pm. “Hold Fast Your Dreams”. Admission is free. “Under the skillful di- rectorship of Scott David, the concert is guaranteed to be a highly entertaining musical performance which will have you tapping your feet and humming along.”

• In January of 2017, Montreat Conference Center staff engaged in a day-long training session with a team from Crossroads Antiracism Organizing and Training, and found it to be useful for inspiring long-term and site-specific conversations about the journey to overcome the dehumanizing effects of racism. We are making a similar, more in depth opportunity available to congregations, pastors, Christian educators, session lead- ers, church staff, and volunteers. August 17 - 19, 2018.


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