William Mercer Green Planned Giving Society – Reception and Organ Concert

All are invited to the William Mercer Green Planned Giving Society reception and concert on Friday, March 16 at 6 p.m.

A reception and social in the Great Hall will be followed by an organ recital featuring our own Dr. David Danielson Eaton in the church.

Since its inception, the Chapel of the Cross has been buoyed by visionary leadership, by people who could see beyond the present to the great things that our parish could be and do in the world.

William Mercer Green, whom we think of as our “founding priest,” was the first of those visionary leaders.  Not only did he lead with intangible gifts, he also provided the kiln to fire the original bricks of our chapel.

To that end, we have created the William Mercer Green Society to recognize those who have made planned gifts to the Chapel of the Cross, as well as to educate those who are interested in supporting COTC ministries in perpetuity.

Everyone is invited to the reception and the concert.  Please let us know if you plan to attend.  Email wmabe@thechapelofthecross.org or phone 919-442-2566.

Project 5000

Two thousand years after Jesus fed hungry people there are still people who need to be fed physically and spiritually. Through this project we work with the Inter-Faith Council Food Pantry to provide food to those in need in our community. Here is a way you can share God’s love!

Boxes for canned goods will be available in the Great Hall from Feb. 14 – March 18.  Each box will have a list of items to purchase.  Bring the full box back to the Chapel of the Cross prior to March 20.  Do not seal the top of the box.