"Students See Cracks in the Wall Separating Church and State" will be the topic at the February 23 meeting of the Triad Chapter of Americans United. Ellis Brown, Marissa Siavelis, and Noah Washburn will provide insight into how local high-school students view hot-button issues such as the mandatory Pledge of Allegiance, school vouchers, home schooling, and curriculum revision. The moderator will be Ms. Leigh Humphrey, who teaches Advance Placement US History at the Career Center. The Tuesday evening meeting will be held at the Polo Recreation Center (1850 Polo Road, Winston-Salem) from 7:00-8:30 p.m.
In 2011, we began our Share the Plate program to donate to community partners the undesignated gifts from our worship offerings the first Sunday of each month. The idea behind this program was to boost overall giving, not just the first Sunday, but every Sunday, and to bring much needed awareness and funds to local non-profit organizations. The program has met the second goal, but not the first.
This month we will share the plate with WSSU's GAP Scholarship Fund, created to assist those students who do not have any financial aid remaining and only need 1-2 classes to complete their degree requirements. It's specifically to keep students from leaving just short of graduation due to financial shortfalls. Often the amount needed to help a student graduate is just $300 or so. Please contribute as you are able ALL MONTH during our worship services at 9 and 11.
February 10, 2016 | 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Hang Art Work
February 13, 2016 | 7:00 am
Fellowship members and friends will gather in the parking lot at 7 for car pooling to Raleigh for the Mass Moral March. The Moral March on Raleigh is part of a love...
February 14, 2016 | 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm
The Annual Art Gallery will open with a luncheon reception on Sunday, February 14th, following the conclusion of the 11:00 Sunday Service. Come and enjoy the...
February 14, 2016 | 12:15 pm
New members will be recognized at both services today. A reception celebrating our newest members and the opening of the Fellowship's Annual Art Gallery will...