Information is changing rapidly regarding health concerns and recommendations surrounding COVID-19. We will continue to update this page with the latest information pertaining to our church events and activity cancellations. To stay abreast of the most current information, please read the latest update below and find an updated list of current events on our church…
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Equipping Deaf Believers to Reach Bibleless Deaf Peoples Worldwide At Pioneer Bible Translators, we long to see transformed lives through God’s Word in every language, including the 400 signed languages used by Deaf communities worldwide. Currently, 65 million Deaf people live without access to the Gospel. We seek to bridge that gap by equipping Deaf…
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Please be aware of the following deadlines for 2020 Contributions: Final Sunday to receive contributions to the offering boxes during worship is December 27 Contributions turned into the church office must be received by 5 PM on Thursday, December 31 Mailed contributions must be post-marked no later than Thursday, December 31 Give securely online via Realm, here.…
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The Robinson family comes to Macon from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where Todd was working as a Director of Student Ministries as he finished his Masters of Divinity at RTS Jackson. While Mississippi is where both their boys Lucas (3 years) and Thomas (1 year) were born, Todd grew up in Alabama (War Eagle!) while Carla, his…
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CHRISTMAS is just around the corner! First Presbyterian Church’s Christmas Season is highlighted by beautiful greenery and poinsettias in our Sanctuary. Perhaps you like to honor or remember your loved one(s) by giving a poinsettia in their name? Poinsettia forms will be available in the Narthex. Alternatively, you may simply mail your check to: Altar…
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We are thrilled to be relaunching Sunday School on Sundays at 10am!  For the fall semester, children K5-6th grade will be memorizing Psalm 23 and the names of the Old Testament Books (see below you can see the schedule for Psalm 23).   Some Sunday School teachers will spend more time on the memory work than…
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