DPC In Action

In today’s devotional, Mark Helms reflects on the hymn “Ah, Holy Jesus” as our Lenten journey culminates during Holy Week. Mark dissects the deeply moving lyrics which were paraphrased by English poet Robert Bridges based off a German text and tune penned centuries prior. Mark also details the various online and in-person offerings planned for […]

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Recognizing that the hope we have in Christ is lived out in our hope for one another, we respond with gifts that help our sisters and brothers around the world find the hope for a brighter future.

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In Part 2 of our Bridges and Beacons Anniversary Special we pay tribute to all of the DPC members who served as guest leaders during the first year of the devotional.

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Today we begin our celebration of the one year anniversary of our video devotional series Bridges and Beacons! Stay tuned on Wednesday for a special tribute to our many guest leaders!

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Click below to read the statement in full as Pastor John reflects on the tragic events in Atlanta and racially motivated violence across the country.

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In today’s devotional, DPC’s Director of Mission and Community Outreach Erin Rizk continues to highlight our denomination’s commitment to the Self Development of People ministry. Erin describes how DPC’s support of Hunting Park Christian Academy – which provides educational opportunities for students in need – has strengthened her own faith and leads so many to […]

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DPC is hosting a drive for Good Stuff Thrift on Saturday, March 20 from 9 am to 1 pm.

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In today’s Bridges and Beacons, DPC’s Director of Mission and Community Outreach Erin Rizk reflects on how her faith is driven by God’s call to help create a world of equal opportunity and hope. Erin lifts up several of our congregation’s mission partners including CEPAD in Nicaragua and the work of Jenny and Jeb Koball […]

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With the anticipated increased availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, our DPC COVID Response Team volunteers are available to provide transportation to and from vaccine appointments, should it be needed. As always, if you have other needs (such as grocery pick-up or tech help), volunteers are ready to assist.

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Pastor John Willingham continues with this week’s theme of celebrating women making an impact in the world as he shares the story of Kizzmekia Corbett. He explains how she has become hailed as a hero for her important scientific work in the battle against COVID-19. In noting that Ms. Corbett’s takes seriously her status as […]

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