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The American Chamber Orchestra presents its annual Spring Concert on Saturday, June 8 at 7:30 pm in the sanctuary. Music for this special concert will be by Bach, Borne, Brahms, Dvorak and Herbert. The three talented, exciting winners of the ACO 2019 Concerto Competition, playing works for flute, cello and piano, will be the featured soloists. A reception for the soloists will follow the concert in Brooks Hall. Suggested contribution is $20 for adults and $10 for students. As with other concerts in this series, a portion of the contributions goes to supporting music programs in the church. Please visit www.americanchambero...

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Pentecost Sunday commemorates the receiving of the Holy Spirit by the early church and celebrates God’s very life, breath and energy living still in believers. Pentecost is an ideal time to bring a friend to First Presby for worship and share the love of the Holy Spirit. Research affirms that 86% of new members to Protestant churches are because a member of the congregation invited them. Please invite a friend or an entire family to worship with you. And remember to wear RED which reminds us of the fire of the Holy Spirit!  

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First Presby Day, June 22

Posted on May 23, 2019 in: Fellowship

Mark your calendars and plan to join our first annual First Presby Day: A day of fellowship and faith, Saturday, June 22. First Presby Day will be a day of meaningful good works and fellowship where church members and friends come together to volunteer their time—whether painting, planting, building, or cleaning—and end the day with sharing, a potluck dinner and live music.   This is a chance to put our faith into action, to work together side-by-side helping others, which is our spiritual worship.  We encourage you to bring a friend who would enjoy the volunteer workday and/or enjoy a casu...

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The Men's Breakfast meets monthly on Saturday mornings in the Munich Room from 8:00-9:30 am. Join Erik Lindemann, Tom Groome, and Peter Mitchell for interesting discussion and delicious food. All men of the church and friends are welcome. Walking With God in the Desert: Experiencing Living Water When Life is Tough - with Ray Vander Laan Throughout the Bible, the desert functions as an image of discord, of loss of control, and of separation from the safety of society. Barren and deadly, the wasteland places of the text meant certain death without access to resources. Many times God led His people thr...

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