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FPC is seeking a qualified applicant to encourage and nurture the spiritual growth of youth in grades 6-12 by building and maintaining relationships with and among the youth and their families.
Applicant must be flexible, dependable, mature, able to communicate well, and able to work well with both youth and adults. Must profess a personal faith in Jesus Christ and must be able to communicate that faith effectively. Knowledge of adolescent development phases, new communication and signup technologies, Reformed Theology, and Presbyterian Polity are plusses, but not requirements. We will work with the hired candidate to provide proper training in these areas.
For more information, or to apply, click HERE
A meaning of apocalypse is: to uncover, to reveal. Life today with Covid19 is apocalyptic- exposing the depth of our societal weaknesses and delusions. At the same time, it offers promise for real and substantive change. Are we listening?
The 2020 Summer Soul-stice series, in the time of pandemic, examines our brave new world and the crucial work of:
- naming our losses and grieving what we must let go
- finding courage to set foundations for new community, locally, nationally and globally, where LIFE truly matters
- listening to one another for the possibilities of change that each of us must bring home and into our personal lives
For more information on Summer Soul-stice, and to view this video series, click HERE
At the June Trustee meeting, Trustees discussed making the pews that were removed from the sanctuary for the re-spacing project, available to the congregation, to take home for a suggested donation of $100 each for all sizes.
Currently, we have the following quantity and sizes available:
3 Medium: 98 3/4 inches wide x 38 3/4 inches tall (no pics
6 Large: 145 1/2 inches wide x 38 3/4 inches tall
These will be available first come, first serve. Please call the church office to arrange a time for pickup. You must provide able bodies to help move the pews. They are heavy.
This month's recommendations include:
One Thousand White Women by Jim Fergus
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls
The Red Tent by Anita Diamant
A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi
The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
Uglies Series by Scott Weatherfeld YA
The Nightingale by Kristen Hannah
Ragamuffin Gospel by Brendan Manning