WORSHIP & COMMUNITY
Join us on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. for worship. Although rooted in traditional Presbyterian worship styles, we strive to praise God in a creative way through a blend of contemporary songs, traditional hymns and an inspirational sermon. Worship often includes piano, acoustic guitar and soloists or small group musicians. The Sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of the month. All who profess faith in Christ are invited to communion.
11:15am Small Group Studies
Monday Night Meditations
Open to the Community
5:15pm - 7:00pm
Open to the community during school months
"Beyond Words" Book Club
A book discussion group meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. We have discussed biographies, historical (fiction/non-fiction), classics, mysteries, and fiction and non-fiction books focusing on social issues. Come to the Newcomb South parking lot and use the elevator door.
Crafts 'n' Things
9 a.m. on the Second Wednesday
Crafts 'n' Things is a mission sewing circle that meets each month to knit, crochet and sew. The group makes quilts and lap robes. Hand-knitted hats and mittens are contributed for the Giving Tree in November. These items are distributed to local charities. Baby blankets are presented to all newborn children of church members. This group also accomplishes sewing projects for the church, including up to 80 pillows for Vacation Bible School.
Ruth & Sarah Circles
The Ruth and Sarah Circles meet for refreshments, fellowship and Bible study. The studies include lively discussions. In addition, the groups take time to contribute to special offerings and missions. New members are always welcome.
12 noon on the First Thursday
7 p.m. on the Second Tuesday
Newcomb Friends meets at noon on the second Saturday of each month (except January and February), either at the church or at a restaurant. Activities includes viewing special films, guest speakers, fine programs and good food. Everyone is welcome to participate.
The Seekers are a group of adults that meet monthly 'seeking' growth in Christian fellowship and service. Group activities include potlucks, progressive dinner, bowling, miniature golf, museum visits, going to comedy clubs, music concerts and a Christmas party. We have also provided gifts for people, adopted needy families and supported the local food pantry.