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Life on Court Square

  1. 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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  2. Sharing living water in Haiti

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

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 20 new covenant partners join First Presbyterian

    Welcome to our newest covenant partners, who were recently welcomed into our First Presbyterian Church fellowship. We look forward to their partnership with us.

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  8. Lent is a time of preparation

    The Church in Antioch, which I think is a great model for our church today, was a disciplined church. Look at Acts 13:2-3; “While they were worshipping the Lord and fasting the Holy Spirit said, ‘Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.’ So after they had fasted and prayed, they placed their hands on them and sent them off.”

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  9. 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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  10. We’re helping immigrants and refugees learn English

    First Presbyterian is starting a new project to help the growing number of refugee and immigrant students as they earn English in their new community.

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