How well do you know your city? Are you involved in the life of your city? How do you seek the good of your neighbors?
This Sunday in worship, we will shift to the prophets for the rest of the fall. We’ll be looking at a message from Jeremiah 29:1,4-7, where he encourages his people to seek the good of their city and the people who lived there. Here’s the catch: it wasn’t their home and they didn’t want to be there. Moreover, the people who lived there were their enemies. How might God be calling you to seek the good of others, even if they may be opposed your good? Hope to see you on Sunday to learn more.
Before then, we hope you’ll watch the lovely video below. It captures why we love FPC so much… and why we want to support it.
We had a great meeting last Sunday to kick off our stretching into God’s vision stewardship campaign. We’re challenging the church to increase our pledges by 10% for 2020 so that we can increase our capacity for ministry. We hope you’ll consider making a pledge to support FPC in 2020. To make it easier for you, we put together a simple online pledge form. We hope you’ll check it out!
Finally, and speaking of online forms, it’s last call for the Fall Retreat. Registration forms are due this Sunday, Oct 13. We hope you’ll join us for this time of rest & renewal!
PS – if you missed Sunday’s Sermon, here it is!