Welcome Back! Donut Sunday, 9.17!

  Sunday, September 17 is the opening of children’s church and so much more! We will have a special DONUT coffee hour, and are inviting everyone to bring a half-dozen of your favorite donuts to share.  You can drop them off in the kitchen before worship.  If we have a super abundance, we will share them with our friends at Lifebridge.

Mindfulness Meditation

  Join Dr. Stephanie Green who will guide you in the practice of Mindfulness, which is “non-doing” or “being”. Mindfulness permits one to see all of life’s problems more clearly through the lens of a clear mind. This six week program meets on Thursdays at 10 a.m. for one hour at Stacey Street Great Room beginning September 21st. Class fee $100, payable to Stephanie Green…. Read more »

Glimpses of Grace

  This Glimpse of Grace was shared by Dee and Annie Burgett.  Annie wrote the sonnet as a gift for Dee’s birthday.  The drawing is done by Dee.   The Sea Salt breezes blow o’er water blue and gold. It folds and dips and sways as if a hand past the horizon grasped its edge and rolled it out, creating shining swells so grand. The… Read more »

Old North Father’s Day Pig-roast and Picnic, June 18th

The Men’s Group is pleased to announce an old-fashioned pig-roast and picnic for the whole church family on Sunday, June 18, after 10 AM worship service. We’ll gather on the church parking lot. Bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on. (If it rains, we’ll gather in the Parish Hall.)   What a wonderful way to celebrate Father’s Day. Everyone is welcome!  Chief chefs… Read more »

ONC Sunday School is 200 years old!

Our Sunday School turned 200 years old on May 18th, 2017!  Twenty five of us gathered on the front steps of the church to celebrate with balloons and a special litany of blessing. We listened to a time-line of what was happening in 1817, and rung the church bell in blessing.  Afterwards we celebrated with cake and punch.  We will continue to celebrate this amazing… Read more »

Bible Sunday is April 30th

Easter Sunday, April 16th There will be no Children’s Church.  The Infant / Toddler Room will be staffed for the 11am service only.   Bible Sunday, April 30th On April 30th, the children of the 3rd grade will receive their bibles. The Children’s Church Committee would like to invite all of the families and children of Children’s Church to celebrate this special day with a… Read more »

New Orleans Youth Mission Trip

  During April Vacation Week, 20 youth and six chaperones traveled to New Orleans to engage in service and mission with Camp Restore.  We worked at Love In Action food pantry, two community gardens, Rescue Ranch (rescuing horses AND working with at risk-youth), ARC of New Orleans where we sorted Mardis Gras beads to be recycled, cleaned at , took a late night bike tour… Read more »

About our Caring Ministry

Just over two years ago, thanks to the kindness of many of you in offering to help, we set up the Caring Ministry.  The purpose of the Ministry was to offer help to senior members of Old North who found themselves in a situation where their own family or friends were unavailable to assist them.   We received a good number of requests which we were… Read more »

Children’s Church and The REAL Program Children’s Day~ A Great Success!

The Real Program of Lynn and Old North Church Children’s Day event was Saturday, April 8. Saturday’s event with our friends from the REAL Program of Lynn, was a wonderful success! Curious Creatures brought snakes, a skunk, an alligator, a chinchilla, and many other exotic critters which brought smiles, giggles, oohs and ahhhs.   Time for pizza, dancing, coloring together and sharing followed. A few children… Read more »

Lenten Series

  Lent can be a time of deep reflection and connection to the Holy within, and with each other.  At Old North, we will continue our practice of gathering for a simple meal and conversation on the Wednesdays of Lent, at 6:15 in the Great Room at Stacey Street.  This year our theme is based on our mission to connect with one another by “Telling Our Stories.”  … Read more »