First Presbyterian hosted the community Lenten luncheon. Here are some pictures of the event. Thank you to Terry Crickenberger photographer extraordinaire!
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Special points of interest:
Evangelism Workshop with Dr. John Vest
Cooks Creek History
May Presbytery Meeting Conversations
Moffett Fund Recipients
Events and Happenings around the presbytery
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The American Boychoir concert was given on March 10th. We had an wonderful pot luck dinner then enjoyed the amazing concert.
On Friday, March 10th at 7pm, the internationally acclaimed American Boychoir of Princeton, New Jersey, will conclude their first tour of 2017 with a Dr. Seuss-themed program, Oh, The Places We’ll Go. Since their inception in Read More…
Lenten Luncheons will begin on March 8th and continue until April 5th.
Everyone is welcome!
Date Location Speaker
3/8 St. John’s Catholic First Presbyterian, Rev. Chapman
3/15 Westminster Presbyterian Read More…
Four-cents-a-meal originated in 1976 as “Two-Cents-A-Meal,” a project begun by Presbyterian Women to involve individuals and families in a corporate response to world hunger.
First Presbyterian has adopted Four-Cents-A-Meal. The money collected benefits not only the FPC Read More…
New Books for the Lenten Season
FEBRUARY 1, 2017
Westminster John Knox Press
Two new resources for Lent are now available from Westminster John Knox Press. A Way other than Our Own by Walter Brueggemann and The Sign and the Sacrifice by Read More…
Long road to recovery ahead
by Rick Jones | Presbyterian News Service
LOUISVILLE – Residents along the deep south and Gulf Coast have begun to dig out from the damage left behind following an outbreak of tornadoes over the Read More…
Early Christians spread the gospel in the shadow of the Roman empire—and Christians today are called to meet a resurgence of fascism and racism with something more powerful: the good news of God’s love.
This was the Read More…