It's Still Christmas!

Worship with us Sunday, December 29 at 10:00 AM! Sing Christmas carols accompanied by our praise band, and reflect on stories of Jesus and his family. The video has more details: #FirstPresbyterianChurchColumbiaMO #Christmas #Worship

Christmas Eve Sermon

Luke 2:1–20 In Need of a Savior I like to think of myself as a decent swimmer, but on two occasions when I was younger I nearly drowned. Once was when I was a teenager. My sister and I got caught in a rip tide on a deserted stretch of beach in North Carolina. We managed to swim to shore safely, but the other time was a few years later in the Firehole River in Yellowstone National Park. The snow melt that feeds the river is warmed by the geysers and hot springs in the park. There’s a spot where the river cascades down some smooth rocks, picks up speed as it flows through a narrow gorge and then empties into a wide and very deep pool before continuing on its way. My friends and I went swimming

Christmas Is Coming...

In Jesus Christ, God is with us! Let's celebrate his birth together on December 22. Watch the video for all the Sunday goodness on tap: #FirstPresbyterianChurchColumbiaMO #worship #Christmas #Advent

Joy to the World!

Sunday's worship theme is joy. Worship with us at 9:30 or 11:00! Watch the video for all the details: #FirstPresbyterianChurchColumbiaMO #worship #joy #HandelsMessiah

Burning Desire

There was this guy in the Bible named John the Baptist, a wild, God-intoxicated desert dweller. He'd warn anyone who'd listen that they'd better change their ways. "Turn or burn!" he preached. He also claimed that someone greater than he was waiting in the wings. When he takes the stage, said John, he'll baptize people "with the Holy Spirit and with fire." In my sermon Sunday I spent a little time wondering what this "baptism by fire" might be. Foresters sometimes set fires intentionally on the lands they manage. These controlled burns clear the forest floor of dead wood, thus limiting the fuel for any future forest fires and limiting their potential damage. Controlled burns can also stimula

Another artsy Sunday Celebration at FPC!

Arts and crafts in the Welcome Center; Maria Trevor playing the harp at the 11:00 AM service, and so much more! The video has all the details: (Parking's thataway!) #Advent #Worship #FirstPresbyterianChurchColumbiaMO #Peace

Commitment and Connection

Watch and hear how Sally's lifelong commitment to the Church has helped her connect with God. And if you haven't done so already, make a commitment to First Presbyterian's operating budget for 2020, and experience a closer connection to God and your sisters and brothers in Christ!

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Columbia, MO 65201

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