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Updated May 11, 2022
Masks Encouraged but Optional, Pews Open, Refreshments after Worship, Small Groups May Eat!
That about sums it up – we’re greatly easing up on our COVID safety protocols, however we are ready to pivot back to previous protocols should the situation in Lincoln/Lancaster County warrant it. As always, be kind to one another.
Some among us live with circumstances that still require
extra caution and/or special accommodation. Please respect those who make different choices than our own. Continue to demonstrate inclusive behavior by adjusting your behavior to better match those who are most vulnerable around you.
May 16, 6:00 pm
St. Mark’s United Methodist Church
Come to the Bible study on May 16 to learn about the call to justice, and to hear about the next steps for this exciting ministry. We would love to have a big turnout from our church! Click the link below for more information and to hear Pastor Sue’s Invitation!
Beginning June 6th at 7:00 pm via Zoom
The Book of Revelation: Puzzling? Mystical? Scary? We avoid studying (or even reading!) the Revelation of Jesus Christ because we imagine the worst – getting lost in fantastic imagery, living through the end- of-world trials, and being “left behind.”
The zoom study will be held each Monday evening from 7-8pm, beginning June 6. Our study text is: Interpretation Bible Studies: Revelation by Rev. Dr. William C. Pender
The labyrinth is an ancient spiritual practice that goes back thousands of years. Unlike a maze, there is only one way in, and one way out, as you trace a continuous path that twists and turns, finally arriving at the center.
First Presbyterian Church now has a labyrinth. You can find it in Great Hall. We do ask that you wear the coverings for your shoes AND socks, as we remember that it is holy ground. (Coverings will be available in Great Hall.) There will be guides for use of the Labyrinth, including meditation suggestions to make your experience more meaningful.
All are welcome.
The Labyrinth is available for use on Sunday mornings and whenever the main office is open.
Cheryl Rennick joined us for what was intended to be a short time, and that short time has turned into several years. She is ready to retire, so that means we are looking for a new Finance Administrator.
The Finance Administrator is responsible for the overall financial life of the church and Foundation in terms of record-keeping, accounting, payables, payroll, reporting, and working directly with other staff responsible for receiving and recording deposits. This is a part time job, 20 hours per week, with a flexible schedule.
If you know of anyone who might be interested, please direct them to more info on our website: https://fpclincoln.org/job-openings/
If you are needing prayer, please let us know!
Text the word PRAY to 402-235-9510 or e-mail Pray@fpclincoln.org
Or you can go to the Prayer Chapel
Do you feel called to pray for others? Please contact the church office at 402-477-6037 or e-mail Carrie at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
CLICK HERE for ways to give.
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.