Text Updates from DCPC Youth

We had a good run with the DCPC Youth app, but we’re making a change to text messaging in order to be more effective in connecting all of our youth, parents, and leaders! Get signed up by clicking here. Here’s what we’re looking forward to with texting by FlockNote: Small Group Group Messaging Small Groups will…

New HS Series – Back to Life

We’re kicking off a new series this week all about Easter! When life gets hard and things don’t turn out the way we hoped, it’s easy to believe that God is distant and that our story is over. But Easter reminds us that just the opposite is true. Through Easter we’ll discover that Jesus is…

New MS Series: All Access

Have you ever been to a concert? Maybe you had tickets for great seats. Maybe you were in the nosebleeds. Either way, you probably noticed that everyone had the same goal in mind, to get as close as possible. There’s just something about being near the band or near the artist that makes a great concert even more fun….

Youth Sunday 2019

On Youth Sunday, 6th-12th graders will lead worship at the 9:45 and 11 am worship services on March 24th! DCPC is currently in a sermon series exploring the Lord’s Prayer and our seniors will be preaching about the line, “Give us this day our daily bread.” Here’s everything you need to know: WHEN & WHERE Youth…

Direct Message: Prayer Apps for Lent

Are you looking for a new way to hear from God or pray to God during Lent this year? Your phone is a great tool to help you connect with God, especially when you set reminders to make sure you don’t forget! Here are some favorite apps that can give you some direction when hearing from…

I Have Questions: New Series for HS

This week we’re starting a new series of standalone messages on questions your teenager may be asking. This Sunday (3/10), we’re asking the question, “Why should I care about race?” I Have Questions will continue on April 28th when we talk about self-harm. Parents, get more details on what we’re teaching and how to continue the conversation at home with…

Trending: New Series for MS

We’re starting a new series of standalone messages on topics that are trending in culture. This Sunday (March 10), we’re talking about how our diversity unites us because we all reflect the image of God. Trending continues on April 28th when we’ll talk about self-harm. Parents, get more details on what we’re teaching and how to continue the…

New Series: Playing with Fire

Have you ever thought about the power of your words? That’s what we’re talking about in our new series Playing With Fire. Our words can build someone up or leave them burned. In this series, we’ll discover that when we use our words for good, they have the power to change our lives and the lives of others for the…

Summer Trips 2019

Here’s the quick lowdown on all of our summer trips, just follow the links if you are looking for more details! Middle School Massanetta Middle School Conference (June 20-23) High School Presbyterian Youth Triennium (July 16-20) Montreat Youth Conference (July 21-27) Middle & High School Montreat Worship and Music Conference (June 23-29) Port City Project Mission Trip (July 7-13)

30 Hour Famine: Final Details

We are very excited about this weekend though and hope you are too! Here’s what you need to know: Fasting by Choice While we’re only serving one meal (Saturday dinner), no one will be prevented from drinking juice, eating bread, or eating other food that they bring. We hope everyone will step out of their…

30 Hour Famine 2019

Dates February 1-2, 2019 Times 7:00 pm – 7:00 pm Locations Davidson College Presbyterian and Davidson United Methodist Churches Cost $20 For 6th-12th Graders The 30 Hour Famine is part lock-in, part spiritual discipline, and part action against the biggest problems our world is facing. We’re going to team up with Davidson UMC’s youth ministry…

New Series: Through the Darkness

 We’re starting a new series for 6th, 7th, & 9th-12th graders on January 6th called Through the Darkness. Have you ever turned on the news only to wish you hadn’t? Or answered a phone call only to wish you could un-hear the news on the other end? Whether it’s a global disaster, a school shooting, your…