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This Week at FPC - Tuesday, Feb. 11 6:00 pm, Cursillo 4th Day (Rodgers Center) 6:30 pm, Session Meeting (Conference Room) Wednesday, Feb. 12 9:30 am, Pottery, (Basement) 6:00 pm, Dayton’s Bible Study (Conference Room) 1 Corinthians 3:1-9 6:30 pm, Choir Practice (Sanctuary) Friday, Feb. 14 Happy Valentine’s Day Sunday, Feb. 16 9:45 am, Sunday School (Various Rooms) 10:30 am, Fellowship ... [Read more...]
Men’s Breakfast - Sunday February 9th  8:00 am Rogers Center
January 26, 2020 Bulletin and Announcements - January 26th Prayer List and Announcements
This Week at FPC 1-21-20 - This Week at FPC Tuesday 6:30pm Handbell Choir (Sanctuary) Wednesday 6:00pm Dayton’s Bible Study (Conference Room) (Psalm 27 & 1 Corinthians 1:10-18 & Matthew 4:12-23) 6:30pm Choir Practice (Sanctuary) Sunday 9:45am Sunday School (Various Rooms) 10:30am Fellowship (Rogers’ Center) 11:00am Worship (Sanctuary) Monday 6:00pm N. AL Presbytery’s Men’s Council (Roger’s Center) 6:45pm Music and Worship ... [Read more...]
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Mexico Mission Journal – Day 5 - Greetings from Reynosa! We are headed home after a tough work day this morning, but a leisurely late morning and early afternoon. By 9:25, we were finished pouring the roof for Casa #9; we had earlier agreed to pour a foundation, and by 10:20, we had finished pouring the foundation. That gave us about an ... [Read more...]
Mexico Mission Journal – Day 4 - Good afternoon from the “carl line” in Reynosa! I am beginning my journal entry at 2:00, as we wait to pay our toll and cross back over to the States. This afternoon, we have two guests riding back with us: Pearce and Sofia, the two Faith Ministry interns, are joining us tonight for dinner at ... [Read more...]
Mexico Mission Journal – Day 3 - Greetings this afternoon from your Mexico Mission team. We made a decision to move our devotional time to tomorrow, since we stayed late at the worksite to finish a row of block. So it is now 2:15, and we are in line to cross the bridge back into the USA. This morning, it was blessedly ... [Read more...]

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