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The Duke Endowment awards grant to The Village Church for “Ministering to a Church in Change”

004The Village Church, a student-run, United Methodist congregation on Pfeiffer’s Misenheimer campus, has been awarded a grant from The Duke Endowment to develop and implement Ministering to a Church in Change, a leadership program for clergy and lay church leaders the Uwharrie District of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. The program will provide the training and tools necessary for boosting church vitality in congregations throughout the district.

With national and local trends indicating substantial declines, particularly in rural congregations, in baptisms, professions of faith, mission participation and other criteria that reflect a church’s ability to “…make disciples and transform the world,” as church vitality is generally defined, there exists a need for comprehensive and cost-effective training and education programs for church leaders to address and reverse decreased levels of engagement among their members.


Pfeiffer mourns the death of former trustee Mary Elizabeth Puette Francis

Mary Eliz Puette Francis headshotTrustee emeritus Mary Elizabeth Puette Francis, a longtime supporter of Pfeiffer University, died on Sat., Nov. 8, at her home at Aldersgate UMCR, Charlotte. Mrs. Francis served Pfeiffer’s board from 1999-2003 and 2004-2007and received an honorary doctorate from Pfeiffer in 1997 from President Zane Eargle.

While serving as a trustee, Mrs. Francis underwrote the establishment and endowment of the Francis Center for Servant Leadership on Pfeiffer’s Misenheimer campus. The Center, which coordinates service-related activities, programs and scholarship opportunities for Pfeiffer students, has become a university cornerstone, administering the Bonner, AmeriCorps and Francis Scholar programs.


Two former Pfeiffer students join Dr. Meyers on CEF board


CEFRecently, Dr. Patty Meyers, and several of her students attended the Christians Engaged in Faith Formation (CEF) biennial national conference in Tennessee. CEF is committed to building up leaders in faith formation so that people of all ages join together in the life of Christian discipleship.

Meyers, who serves on the group’s Board of Directors, was honored to have two of her former students join her on the board.


Pfeiffer's Magical 2014 Soccer Season

It was a fantastic season for both the women's and men's soccer teams here in 2014.


For the fourth time in five years, the women reached the Conference Carolinas championship game. Each of those four years, the Falcons squared off against the Belmont Abbey Crusaders and this time Pfeiffer came out on the short end of a 1-0 score.

The Falcons ended the year with a 12-7-2 record and sent three players - Katie Collins, Gretchen Dettlinger and Hannah Hill - to the All-Tournament team.


Meanwhile, the men's team made it to the championship game for the first time in 14 years and pulled out an exciting 1-0 win. Pfeiffer earned a berth to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history, where they will play USC-Aiken on Friday at 1:00 p.m. at the campus on Young Harris in Georgia. The winner will advance to play the hosts Sunday afternoon at 1:00 p.m.

The Falcons enter the tournament game with a 16-4-1 record, which includes a 3-2 home win over USC-Aiken earlier this year.