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We worship every Sunday at 11:00, both in person and on Facebook live.

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Worship with us today – April 18

Christ is risen! He is risen indeed!

It’s week two of our series, Courage: Jesus and the Call to Brave Faith, inspired by the book of the same name. Today our focus is on the difference having conviction makes. When you certain about some bedrock principles and the call on your heart, courageous faith comes more easily. How do you develop these God-centered convictions? Click here to us on Facebook Live at 11:00 this Sunday as we explore “Courage and Conviction.”

Here is some information to help you participate in worship online:
The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “With conviction and courage, we will be your witnesses in the world.”
• Today’s songs are “Because He Lives” and “Are Ye Able.” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
• The scripture reading is, “Luke 24:36-48.”
• Please leave a prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
• Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.
We’re looking forward to worshipping with you.

Worship with us today – April 11

Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! For the Easter Season, we’ll be exploring some lessons about living our faith because we claim the resurrection of Jesus. This series is called Courage: Jesus and the Call to Brave Faith, inspired by the book of the same name. This Sunday, we’re focusing on how having clarity gives you the courage to live your faith. The story of Thomas the disciple provides a good lesson on the importance of being clear about what you know. Thomas’s doubts have earned him a somewhat unfair reputation, but his story shows the power of what can happen when you become clearer about what you believe. Join us on Facebook Live at 11:00 this Sunday as we explore “Courage and Clarity.”

Here is some information to help you participate in worship online:
The response to our interactive opening prayer is, “We serve a risen savior who gives us the courage to face all things!”
• Today’s songs are “He Lives” and “Easter People Raise Your Voices.” Look up the words online, and you can sing along.
• The scripture reading is, “John 20:19-31.”
• Please leave a prayer request in the comment section so that we can celebrate God’s kindness and discern God’s will with you.
• Share an offering in our app in Givelify or send a check to the church.
We’re looking forward to worshipping with you.

Have a blessed Lord’s day, everyone!

This week’s announcements – April 4-10

Announcements for April 4-10

Food Pantry: Our ministry to help those in need of food, basic toiletries, and school supplies continues to thrive. We are deeply grateful for a tremendous donation this week. The pantry currently needs cereals (please no overly sugary options), pasta, rice, and sauces. If you can donate some of these items this week, you can bring them during regular pantry hours or contact the church to arrange a dropoff time.
Bible Study: Our group is reading through Exodus this week. You don’t have to be completing the Disciple I curriculum to join our conversations. Anyone is welcome to listen and participate as they wish. We keep it real, and we have a really good time. If you’d like the link, please contact the church.
Easter Sermon Series: For the next six weeks we’ll be studying how to live more courageously and confidently because of our faith in Christ. This series is inspired by the book Courage: Jesus and the Call to Brave Faith by Tom Berlin. If anyone is interested in purchasing the book and beginning a study, please contact Pastor Scott for more information.
Mothers’ Day Celebration: On May 9th we’ll be taking special time to honor all of the special women who have offered the deep and selfless love that nurtures us in our lives. If you’d like to honor a mother or mother-like figure in your life, please send the name and relationship, to the church. We’re planning a few ways to make the day special. Stay tuned for more information.
Pentecost Celebration: Pentecost, the day the church celebrates the coming of the Holy Spirit into the world, is May 23rd. In our church, we’ve welcomed new members and baptized people on Pentecost Sunday. If anyone is in baptism or making First Church your church home, please contact Pastor Scott.
I want to take a moment to offer special thanks to Paul, Birney, and Dick for their dedication and service during Holy Week. They served selflessly and faithfully during our worship times during this special season. We’re blessed to have them at First Church.
Prayer requests:
Healing: Jean, Lee, Rich, Anita, Sandra, Provy, Walter, Charlotte
Sandy for a work situation
Cindy and Mae dealing with grief