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Happening in 
November
125 South Selma Road
Wendell, NC 27591
919-365-7979
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Presbyterian Church
We strive to be a vital, transformational and inclusive congregation of disciples of Jesus Christ, discerning and responding to God's spirit in the world. Come join us.
Our transitional pastor is the Reverend Debbie Osterhoudt
 478-363-2010  Revdeb2017@gmail.com
Our Administrative Assistant is Wendy Taylor
(covsecty1@raleigh.twcbc.com). 
Choir director-Wanda Ramm (wjramm1@gmail.com)
    Welcome to Covenant Presbyterian Church in Wendell, North Carolina. We're glad you found us and hope you will look through our site and come join us for weekly activities and Sunday Worship at 11 a.m. We know you will find a caring and welcoming group of folks, worshiping God and striving to follow Christ's example in our world. 
    We are faithful members of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A, and, through it, participate in the worldwide fellowship of Christian Churches. Our purpose is to glorify God through worship, education, and service to others. 
     Established in 1956, we are an open and caring congregation, outwardly involved, as a faithful Christian witness to God's love. 
     We are located at 125 South Selma Road or call us at 919-365-7979. Check out our newsletter for this month's activities. 
    All are welcome. Please come visit us, ask us questions, and join us if you are looking for a church home. Membership is open to all who love God and believe in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. 
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        We look forward to seeing you soon. 
Youth Project Update
The Pet Fire Safety community service project was so successful we were 
able to purchase full sets of pet fire safety equipment for all three Wendell Fire Department garages and also for the Zebulon and East Wake Fire Departments! 
Thanks to everyone who supported this project!
Tuesdays in November
Bible Study - Corinthians
Join us Tuesday at 10 a.m.

Saturday, November 2
Yard Sale! 
​8 a.m. until noon in the Fellowship Hall

Sunday, November 3
All Saints Sunday
Join us at 11 a.m. worship as 
we celebrate Reformation Sunday by remembering the saints. We will remember by name those loved ones who have died over the past year. 

Saturday, November 9
Discretionary Fundraiser - Country Craft Store and Fish Fry
Advance tickets $10/plate. Catered by Off the Hook. 
11:30 until 4 p.m.

Sunday, November 17
Pastor Debbie's last Sunday with us. Join us to say good bye and wish her well at Peace Presbyterian in Greenville. 

Thursday, Nov. 21
Covenant Book Group
Angie and Tim Sherrill's home,
121 South Main, Wendell We will discuss this month's book, The Dearly Beloved by Cara Wall along with other fun topics! 
Come join us! 

Sunday, November 24
Dedication Sunday 
11 a.m. worship. 
A time to rededicate your financial support and your time and talents to Covenant and to the ministry of Jesus Christ. 


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Remember our Outreach projects
Backpack Buddy program at Carver and Food Pantry
The Backpack Buddy program provides weekend meals for kids at Carver Elementary. We need canned vegetables, snack items, breakfast bars, and small packages of cereal/oatmeal. There is an immediate need for protein items (peanut butter, tuna, meatballs, viennas) as well as soups, fruit, popcorn, and sweet snacks. We are up to 40 children needing assistance. The Food Pantry is an on-going project supplying bags of groceries to needy families in our area. Non-perishable foods are needed. Please bring food for the Backpack Buddies and Food Pantry on communion Sundays as a response to Christ's love for us. 
Saying Goodbye and looking to the future!
With heavy hearts (but a better sense of who we are) we say good bye to Pastor Debbie Osterhoudt as she completes her time with us as Interim Pastor and answers a call to work with the congregation of Peace Presbyterian in Greenville, NC. Debbie began her ministry with us in August of 2017 with a goal of helping us complete a Mission Study (including a congregation-
wide survey) so the search for a new installed pastor could begin. Debbie has 
worked with the Session, the congregation, and the Pastor Nominating
Committee as the search narrows for our next installed pastor. We will 
particularly miss her love of bible study and sharing God's word as well as her 
understanding of Presbyterian doctrine. Debbie's last Sunday with us will be 
November 17.  For the remaining time until our next installed pastor is called, 
the Presbytery of New Hope's Commission on Ministry will recommend 
someone to serve as our "Bridge Interim".  We look forward to working with 
this person to continue our ministry in this community and the world. 
Traveling mercies, Debbie! 
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