Safely Connected

While we may not have certainty about what next year looks like or everything that will happen, we do have clarity about who we are and why we exist. For the 2020-2021 school year the way we Love God / Love Others / Love Life is summed up in 2 words: safety and connection. If…

Pathways to Generosity

No one kicks a soccer ball to be a better kicker of soccer balls. We kick soccer balls to be better soccer players. No one spends hours at a piano to be better at pressing keys, we practice music to be better musicians. The things we practice repeatedly determine the people we are becoming. Even…

Day of Service 2020

On November 7th, DCPC members will be spreading out around our community to support and serve the amazing ministries doing God’s work in Davidson, Cornelius, Huntersville, and Charlotte. DCPC Youth are encouraged to either sign up with their families or join the Youth-specific project for Safe Alliance (a shelter for victims of domestic abuse) happening…

Middle School Corn Maze

On October 25th, all DCPC middle schoolers are invited to join us for 2 hours of getting lost and found in the 7 acre corn maze at Rural Hill Farm! Here are the details: 2-4 pm on Sunday October 25th. Masks are required for the maze. Drop off and pick up will be at Rural…

High School Corn Maze

On October 23rd, all DCPC high schoolers are invited to join us for 2 hours of getting lost and found in the 7 acre corn maze at Rural Hill Farm! Here are the details: 7:30-9:30 pm on Friday October 23rd. Masks are required for the maze. Drop off and pick up will be at Rural…

New Series: More Than a #

We’re starting a new series this Sunday called More Than a Hashtag. Here’s what it’s all about: Our world is not as it should be. There is pain, evil, and injustice all around us. In the age of social media, it is easier than ever to stay informed about all sorts of injustices, but is…

Crop Walk (Updated 10/6)

Join us for the 2020 Crop Walk! Like everything else this year, it’s going to be smaller and socially-distant, but it might be more important now than any previous year. That’s because Crop Walk is a fundraiser that helps end hunger in our community and across the world. As you can imagine, there is so…

Trending/I Have Questions: Arguing

On Sunday October 4th, DCPC Youth will be diving into a hot topic: how do we argue well? Obviously it’s easy to be right, but is being right all that matters? Maybe there’s more to arguing well then getting your point across. Or as Ruth Bader Ginsburg put it, “Fight for the things that you…

Join Our Team!

We have an incredible opportunity ahead of this year with our teenagers needing a safe connection with peers, adults, and God. But we also have a huge need: for leaders to help make those connections happen. If you are an adult with talents, gifts, or passions that might be invaluable to our leadership team, please…

Cookie Competition

Calling all families! On Sunday August 2, DCPC Youth will be hosting a cookie competition for youth and families. Official competition rules: Youth families must work together to bake two dozen cookies (SGL families are welcome to participate too). You are encouraged to use your favorite family recipe! Families should document the process with photos…

Just Mercy Discussion Groups

Continuing conversations on race, racism, and our call as Christians to love others is incredibly important right now. Just Mercy, a recent movie based on real events, tackles those topics extremely well and is free to rent during the month of June. That’s why we’re inviting everyone to watch the film and then join the…