Late Tuesday afternoon I went out the front doors of the church to retrieve the chalk and the sign board inviting passers-by to "chalk about gratitude" on the sidewalk. I found more than chalk. I found a crowd gathering. It turns out that First Presbyterian Church is a Pokemon gym, and the crowd--young and old, white and black--was forming to do battle. "Wait!" one competitor cried. "Can I have a piece of chalk?" "Sure," I said. And this is what he wrote on the sidewalk: I as
Close out your Thanksgiving weekend by worshiping with us on November 26! It's also the best way to close out the Christian year. The Christian year begins with Advent, a season of longing for Christ to come, and it ends with Christ the King Sunday, a day to celebrate Christ's lordship over creation. See the video for more details!
Greetings, friends! We hope you'll take a few moments to enjoy the latest installment of our semester-long worship video series entitled"Why Do We Do That?"! In this series, we examine the different defining practices of our Presbyterian/Reformed worship services. In this video, we hear why the Call to Worship is a meaningful and important part of our gathered worship life at FPC. Please enjoy words from Pastor Marvin Lindsay and FPC member Richard Baumann. Keep checking b