Join us each Sunday at 11:00am in person or online (via facebook live) for worship!
See and share Sunday, January 8’s service, observing The Baptism of the Lord via the links below:
On Sunday January 15, we start a new sermon series, The Church: Then, Now, Next. This series walks us through portions of 1 Corinthians, showing how the ancient church still ahs something to say about how we sere as Christ’s body now and in the future. Join us in person or online as we continue living the good news of Jesus Christ
Online participation via Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/firstpresbyterianchurchofgarner
*Masks are welcome but optional during in-person worship as we continue to contend with COVID and an emerging flu season. We also ask everyone to be still mindful of social distancing and respectful of the personal space of others even as we give thanks for being together.*
*Church De-Decorating and Prayer Service: Thank to all who helped pack away our Christmas decorations last Saturday January 7. Your many hands made light work! May the new year continue to be a time of making room for Christ’s love and presence in our lives.
* Walking Group: Join the Walking Group each Tuesday at 6pm. We currently meet at Cadence Senior Living Center (200 Minglewood Dr.). If you have any questions, contact the church office 919-772-0727. In the event there is inclement weather, we’ll just gather the following week.
* Boy Scout Troop 392 is having a Krispy Kreme fundraiser. Please contact the church office (919) 772-0727 for information on how to get your certificate for a dozen glazed donuts. The cost is $15 for each certificate which can be used at any Krispy Kreme location across the United States. (Not valid for in grocery store purchases.)
* The 2023 Flower Chart is up! The flower chart is posted in the hallway and ready for sign-ups. The cost of the flowers for the coming year is $40.00.
*Souper Bowl Sunday: Souper Bowl Luncheon will be on Sunday, February 12th. See flyer below for details, but don’t worry, Confederate Bean and She Crab Soup are rumored to be on the list!!!
*Prayers for Peace: Our world continues to need prayers of word and deed for peace. As we prepare for a new year, may we pay for those affected by the extreme cold weather across the US, as well as those continuing to rebuild from storms earlier in 2022. Please continue to keep law enforcement and first responders in your prayers as well as those struggling with gun violence in too many places in our nation (including Raleigh, NC). Pray, too, for those for whom the holiday season can be heavy as they deal with loss in what is known as a “joyful