Biblical Justice Forum
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

Biblical Justice Forum

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OFFSITE this month at Whitworth University in the Seeley G. Mudd Chapel
Speaker: Daniel Hill, author of White Awake

Join us at FPC for dinner at 6pm ($5/adult) and then join the carpool north to Whitworth University! RSVP for a ride by contacting Ross Carper (ross@spokanefpc.org)

"For about two decades, Daniel Hill has been wrestling with what it means to be a white man in America and a white pastor in the city of Chicago. He is fearlessly curious and inquisitive. When things get uncomfortable, he leans in. White Awake is Daniel's invitation to lean in to the current moment and join the movement for racial justice—lest we discover a generation from now that we slept through a revolution." — Shane Claiborne

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30th Annual Jubilee Fair Trade Marketplace!
Nov
2
to Nov 3

30th Annual Jubilee Fair Trade Marketplace!

November 2 & 3, 2018 – On Friday November 2 (10am-7pm) and Saturday November 3 (9am-4pm), FPC will once again be transformed into the Jubilee International Marketplace. This unique, joyful shopping (and snacking and visiting) event is an annual celebration of fairly traded handcrafts from around the world. An alternative to Christmas consumerism — let your gift-giving this year empower communities around the globe!

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Boomers & Beyond
Oct
27
6:30 PM18:30

Boomers & Beyond

Fall Harvest Celebration for everyone over 50
Join us for food, fun and fellowship.
Bring a snack to share.  Sign up at 747-1058.

Optional Acitivities:
Cider Drinking
Cornhole … bean bag tossing game
Line Dancing … Don’t do the ‘Shy Waltz’. Instead “Get Your Yee Haw’ and do some ‘Boot Scootin’ Boogie’ as we “Waltz Across Texas’ and step to ‘New York, New York’.

 

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Summer Concert & Fellowship
Aug
16
5:30 PM17:30

Summer Concert & Fellowship

A Gathering for ADULTS on 3rd Thursdays in June, July & August
Join the FPC gang beyond the Tasting Room before the stone archway.
$5 entrance fee.  Go to arborcrest.com for more details about food and drink.
August 16 - Ron Green, groove-oriented, soutful alt-pop music

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Summer Concert & Fellowship
Jul
19
5:30 PM17:30

Summer Concert & Fellowship

A Gathering for ADULTS on 3rd Thursdays in June, July & August
Join the FPC gang beyond the Tasting Room before the stone archway.
$5 entrance fee.  Go to arborcrest.com for more details about food and drink.
July 19 - Bridges Home - Americana, Celtic and Roots cover songs

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Summer Choir
Jun
17
8:45 AM08:45

Summer Choir

Back by popular demand, our Summer Choir will sing at our 10 a.m. service on June 17. This summer drop-in date provides an opportunity to check out the choir or to try something new without any long-term commitment. Sign up over the coming weeks and show up at 8:45 a.m. on June 17 in the choir loft for rehearsal.

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Walk to the Water
Jun
3
1:00 PM13:00

Walk to the Water

On June 3, we’ll meet at FPC at 1 p.m. for a walk down to Latah Creek to celebrate all our participants, students in junior high and high school who are being baptized or recommitting to their faith by taking the plunge! All are welcome!

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Habitat for Humanity FPC Building Day!
May
19
8:30 AM08:30

Habitat for Humanity FPC Building Day!

Join us as we build homes and hope! Habitat provides the tools and know-how, so all you need is a water, a lunch, and work-ready clothing/shoes. Beginners welcome! Work a half or full day (8:30-12 or 12:30-4:30), and RSVP to Ross Carper (ross@spokanefpc.org). Build friendship, too, by carpooling to the Deer Park building site! Click for Directions to Hope Meadows

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We Believe in One God: A Hymn Festival
May
12
4:00 PM16:00

We Believe in One God: A Hymn Festival

Featuring: Organist Bruce Neswick & The First Presbyterian Chancel Choir

Bruce Neswick is the Canon for Cathedral Music at Trinity Cathedral in Portland, Oregon.  His playing vibrates with energy, is full of radiant color, and is always expertly crafted.   

The hymns selected highlight the Nicene Creed and the beauty of the Schantz organ. 

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Rebuilding Together Spokane
Apr
28
8:00 AM08:00

Rebuilding Together Spokane

Each year, we join National Rebuilding Day to improve homes and empower families in our city.  Watch for details, but we will be meeting for a morning coffee-and-donuts devotional at FPC before heading out to get our hands dirty and love our neighbors! RSVP to Ross Carper (ross@spokanefpc.org).

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From Death to Life: A Conversation
Apr
19
6:45 PM18:45

From Death to Life: A Conversation

Conversation #2: With whom should we talk about death?
On this evening we'll watch a Frontline video called "Being Mortal."  This video follows Atul Gawande (author of Being Mortal) along with some of his patients and their families in exploring how we think about, and talk about, death and dying.

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From Death to Life: A Conversation
Apr
12
6:45 PM18:45

From Death to Life: A Conversation

Conversation #1: Why should we talk about death?  Why don't we?
Angie Trent, spurred by her career as a nurse and her personal experience, will facilitate a series of 3 conversations that pair with our sermon series From Death to Life.  Angie is working on a Master's Degree at Whitworth and is developing this curriculum in hopes of empowering many congregations to be spiritual centers for healthy conversations about death and dying and how that impacts the way we live.  She will facilitate this first conversation and hopes you will join her and others with your own experiences and questions.

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