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Wednesdays at First

The Intergenerational Christian Education Team is very excited about our winter series! Please mark your calendars and plan to join us for excellent programs on January 18, January 25, February 1, and February 8!

January 18
Accepting Great Gifts –The Saint John’s Bible
Come learn all about this amazing gift that FPCN has received. Both your pastors and a few elders will  present “What is the Saint John’s Bible?” and “Why is it important for our church?” Come see it in-person to experience awe and have your spiritual imagination ignited!

January 25
Shining Light on Mental Health
We all want to be healthy. But, wellness is about more than just our physical health. We need to take care of our mind just as much as we take care of our bodies. Our presenter will be Jessica Liria, the Community Outreach Specialist at the David Lawrence Center and she will talk to us about how mental health is an important topic not just for our youth, but also for older adults as well.  Childcare is available.

Dinner ($10) begins at 5:30 p.m. with the program at 6 p.m.  Registration is required for dinner only.  No reservation is necessary if you will be joining us for the program only.  We’ve given you several options to register and pay, if you are joining us for dinner.

Sign up in Spencer Hall
Call the church office at 239.262.1311
Email Sandy Knight 

Sacred Habits

Wednesdays at 1 p.m. during Lent
March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, April 5

You are invited to join us this Lent as we engage in the contemplative practice of Viseo Divina (divine seeing) on the art of Vincent van Gogh.

The word “Lent” refers to the “lengthening” light, the growing days that, in time, will coax the sunflowers to open, the wheat fields to rise again, and the irises to bloom. What better companion on this forty-day pilgrimage, then the art of Van Gogh?

In our Lenten devotional by SALT, the words of Scripture and the paintings and letters of Vincent van Gogh will be our guides. Each week, biblical texts and Van Gogh’s work throw light on each other, pointing toward simple, powerful practices we will engage in together.

So grab your favorite Bible and we’ll travel this Lenten journey together toward the light of Easter morning – with Vincent van Gogh as our guide. If you are attending the Lenten Organ Concerts, we invite you to bring your lunch to enjoy before Sacred Habits in the Youth Room. Contact Nancy Van Fleet for more information.

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