Friday, September 28, 2018


Join us for SUNDAY NIGHT LIVE – a FREE weekly outreach event open to all in the community at First Presbyterian Church. We invite everyone to come try out our new Children’s Program, experience new ideas for learning Christian values and meet our new Youth & Family Life Director, Paige Ervin.

Come at 5:00 p.m. for a FREE dinner and enjoy delicious food (taco salad, pizza, hamburgers, chicken strips, etc.) that includes dessert, in a family style setting before the weekly programs begin at 5:30 p.m. Adult small groups, Jr. & Sr. High Youth Group and Sparks, our new children’s program, gather for 90 minutes for their respective programs. From 7-7:30 p.m. the evening comes to a close with an uplifting time of praise and prayer to start your week off right!

Sunday Night Live provides something for everyone ages 0 – 99. Infants and children up to 2 years of age will be cared for in the nursery and will be entertained by lots of nursery toys while learning important age-appropriate social skills. They will also be taught some basic biblical principles and/or lessons through song.

Children ages 2 through 5th grade will take part in our new children’s program, Sparks. Divided into smaller groups determined by age, children will play age-appropriate games, create art projects and sing songs that enhance the scripture or lesson taught each week. Activities for this age group are planned in a way that encourages lesson retention and real life application for kids to grow in their spirituality and faith.

Kids in 6th – 12th grade will meet for Youth Group with our new Youth & Family Life Director, Paige Ervin. Paige will lead our youth in fun activities, meaningful conversations and relatable Biblical lessons. Some of the Youth activities throughout the year include a youth retreat, a Christian concert/festival in the summer, church and community service projects and a trip to Kings Island. Other youth activities could include paint-ball, Putt-Putt golf and the driving range, bikes rides and/or nature hikes. Teens will learn how to incorporate biblical principles and Christian values into their everyday lives as they grow in their faith and build lasting friendships.

Adults are encouraged to participate in small group meetings that are currently participating in the Congregational Study, “The Next Best Step,” a book/study written by Gordon Bell. Upon completion of the congregational study, small groups are encouraged to continue meeting weekly. Groups can choose another Christian book to study, a Right Now Media study, embark on a Christian education venture or just be a support to each other in our journey of faith. As we move through the year, Christian education opportunities (classes, studies) will increase and provide more options for anyone interested in developing a deeper faith and more meaningful relationship with God and other Christians.

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