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Life After Death

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Posted by Tim McConnell on

Is it over? Is Easter over? No, it is just beginning. We had a beautiful Holy Week. It was a profound Palm Sunday concert put on by Jim DeJarnette and the choir. Maundy Thursday offered a presentation of the Gospel of Luke by a gifted presenter, Paul Dingtounda. The downtown community churches ...

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Tags: e-blast, easter, worship, life after death sunday

Diabetes Prevention Program: Course Change in Community

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

Are you inactive? Overweight? Do you have a family history of diabetes? Have you been diagnosed with prediabetes? Now is the time to make lifestyle changes that can lower your risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. And you don't have to do it alone.  Find Out if You're at Risk First Pres Faith ...

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Tags: diabetes, health, nurses, support group

Getting Ready for the Celebration

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

On Wednesday and Thursday, our First Pres Preschool students and staff held their community Easter Celebration, remembering Christ's rising from the dead by launching balloons into the Colorado spring sky.  Make plans to celebrate the Resurrection with us tomorrow at one of six Easter ...

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Tags: easter, first pres preschool, balloon launch

The Art of Forgiveness, No. 9

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Posted by Matt Fox on

"Shelter From The Storm," Jon McDonald, Calvin College. Gift of Larry and Mary Gerbens. Since the beginning of March, First Pres has hosted a special Lenten art exhibition, "The Father & His Two Sons: The Art of Forgiveness." The collection, on loan from Calvin College, features artists from ...

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Tags: art, easter, lent, prodigal, worship

Worship Materials for Easter Sunday

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Join us for worship on Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017 as we conclude our series, Prodigal: The God of Unrestrained Grace. This week's message is titled "The Unstoppable Feast," and is based on Luke 15:17-24. This Sunday we will offer five services via LiveStream. The 7:30, 9, 10 and 11 a.m. ...

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Tags: bulletins, easter, holy week, lent, prodigal, worship

Youth Mental Health: Kaitlyn's Story

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

Kathy Dobyns spends her days at First Pres ministering to preschoolers. But her heart beats for older students as well, especially in light of the recent suicides that have rocked our city’s high schools. In response, Kathy has been instrumental in bringing the Youth Mental Heath First Aid ...

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Tags: mental health, mhfa

The Unstoppable Feast

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Posted by Tim McConnell on

Easter is here! The church is ready to fill up and overflow to celebrate the Lord’s resurrection. All around town churches are getting ready to push the limits. One church I know is renting the World Arena! I’m praying every seat is taken.   Around the world, particularly in ...

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Tags: e-blast, easter, prodigal, sermon, worship

Guided Reflection for Holy Week

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Posted by Rhea Patton on

Today's Holy Week service was a guided experience of actively reading and reflecting on Scripture and intentionally preparing our hearts for this week's remembrances of crucifixion and resurrection. Whether you attended or not, you can carry this practice throughout Holy Week by following the ...

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Tags: easter, holy week, lent, scripture study

Who are the First Pres Faith Community Nurses?

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

Faith Community Nurses are a volunteer group of nurses connected with the Caring Ministries office. They are not intended to take the place of your regular doctor, and they can't prescribe medicine or provide hands-on treatment, but they provide superb support for those in our congregation who ...

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Tags: caring ministries, health, medicine, nurses, sickness

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