We Grow When We Give Set up a recurring online pledge via the Presbyterian Foundation, who processes payments at the lowest possible rates for us, by clicking on the above give now button. Or turn in an EFT form to our office for direct withdrawal from your bank account.
Sunday, May 6, 3pm
View a documentary on the American “boy crisis”, The Mask You Live In.
Stay for a discussion on how to raise a healthier generation of men with Pastor Matt & representatives from CARDV.
On Sundays, help those with mobility troubles and new visitors by leaving the parking lot spaces and street spaces that are in front of the church for them.
Consider carpooling. Use the lot next to the multicultural center or street parking along the park or on Madison Ave.
Rev. Matt Gough
April Challenge Offering:
Presbyterian Preschool & Childcare Center
To help children that really need our services and to make our services affordable.
Meet all needs of all children by creating enriching, engaging, and fun learning environments for all ages and all stages of development. (Using state approved curriculum and materials)
To have all children develop a life-long love of learning.
The average cost for full-time care:
$13,000 per year per child.
Our current Infant cost for care: $18,500.
Infant cost for tuition: $15,000.
How your donation helps:
Keeps infants and children off the streets and in a safe and warm environment.
Allows parents to search for work.
Helps children stay nourished.
Allows the young parent to complete school or college or other vocational training.
Apr 15 – Join us for Recycling Art Day, Church Library after Worship. Everyone is invited to create your masterpiece from recycled materials. Have fun and meet someone new. No age limits.
Apr 15 – this Sunday Interfaith Potluck Dinner, 5:30-7:30pm, Westminster House – Vegetarian potluck. Bring labels to indicate gluten or dairy free. Tableware & drinks provided; please bring your own plate/cup/silverware if possible.
The April PW Coffee scheduled for April 17 has been cancelled. We hope to reschedule our speaker this fall.
Apr 18, Brian Heron, Perbyter for Vision & Mission Potluck – 5:00pm, Potluck dinner in our Dennis Hall.
Sun. Apr 22,Rev. Rob Hagan of the Presbyterian Foundation, Worship & Presentation with Light Lunch
Learn more about planned giving to First Presbyterian Church, why it is important & how you can participate.
Carillon Revelry Bell Choir is raising money for a long-overdue refurbishment of our bells. Thanks to you and memorial money given towards music ministry, we have raised the $8,000 needed! Thank you! To keep our bells well-maintained you can continue to support the bell fund. Checks can be made to First Presbyterian Church, with a memo for â€œBell fund.â€
Flowers: Sign up to bring flowers to Worship. Flowers can then later be distributed to our homebound people! A sign-up sheet is located on the bulletin board across from the office.
Name tags: Many members and friends graciously wear name tags to be more hospitable. Temporary name tags are available in the Narthex or from an usher. If you make 1st Pres your worshipping home then let the office know and we will gladly make you a permanent one! If you have a name tag please wear one, and introduce yourself to your neighbors!
Just a reminder that there is no parking parallel to the yellow curb in the parking lot. Please only park in designated parking lot spaces or out on the street. On Sundays, parking is also available in the Multi-Cultural Center parking lot across 9th Street.
#worshipleader Is your child interested in being a part of worship? We’re always looking for kids to read or share their musical talents. Find Jonathan after worship or click the buttons in the left-hand sidebar to sign up!
To place an announcement in the Sunday bulletin send your request and exact wording (may need to be edited for space reasons) firstname.lastname@example.org
PEB EXPLORATION TRIP 2018
The Presbyterian Education Board – Pakistan Exploration Trip travel dates for 2018 will be November 8-19. During this special 20th Anniversary trip, we will celebrate all that has been accomplished since the Pakistani government returned the schools in 1998. Come meet with PEB students and staff, explore the schools and experience Pakistani culture. See how your contributions have been put to good use and witness how your generosity is making a positive impact on the children of Pakistan. If you are interested in more information regarding the Exploration Trip, talk to Tim Roach or please contact us at email@example.com
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