Opportunities for learning, fellowship & missions


Its not too late to join

GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.Please note that these sessions are very helpful for those who are 60 years and older as well.

The group will meet at 2:00PM in Room 100 for 13 weeks beginning January 12. The cost of the class is $15 (for the workbook) and scholarships are available (contact Nikki in the office).

Churchwide Lenten Study

Begins week of February 23

In All the Places To Go… How Will You Know?, bestselling author John Ortberg opens our eyes to the countless doors God places before us every day, teaches us how to recognize them, and gives us the encouragement to step out in faith and embrace all of the extraordinary opportunities that await.

So go ahead — walk through that door. You just might do something that lasts for eternity.

The study is encouraged for everyone, whether you're currently in a small group or not. Every week the sermons will center around the very same themes you'll find when you open the study.

Groups will kick off the study the week of February 23. This will be a great time to join a small group for the first time and we hope all small groups will participate in this church-wide study together.

Get connected by contacting Kevin Mercer at or Karis Jackson at  The participants guide will cost $9.

Gather a Group

If none of our existing small groups work with your schedule, why don’t you invite a few people to join you in the study. A small group can be as small as two people!

Please have all book orders into the office by February 16 at the latest.

Crop Hunger Walk

April 5

Help feed people hungry people around the world and in Durham! The 46th annual Durham CROP Hunger Walk will be held on Sunday, April 5th at 2:30 p.m. at Duke Chapel. This year the walk will be a similar, but shorter (5K) route. Money raised by walkers goes to Church World Service, an international relief organization, and 25% of funds raised are returned to hunger fighting agencies in Durham. Once you're signed up you can send emails out asking people to sponsor you....or ask friends, neighbors, co-workers and people at church to sponsor you with cash donations or checks made out to Church World Service/CROP. Email Jenny Shafer at with questions.

Ministry Team Dinner &

Ash Wednesday Service


February 26


Come enjoy a great meal, followed by a brief service and communion in the FLC.

Dinner will be served from 6:00-6:30PM 

Ministry Teams will meet from 7:00-8:00PM 

(childcare available beginning at 6:30PM).

Ministry Team Night is usually the first Wednesday of each month, September through May (except for December).  A full meal is prepared at the church by our “MTN Meal Team” and is offered for $6.00 per person for middle school and up and $2.00 per child ($20.00 family cap).  The meal is served from 6:00-6:45PM. 

At 7:00PM, after enjoying dinner and conversation with other members of the church, you are invited to join one of the ministry teams as they meet for one hour.  During team meetings, children’s programming is offered so that all adult members of the church will have opportunity to participate in the ongoing work of the church through one of the ministry teams.


Menu: Lasagna, salad bar, rolls, hot dogs & dessert

Divorce Care



Its not too late to Join


DivorceCare is a special support group where you can find help as you recover from the hurt of separation or divorce.


DivoreCare for Kids


Its not too late to Join

DC4K is a special group designed  to help children with the separation or divorce of their parents. At our weekly DC4K groups, kids make friends with other kids who understand how they feel and the things they are going through because of the divorce of their parents. Best of all, children will learn how God’s love can strengthen them and help turn tears into hope and joy!

Inquirer's Class

Begins February 23 - 10:00AM

This special class is taught periodically through the year by the Pastor and is geared especially toward those who have questions about the life and ministry of Triangle Grace Church.  We will explore such things as: what it means to be a Presbyterian, what programs are offered through this church, where did this church come from and what is the vision for the future.

If you are a life-long Presbyterian or you’re brand new to the church, it matters not.  Come and join the Pastor as we explore together the possibilities of worship and service through the ministry of this church.

Meal Ministry

Do you like to cook?

Triangle Grace has a ministry to meet that need.  Through the Meal Train website, we connect folks who like to cook with folks who need to eat.

When babies are born, or surgeries happen, or accidents lay us low,  the Meal Train gang comes along side of these folks to meet their needs.

Contact Nikki Goss at and she will add your e-mail address to the list of volunteers, and you will be notified when a need arises.