The wonderful women of the Little Chapel are involved in all aspects of the life of the church. We serve on all church committees and assume leadership of many of the programs and activities of the church.
Presbyterian Women, as an organization, are responsible for many activities and programs. Some of these are for the whole church, while others are specifically for the Presbyterian Women’s Organization. We welcome all of our sisters in the church to join us for our activities and to be a part of one our circles.
At Work in the Little Chapel
Hospitality Coordinator and Circle Leaders
Organization, through circles, for Presbyterian Women gatherings.
Assistance in organizing special receptions
Set up and clean up after monthly breakfasts
Hospitality for Funerals
Organization of a meal or reception for the family following a death.
At Work in the Community
Meals on Wheels
Planning, preparation, and delivery of meals through our circles once per month and on Christmas Day.
Church Women United
Preparation of migrant worker kits by the circles
Dressing of dolls at Christmas
Hosting the Angel Tree during Christmas
Filling stockings for needy children at Christmas
Special Gifts to various organizations, such as:
Domestic Violence Center
At Work in the World
Church Women United--Global Missions
Stamps for missions -collecting cancelled stamps for a program of support for Christian missions.
Offering of the Least Coin
Worldwide ecumenical movement of prayer and reconciliation through offerings by circle members. By giving of the Least Coin in any currency, all are equal.
Received in recognition of our thanks for the goodness of God to each of us
Collection of Campbell Soup labels for Barium Springs
Collection of cell phones for Domestic Violence Shelter
Binky Patrol -making blankets for children in crisis
The men of the church have many opportunities to learn and have fellowship. Not only can they be on committees of the church (and who wouldn’t want to be on the Property Committee) but also there are regularly scheduled activities.
Men’s Prayer Breakfast, 1st, 3rd and 5th Saturdays of the Month 9:00AM
The men get together at a local restaurant to have a prayer breakfast on the first, third and fifth Saturday mornings of each month. It’s a time of fellowship, reflection and support.
Contact: Rev. Pat Rabun, 910-256-2819 ext. 103