In May of this year I began my 12th year as Associate for Pastoral Care here at First Presbyterian Church. What a tremendous privilege it has been for me to serve Christ’s church in this capacity for such a long time.
Thank you VBS!
In June, the Session approved a new job description and title for the Rev. Mary Kay Collins.
Compassionate Healthcare for People in Need
This week more than 70 children, age 4 through Grade 5, gathered at FPC for our Rolling River Rampage Vacation Bible School and The Singing Bishop Music and Arts Camp.
Living Your Faith: Debbie Wilkinson
July 1 First Sunday Loose Offerings Program will benefit CrossOver Healthcare Ministry, whose mission is to provide high-quality healthcare, promote wellness, and connect community talents and resources with people in need in the name of Jesus Christ.
General Assembly of the PC(U.S.A)
Every Monday, lunch is served via the Walk-In Lunch Ministry at Second Presbyterian Church in downtown Richmond. Debbie Wilkinson makes sure the FPC team is there.
RISC Justice Celebration
The 223rd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) will convene in St. Louis on June 16 and run through June 23. The General Assembly meets every two years, bringing together elder and minister commissioners from 171 presbyteries.
Richmond Justice Initiative - "Loose Offerings" for June
Monday, June 11 at FPC
Potluck Dinner 6:30pm—Program 7:00pm
Living Your Faith: Elizabeth Baril
June's Loose Offerings donations will benefit Richmond Justice Initiative, whose mission is to educate, equip, and mobilize communities with the tools needed to be a force in the global movement to end human trafficking.
Promise to our Youth
Recognizing the gifts God has given you and realizing how best to use those gifts can be a daunting task. However, one young adult who has long felt God’s call to share her gifts is Elizabeth Baril…
"Loose Offerings" for May
This Sunday let's remember the promise made during the baptisms of our youth.
May's Loose Offerings Program will benefit Urban Hope. This organization is committed to the social, economic and spiritual health of Metro Richmond.
Welcome, New Members!
What fills our hearts and spirits during worship - in addition to prayer and the sermon?
Living Your Faith: Steve Sigel and Bill Slaughter
We are pleased to have these new members at FPC.
RISC Upcoming Event
Around the world, 663 million people face a daily struggle for clean water.
Richmonders Involved to Strengthen Communities
Nehemiah Action Assembly - Monday, April 30 at St. Paul's Baptist Church, 4247 Creighton Road, 7:00 - 8:30pm.