Let there be light…and Mosquito Nets? Malaria is one of the most deadly diseases in Africa and kills thousands of children every year.  The World Health Organization states: 52% of all children aged under 5 years in inpatient departments are admitted due to malaria and anaemia and nearly 60% of all hospital deaths in children…
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Join us again in supporting Casa Hogar del Niño! On Sunday, July 9th all the coffee served between services at FPC will be provided by “Café Casa Hogar” – a company connected to the Acapulco children’s home. The coffee beans are grown, roasted, and packaged in the region of Guerrero, Mexico – the same state where…
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  We glorify God most when we enjoy Him. Beginning Sunday, June 11th at 7 p.m. we will resume The Evening Service, a gathering for the people of downtown Macon. Our summer series will focus on “Psalms For the Seasons of Life.” As a historic downtown church, we have a special opportunity to share God’s unfailing and…
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Join us in supporting Casa Hogar del Niño! On Sunday, April 30th all the coffee served between services at FPC will be provided by “Café Casa Hogar” – a company connected to the Acapulco children’s home. The coffee beans are grown, roasted, and packaged in the region of Guerrero, Mexico – the same state where our…
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A short term missions team is working in Haiti this week, April 14 – 21, 2017. FPC has partnered with members of North Macon Presbyterian Church to provide relief and aid to El Shaddai Ministries International, which is still working to rebuild after devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew. John Kinser is leading the trip, which…
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Now that the Missions Conference is over, how you can support specific missionaries or projects TODAY? Below are a few detailed needs from the attendees of our 2017 World Missions Conference. Please also visit our Missions Board located in the brickyard for up-to-date specific missions needs.  Pray for the Pursley Family – Please pray for the Pursley’s…
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