Unless otherwise noted below, Chapel is held at 10:10 AM; Forum at 11:00. See the Chapel & Forum calendar for future events. There are also opportunities for Morning Prayer. 

This Week in Worship

MON | FEB 18 | CAMPBELL | Led by Senior Chapel Team/African Heritage Student Association
TUE | FEB 19 | BLC COURTYARD (HARRINGTON IF INCLEMENT WEATHER) | Led by Senior Chapel Team/African Heritage Student Association
WED | FEB 20 | ELLIS ROOM | Forum Led by AHSA - TELLING THE STORY: Pastoral Care and the Care of Women Carrying Secrets. This discussion will focus on pastoral care for women who are struggling with histories of trauma and past abortion decisions. Learn More
THUR | FEB 21 | HARRINGTON | Led by Senior Chapel Team/African Heritage Student Association
FRI | FEB 22 | HARRINGTON | Led by Senior Chapel Team /African Heritage Student Association

This Week’s Activities

TUE | FEB 19 | 12:30 - 2:30 PM | ENNEAGRAM 201 | BLC 105 | Already know your Enneagram number? Want to learn more about yourself and others? Join Kimberley Broerman, Spiritual Director, to go to the next level of your relationships. Limited to 15 people - Lunch is provided. Sign up by February 12 here.

TUE | FEB 19 | 7:15 PM | CONVERSATION WITH LOCAL AUTHOR ANNISSA GREY | DECATUR LIBRARY AUDITORIUM | Joshilyn Jackson will interview Anissa Gray about her novel The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls which is being described as The Mothers meets An American Marriage-- a dazzling debut novel about mothers and daughters, identity and family, and how the relationships that sustain you can also be the ones that consume you. Learn More

SUN | FEB 24 | 11:00 AM | WORSHIP VISIT TO EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH | Join the Office of Worship Life for a worship visit to Ebenezer Baptist Church. We'll attend the 11 AM worship service and then go out for lunch for food & conversation. Lunch provided free of cost to the first 10 people to sign up. RSVP to Alexandra Mauney if you'd like to attend.

This Week's News

FTD - FELLOWSHIP FOR THEOLOGICAL DISCUSSION | Meets every Friday, 4:30 PM at the Marlay House in Decatur. A carpool leaves the NRH parking lot at 4:15; otherwise, meet us there. Conversation is vibrant. Snacks and nonalcoholic drinks are on us!

NEW CLOTHES CLOSET HOURS FOR SPRING - Clothes for the whole family. Check out the hours here.

DID YOU KNOW? CAL has doubled their evening hours! You can now book consultations on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. The Children's Library is open!  Come enjoy the space!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT THRESHOLD MINISTRIES | Decatur Presybyterian Church’s ministry for the homeless is in need of additional volunteers. Put your pastoral care skills to work on Monday or Thursday mornings serving the homeless of our own community. Listen, provide hospitality, offer resources to our neighbors. Interested? Contact Ellen Gallow, Coordinator

EXHIBIT HONOR ELLA MAE PHELPS CELEBRATING AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH | The C. Benton Kline, Jr. Special Collections and Archives and the John Bulow Campbell Library invite you to the reading room to view a new exhibit, “Tireless Energy and Enviable Service.” The exhibit highlights the work of Ella Mae Phelps, a lifelong member of Grace Presbyterian Church, a historically African American congregation in Winston-Salem, NC. The exhibit features photos, scrapbooks, and buttons (!) from Phelps’ archival papers and will be on display through the end of February.

ART EXHIBIT IN HARRINGTON CENTER | Our Home Is The Holy Land, selections from “Through the Checkpoint” and “Children of Bethlehem,” multi-media projects will be housed on the second floor of the Harrington Center on campus during the spring semester from February 3-March 18, 2019. Visitors are welcome to view the exhibit between 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday – Friday. For more information about the exhibit, call 404-687-4577 or e-mail lifelonglearning@ctsnet.edu.

CTS FOOD SERVICES SURVEY | Please help us assess and improve food services at CTS. Take 10 minutes to share your experience of CTS Food Services (Aramark). Your responses are both anonymous and confidential. The survey will be available through Friday, March 1 at 4:30pm. Click here to take the survey. If you have questions or concerns, contact Khalfani Lawson.

CTS GARDEN | Do you love fresh vegetables and herbs? Love to garden?Looking for a place to contribute compostables? The CTS community garden, sponsored by SAGE, needs you! Individual plots available for lease. Learn More

MONDAY MEDITATION | HARRINGTON CENTER BOARD ROOM | 7:30 - 8:00 AM | A time of silence, stillness and restoration. Meditation is a spiritual practice where one or more participants create a space to "be still." Why meditate? Meditation can bring a greater sense of peace and well being. Meditation is an offering of (and for) ourselves, in mind, body and spirit. It is a place where we come to just "be" in the quiet stillness of God's presence. Come meditate every Monday when classes are in session !