Family Night

Wednesdays, 6:00-8:00 pm, September through May
Family Night offers a time for families from the community and First Pres to come together to share dinner and fellowship time. Family Night also includes adult education and mentoring classes, adult Christian education (Engage & Encounter), programs for youth and children, and nursery care, all for free.

 

Gather with neighbors to eat, play and learn together!

Wednesday Schedule of Activities:

6:00-7:00 pm: Drop-in dinner time for all ages, Fellowship Hall
7:00-8:00 pm: Classes and programs (scroll down for details)

Classes & Programs

Career Transition Resources
(Christian Education Wing)

First Pres is offering free resources and consulting for people looking for new employment opportunities. Our Career Transition Resources program helps our members and the larger community deal with one of the realities that has come about during the last few months: increased involuntary job loss. Experienced HR members are available to help with such actions as resume building, practice interviewing, career planning, and more.

If you would like to be connected with our Career Transition Team, or know of others who might want career guidance, please send an email to [email protected]. You will be contacted shortly thereafter to confidentially discuss how we can best help you.

Next Career Planning Course

Fall Session Dates – Wednesdays, October 6, 13, 27, November 3, 10

Classes will be held in room 101/103 during family night programming, 7:00 – 8:00 pm.

(Chapel)

Teachers present multi-week series on scripture, Christian books, and spiritual topics that are relevant to the Christian journey. These series are separate and apart from our Sunday morning adult education with offerings intended to provide different perspective from the Christian worldview.

MIND, BODY, SPIRIT: THE TRINITY
OF CONNECTING WITH GOD

Wednesdays, September 22 – October 20
7:00 pm / Sanctuary / Rev. Alex Lang
Spirituality is an essential aspect of being a Christian, and yet, we each experience spirituality in a unique way. In this class, Rev. Lang will examine the various methods employed by Christians to form their spiritual connection with God and how our spirituality is expressed through our mind, body and spirit.

Handbell Choir
Bell Choir Room

We are pleased to offer a bite-sized four-week opportunity to ring on Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm after our Family Night dinner (also in the Bell Choir Room). Join the choir September 15, 22, 29, and October 6 and ring with them during 10:30 am worship on Sunday, October 10! What a great way to give bells a try. Contact: Nick Pulikowski

Computer Lab
(Room 102/104 – Open for Anyone!)

The computer lab is staffed with knowledgeable volunteers who are just waiting to show you how to use many different computer applications. All ages are welcome to tap this free resource. Just show up!
Middle School Youth Group
(Grades 6-8)

MSYG is a time for middle school youth to gather together for faith, fun, and fellowship. Learn more about Youth Group on the Youth Group page.

Children’s Choir
(Grades K-5)

Starting September 22, our Children’s Choir has a new and improved rehearsal time! The children’s choir will rehearse in the Sanctuary during the latter half of Family Night dinner on Wednesday evenings, from 6:30-7:00pm. Adult volunteers will take the kids from Fellowship Hall to the Sanctuary and then from the Sanctuary to Kids Connect. Contact: Nick Pulikowski

Kids Connect
(Grades K-5)

During Kids Connect, children in Kindergarten through 5th grade enjoy gym time and hands on creative activities. Throughout the program year, Kids Connect workshops provide children with the opportunity to explore a skill or hobby in a smaller setting.

Free Nursery Care is available from 6:45-8:00 pm
(Blue Room)
Family Night brings together the congregation and the community for fellowship, learning, and fun!

Thank You to the Family Night and PADS Volunteers!

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