THE LIFE OF THE CHURCH
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Give the gift of WELCOME! Greeters and ushers needed for our Christmas Eve services to welcome worshippers with abundant hospitality. For the 4:00 service, greeters will need to arrive at 3:30 pm and stay until 5:00 pm. For 7:00, arrive at 6:30 and stay through around 8:15 pm. Training and guidance will be provided. Sign up after worship today in the lobby.
Messy Church is coming! It’s this Saturday, December 10, 10-11:30 am, and plan to attend or volunteer!
Presbyterian Women’s Bible Study will meet on Wednesday, December 14 at 10:00 a.m. at Radcliff Presbyterian Church.
Help care for our neighbors by serving on our FPC Room in the Inn Team: The Outreach Ministry Team is following God’s leading and organizing a team of FPC volunteers for Room in the Inn, our community cold-weather shelter for those experiencing homelessness.
Our team will serve on December 6 & 13, along with the first and second Tuesdays of January and February. There are a variety of roles available, including providing snacks or breakfast, staying overnight, and praying for the ministry. If you are interested in serving in any capacity or have questions, contact Joy Swope. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We will be collecting the Christmas Joy offering through the end of December. The Christmas Joy Offering has been a cherished Presbyterian tradition since the 1930s. The Offering distributes gifts equally to the Assistance Program of the Board of Pensions and to Presbyterian-related schools and colleges equipping communities of color. Offering envelopes are in the pew racks.
Lin Linder, Chief FPC Advent Elf and other assisting elves, welcomes donations of 2 dozen cookies for cookie bags to be donated to Helmwood Health Care residents and staff. All donations are needed by Dec 21, delivered to First Presbyterian Church.