SUNDAY WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
- SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP - 10:00am – All are Welcome! Join us in Fellowship Hall following the service for coffee, treats, and friendly conversation.
- NURSERY CARE (0-5yrs) - Sundays 9:00am- 11:30am Children of all ages are always welcome during worship, but for any parent/guardians who would like to have childcare for little ones while participating in Sunday Worship or Educational opportunities, a staffed nursery is available.
SUNDAY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING ** Will Resume Fall 2016 **
9:00am - Robin’s Nest Preschool (3-5yrs)
9:00am - Rotation Workshop (K-5th grade)
9:00am - YOUTH - Middle School (6-8th grade)
9:00am - YOUTH - High School (9-12th grade) - this group is encouraged to meet with the Adult Class
9:00am - Adult Faith Formation Classes
SATURDAY WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
- BAREFOOT CHURCH – Saturdays at 5:00pm – Experience worship, community and discussion around how to live faithfully in ordinary life.
WEEKDAY FAITH FORMATION OPPORTUNITIES:
- Monday Feast Scripture Exploration - Mondays at 10:00 am in the Fireside Room
** WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE SUMMER**
Dig into the scripture following the Narrative lectionary. Contact Dan Mundt or Sara Gannon for more info.
- Spiritual Nurture Women’s Group - Tuesday mornings at 10:00am in the Fireside Room
** Will Resume Fall 2016 ** We seek to be companions on the spiritual journey and provide a safe place for women to share life's challenges and joys, support each other and pray for one another. We seek to deepen our spirituality, align with Christ as our Center and grow in our relationships with each other by exploring scripture, writings, teachings and experiencing spiritual practices. We love to have new women join us! For more information, please contact Sara Gannon.
- Centering Worship—Each Wednesday at 6:15pm
** Will Resume Fall 2016 ** We gather for 15-20 minutes of worship using songs and prayers from WEAVING PEACE. Everyone is welcome! This is for ALL AGES
- NURSERY CARE (0-5yrs) - Wednesdays 6:00pm- 8:00pm
** Will Resume Fall 2016 **
staffed nursery is available for any parent/guardians who would like to have childcare for little ones while participating in Wednesday Evening activities and programming
It was a joyful day celebrating Pastor Kathy's Installation at First Presbyterian Church - 7/10/2016
Synod School - July 24-29th in Storm Lake, Iowa
What is Synod School?
- Daily morning and evening worship for all ages with spirited music and singing
- Daily convocation focusing on the theme of the School
- Morning and afternoon programs for children of all age
- Special convocation, program, and classes for youth
- Opportunity for adults to participate in from 1 to 4 classes on a wide range of topics
- Bookstore and Global Gift Shop
- Live music nightly at the Coffeehouse
- Plus Art Share, lots of fun, fellowship, evening mini-courses, movies, and as much relaxation as you want!
Download the 2016 Synod School Registration Form by CLICKING HERE
TEAM MEETINGS (All meetings are open to anyone with an interest in serving or gathering more information. Please contact any Session Elder for information on the these teams and their responsibilities)
- CARING FOR US TEAM - Tues, July 5th at 5:30 pm
- BEING GOOD STEWARDS TEAM - Thurs, July 7th at 4:30pm
- BEING GOOD NEIGHBORS TEAM – Mon, July 18th at 6:00pm
- COMMUNICATIONS WORK GROUP – Tues, July 5th at 1:00pm
- FAITH FORMATION TEAM - Wed, July 6th at 6:00pm
- FAITH FORMATION TEAM - Wed, July 27th at 6:0pm
OTHER IMPORTANT DATES/EVENTS:
- Deacons - Mon, July 11th at 5:30pm
- Session - Tues, July 19th at 7:00pm
- July 10th - Installation Service for Rev. Kathryn Reid Walker
- July 15th - Deadline for submitting Bellwether articles
- July 24th - 29th -- Synod School 2016 in Storm Lake, Iowa
- August 2nd - PW Coordinating Team
- September 17th - PW Mug & Muffin Event at the Chippewa Valley Museum
Donation Brings Clean Water to Malawi Village
Life-giving water flows for the village of Ng’ombe Malawi thanks to a recent donation from Presbyterian Women of Eau Claire to the Marion Medical Mission!
Safe drinking water means life, not death, for many in a place where one in five children die before their fifth birthday from water-borne or sanitation related diseases.
The Shallow Well Program not only provides safe drinking water, but also the necessary knowledge, skills and tools to manage and maintain the protected water source, so that the supply of water continues in future years. Where shallow wells have been built, water-borne diseases are eliminated.