Abundant Compassion Project
• Do you have a passion for a particular cause?
• Have you always wanted to start a ministry?
• Do you sense God calling you to help meet a community need?
Because of a generous $10,000 gift given to our church, we have created the Abundant Compassion Project. Our goal is to cultivate
a harvest of compassion in our community. We will grant $1,000 to ten compelling projects.
Click here to learn more.
Vacation Bible School & Service Squad June 17 - 21
To Mars & Beyond
4 yrs - 2nd grade
We will begin at the outpost on Mars then blast off to distant planets on exciting missions to explore the wonders of God's power
NEW! Sports Camp Blast with Victory Sports
3rd - 5th grade
In partnership with Victory Sports, basketball, soccer, team building and devotion time will be included each day.
6th - 8th grade
After a group devotional, we will head out each day to complete a mission project with a local organization. We are seeking volunteers
to drive and participate!
Click here to learn more & register.
Compassion in Action
All Church Mission Day
Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 a.m. - noon
Answer God's call to compassionate action as we gather as a church family and are sent out to serve. All generations are invited
to sign up for the various mission opportunities to our community: Feed My Starving Children, SCARCE, St. James Farm clean-up,
We Grow Dreams, yard work for seniors in our own community, and more. Compassion in Action is a great way to serve our community
and to fill Jesus' commandment to love our neighbor. Sign-up at the tables on the link or in the church office. Childcare available upon request.
Contact Pastor Kyle at (630) 668-5147 with any questions.
Abraham's Children Breakfast & Presentation
Upending Nativism in the Middle East
Saturday, May 4
8:30 a.m. in Stewart Hall
Don't miss this presentation by Rev. Dr. Gary Burge who will lead an examination of a key passage
in Luke 4 about the turbulent first sermon of Jesus and its implication for us today.
Tickets are $15. Call the church office at 630-668-5147 for reservations or
register online here
Community Art Gallery Highlighting the artistic creations of members of
First Presbyterian Church and local artists.
Paintings by Peg Sindelar
March 31 - May 31 on the Link
Peg Sindelar works with watermedia, collage, and printing. She has been painting and studying with nationally acclaimed painters
for over 20 years. Her subject range has resulted from her extensive travels in the U.S. and abroad. Themes include stylized and
realistic landscapes, seascapes, animals and people.