WORSHIP & COMMUNITY
First Presbyterian church is an intergenerational church where people of all ages come together to serve God. All ages are welcome.
9:30 am In-Person Worship
5:15-6:45 pm Youth Program--Sept through May
Monday -- 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Wednesday -- 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Friday -- 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Below are ways to "get involved" in our faith-based community!
Announcements, Week of 10/31/22
Please Pray for…
Healing: Rose Barberg’s daughter Cheryl Paicius, Chris, Lee Gutknecht, Alma Robinson’s grandson, Chris Robinson, Mike Koeppe, and Sherry Young (Trudy Berg’s sister)
At The Lodge: Anna Hohag, Phyllis Smith and Delores Lahr
At Brookridge: Reta Blanchette and Alice Swanson
Please Pray for thankfulness and joy for. . . Zach Gunderson! Lord, bless him and keep him in your loving care!
Sunday Morning Bible Study
Looking to connect more deeply with God and each other? Join our Sunday morning Bible Study, every other Sunday, at 8:30 am in the Fireside Room, beginning October 30.
All Saints Sunday
With Sunday, November 6th being All Saints Day, First Presbyterian Church will offer a special worship service to acknowledge loved ones who have passed away. Join us as we remember and celebrate the lives of those who have gone before. Please bring a picture of your loved one.
The Midweek Youth Program is held on Wednesdays, beginning at 5:15 pm with the Youth Program. A meal is served at 6:30 pm, and the Sending Prayer is at 6:45 pm.
Q: Why did the man sit on his clock after setting it back for Daylight Saving Time?
A: He wanted to be on time.
If it's early November and bad jokes about 'falling back' abound, then it must mean the end of Daylight Savings Time for another year. Which to FPCHL means that it's time for us to scurry about and gather our coins for Change Sunday on November 6th. This year we will give our gifts to Rivers of Hope out of Monticello. Rivers of Hope is a domestic violence center serving Wright & Sherburne counties, providing community coordinated responses to end family violence through advocacy and education. Contact Andrea Koeppe for more information.