Current Events

09.23.2018

September 23: Worship a 10:00 a.m.

               9:00 a.m. Adult Sunday School: "Living as Peacemakers in a Violent World: Making Peace in the Family"

               11:30 a.m.  Senior High Youth Group and Koinonia Middle School Fellowship begin again

09.30.2018

September 30:  Homecoming Sunday Worship at 10:00 a.m, with Rev. Tom Robinson, former Associate Minister at our church, preaching (Tom is the only living former pastor of our church).  A time for people who have moved away or moved on 

               to come back and celebrate our church family and friendships.  We will have a Potluck Lunch directly after worship, so please bring something to share.

               9:00 a.m. Adult Sunday School: "Living as Peacemakers in a Violent World: Countering Bullying"

10.07.2018

October 7:  Worship at 10:00 a.m. with Guest Stewardship Preacher, Rev. Drew Ludwig, formerly Pastor of Lafayette Presbyterian Church in Buffalo, and now Hospice Chaplain.

               9:00 a.m. Adult Sunday School: "Living as Peacemakers in a Violent World: Poverty as Violence"

10.14.2018

October 14: Consecration Sunday Worship at 10:00 a.m. when we present our pledges of faithful giving for 2019. Our theme:  "Gratitude: The Heart of Stewardship."

               9:00 a.m. Adult Sunday School: "Living as Peacemakers in a Violent World: Justice without Vengeance"

 

Mission Tree

In September 2008, the mission committee of First Presbyterian Church put up a display of all the missions our church supports over the year. It is in the form of a tree and is meant to focus are mission giving in a very visual manner.


The roots of the tree are the people of the church, the trunk is the church, the branches our committee’s and organizations and each leaf a different mission. The banner is made from fabric and felt. The leaves are double sided and different colors, one side is green and the opposite side is pink. Each month those missions which are featured as our giving opportunity are turned to their pink side. The rest of the year they show their green side. Our tree was finished, with all its leaves in August of 2009.