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Friendship Community Partnership Meeting

  All are welcome at the next Friendship Community Partnership meeting at Collins Grove United Methodist Church, 210 Collins Grove Church Rd, Greensboro, NC 27410. We’ll be planning our annual summer cookout, Harvest Festival, and October trip. Come join us, bring a snack (optional), meet new people and share ideas of how our partnership can benefit the community. For more info contact CH Holcombe, Marchesa Newlin, Rick Tunkel, Cheryl Buehler.

FCP Annual Cookout & Talent Show

Collins Grove United Methodist Church 5210 Collins Grove Church Rd., Greensboro, United States

Collins Grove United Methodist Church

Annual Community Partnership Harvest Festival

New Garden Friends Meeting 801 New Garden Road, Greensboro, North Carolina

Join members of five churches in the Friendship Community Partnership at New Garden for a great time! We’ll have lunch, participate in table games, including a sweet potato “beauty” contest, and enjoy a talent/variety show. We’ll also have sweet potato dishes for sale – cakes, pies, breads, salads – anything as long as it contains sweet potatoes! All ages welcome. What to bring: – a lunch dish to share – a sweet potato dish to…

A&T Performance of “Dot”

North Carolina A&T State University Greensboro, North Carolina

Paul Robeson Theater on the campus of A&T University / The Friendship Community Partnership is organizing a group to attend the comedy Dot which is about a family whose mother has Alzheimer’s. The play will be presented at the A&T State University Theater on Saturday, December 1 at 3 p.m. If we get 10 or more folks to go, prices will be under $10. We want to attend the matinee at 3 p.m. on Saturday. Please…

Friendship Community Partnership Annual Collaborative Service

Raleigh's Crossroads United Methodist Church 715 Guilford College Road, Greensboro, NC, United States

Raleigh's Crossroads United Methodist Church, 715 Guilford College Road, Greensboro, NC 27419. You are invited to the Annual Collaborative Service of the Friendship Community Partnership of churches. A simple meal of soup and bread will be served with desserts and drinks after the worship. For more info, contact C. H. Holcombe, Cheryl Buehler, Rick Tunkel or New Garden Friends Meeting office.

Friendship Community Partnership Meeting

New Garden Friends Meeting 801 New Garden Road, Greensboro, North Carolina

Fellowship Hall / We will have all five pastors from the Friendship Community Partnership churches present, to help us discuss the relevance and the future of FCP. Shall we continue the partnership? What is working and what is not? What might be our future focus? Bring a finger food, if you are able. Contacts: CH Holcombe, Rick Tunkel or Cheryl Buehler.

Annual Friendship Community Partnership Picnic

New Garden Friends Meeting 801 New Garden Road, Greensboro, North Carolina

The annual Friendship Community Partnership picnic will be held at New Garden Friends Meeting on Sunday, August 18, starting at 3 p.m. Burgers and hot dogs will be served. Bring a covered dish to share. There will be music, games, fellowship, and a graveyard tour with Max Carter. Anyone willing to volunteer for this event, please email Rick Tunkel.

Friendship Community Partnership / Underground Railroad Tour

New Garden Friends Meeting 801 New Garden Road, Greensboro, North Carolina

Friendship Community Partnership is sponsoring an Underground Railroad Tour in the Guilford College Woods. Meet in the New Garden Friends Meeting parking lot. The tour is .6 mile on unpaved wooded trail and takes 1 - 1.5 hours. For more information, and to reserve a spot, contact : Kate Hood Seel or 336-455-2591. Participating churches; Collins Grove United Methodist, New Garden Friends Meeting, Persimmon Grove AME, Raleigh’s Crossroads United Methodist, and St. Barnabas Episcopal.

Navigating Technology / Generation 2 Generation

New Garden Friends Meeting 801 New Garden Road, Greensboro, North Carolina

Fellowship Hall Does your smart phone make you feel... well, not so smart? Do you need help with your tablets, laptops, email, and social media? Whatever your daily technology needs, we can help! G2G, or Generation 2 Generation, is a program that is designed and sponsored by the Friends Community Partnership. Youth from FCP churches will join us to help older friends learn how to better navigate their technology. This is a wonderful opportunity to…