First Presbyterian Church
My sermon for Sunday is titled “You work. I’ll pray.” You’ll learn the power of this statement in its original context and how it might be revised in our day.
“Remembering Apollo 11” is the topic in Sunday’s coffee chats in the lounge and conversation about The Prodigal Son continues in the Christian Education Office.
Refuel, each Wednesday, begins with dinner, a wonderful opportunity to build relationship across the generations.
Ray Blue and Dick Watson will be in concert in our sanctuary on Sunday, October 6. More information will be coming soon.
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Living in the Most High’s shelter,
camping in the Almighty’s shade,
I say to the Lord, “You are my refuge, my stronghold!
You are my God—the one I trust!”
God will save you from the hunter’s trap
and from deadly sickness.
God will protect you with his pinions;
you’ll find refuge under his wings.
His faithfulness is a protective shield.
Don’t be afraid of terrors at night,
arrows that fly in daylight,
or sickness that prowls in the dark,
destruction that ravages at noontime.
Even if one thousand people fall dead next to you,
ten thousand right beside you—
it won’t happen to you.
No disease will come close to your tent.
Ginny and I invite anyone who is interested to join us for about twenty minutes of meditation in the Chapel at 8:15 each Monday morning. If you already meditate, please come. If you haven’t meditated before, please come. You can bring a mat or sit on a chair.