Congregational Church of Pinehurst (CCP), United Church of Christ is an open-minded spiritual community characterized by a passion for justice, delight in diversity, a love of music and the genuine care we have for each other. We receive with respect and nurture with intention, the gifts of all who come to us.

Rooted in the Christian faith, we nurture thoughtful conversation about spirituality and struggle with who Jesus challenges us to be. We believe there is a way to be Christian, while also deeply honoring the truth in other religions and embracing the insights of science and new knowledge.

We are an active congregation. The Church Council leads by example, providing a dynamic model of shared responsibility for decisions and action.

Sound interesting? Come explore, connect, serve and grow with us.

We Worship each Sunday at 10 AM. Children are welcome and celebrated! Light refreshments and fellowship follow.

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Sunday, February 23, 2-5pm: All Souls to the Polls

Join us and other communities of faith for early voting! The Moore County NAACP invites us to join them, our local leader for the protection of voting rights, as they take All Souls to the Polls at the Fire Station on Magnolia Rd, adjacent to Rassie Wicker Park. For more information, or to volunteer at the polls, please contact Moore County NAACP via email to: odw3220@gmail.com or call 910-603-4121. This is a non-partisan effort!

Wednesday, February 26, Noon: Ecumenical Service

All are welcome to the Noon Ecumenical Service at the Trinity AME Zion Church in Southern Pines (on Pennsylvania). Pastor Terry will be preaching. Join us with the Emmanuel Episcopal Church and Southern Pines Southern Baptist and Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church.

Wednesday, February 26, 6pm: Ash Wednesday Service

Ash Wednesday begins the season of Lent for many in the Christian Church. The forty days of fasting (not counting Sundays) may begin with the imposition of the ashes on the foreheads of the faithful. All are welcome to join us for a meaningful service that begins our walk in the wilderness in Jesus' footsteps to declare at the threshold of this season what we need not carry forward to live into God's resurrection promise.

Saturday, February 29, 9am - Noon: Biscuits and Popcorn: A Climate Mobilization Film Festival

A Southern Conference Creation Justice Network event will be presented at Elon Community UCC. The national UCC's Council for Climate Justice has issued A Kairos Call to Action, calling for churches to embody and model what is so desperately needed to address climate and inequality by developing 10-year mobilization plans to meet these crises. Following the film, our own Roger Nekton will be among 12 presenters offering presentations on local church initiatives.