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Don't miss this tomorrow afternoon! Fort King Presbyterian Church, 13 NE 36th Ave, on Sunday, May 1st at 3 PM. Plan on a wonderful blend of musical talent.
Class will be in the Session Room at FKPC with a Zoom option
Susan Jensen will lead our discussion this Sunday as we explore Celtic spirituality. She will focus especially on the importance of the natural world in the Celtic spiritual practices. Susan has blessed us many times with her gifts. We are grateful that she is one of us. We ask that as many of you as are able join us for in-person discussion in the Session Room at Fort King.
Please join us for coffee (and on Zoom) at 8:45 AM and class will begin at 9:00 AM.
Meeting ID: 810 0652 4668
FKPC Zoom Worship 05-01-2022
***Zoom meeting opens early at 10:00 AM, for anyone wishing to test audio/video connections and pre-worship chat.
Worship starts at 10:30 AM.
Meeting ID: 846 0642 0313
Remembering Frank Nelson Reynolds, a beloved member of the Fort King Presbyterian Church in Ocala, FL on today his birthday, April 28.
Remembering Gladys (Wines) Mason, a beloved early member (#158) of the Fort King Presbyterian Church in Ocala, FL on today her birthday, April 28.
“A mindful needlework process
that focuses on intention and the joy brought from creating
– not so much the final result of the piece itself.”
WHAT: Beginner slow stitching workshop
WHEN: 10:00 – noon each Thursday in May, beginning on May 5
WHERE: Ft. King Presbyterian HOPE House, 13 NE 36th Ave, Ocala 34470
If you are interested in mindful creativity, open-ended stitchery focused more on process than product, and a chance to connect with others who share this interest, please contact Donna Lavery at 352-239-4096 (call or text) by April 30. Space is limited, so registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
All materials are provided at no cost, but donations to Ft. King Presbyterian
Art4All are always appreciated to help cover supplies.
If you want to know more about slow stitching, here is an introductory article from the Sewing is Cool website:
What Is Slow Stitching? (Slow Stitch Tutorial and Projects) (sewingiscool.com)
Did you know... The Germantown Quaker Petition against slavery of 1688 was the first protest against African American slavery made by a religious body in the English colonies?
Drafted by Francis Pastorius and three other Quakers in Germantown, Pennsylvania on behalf of the Germantown Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, the petition raised the issue of slavery with the Quaker Meeting which they attended.
The petition was based upon the Bible’s Golden Rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” urging the Meeting to abolish slavery.
It argued that every human, regardless of belief, color, or ethnicity, has rights that should not be violated.
Throughout the petition the reference to the Golden Rule was used to argue against slavery and for universal human rights.
You are invited to a scheduled FKPC Worship Zoom Meeting Apr 24, 2022 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada). Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 824 9636 2931
Crossroads II Fort King Presbyterian Church Sunday, April 24, 2022 “How Trees Talk to Each Other” Class will be in the Session Room at FKPC with a Zoom option
Gwynn Pealer will lead the discussion this Sunday. As most of you know, Gwynn is a talented science educator. Her lessons are delightful, as well as educational. “How Trees Talk to Each Other” will be the first of a series of four classes on the natural world: God’s magnificent creation.
Please join us for coffee (and on Zoom) at 8:45 and class will begin at 9:00.
Meeting ID: 810 0652 4668
Ye Olde History Snippets...Cambodian Soua family enjoying Thanksgiving at FKPC and Decorating the Christmas tree in the "Manse". Can you put a date on this?
Did you know there is currently discussion for having a women's retreat this year! A retreat is a wonderful place for women to experience and respond to the love of God. It's a place to renew their strength and faith. Here are our wonderful women 12 years ago!
On 04-17-2022, nearly 30 people of all ages attended ART4ALL! This was in spite of the holiday and thunderstorms! 4 volunteers, 3 church members, and 20 visitors!
You are my Savior, my Strength, my Power, my Resurrection, and my Life.
Thank You that You make all things new. Thank You for making me a new creation in Christ the moment I accepted Your Son as my savior. Thank You for the victory and power I have in Your precious name. No matter what life brings my way, I can look confidently to You because You hold the keys of death which means I am alive in Christ.
Jesus paved way for me to live a life of freedom from sin. Thank You that He made the way. I praise You for the love you lavish on me. May Your light shine brightly on me and through me. May I make a difference in the lives of others by sharing Your truth. Thank You for such an incredible gift. To You be the honor, the glory, and the power on the Resurrection Day.
In Jesus’ Name,
Prayer courtesy of Heather Riggleman, www.HeatherRiggleman.com
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