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Of Note 12/01/18

Values 1 - Mission-optWe Value:

  • Mission
  • Strong Relationships
  • Meaningful Worship
  • Acceptance
  • Active Faith

Learn more about our values here.  

Podcast the Pastor's Audio Sermonssermons-hover

If you have iTunes, you can podcast (sign up for) the Pastor's sermons. Go to Sermons under "I'm New", and click Subscribe. 

canned fruitPresbyterian Pantry - Month of December

Pantry volunteers ask for donations of canned fruit. The Pantry is open on December 11 from 10 am to noon. Please use the Howard Street entrance. 

Hannah Shanks Sermon & Book Discussion
2018-10-28 Hannah Shanks preaching-optPodcasts

On October 28, Hannah Shanks, author of "This is My Body", preached at worship and led a book discussion at First Pres. If you missed the chance to hear from the author of our Book Study book you can still hear her, as Pastor Randy recorded them. If you missed either, you can listen online with a simple click: Find the sermon here. Find the book discussion here. 

Featured Events 12/10/18

2017-12-12 Pantry & Santa (21)-optSANTA AT PANTRY
December 11

Santa will be at the Pantry on Tuesday, December 11, from 10:00 a.m. to noon to visit with the children while their parents shop! 

2018-12 Midsummer-s Festival Resident String Quartet-opt croppedMidsummer's Music Festival Quartet Dress Rehearsal
December 12, 4 pm

The Midsummer's Music Festival resident string quartet will hold an open dress rehearsal at First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday December 12 at 4 pm. They are inviting the church to come and listen for free. The repertoire for the concert includes String Quartet No. 20 in D, K. 499, “Hoffmeister” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and String Quartet No. 3 in F Major, Op. 73, by Dmitri Shastakovich.

Delivered by Judy Knutzen-Nerad & Tammy Delsart (3)-optPRAYER BASKETS
Only through December 13!

The Outreach Committee Ministry provides a complete Christmas for 3 families from Tank School, and we collect all the items needed from November 18 - December 13. We will have 3 trees in the back of the sanctuary with tags identifying special gifts for our Baby Jesus, Star, and Angel families. Please feel free to take as many tags as you'd like - just put the tag on an UNWRAPPED gift and return it to the church.  

2017-02-01 part of Unga Bunga Tribe (1)-optYOUTH GROUP "WRAPPIN" LOCK-IN
December 14-15

The Unga Bunga Tribe Youth Group is having a Lock-in December 14 through the 15, and during that time, they will wrap all of the gifts for the families we are collecting for through our Prayer Basket mission. 

December 15, 2 pm

Saturday, December 15, at 2:00 p.m., join us for the Chantelles Christmas Concert which will be benefiting the Presbyterian Pantry of Green Bay! It will be held here at First Pres this year, and admission is via canned food or cash donation to go to the Pantry. 

Garden Lights-optGARDEN OF LIGHTS
December 16, 6 pm

Join us for a holiday season glow at the Green Bay Botanical Garden's Garden of Lights, on Sunday, December 16 at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 for children and $10 for adults (13 and up). We will gather at the Fischer Visitor Center. Always a delightful evening!

Crazy, Busy, Peaceful, Holy NightCHRISTMAS EVE PAGEANT
December 24, 5:30 pm

Be sure to join us at the Christmas Eve (December 24) service at 5:30 p.m. for a performance by the young people of "Crazy, Busy, Peaceful Holy Night", which focuses on a family running in every direction and potentially missing the peace of Christ in the midst of Christmas craziness. 

Organized and produced by Mary Steeno, Jill Stenson, Jenn Christianson, and Amy Wittman.

lessons-carols-open-graphDecember 24, 7 pm & 7:30 pm

Our Christmas Eve worship service will be based on the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols. The story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus are told in nine short Bible readings from Genesis, the prophetic books, and the Gospels, interspersed with the singing of Christmas carols, hymns, and special music. An extended prelude will begin at 7:00 p.m. with the service itself beginning at 7:30 p.m. 





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