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Memorial Drive Ministries (MDM) Summer ’21 Updates

Thanks to the NDPC volunteers (Dee Raeside, Janelle Moore, Jean Are, Lou Reaves (a frequent NDPC visitor), …

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“This Loss We Carry…” by Ellen Gadberry and Tim Merritt 

An origami box: two square sheets of paper transformed into a tribute to a person – …

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Not like other summers…

  This summer has been different from others in the past. It has a distinctive vibe …

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FROM JUNETEENTH TO JULY 4 by Rev. Nibs Stroupe

      Two national holidays have passed through our consciousness in the last few weeks. …

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A Mission of Joy by Gordon French & the Global Missions Team

There is nothing quite as radiant as the smile of a child. Spontaneous. Authentic. Curious. Bright. …

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Presence in Compassion by Erika Meyer

My journal entry from March 18 2020 reads as follows: “Tomorrow I’m going to start writing …

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Virtual Parenting Class

Sunday School Parenting Class During the Pandemic

by Charles Bonner We are all unreliable narrators. To ourselves, to others, the stories we tell …

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WE’RE BACK!

We’re happy to announce that the NDPC Session voted this week to return to indoor, in-person …

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Thanks to our 20-21 Sunday School teachers!

A HUGE thank you to all of our Church School teachers, advisors, mentors, and CYF volunteers who …

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NDPC Chapel

NDPC Music Director Search

North Decatur Presbyterian Church is looking for a Music Director. Does this sound like you? You …

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All In Good Time

As I prepare to cross the threshold into a time of sabbatical from May 16- July …

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Take Me to Church

My internship at North Decatur started as a product of procrastination. I was finishing my first …

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