One of FPC’s littlest worshipers!
Derek Johnson shared this video of his son, Rocky, movin’ and groovin’ to the Sunday worship team music. Enjoy!
Join us for Chairs & Prayers
This Saturday from 4-5pm
Do you have a favorite Bible verse? It’s hard to choose just one, isn’t it? Our favorite verses serve many purposes in our life: they can comfort, inspire, teach or encourage us. It seems that now, more than ever, we need our Bibles to bring us peace of mind and strength to cope with the world around us.
Please join us for another Chairs and Prayers gathering this Saturday, August 8, at 4:00 pm, and plan to share a Bible verse that is meaningful to you. In addition to our fellowship, we’ll open and close the meeting with prayer. It is our hope that you will leave our meeting feeling refreshed by fellowship and encouraged in your continuing faith. We look forward to seeing you there!
Book club Invitation from First Presbyterian Church on Vimeo.
Christa Schmeelk, Director of Family Ministry is excited to announce that 27 people have now signed up for this book group.
- Group 1: Read the first half of the book and meet in September to discuss. Then, read the second half and meet in October to discuss.
- Group 2: Read book in entirety. Meet multiple times the fall to watch additional videos by the author and discuss topics from the book.
Groups will be scheduled in August. State and county requirements will determine if there will be any in-person option. Want more information or have additional questions? Email Christa below:
Catch up on the Children’s Moment
Did you miss last week’s Children’s Moment in the service? Or maybe you’d like to watch it again? We will now be making each week’s Children’s moment available in it’s own separate video in the Connector. Enjoy!
Video Devotional: “The Merton Prayer”
Bethel Series Executive Director and FPC member, Rev. Jeff Quinto’s devotion this week is based on “The Merton Prayer” by Thomas Merton.
For Your Calendar:
We know the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone—raising the level of fear, stress, and anxiety for people all over the world and underscoring the importance of caring ministry. As a Stephen Ministry congregation, we equip and empower lay caregivers to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care. Our commitment to this ministry is extrememly important during these uncertain times.
If you, or someone you know, could benefit from this ministry, contact the church office.
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