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Join us for a Christmas concert, Sunday, December 12 at 3 p.m.

Join us this Sunday for the resumption of our annual (in-person) Christmas concert. This year’s concert, …

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NDPC Music Director Search

North Decatur Presbyterian Church is looking for a Music Director to begin serving with us in …

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Advent Devotional 2021

Christians celebrate the season of Advent which falls between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Advent is considered the …

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Free99Fridge @ NDPC

  Q: What’s that “thing” going up near the 6-way intersection? A: That “thing” is a …

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NDPC’s Alternative Gift Market: Part III

Rebecca Watts Hull Outside of NDPC’s annual Alternative Gift Market, how can we “shop our values?” …

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NDPC’s Alternative Gift Market: Part II

Rebecca Watts Hull What exactly is Fair Trade and what difference does it make when we …

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NDPC’s Alternative Gift Market: Part I

Rebecca Watts Hull “Shopping our values” is an idea that really resonates with many of us …

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The Tempestry Project

Makers’ Stories  |  Next Steps to Address Climate Change  |  Bring The Tempestry Project to Your …

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An Update from the EcoVillages (Haiti)

The recent earthquake in Haiti feels like the latest in a continuing stream of misfortunes for …

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The Call to Serve by Carol J Tveit

The phone rings.  It is Jill Jacques from the NDPC Elder Nominating Committee.  You have been …

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NDPC’s COVID-19 Policy (updated, 9/21)

NDPC’s COVID-19 Policy COVID-19 is a critical public health crisis. North Decatur Presbyterian Church’s leadership believes …

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Intersectional Evangelism by Bill Brown

  My guess is that you haven’t seen these two words together before. The term “intersectional” …

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