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Life on Court Square

  1. JMU Students: 3 ways you can “Be the Change”

    Hey Dukes! We’re glad to welcome freshmen and returning students to Harrisonburg and our community. We know that JMU encourages you to “Be the Change,” and we want to help you do just that.

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  2. Help immigrant, refugee families through EPIC

    We are looking for volunteers to participate in a club that will serve immigrant and refugee students ages 11-14 (grades 6 to 8) who are learning English. Volunteers will build relationships with the students, help with homework and spend time in recreation and games.

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  3. Slideshow: Cuba Mission Trip

    In July, 28 youth and adults went to Cuba to explore what God is doing there and to help with various missions. Here are some photos from their trip.

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  4. Job opening: Director of Children and Family Ministries

    First Presbyterian Church is seeking a Director of Children and Family Ministries.

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  5. Summer youth events

    It’s summer, and school is out, so First Presbyterian is giving youth several extra opportunities for fellowship and service during the summer months. Rising sixth graders are welcome to join us and be welcomed to our ministry.

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  6. Sharing living water in Haiti

    A well that First Presbyterian Church helped fund in Haiti has been built.

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  7. Becoming a captivatingly diverse church

    I’ve been writing over the past few months about how the Biblical church in Antioch provides a model for us today. So far we’ve seen how the church was distinctly Christian, radically innovative, a teaching and leadership-developing church, and a church that practiced Spiritual disciplines. Now, let’s look at how the church in Antioch, and the early church in general, was captivatingly diverse.

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  8. Fred & Me: How A Retired Missionary is Deepening my Faith

    By Brad Jenkins The first time I met Fred Morris, we shared a meal. It was the smallest meal I had eaten that week, and yet it was more filling than a feast.

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  9. Holy Week Services and Events

    First Presbyterian Church will mark Holy Week, the week when we remember Christ’s last week before his crucifixion and resurrection, with several events.

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  10. Seeing the Messiah in the Passover

    As we prepare for Holy Week and, specifically, Maudy Thursday, that night when Jesus instituted the Lord’s Supper in the Upper Room, we have an opportunity to reach back and see the deeply historic significance of the meal.

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