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Why would you go to a family reunion?

Posted by Pastor Megan Hackman on

The first time I really remember meeting my cousins that live up in this part of the country was at a Family Reunion at Lake Powell. We bought our first family minivan for the cross-country trip from Tennessee to the West. We had funny blue t-shirts that all matched. My cousins taught me how to...

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Not just about old, dead, Scottish white guys...

Posted by Pastor Mark Toone on

I still remember the summer day in 1984  that I drove my rental car into the little town of St. Andrews, Scotland, parked on North Street, and began to explore the place that would play such an important part in my life.  I returned the following year to begin a lifelong love affair...

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Thank you from Pastors Larry & Megan!

Posted by Pastor Megan Hackman on

Three weeks ago you as members of Chapel Hill confirmed that we, Larry & Megan, are called to serve you by casting your votes for us to be your associate pastors. This past week the members of the Presbytery—the regional body of elders—also voted to confirm this call. Our hearts...

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Follow Your Heart

Posted by Ellis White on

For some people I know, “Follow Your Heart,” is something like a life mission statement. They’ve had too much of being told that you need to think things through, or being told what others think you should do, or feeling like you need to make others happy with your decisions...

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The Power of the Table

Posted by Pastor Mark Toone on

SavvIt was a very unusual Sunday morning for Cyndi and me. We were staying with a pastor friend in a Brooklyn brownstone that looked like it came right out of the Cosby show. Parking is a nightmare so everyone walks everywhere, including to church. We set out on Sunday morning for the ten block...

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