As I write this, knowing all of the pieces that follow in this week's issue, makes me chuckle a bit.


Because, after reading last week's issue, I said to no one in particular: "We are doing a lot at this church!" And this week's issue reaffirms this thought. We have a lot going on here at Fellowship Presbyterian Church! I ask that you read through it with a scrutinous eye - whether to pick up on my typos or to make note of where you'd like to plug in, it is important to know of the different ways that God is at work here at FPC! (Think about passing this email along to a friend who is "church shopping" and then invite them to an upcoming event or worship service!)

Tomorrow morning, I am looking forward to seeing many of you at the pancake breakfast and spring workday. Please bring supplies that you think would help bring the church grounds "up to par" - gloves, gardening tools like pruning shears, and cleaning supplies. We will be done by noon at the latest - if you can only come for the breakfast: that's ok! If you have to leave early: that's ok too! It will be great to see you and enjoy some social time while using some elbow grease.

The Pastor’s Discretionary Fund is at a critically low level. The Fund, which provides financial support to those both in our Fellowship Family and our community, allows me to provide aid with pastoral confidence being kept. This Fund is also outside of the FPC annual operating budget. Please consider supporting this important aspect of ministry at the church and thank you to all who have already contributed.
I have heard from some of you, asking if the church sent out an email on Wednesday about Realm. The short answer: yes. In order for us to get the online directory up-and-running, it is imperative that everyone complete their respective profiles. Yes, the online directory is password protected, and can be accessed both through our church's website or by downloading the "OnRealm" app through your app store and logging in on it.

The online directory is currently live, but still needs some updating. This is one way to help.
This Sunday, we will continue our Re:Lent sermon series where we examine the word "re:pent". We will continue to pray for those in our Fellowship Family who need our prayers, as well as all that is going on in the headlines.

As I mentioned earlier, please make sure to look over the announcements below, including how to help the people of Ukraine, ordering Easter Lilies, and the needs of the Mission Committee as they are asking for help, again, in assembling meals for ten refugee families supported locally by Church World Service.

I hope to see you on Sunday morning, if not before!

Until then,
Pastor Kathryn
Sunday (Virtual) Worship Information

Sunday worship is in-person, but will continue to be available through Facebook Live, Zoom, and YouTube.

Worshipping via Zoom allows for worship participants to, at the least, see each other during worship, should a participant join through computer. Zoom also allows for worship participants to join by phone, should they not have access to a computer.

To join by phone, call: (646)558-8656

When you dial in you will be asked for a meeting ID number: enter 847 7231 7808The password is: 658602Depending on the time you dial in, you may not hear anything to start with. When the Prelude begins, you will hear audio.

To access worship by Zoom via computer, please click here.

(If you'd prefer to access the worship service through the Zoom website, please enter Meeting ID 847 7231 7808 - the password is: 658602.)

To access worship by Facebook Live, please click here.

To access worship by YouTube, please click here.

Don't forget - you can access this week's bulletin via the church's website or by clicking here.
Come for pancakes and all of the fixin's, stay for some spring cleaning! Please bring gardening tools, work gloves, and cleaning supplies that you may have to help make the church look fresh and clean!
To order lilies, click here.
Volunteer with Applewood, Backpack Beginnings,
and Greensboro Housing Authority!
Fellowship has started an ongoing partnership between Backpack Beginnings, Greensboro Housing Authority, and The Applewood Community. Please contact Mary Howe to sign up: or call/text at 336-698-6541. Please click here to sign up. 
Wondering what to do with all of those grocery shopping bags? The Missions committee will be collecting “gently used” plastic grocery bags for Backpack Beginnings. Please bring any you don’t use to church with you, leaving them on the Missions table in the Dogwood Lobby closest to the double doors leading towards the classrooms.
Women's Bible Study will resume on March 29.
Fellowship Presbyterian has online giving available through the Presbyterian Foundation.

Click this link to be taken to the online donations page.
Prayer Concerns and Celebrations
  • John Fair, former organist at Fellowship, died on March 15. Please pray for his family and those who loved him. We are unaware of service plans at this time.
  • Debbie & Tom Roach are thankful their family is in our prayers – Their son-in-law’s sister, Marianne, Zipf, died last week. The Roach’s daughter and son-in-law are Donna and Jim Silver.
  • Terry Anderson shares prayer requests for her coworkers: Sharon Odell and her husband Travis, who has a broken tibia & fibula with knee surgery on Wednesday; and the family of Terry’s supervisor, Kim Hall, on the loss of stepson, William Pollock, from Mercy and Grace Ministry.
  • Prayers for Ukraine and those caught in the crossfire as the war continues.
  • Continued prayers for our church members: Marilyn Delafield, Walt Nichols, Sarah Haack, John Koppel, Mary Howe, Julian Bullock, Lea Groves, Donna, Katie & the Steele family, Nancy Baughman, Bruce Weaver, and Marjorie Van Horn.
  • Continued prayers for the family and friends of our congregation: David French & Family (Greg’s brother), Mochita (friend of Phyllis King), Lisa (Phyllis King’s son-in-law’s sister), Corky Summers (Donna Steele’s sister), Suzanne (Judy Meyler’s sister-in-law), Michael Boswell (friend of Peggy Koppel), Johnny Ziegler (Terry Anderson’s uncle), Sherry (Terry Anderson’s sister), Dennis (John Archambault’s cousin), Christy (daughter of Donna Steele’s friend), Todd Martinez (coworker of Gary Anderson), Katherine and Donald Bennett (Barbara Smith’s sister and brother-in-law), Kurt (friend of Fred Campbell), Felicia Schaps (Lindahl's daughter-in-law's mother), Teresa (Terry Anderson’s coworker), Ashley Long (Joel and Ann Long’s daughter-in-law), Joyce Berger (Kandee’s mother), Gwen Flowers & her family (Linda Ueland’s sister), Dorothy & Edward Archambault (John Archambault’s parents), Arch Gravely (Peggy Koppel’s cousin), Tim King family (Phyllis King’s son), Roger Eliason (Tye Wittmann’s coworker), Jenny George (Betsy Craver's cousin), Libby Ansel (Lesa Layno's sister).  

If you have any additional prayer concerns, please contact Linda Ueland (336-314-5481) or call Martha at the church (336-288-5177).

Upcoming Events
March 19:
  • 8am-noon: Pancake Breakfast and Spring Cleanup
  • 9:15-11:15am: Professional Childcare available (“Preschool” Classroom)
  • 9:30am: Worship – in-person (with masks), on Facebook Live, Zoom, and YouTube
  • 10:45am: Adult Education Hour (Library)
  • 3pm: Handbell Rehearsal (Choir Room)
March 21:
  • 12:30pm: Personnel Committee Meeting (Zoom)
March 22:
  • 7pm: Session Meeting (Zoom)
March 23:
  • 7am: Men's Koffee Klatch (Panera Bread – Lawndale Location)
  • 12 noon: Bulletin and Blast Deadline
  • 12 noon: Backpack Beginnings Applewood Delivery
  • 6pm: Choir Rehearsal
March 24:
  • 9:30am & 1:30pm: Meyler Oil (Fellowship Hall)
  • 1pm: Bridge (Library)
March 27: 
  • 9:15-11:15am: Professional Childcare available (“Preschool” Classroom)
  • 9:30am: Worship – in-person (with masks), on Facebook Live, Zoom, and YouTube
  • 10:45am: Adult Education Hour (Library)
  • 3pm: Handbell Rehearsal (Choir Room)