Office will be closed on Monday, 28th for Memorial Day.

Nominating Cards have been placed in the pew racks on which church members may write the names they wish the Nominating Committee to consider for the next class of elders. Cards may be placed in the offering plates or brought to the office. Suggestions from the congregation are encouraged and greatly appreciated.

What part of church life means the most to you? Is there a ministry or program that has made a difference in your life, or a family member’s life? A planned gift to the church can keep that vital aspect of our community growing so it can bless others in the future. Check out the new planned giving webpages by clicking on the tab “GIVE” and select “Planned Giving”. There you can learn of the many planned gift options that are available.

The donations board for VBS materials and scholarships is now in the narthex. Donations of any denomination can be turned in to the church office. The children and volunteers of VBS thank you!”

Please bring your contributions for Loaves and Fishes. We will collect food items the second Sunday of every month. Items can be placed in the Narthex of the Sanctuary.

Congratulations in Christ to church member John Nowaczewski who has graduated from Union Presbyterian Seminary Charlotte, passed his ordination exams, and received a call to be pastor of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church (2201 Springdale Ave, Charlotte, NC 28203). John’s service of ordination and installation will be held at St. Andrews on Sunday, May 27th at 11am. All are invited to attend to support John in his call to become a Minister of Word and Sacrament.

A new service is being provided through the Presbyterian Psychological Services. It is a Medical Education and Consulting Service for adult medical issues, concentrating on education about illnesses for individuals, family members, medications, end of life issues, and preventative medicine. Service is by appointment only with W. Lee Fanning MD, FACP, Board certified in internal medicine and infectious disease. Dr. Fanning is recently retired, and is a member of the Sharon Presbyterian Church. For more details contact the Presbyterian Psychological Service by calling 704-554-9900.


Graduation Sunday - June 3rd, 10:30am, Sanctuary
Are you graduating this year? Sharon Presbyterian wants to honor ALL GRADUATES. If you would like to be listed in the morning's bulletin, please send your name and institution from which you will graduate to Martin Pruitt at by May 25th.

High School Graduation Breakfast - June 3rd, 9:15am, Room #6 in the Gym
It's hard to believe that May is here and the end of the school year is right around the corner. If you have a High School Senior, your church family would like to celebrate your graduate and family with a breakfast. To make reservations, please contact Lynne Koeniger at by May 31st.

Music Appreciation Sunday - June 10th, 10:30am, Sanctuary
A single service will be held in the Sanctuary and will feature a number of our music ministries here at Sharon Presbyterian. A special offering will be taken for the Esther Brown Fund, which supports special guests and music during worship services throughout the year. Plan on coming to this special and joyous celebration of our music!

Hello Summer Outdoor Service - June 17th, 10:30am (One service only)
Come join us as we welcome sweet summer! Enjoy a congregation-wide service in the grove. Dress casually, set up a lawn chair or lay down a blanket in the shade of our trees, and join in for a unique worship experience. Jeremy Garbat-Welch, one of our Mission Co-workers based in Malawi, will be our guest preacher.

Empty Nesters and Beyond! - June 24th, 11:30am, Gym ($8.00 per person)
All soon-to-be, recent, or long-term empty nesters are invited to this on-campus fellowship event. The lunch menu will be: ham, potato salad, accompanying salads, dessert, and beverage. After lunch, we will move to the chapel and for musical entertainment by Aron Stornaiuolo, a talented young guitar player with an amazing voice. To make reservations, contact Rich Frame at or 609-500-6186 or Jean McDowell at or 704-576-2311 by Wednesday, June 20th.

Playground Players Summer Theater Camp! - July 30th - August 3rd, 12-5pm, Chapel
Revivals are all the rage on BROADWAY and Playground Players is BRINGING IT! Learn to love the classics! “Hello Dolly”, “West Side Story”, “Bye-Bye Birdie”, “Oklahoma” and “Annie”! We will stage scenes and songs from these iconic Broadway blockbusters! Build costumes pieces & props and learn on stage technique! The week will conclude with a full REVIVAL REVIEW for family and friends! Open to rising 1st– 8thgraders! For more information, or to sign up, email Camp Director Erica McGee at or call 704-847-9672! You can also download forms at


Women's Bible StudyWednesdays, starting June 6th, 9:30am, Gathering Room 202
As a follow-up to last summer's sessions, we will be using the video based "Twelve More Women of the Bible". Over the summer we will learn about a different woman each week - which means if you have to miss a session, you won't really get behind. We welcome new participants, as well as old participants and returnees, church members and friends. The study guides are available through and Any questions you may contact Carol Howie at 704-578-3350 or

Shipwrecked Vacation Bible SchoolJune 18th-22nd, 9:00am-12:30pm, Entire Campus
Join us this year for Shipwrecked Vacation Bible School at Sharon Presbyterian Church! Get ready for an adventure to an uncharted island where kids are rescued by Jesus! Kids will sing and play, learn scripture, create art, and so much more! Go to to register and see a sneak peek. The age range is 4yrs through rising 7th graders. Hurry, registration ends June 3rd. Please contact Liz DeNittis for more information.


Quail Hollow Middle School is in need of proctors for the End of Year testing. We are in need of over 60 proctors per day through May 31st. We have a high need for help TUESDAY, MAY 29th (24 needed). Proctoring is a very easy job and is a very important task! Proctors are needed to report at 8:35am for a training session and will be able to leave once their testing session is completed. We anticipate ending by 1:15pm. To sign up click here or contact the school at 980-343-3620.

Alexander Graham Middle School is in need for proctors during our end-of-year testing, May 25-June 8th. Please consider helping out. Click here to sign up for date(s) and time(s). Proctors can sign up for however many days they would like to help! If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Courtney Armstrong at or call 980-343-5810 and let them know you would like to sign up to be a proctor. ?

Lemonade on the Lawn Host - Sundays, June 3rd-August 26th, 11:30am, Patio of the Sanctuary
Get your family together or grab a few friends and sign up to host a Lemonade on the Lawn. It’s simple and a fun way to meet new people. Click here to sign up.

Volunteers for VBS 2018June 18th-22nd, 9:00am-12:30pm, Entire Campus
Registration for Volunteers is available online now through June 3rd. This is a wonderful way to get involved, meet fellow church members, and have a meaningful impact on hundreds of children. Even if you can only volunteer 1 morning during the week, we would love to have you! Please contact Liz DeNittis for more information.


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  • June 2018
    HEADLINES: Busy Hands, Busy Hearts, Summer is icumen In, Five Years of Fun By Martin, Hello
    Summer Outdoor Service, Mission trip, Empty Nesters and Beyond! 
  • May 2018
    HEADLINES: Glory to God: An Introduction, Generous Gifts: Benevolence Update, Presbyterian Women's Service Project, The New Building!, Wills Emphasis Sunday
  • April 2018
    HEADLINES: Fellowship Gathering, Easter Isn't Just a Sunday - It's a Season, Going Beyond Our Community, VBS 2018, Growing to Serve Campaign Update
  • March 2018
    HEADLINES: Holy Week, The Meaning Behind It All, Meet Circle Five, 2018 Chili Cook-off Winners, Cleanup Bucket Drive, SPY Trivia Night, Happy New Year from Malawi
  • February 2018
    HEADLINES: The Season of Lent, Meet Christopher Brown, The Art of Lent, 2017 Operating Budget Results, Snowy Conditions, Donating for a Good Cause
  • January 2018
    HEADLINES: Growing with our Community, Allison Schommer Moves On, Growing to Serve Campaign Update from Rich Barefoot, Hospitality in Houses of Worship, Shepherds Spreading Christmas Cheer
  • December 2017
    HEADLINES: December Musical Events, Emmanuel: A Christmas Festival, SAMS 1st Tuesday Meal, It's Getting "Chili" Outside, SPC Fall Campout, Oh What Fun!
  • November 2017
    HEADLINES: A Day of Thanksgiving, "Super Christmas" with Erica McGee, Room In The Inn 2017, Scammers Never Rest, Camping out with SPC, Operation Christmas Child Season