Reformed Theological Seminary – Atlanta is excited to offer the class “Christian Life and Doctrine” with First Presbyterian Church Macon. The course will be taught by Dr. Guy Richard the Executive Director of RTS Atlanta and Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology. Class Description This course will focus on the exposition of key doctrines that pertain…
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Please be aware of the following deadlines for 2018 Contributions: Final Sunday to receive contributions in the offering plate is December 30 Contributions turned into the church office must be received by 5 PM on Monday, December 31 Mailed contributions must be post-marked no later than Monday, December 31 Electronic Fund Transfers (via our secure payment option on…
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Below is a list of church-wide Christmas Events hosted by FPC. For more information on all Christmas events, including holiday office hours, please click here. December 4 Ladies Christmas Dinner FPC Fellowship Hall | 6:30 PM December 9 Youth Christmas Party Drop off at FPD | 4:30 PM Pick up at FPD | 8:15 PM…
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Please join our church in the time-honored poinsettia “Christmas Tree” tradition! A Christmas Tree of poinsettias beautifully decorates each side of the front sanctuary during the month of December, each year. Now is the time to begin preparing for this annual event! If you would like to place a poinsettia in the church in honor…
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Please be aware of the following deadlines for 2017 Contributions: Final Sunday to receive contributions in the offering plate is December 31st Contributions turned into the church office must be received by 5 PM on Friday, December 29th Mailed contributions must be post-marked no later than Saturday, December 30th Electronic Fund Transfers (via our secure payment service,…
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The following article was originally published by The Gospel Coalition. Read the original article, here. Once upon a time, there was a season in the church year known as “Advent.” The word comes to us from the Latin for “coming.” The purpose of the season was to anticipate the coming of Christ to earth; it was a season…
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