Simple Supper & Prayer


Sunday, July 14, 6-7:30 p.m. | Fellowship Hall

If you are able to bring a simple dish to share, that would be great but if you can’t, please come anyway.  We will eat from 6-6:30 p.m. and then break up to pray from 6:30-7:30.  

 We are hoping that Chris and Donna Rice will be able to be with us for dinner and will share briefly about their ministry in Korea and East Asia as well as their new ministry in New York City with the Mennonite Central Committee and working at the U.N. If you will need childcare, please contact David Dunderdale.

Marriage Course Info Breakfast


Sunday, July 7, 9:50-10:45 a.m. | Fellowship Hall

Curious about what happens in the Fellowship Hall on Thursday evenings? The Marriage Course leadership team will host a program (with breakfast and coffee!) on Sunday, July 7. You’ll meet the Marriage Course team, watch a brief video, and hear from those who have taken the course and/or served in this vital ministry. If you’ve ever had a nudge to see what The Marriage Course is all about, please attend. Contact: Joyce Kight..

Greece Mission Trip


Athens, Greece | October 2019

Application Form

Blacknall is planning a mission trip to Athens, Greece to support and encourage Blacknall missionaries, David & Erin Pervis, in their work in church-planting and caring for refugees. The trip will be around the dates of October 5-12.  We are looking for team members ages 16 and up who are flexible and are willing to learn and be encouragers.  

For more information, contact David Dunderdale.

Celebration Dinner


Sunday, June 9, 6 p.m. | Fellowship Hall

Come celebrate and be glad! We will enjoy a feast of good food and of reports from our own congregation and our mission partners locally, on campus, and internationally of how the lost have been found.  Come and be encouraged or come and bring your own story.  Childcare provided. Dinner is free. Contact: David Dunderdale

1st Tuesday Book Club

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June 4, 12-1:15 p.m. | Fellowship Hall

Come discuss a fascinating bit of Durham's racial history by reading The Secret Game: A Wartime Story of Courage, Change and Basketball's Lost Triumph, by Scott Ellsworth.  We will discuss the second half of the books at the June meeting. Margot will also lead an evening discussion on Tuesday, June 18, 7:30-9 p.m.

Questions? Contact Susan Kinghorn.