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Category Archives: Small Groups

  1. We all have questions

    We’ve all had the thoughts. You know, the ones that you have late at night when you can’t get to sleep, or during those moments when life isn’t going very well. “There’s got to be more to this life than I see and what I experience.”

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  2. Men’s, women’s small groups starting again

    The men’s and women’s weekly Bible studies are starting after Labor Day.

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  3. 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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  4. Sharing living water in Haiti

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

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  5. 6 Questions for Sunday School Teacher Scott Dove

    Scott Dove is a faithful Sunday school teacher at First Presbyterian. We wanted to know why he teaches and why the ministry is so important to him.

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  6. Women’s Bible Study: An Hour In the Word

    It’s one of my favorite hours of the week. One hour of uninterrupted time when I can study the Bible with other Christian women.

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  7. Here’s a way your small group can serve others

    A couple’s small group has found a way to incorporate service into the life of the group. For eight years, the group has volunteered for Open Doors, a roving homeless shelter than sometimes is located at First Presbyterian.

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  8. Small group for engaged and newly married couples

    A new young couple in our church, Kelsey Rockey and Carl Larsson, have volunteered to facilitate a small group for engaged and newly married couples.

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  9. Men’s study: Early, but worth it

    By Mark Graham I am not a morning person. I really am a night owl. But every Thursday morning, at 6:30 a.m., a group of about 50 committed men meet in Showker Hall to study the scriptures together with Jon Heeringa as our Bible scholar. It is excellent.

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