Updated: Tuesday, July 27, 4:45pm
*Corinth is open and ready to worship safely! For questions about current groups, please check with the ministry leaders: Adults: Linda Thompson, email@example.com; Youth: Paul Cummings, firstname.lastname@example.org; Children: Sharon Rowe, email@example.com.
In keeping with announcements by the CDC and Governor Cooper, Corinth is no longer asking fully vaccinated people to wear masks. Because COVID is still a risk to those unvaccinated, we continue to urge caution. We love our church family and look forward to increased opportunities to be together again in person.
Read John 4:13-26 and Romans 12:1-8 to prepare for worship. We will celebrate communion in all worship services.
Sunday, August 1
- 8:30am – Sonrise Worship Service
- 9:45am – Sunday School
- For kids in grades K-5, please use KidCheck to sign in on Sunday
- 11am – Traditional Worship
- 11am – Contemporary Worship
Visit our YouTube page to see recordings of previous worship services.
Reconnect at Corinth
We are excited to offer many opportunities for you to connect and grow spiritually either In-person, Hybrid (both in-person and zoom) or via Zoom.
- Click here to learn about Adult Sunday School
- Click here to learn about Women’s Bible Studies
- Click here to sign up for all Summer Bible Studies (Adults Men and Women)
- Click here to sign up for Life Groups, Support Groups, and Focus Groups
For more information or to sign up for any adult group, contact Linda Thompson.
Stay updated on Youth events during the summer on Corinth’s Facebook page!
Student Life Camp. Rising 7th-12th graders are invited for a week of fellowship and fun, July 25-29 at Ridgecrest. The cost is $330. Forms are available in the church office or signup online. For more info, email Abigail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Confirmation Class. Students entering grade 6 (or older) are invited to participate in the 2022 confirmation class. Confirmation is a year-long class that teaches kids the basics of our faith and prepares them to join the church upon their own profession of faith. Orientation is in late August; class begins in October and is every Wednesday at 5pm. To register or for more info, email Pastor Amy, email@example.com.
Student Life for Kids Camp. We are taking a group of rising 4th-6th graders to Presbyterian College in SC July 26-29. The cost is $269 and registration is required by May 26. To sign up contact Lauren Everley, firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Communion Class. Each September, our pastors and elders lead a 4-week class for children in 3rd grade and up, to prepare them to participate in the sacrament of Communion. The class begins at 5pm each Wednesday in September. To register your child for the class, email Pastor Amy, email@example.com.
Ways to Connect and Serve
Neighborhood Gatherings. We encourage you to gather with nearby Corinth families over the summer. We will provide you with a contact list. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in hosting a gathering.
Wednesday Night Meals. Throughout the summer, Corinth will be offering meals to help reconnect our church family. Mark your calendar for August 18 and come enjoy dinner with your church family! Donations appreciated.
Fellowship Lunch. Join us for lunch on Sunday after the 11am worship services. The next Fellowship Lunch will be August 15.
HOPE Garden. We need volunteers of all ages to help in the garden located behind the Mitchell House on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings 7:30-10:30am. We are expanding the garden adding blueberry and blackberry bushes and fig trees. Come see the rewards of growing food. Bring your gloves and water. No sign up required. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Men’s Golf. All Corinth men are invited to golf on Wednesday evenings over the summer. Meet at Lake Hickory Country Club by 5:45pm. Cost is $27.50 for non-members, cart included. We will play two-man scramble. RSVP to Nick Carlino, email@example.com or 208.659.6787.
Support Groups at Corinth
Anxiety Support Group — Symptoms of depression and anxiety are the two most common mental and emotional health setbacks. The best ways to overcome these challenges are through education and support. Contact Rachel Hammer, firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Cross Talk — This group is open to family and friends who have a loved one battling addiction. Contact Dr. Steve Siciliano, email@example.com for more information.
GriefShare — You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. Gain access to resources that help you recover from loss and rebuild your life. For more information email Sharon Bowman, firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Can We Help?
If you or someone you know needs assistance (errands run, medications picked up, transportation, food, etc.) OR if you are willing/able to help others in these ways, contact Patter Cross, email@example.com or call/text 828.485.7442.
If you or someone you know would appreciate a regular phone call to check up on you/them during this time of social isolation, contact Pastor Lori, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions about serving, or have other ideas of how you would like to serve, contact Patter Cross.