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Hanging of the Greens

It’s time to decorate the tree and who doesn’t love to decorate a Christmas tree?  Our large Christmas tree in Calvin Hall has become a tradition at First Presbyterian Church, an many look forward to seeing it decorated with lights, ornaments, bows, and garland.  This year, we’re inviting everyone to share in the fun and […]

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A Pastoral Letter

A Pastoral Letter On Rally Sunday a few weeks ago, I asked the congregation to imagine what it would be like to receive a letter from Paul written to you, encouraging you, teaching you, and telling you that he was praying for you. Since then, I have been playing with the idea of what such […]

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Habitat For Humanity

Habitat for Humanity’s InterfaithCoalition, of which First Presbyterian Church is a part, has completed work on new homes every year. You will see dedication pictures of this wonderful house and grateful family. Please watch the website for information regarding the 2018  Habitat for Humanity house.  

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Rally Sunday Was A Hit!

If you attended Rally Sunday on Sept. 11, YOU had a really fun time. Not only did you have the opportunity to learn all about the programs our church will be offering this church year, but you could see all of the possibilities of things that you could become involved in. Choir, pantry, AED training, […]

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Discipleship

Discipleship “Go, make disciples of all nations, and baptize them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” ~ Matthew 28: 19-20 In the great […]

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What an Amazing Summer….

July 10-16, 12 youth and four adults headed to Michigan for a week of mission and ministry. We worked hard all week as we did demolition, painted rooms, worked in a garden, picked up trash, played bingo at the Senior Center and played with kids at Kids Club. We also experienced the community of Benton […]

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What If?

For the first part of this summer, we have been focusing on the stories of the early church that we find relayed in the New Testament book, Acts of the Apostles. We have considered the stories of: •    The resurrection of Eutychus •   Phillip and the Ethiopian Eunuch •   Saul’s Conversion on […]

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Summertime!

If you are anything like me, you love summertime. Summer is different from any other season, and I think it is because after years schooling, we are used to the idea that we are in recess from the time between Memorial Day to around Labor Day. In U.S. Education system, we are trained from an […]

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