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Introducing Proverbs 31 | Women of Wamego

By Emilie Fink It’s been on my heart to find not only the time but also a tribe to explore my faith with women who are in a similar life stage. Balancing our work, homes and families  has us pouring … Continue reading

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By Sarah Hancock This is a photo of First Presbyterian Church in my hometown of Hoxie, Kansas. This is the church I grew up attending. It looks like the church in Wamego because it was built by the same builder … Continue reading

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All grown up!

Our upcoming 150th celebration has members looking through their photos. Jennifer Brunkow shared two gems: the 2012 confirmation class and a group that attended a youth mission trip to Goodland Academy in Oklahoma City. Some stories from that trip included … Continue reading

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You had me at 125

By Susan Symons You had me at 125. The move to Wamego, Kansas, was exciting, but then also a bit eerie, for me.  I found it curious because following my college graduation and subsequent moves to a new town in … Continue reading

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Breaking the rules of Bible study

Wamego First Presbyterian Church values intellectual inquiry. Don’t believe it? Read this post by David Hancock, leader of a Sunday morning Bible study, then join us as we celebrate 150 years of learning more about the Bible.   When I … Continue reading

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What Wamego First Presbyterian Church means to the Crillys

Rosemary and Gordon Crilly We joined the church in 1969, and soon we had lifetime friends. The church first brings me closer to God and his teachings. A few of the main programs I served on were Session, teaching Sunday … Continue reading

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Joyful noise: A children’s choir memory

Brenda Merryman Belief shared the following memory: One year when I was in elementary school, there was a children’s choir. The children’s choir was supposed to sing for a celebration at the church; I believe it was the 100th anniversary. … Continue reading

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