Ministry in Motion

As we give a glimpse at some of dedicated DPCers being beacons of Christ’s love, we first offer some words from our deacons, who remind us that the Home Help Corps is ready to help those in need of assistance during this holiday season!

Caregivers Corner

“My command is this: Love one another as I have loved you.” John 15:12

During the holiday season, many people struggle with sadness rather than experiencing joy. This year, let’s give PRESENTS to those who are financially in need and our PRESENCE to those who are lonely, suffering, or grieving.

Children’s Worship Time Instructor Sharon Cummings helps with a visual representation of God’s word.
We invite you to view a special video produced by PC(USA) which highlights DPC’s Matthew 25 efforts as we strive to eradicate structural racism and its intersectionality with poverty. Please visit our Matthew 25 homepage to learn more about upcoming events as part of our year-long series All Aboard Our Matthew 25 Journey.
Laura Mendelson, a Club 456 volunteer, helps some youngsters decorate cookies!
The Senior Adult Ministry Committee recently sponsored another engaging event with the Michener Art Museum. This time, DPC took over the museum with private access to all the exhibits and an exclusive talk with artist Robert Beck. “Our relationship with this wonderful museum has generated so much interest among our members and we are excited to continue collaborating with the Michener on future events,” said SAM Committee Moderator Allen Rogers.
Marty Starner is happily hard at work during a recent food drive! Volunteers collect donations under the bridge every third Sunday of each month.
The Youth Group spent some time decorating gift bags along with Youth Leader Glenn Haas.