VBS
Jun
17
to Jun 21

VBS

Vacation Bible School is June 17-21, 9:15-noon! Get your wild on and join us for an African safari adventure! For four-year-olds through 4th graders (in the fall).

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Faure Requiem: Good Friday
Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

Faure Requiem: Good Friday

Join us for our Good Friday worship service featuring the Fauré Requiem. This beautiful piece will be performed by soloists Heather Parker and John Frankhauser, and the First Presbyterian and Central Lutheran Choirs. They will be accompanied by organist Bonnie Robinson and chamber orchestra, conducted by Derrick Parker.

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Maundy Thursday
Apr
18
7:00 PM19:00

Maundy Thursday

Join us for Maundy Thursday worship on April 18 at 7 p.m. Childcare available. All are welcome to join us for dinner beforehand at 6 p.m. RSVP in advance for dinner or childcare by signing up at the church or calling 747-1058.

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Biblical Justice Forum
Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

Biblical Justice Forum

The Doctrine of Discovery & Human Dignity
The Gospel Story tells us we are made in the Image of God (Imago Dei). History tells us how often we have desecrated that image. Local faith leader Lenore ThreeStars will lead us in a powerful evening exploring the Doctrine of Discovery from an Indigenous Peoples perspective. 

Please RSVP for 6pm dinner ($5/adult) or childcare at 747-1058 by April 7

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New > Member Class
Mar
21
6:00 PM18:00

New > Member Class

Whether you are new or have been around a while we hope that you already feel that you “belong” at First Pres.  But if you are sensing God’s gift of grace leading you to another step in your journey of faithfulness, then you may be ready to make a commitment to our community of faith and pursue membership officially.  We’ll have you join us for 2 gatherings: Thursday evening March 21 and Saturday March.  It’s an opportunity for us to get to know you and you to get to know others, including our pastors and some of our elders.  We’ll talk about the mission and values of FPC, what it means to be a people of reformed faith, and give you a tour of the building.

If you have questions or you are ready to sign up, contact Myra at 747-1058 x252 or myraw@spokanefpc.org. Please let Myra know if you need childcare.

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Barton School 50th Anniversary Celebration
Mar
20
9:30 AM09:30

Barton School 50th Anniversary Celebration

Celebrating 50 years of friendships and learning!

9:30: Meet and greet current and former Barton students and staff over coffee as you browse the displays of Barton history. 10:00: Hear stories of former Barton School students and remembrances of teachers. 11:30: Enjoy a buffet with a sampling of foods from around the world—and birthday cake!

Former Barton School students and teachers are encouraged to attend, and the public is welcome! Attendees may come for any or all of the festivities.

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Biblical Justice Forum
Mar
14
7:00 PM19:00

Biblical Justice Forum

Exploitation & Human Dignity
Slavery has not been eradicated from the world. In fact, there are more slaves in the world today than at any time in human history. During a special Biblical Justice Forum, we will learn about modern-day slavery and human trafficking that is happening abroad and right here in our city. We will welcome a special guest speaker from International Justice Mission (www.ijm.org) and the founders of Spokane's own anti-trafficking organization The Jonah Project (www.jonahproject.org).

Please RSVP for 6pm dinner ($5/adult) or childcare at 747-1058 by March 10.

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Care Ministry Workshop: Music for Memory Loss
Mar
7
7:00 PM19:00

Care Ministry Workshop: Music for Memory Loss

Join Gerontologist and dementia care expert Debby Dodds, M.S. for a hands-on practical workshop on living well with dementia on March 7 at 7 p.m., following TNL dinner. People with dementia may feel fear or frustration because they are losing cognitive ability and becoming less able to cope with daily life. Come explore the positive qualities that remain throughout memory loss and see practical examples of how to use music to improve your loved one’s moods. We’ll practice with playlists, YouTube, and other simple streaming solutions. Come prepared with a list of 10 songs or artists you or your loved one like, and bring your iPad or mobile phone with the YouTube app downloaded. This event is sponsored by FPC’s Stephen Ministry.

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Women's Build Day with Habitat!
Mar
2
8:30 AM08:30

Women's Build Day with Habitat!

The highly popular Women’s Build is back! Join the women of FPC and Habitat for Humanity of Spokane to build brand new homes alongside our neighbors who need quality affordable housing. Email Ross Carper (ross@spokanefpc.org) to RSVP for your construction session: morning (8:30-12), afternoon (12:30-4:30), or BOTH!

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Winter Book Club
Feb
28
7:45 PM19:45

Winter Book Club

Read one of the following books and join us for for a discussion of what the author has to say about our identity in Christ in the context of our cultural identities.
I’m Still Here by Austin Channing Brown
White Awake by Daniel Hill
The Prodigal Prophet by Timothy Keller

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Biblical Justice Forum
Feb
21
7:00 PM19:00

Biblical Justice Forum

Ethnicity & Human Dignity
Special guest speakers Pastor Alvaro Gomez (Pastor at Comunidad Cristiana de Spokane) and Jose Ceniceros (Youth Pastor at Life Center Church, works primarily in West Central) share stories from their local ministry experiences alongside communities of color in Spokane.

If you’d like to join us for dinner at 6pm ($5/adult) or need childcare, please RSVP at 747-1058 by February 18

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EP Pancake Breakfast
Jan
27
8:00 AM08:00

EP Pancake Breakfast

Purchase a pancake breakfast Sunday morning, January 27—all proceeds support the Easter Project house-building trip to Tijuana, Mexico. $5/person; maximum cost of $25/family. Tickets available Sunday mornings. (No Sunday School that week.)

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