Tuesday, January 15
9:00 am   PEO
10:00 am   Prayer Group
1:30 pm   Dulcimers
1:30 pm   Quadrangle Book Club
6:30 pm   Mission Committee
7:00 pm   Barbershoppers

Wednesday, January 16
5:30 pm   LOGOS

Thursday, January 17
9:00 am   Bible Study
10:00 am   Men's Prayer Group

Sunday, January 20

8:30 am   Adult Bible Study
9:30 am   Worship Service
9:45 am   Children's Church
3:00 pm   Youth Group


Annual Congregational Meeting
Sunday - January 27th

The Presbyterian Women are hosting a soup supper in conjunction with the Annual Congregational Meeting.  Please plan to attend.



"OUR" Three Kings made an appearance on Epiphany Sunday, January 6, 2019.

We were very blessed to have them visit on this special day.




Mark your calendars for...

the Annual Spaghetti Dinner
scheduled for Saturday, February 16th - with serving times at 5:30 pm and 6:30 pm in the church Fellowshiip Hall.  There is a sign-up sheet for reservations in the narthex - or call the church office at 234-6722.


LOGOS Family Nights are starting on Wednesday, September 12th from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm.
LOGOS is an intergeneratonal program designed for all ages of the church to develop and foster relationships in Christ together!  Our kids' program consists of ages K-5th grade.  They will attend Bible study, learn worship arts and have recreational time.
Pastor Matthew will also be teaching a class for all the parents and adults that attend.


Mission Committee Projects:

You are invited to join the Mission Committee in collecting pink or blue plastic caps from Prairie Farms milk (gallons and half-gallons).  Leave the white stickers on.  These will be given to Habitat for Humanity, which receves cash donations for the caps.  A container is on the table in the narthex for your bottle caps.  Thanks for your hlep.


The Thursday morning Bible Study group meets at 9:00 am every Thursday morning.    The group is currently joining in a discussion of the Book of Revelation.  Everyone is invited to meet for this Bible study, no previous experience is necessary.    


The Quilt of Valor was created and proudly displayed by members of our talented church family at First Presbyterian.  This quilt will be sent to our Armed Forces in Germany to be given to a soldier who will be returning home after noble service to our country.
Pictured L to R:   Elsie Carter - Sue Montgomery - Renee Fuller



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