The FPC congregation celebrated “Siete de Mayo” with a Mexican themed dinner on Sunday, May 7. A big “Thank You” goes to Lorinda and Bob Sultzer for preparing the delicious food and organizing the dinner, with a menu of enchiladas, soft and crunchy tacos, cheese queso dip and chips, and banana pudding and warm chocolate brownies. Additional thanks go to the Deacons and Youth for assisting with set up and clean up on Sunday.
In addition to the carnival activities and photo booth, kids were treated to an Easter Egg Hunt on the church lawn on Sunday before the 10:15 am worship service.
Easter morning activities at FPC for children included a bunny themed carnival! The activities began with a craft station where kids decorated a brightly colored foam cross. After craft time, they gathered in Old Fellowship Hall with youth helpers for carnival style games. Kids played Bunny Golf, Jelly Bean Toss, Basket Toss, Feed the Bunny, Duck Fishing Pond, Pin the Tail on the Bunny, Matching Game, and Carrot Toss. After the carnival games, everyone gathered for Bunny Bingo!
Families and kids of all ages enjoyed the Easter photo booth, as part of the children’s carnival activities on Easter Sunday.
Easter Sunday, April 16
7:00 a.m: Easter Sunrise service at 3 Crosses Hill, N. Highway 99 (approx. 5 miles) In case of inclement weather we will gather at the United Methodist Church on Lincoln for worship. Watch your email for notice of change or call the church for change message.
7:30 a.m: Breakfast served following sunrise service at First Presbyterian (no change)
9:00 a.m : Children’s Activities – Easter Egg Hunt, Crafts, and Carnival Games in Old Fellowship Hall, lower level (Middle and High School Youth are welcome to assist with the activities!)
9:45 a.m : Choir Practice in the Choir Room, lower level
10:15 a.m: Worship Service with Communion; Choir Performance
2:00 p.m: Minstrels ministry to Vintage Park
(Photos below are 2016 Children’s Easter Activities)
Highlights from Palm Sunday, April 9 at First Presbyterian Church
On Sunday, our Miss Brenda presented an entertaining and inspiring children’s sermon on the subject of prayer.