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Attention crocheters and knitters...prayer shawls are symbolic of God’s presence during our times of need, and the
congregation’s love and support. Anyone with an interest in knitting or crocheting a shawl is invited to make a shawl and
drop it off with Tiffany. The group meets monthly to socialize while we create. Can’t meet? Feel free to contribute shawls
anyway. For more information, contact Tiffany Horvath ( firstname.lastname@example.org).
Knit for Kids: The prayer shawl ministry is expanding! For many years, members of the Prayer Shawl group have knitted
and crocheted prayer shawls for the ill and bereft in the congregation. In addition, this past year, the group was asked to
provide shawls to homebound members at Christmas, to young people in the confirmation class, and to infants at baptism.
We were able to provide as many shawls as were needed and more!
This fall we are expanding our horizons even farther by knitting and crocheting
sweaters, hats and blankets to children in
need through the Knit for Kids program.
Since 2009, Knit for Kids has been under the direction of World Vision. Knit for Kids is a Christian ministry that, through
volunteers, provides sweaters, hats and blankets to children nationally and globally. If you are interested in contributing a
knitted or crocheted item, please place it in the “Knit for Kids” box found in the main church office. Once a boxful of items is
collected, it will be shipped to Knit for Kids in Sewickley, Pennsylvania for distribution.
Communion to the Furthest Pew is served to members unable to attend church on dates immediately following
communion at church.
Operation Love is a member-to-member outreach for those with short term needs
such as transportation, meals, emergency
babysitting, or respite care.
In Touch Ministries
Congregation members provide one-on-one visits to congregation members and
friends who have difficulty leaving their
homes. This ministry keeps homebound members "in touch" with the rest of the congregation.
The Prayer Chain connects those in need of prayer with church members who are
committed to a ministry of prayer. Prayer
requests may be sent to the church office and we will contact the prayer chain coordinator.
Daily Unity Prayer
FPC encourages all members and friends to take a moment to pray around
noon every day. This is when all members and friends ask of themselves: "Am
I living as a Disciple of Christ?" Listen to God when you pray. Share your faith
by sharing this message with others. To subscribe to the prayers following
Prayer Vigil at FPC for Victims of Violence
Sunday, September 24, 7:00 pm
Join with fellow Christians from our PUNCH churches for a Prayer Vigil at First
Pres., from 7:00-7:30 pm. Please meet by the Porte Cochere entrance along
Kirkwood Boulevard. We will pray for people in our country, and for families
and friends who are victims of gun violence. Let us pray for God’s healing for
victims, and let us bear witness to the senseless violence in our country.
Prayer Shawl Second Tuesday (PSST) - September 12, 6:30 pm