Haiti Earthquake Relief

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Next Sunday, August 29, we will collect a special offering to benefit the victims of the recent earthquake in Haiti. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is working to provide relief in the area and all donations will be forwarded to PDA. Checks should be made out to First Presbyterian or use a pew envelope for a cash donation; be sure to mark your check or your envelope for “Haiti Earthquake Relief”.  You can also mail or deliver your donation to the church office before August 29

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September 12 – Mike Rand, “What Does It Mean to Follow Christ?” Scriptures: Deuteronomy 28:1-8; Matthew 4:18-22

September 19 – Rev. Glenn Coleman, “God’s Word to the Wise” Scriptures: Psalm 1, Mark 9:30-37

September 26 – Rev. Glenn Coleman, “Don’t Go to Hell” Scriptures: Psalm 124, Mark 9:38-50

October 3 – Rev. Glenn Coleman, “Curse God and Die?” Scriptures: Job 1:1, 2:1-10; Mark 10:2-16

If you can’t join us, Click here to go to the “Audio Sermons” page for a link to listen.

We had a Great Celebration!

2021 Graduates
Our 2021 Graduates
The singing Trio

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On Sunday, June 13th we had celebrate our graduates and “officially” welcome Rev. Glenn and Cynthia Coleman to our church family.

This was a special day of celebration, food, and fun at the picnic area after regular worship. We had a good turnout and enjoyed the musical entertainment.

Worship Changes

Based on the latest announcements by the CDC and the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Session has approved the following changes for our worship service and church facilities.

  • Facemasks will no longer be required for fully vaccinated attendees.
  • Congregational singing will resume.
  • Blocked pews will we reopened, but social distancing is still recommended.
  • We will resume passing the collection plates (beginning June 14th)

Those persons not fully vaccinated should continue to follow the CDC and State guidelines (wear masks and observe social distancing). Non-compliance is at personal risk and liability.