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In the Heart of Downtown

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Posted by Dale McClure on

Colorado Springs history and First Presbyterian Church history have been entwined from the beginning, when the two were founded just months apart in 1871 and 1872, respectively.  This 1902 photograph shows Pikes Peak Avenue, just a few blocks from First Pres. At the end of the street is the...

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Tags: 145th birthday, downtown colorado springs

Launched into Mission

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Posted by Susan Buenger on

Chloe Buckler is a student at Azusa Pacific University. First Pres has supported her missions to Uganda in 2016 and Haiti in 2017. Chloe shares the following thoughts on what God has taught her through her involvement at First Pres and her participation in short-term missions:  Children...

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Tags: missions

The Soul Needs a Body

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Posted by Eunice McGarrahan on

Being Human is a quirky television show that is produced in the United Kingdom. In the premiere episode, we are introduced to the three main characters: a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost. Each appears human, but their humanity has been distorted. Each one desires to be a part of the real human...

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Tags: bulletins, what a soul needs, worship

My First Evening With Family Promise

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Posted by Laura Mueller on

Written by Allison Bassett This past week, First Pres was ‘home’ to four families as part of our partnership with Family Promise/Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN). For four weeks each year, First Pres hosts families facing temporary homelessness who are in need of lodging...

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Tags: city engagement, family promise, ihn, impact lives

What A Soul Needs: A Center

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Posted by Tim McConnell on

First Pres has a close relationship with Fuller Theological Seminary. They produced many of our best leaders! Fuller has a satellite location here in Colorado Springs, now headquartered in the offices of Café 225 and housing their library in our basement. In fact, Fuller Seminary summer...

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Tags: e-blast, fuller, summer, what a soul needs

Fuller Seminary Intern Partnership

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

A Partnership for the Kingdom In fall 2017, First Pres and Fuller Theological Seminary will launch a joint venture to embed seminarians as First Pres interns, giving them an opportunity to connect what they've learned in seminary to hands-on ministry.    "One of the things we've...

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String Camp 2017

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

All week the halls of our music department have been filled with intermediate and advanced musicians from middle school on up. Under the direction of Don Robinson, orchestras at two different skill levels have rehearsed, shared a daily devotional time, eaten together and formed a musical...

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Fine Arts Workshop 2017

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

Middle school and high school students have been letting their God-given creativity flow all week during our Fine Arts Workshop.  Students had a chance to work with Marlene Kort and other community artists in a variety of media to create both 2D and 3D works.  Our annual Fine Arts...

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What a Soul Needs: Healing Mercy

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Posted by Tim McConnell on

Glad to see you! This may sound corny coming from your pastor, but I was genuinely moved on Sunday morning. When I stood up at 8:30 to begin our morning of worship I felt a momentary but powerful wave of gratitude. I was grateful to see each person—each individual—who had decided to...

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Tags: e-blast, what a soul needs, worship

Handbell Camp 2017

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Posted by Jim DeJarnette on

Written by Camp Director Jan Weiser Last week, the First Pres campus was overflowing with energy, with Mini-Camp, VBS, Serving Springs and Handbell Camp all happening at the same time. Down in the music department, these young musicians from elementary school through high school were filling the...

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