DPC In Action

For the second year in a row, we welcomed the new season with a joyous outdoor worship service along Mechanics Street. Enjoy these splendid photos from members George Segelken and Jeff Toner!

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Please enjoy these joyous photos for the 50th Anniversary of Scottish Communion taken by the talented George Segelken (along with a couple from Pastor Becca)!

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DPC member Trip Fisher, who was raised in the church, recently returned after decades away. As a new Deacon, Trip is following in the footsteps of his father. He shares some details of how his mother served as a model of compassion and how her actions still guide him throughout his life.

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In today’s entry we let images tell the story. Our crew remains hard at work, helping at the Community Pantry in Gallup while also taking time to fully explore and appreciate the surrounding land and culture!

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Today, the Reverend Christen Blore checks in with an up-close look at the work being done at the pantry and offers some insight into other experiences from the crew as they explore the region.

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In this week’s edition of Bridges and Beacons, DPC member Justine Frank tells us about an unexpected act of compassion that still affects her years later. Justine also explains that while she sometimes feels like a square peg in a round hole, she remains confident that Jesus the carpenter will know how to use her.

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Once again we are following along with the DPC members who have traveled out to New Mexico to learn about culture, observe God’s natural creations across the beautiful landscape, and – most importantly – to help those in need by volunteering at the Community Pantry in Gallup. During the trip, our group is being led […]

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This week we hear from Andy and Tanner Benson, who serves as a DPC Elder. The couple describes the pure excitement in their two young boys for coming to church, being with friends, and learning about God each Sunday. Tanner identifies two church members who she views as “Compassion Icons” and Andy explains how the […]

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Becca continues our reflection on what it means to be a bridge for Christ and a beacon of His love. In this week’s devotional, she encourages us to consider how “the church engaging in a changing world is the church.”

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