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    Caldwell Library Update - May 2018
    05.15.18 | Stories

    White Memorial’s library is available for use by our members and staff. It is located in the Witherspoon Building, just opposite the main reception desk, and is open when the church is open. You can also view our online catalog through the...

      2018 Greenbrier Trip: Older Adult Ministry Trip Recap
      05.09.18 | Stories

      For over twenty years, the Older Adult Ministry has sponsored overnight trips to interesting and exciting locations, and these adventures provide times of great fellowship, informative sightseeing and much fun for those traveling with us. This...

        One Step Closer
        04.12.18 | Stories | by Gary Fulton

        The ceremonial groundbreaking for the Imagine Project is Sunday, May 20, 2018. The Building Committee is excited to present these renderings of the exterior of the proposed OnPoint worship and fellowship hall building, to be built near the corner...

        500 Years of Reformation: 1517-2017
        08.17.17 | Stories

        Fourteen members from White Memorial Presbyterian Church went on a mission trip to Poland and Germany from May 10 through the 18 of this year to better understand and celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. In addition to spending...

          Bearing Witness to Resurrection
          05.02.17 | Stories

          We don’t call it a funeral. Nor do we call it a celebration of life. Rather, in our tradition, in the PC(USA) version of the Reformed tradition, we call it a Service of Witness to the Resurrection (WTR).

            Healthy Kid Kits Arrive in Haiti
            04.12.17 | Stories

            White Memorial members provided 900 Healthy Kid Kits to children in Haiti. Shipping items to Haiti was so problematic that a group of 11 members hand delivered the gift.

              Generosity as Devotion
              03.01.17 | Stories | by Christopher Edmonston

              Generosity, Devotion and Lenten Grace When we think of Lent, grace is not the first thing which comes to mind. Lent brings forward the practice of penitence. Lent calls us to consider our brokenness, our mortality, and our finitude. Sometimes...