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Adults

Wednesdays at First is teaming up with our Missions Committee to bring you a 
special educational offering beginning on Wednesday, October 27.  

Each session will consist of two 20 minute presentations each followed by 10 minutes for Q and A.
Mark your calendars:

October 27 we welcome Cleve Cleveland, Mission Committee Chair and Board Member and Development Chair of Immokalee Fair Housing Alliance.  Cleve will review and update us on the effort to eliminate substandard and overcrowded rental housing for farmworker families and other low income residents of Immokalee where the need is so great.  

Pat Nordbrock, Mission Committee member, will provide an update on our struggling partner, the Central Presbyterian Reformed Church in Matanzas, Cuba as well as efforts of the Cuba Partner Network to ship needed supplies to Cuba during this time of scarcity and COVID-19.  

The program begins at 5:30 p.m. Contact Ashley Hancock, Christian Education Assistant, for registration.

“Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will reward them for what they do.”   Proverbs 19:17

 

FPCN Green Team

Dr. Terri Jump serves as a volunteer boat captain and naturalist at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida where she invites guests to “fall in love” with the mangroves, manatees, turtles, Great Blue Herons, and the beauty of the Gordon River.  She is passionate about saving the Everglades which is disappearing.

Terri takes us from our own Everglades to the White Continent, Antarctica, where she spent 3 weeks as part of the largest expedition sponsored by Homeward Bound. You will see Terri’s amazing videos and photos of whales, penguins, seals, fish, birds, icebergs, sea and research stations.

Terri not only imparts details of her life changing experience, but challenges us to do all we can in our homes, our communities, and through our church to make a difference. 

Journey into the Interior through Spiritual Practice Facilitated by Nancy Van Fleet In our Christian experience, are we ever aware of a gap between what we know and what we do? In truth, knowing something with our minds and even believing it with our hearts doesn't necessarily mean it will change the way we live. Put another way, we cannot think our way into a new way of living, we must live our way into a new way of thinking! In the spiritual life, what gets in the way of living true to our most deeply held beliefs? What blocks a genuine experience of God's Presence which then leads us to faithful action? Many insightful thinkers today identify distraction as the culprit and a particular curse of Read More
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