A Movement for Wholeness

We are a thriving congregation near the heart of Greensboro, North Carolina.
Our members bring a diversity of opinions and beliefs about all kinds of things–politics, social issues, theology–and we think that’s good.

We’re an inter-generational church. We’re newborn babies and people pushing 100 and everybody in between, and everybody has a place. We like to
think about our faith and what it means for our lives. We don’t pretend to have all the answers, and if you join us, you’ll have to think for yourself.

We embrace all people at any point in their faith journey and recognize each person’s spiritual gifts.  We proclaim God’s inclusive welcome to the
Communion Table, and affirm that full and equal participation in the life, leadership, ministry and fellowship of our church is open to all.
We seek to continue to learn and grow in our efforts to be a movement for wholeness in a fragmented world.

So much is happening this year! Read our blog, listen to sermons, get involved.

News, Updates & Events

Midweek Message: Legato

by Lee Hull Moses-- Last Sunday, our congregation did two important things: we adopted an open and affirming statement that proclaims clearly that all are welcome at our church, and we revised our bylaws so that our organizational structures more accurately reflect who we are and how we do … Read More →

Every Thursday

On Thursday evenings at 7 p.m., a group gathers at a local restaurant or pub or at someone’s home for casual, informal conversation. There is not a planned topic for Thursdays. We show up: some of us eat dinner, some of us have a drink, some of us eat at home and stop by for conversation (or hugs), … Read More →

Midweek Message: Cheering for Teachers

My kids are out of school today. There’s a huge rally for educators planned in the state capital as the legislature opens its new session, and thousands of teachers are expected to be there instead of in class. It’s not a strike; organizers of the rally were careful to encourage teachers to request … Read More →