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CAMP HANOVER DAY CAMP at KING'S GRANT PC: JULY 25-29

KING'S GRANT PC (414 Little Neck Rd., Virginia Beach) will sponsor a CAMP HANOVER DAY CAMP during JULY 25 - 29 from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM at the church. Parents of children who are rising first through sixth graders may register them by clicking CHDC REGISTRATION. The cost will be $100 per child for the entire week.  The camp will be run by Camp Hanover staff and those interested may also click FLYER/REGISTRATION FORM. Registrations will only be accepted past the June 28 due date only if not already full. Capacity at present staff level is only 27.

 

 

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INSPIRATION: CHURCH INNOVATION PRIZE WINNERS!

MCCORMICK THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY and the CENTER FOR INNOVATIVE MINISTRY have announced the winning entries of the 2016 MCCORMICK PRIZE FOR INNOVATION. THe Annual Prize recognizes "impactful use of innovation in ministry," and this year will award $8000 in prizes to the winners.  For more details and to read about some of these innovations, CLICK HERE for the complete article.

 

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STAND AGAINST INTOLERANCE DIALOGUE: MAY 25 & JUNE 1

In order to help dispel fears based on ignorance and misinformation, the Session of FIRST PC, VIRGINIA BEACH is offering a two-part series to help members and friends of our church learn about the Muslim faith and also the connections bewtween Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. DISCUSSIONS will be held at FIRST PC, VB (300 36th St.) beginning at 7 PM on WED., MAY 25 and WED., JUNE 1.  The May 25 session will feature Imam Rachid Khould of the Crescent Community Center giving his "Muslim 101" talk. His intent is to dispel fears based on ignorance and misinformation, and to be open to questions about Islam. Following a brief break for refreshments, participants will have an opportunity to take part in an interfaith dialogue in small-group discussions. On June 1, a panel (Imam Khould, Rabbi Rosalin Mandelberg of Ohel Sholom Temple and the Rev. Craig Wansink of the Center for the Study of Religious Freedom at Va. Wesleyan College) will share their experience with intolerance and how each faith community has responded to the reslting persecution. The intent of this series is to show, if intolerance is allowed to go unchecked, we are all at risk.  Everyone is invited to join in these two discussions.

 

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NSU CAMPUS PROGRAM OF THE YEAR!

The WESLEY WESTMINSTER CAMPUS MINISTRY program at NORFOLK STATE UNIVERSITY was awarded the 2015 - 2016 CAMPUS PROGRAM OF THE YEAR award! This is one of three campus ministry programs partially supported by PEVA funds within our bounds. Congratulations to the Rev. Joy Carrington, the students, and all participants in this ministry!

 

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KNOW YOUR BOOK OF ORDER QUIZ!

Here's some questions designed to challenge good Presbyterians throughout PEVA.  See how well you know the current BOOK OF ORDER.  We'll offer a new question every week!  

*What does the Book of Order mean by "God is Lord of the Conscience"?

Click BUSINESS MATTERS to find the answer!