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First Presbyterian Church of Redlands, CA – Worship with us Sunday, May 28th

100 Cajon Street, Redlands CA 92373 – (909) 793-2839

Sunday, May 28th at 9:30 am

Special notice! To have access to the church parking lots, come down 4th Street from Olive! The Redlands Festival of Arts is underway this weekend.

On Sunday, May 28th,  we will find ourselves in the  twenty-fourth chapter of Luke’s Gospel.  The passage records Jesus’s last words to his disciples and his blessing of them before he ascends to heaven.   Jesus reminds the disciples that they have been witnesses to his life and ministry.  The Reverend Sylvia Karcher will lead us in worship this Memorial Day Weekend. Her sermon is entitled, “Out of the World?” So, is Jesus out of this world or in it? Come and worship with us and find out!

This Coming Week

Sunday, May 28th – The Redlands Festival of Arts borders our church on Saturday, May 27th and 28th. Come see 60 renown artists, enjoy live entertainment, visit the kid’s fun zone and explore the Smiley Library and Lincoln Shrine.  To park at the church you must come down 4th Street from Olive.

Monday, May 29th the church office will be closed for Memorial Day

Thursday, June 1st at 7:00 am until 7:45 am Sunrise Lectio happens in the Sanctuary narthex. Come and listen for God’s movement in your life through scripture.

Thursday, June 1st at 7:00 pm the Book Club will meet at the home of Chris and Lisa Kane. Please call the church for their address. We will be discussing Take this Bread by Sara Miles.

Saturday, June 3rd at 8:00 am Team First Presbyterian Church of Redlands will walk in the 2017 Redlands Hunger Walk sponsored by Family Services Association of Redlands. You can just show up the day of the event and join us if you’d like! The event starts and ends at the north end of the quad at Redlands University.

Saturday, June 3rd at 9:30 am bring your enthusiasm and painting supplies to the church and join a volunteer crew, as give our classrooms a fresh coat of paint.

 

 

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