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Sanctity of Life Sunday, Jan. 22

Join us this Sunday, January 22, as we celebrate the value of all human life during our worship service. Plus, you will be able to explore new pro-life resources in our church library in Fellowship Hall and learn about the important work of CareNet. You can also download a free 21-day prayer guide for life from the Charles Colson Center, and you can register for the “Evangelicals for Life” live simulcast from Washington DC on January 26-28. Below is a pro-life ad spot to get you thinking!
 
 
 


Congregational Meeting for Camp McCullough on Jan. 29

 
After the worship service on January 29, join us for a special congregational meeting in the Sanctuary to vote on a letter of intent that would allow us to partner with other ECO churches to manage and extend the ministry of FPC’s Camp McCullough. You can download the revised letter of intent (which incorporates changes suggested by the congregation) to read before the meeting.


New Pro-Life Resources for Sanctity of Life Sunday

Check out our NEW pro-life resources for Sanctity of Life Sunday in the Church Library in Fellowship Hall on January 22 before and after church. They include:
  • Abortion and the Early Church: Christian, Jewish and Pagan Attitudes in the Greco-Roman World. Learn how the Christian church from its earliest days stood against abortion and the destruction of innocent human life.
  • Why Pro-Life?: Caring for the Unborn and Their Mothers by Randy Alcorn. Check out this one-book resource about how we can help the unborn and their mothers and nourish a culture of life.
  • Won by Love by Norma McCorvey. Norma McCorvey is the “Jane Roe” of the Roe v. Wade decision that created a national “right” to abortion in America. But now Norma supports life. Learn what happened.
  • Unplanned: The Dramatic True Story of a Former Planned Parenthood Leader’s Eye-Opening Journey across the Life Line. Read the riveting story of Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood clinic director who changed her views on abortion.
  • Hand of God: A Journey from Death to Life by the Abortion Doctor Who Changed His Mind. Bernard Nathanson personally supervised more than 60,000 abortions. Then he discovered God.


FPC Women’s Retreat at Camp McCullough

FPC WOMEN’S RETREAT “Holding Space for God’s Calling”

February 3rd & 4th at Camp McCullough    Speaker: Suzi Entwistle

Price is $80.  Register on Sundays in Fellowship Hall or contact Amy Forslund: 253-318-6913  amerforslund@yahoo.com 

 

 



FPC Congregational Meeting

 

CONGREGATIONAL MEETING

Sunday, January 29th After the worship service in the Sanctuary

For the purpose of approving the letter of intent for Camp McCullough.

 

 



Alpha Begins TONIGHT at 6:30pm in Middleton Parlor at FPC

A relaxed place to share a meal and talk about questions: Alpha. Preview night
January 19, 6:30-8:30 pm
at First Pres Tacoma. #TryAlpha
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Alpha Preview Dinner & Discussion

What do you hunger for? #TryAlpha
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(YA) Young Adults Group

YA (YOUNG ADULTS) GROUP

Who: 18-30 year olds    What:

Small Group Bible Study

Where:

Metronome Coffee on 6th & Union in Tacoma

When:

7:00pm every Thursday night except holidays

Contact Lesley Kagey for more information  lesley.e.kagey@gmail.com

 



Introverts & Extroverts Needed!

INTROVERTS AND EXTROVERTS NEEDED!

We need more volunteers to join our greeters. Would you be more comfortable with a “behind the scenes” job?  We need volunteers to fill the pew racks. Interested in selling books in our new bookstore? Let Carol know.

Contact Carol Heath and be ready to start in the new year.

cheath@fpctacoma.org or 253-831-3651.

 



FPC Women’s Retreat

FPC WOMEN’S RETREAT “Holding Space for God’s Calling”

February 3rd & 4th at Camp McCullough    Speaker: Suzi Entwistle

Early bird $70, after Jan 15, $80.  Register on Sundays in Fellowship Hall or contact Amy Forslund: amerforslund@yahoo.com 

 

 




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