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Updated January 12, 2021
Due to COVID-19, we are worshiping on- line due to an abundance of caution.
Congregational Meeting – 9:30 am via Zoom
Sunday Worship Watch Party – 10:30 am on Facebook
Sunday Worship Service – Available on our website
Sunday Sermon – Available on our website
Sunday Communion – Available on our website
Wednesday Evening Prayer – 7:15 pm on Facebook
Mondays at 7 pm, January 11 – February 1, 2021
Join us for a unique and inspiring four-part training that will help you live a more meaningful Christian life. The lessons will help guide you to live your life through Christian love and teach you how to create more meaningful relationships and how to navigate a restorative approach when dealing with conflict. Utilizing Restorative language consistently gives the framework to reinforce Christian Core Values, of mutual respect, justice, humility, compassion, hope, love and grace.
Leader: Bill Michener, Executive Director of The Lighthouse https://lincolnlighthouse.org
Contact for Questions contact Sue at email@example.com
Join by Computer, Tablet, or Phone
Our Nominating Committee has done an outstanding job seeking out those they believe God is calling to help lead our church in the coming years, and on Sunday, January 17, we will have an opportunity to confirm that calling by electing them to be elders and deacons in First Presbyterian Church.
This is an important meeting, so I hope you will join in. We will be meeting over zoom, which means that you will be able to enter the meeting by computer, tablet, and even regular telephone.
Jan 13 – Waking Up White and Finding Myself in the Story of Race, by Debbi Irving
Feb 10 – White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism, by Robin DiAngelo
No one wants to think they are racist – but what do we do when we are white, and we are being bombarded with messages that we are racist? What we’re learning is that racism isn’t just an attitude or a choice, it is something that affects the very air we breathe. Join us as we read Waking Up White and White Fragility, and talk about what it says to us, how we respond to what we read, and what we will do with what we learn.
We’ll meet over zoom. Click here for the link
Thank you for your continued support of the ministry and work of First Presbyterian Church.
If you would like to be a part of our work through your financial gifts, you can give by mail, text or e-gift.
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Would you like to volunteer? Contact our office and we’ll talk about ways you can use your passion for Christ’s ministry through this church.