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Welcome! You can find First Presbyterian Church at the corner of
Kirkwood Boulevard and Iowa Streets, located in the heart of the city of
Davenport, Iowa. You're always invited to worship with us! A place to
belong! Where faith is nurtured, curiosity is encouraged, diversity is
welcomed, and all are loved.
Copyright © 2017 First Presbyterian Church of Davenport, Iowa. All Rights Reserved.
“What does the LORD require of
you but to do justice, and to love
kindness, and to
walk humbly with
- Micah 6:8
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We invite all friends and members of First Presbyterian Church to please take
this time to answer a few
questions about Small Group Connections. How do you take the survey? Follow this link or complete a
paper survey available on Sunday mornings in Fellowship Hall. Your participation will assist us in
facilitating this Envisioning 20/20 God-sized Dream.
Step 2: Stay Tuned!
Based upon the interests expressed from the survey and leadership readiness,
groups will be formed
and open for you to join. To find out what groups are emerging, visit the small groups display board in
the back of the Sanctuary or visit the small groups webpage for updates. To express your interest in
joining the small group, please contact the facilitator.
It’s Paper Hearts for February! Please show your love
February is the month for love. Show your love for others in the community and
help the Deacons Outreach
Committee with the Paper Hearts drive. Toilet paper, something we all take for granted, is the #1 item that the
shelters lack. You can bring new packages of toilet paper to Fellowship Hall. The Deacons will be collecting the
donations and will take everything to Humility of Mary for distribution to their shelters. Show a stranger some love this
month by donating toilet paper.
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper - February 28, 5:00 pm
Before Lent, why not enjoy some pancakes on “Fat Tuesday?” So come and enjoy a delicious hot pancake supper. There is no charge, but
donations will be accepted. Shrove Tuesday originated during the Middle Ages. As in contemporary times, food items like meats, fats, eggs,
milk, and fish were regarded as restricted during Lent. To keep such food from being wasted, many families would have big feasts on Shrove
Tuesday in order to consume those items that would inevitably become spoiled during the next forty days.
FPC’s Annual Congregational Meeting - Sunday, February 26, 10:00 am
Each year the church sets aside time for the Annual Congregational Meeting and encourages every member to attend.
Typically, an annual
meeting may consider such business hearing reports from the Session or selected committees of Session or other organizations of the church,
and transacting any other business as is appropriate. Copies of the 2016 Financial Report Package and the 2016 Annual Report will be
available at the Welcome Desk.
Prayer Vigil at FPC for Victims of Violence - Sunday, February 26, 7:00 pm
Join with fellow Christians for a Prayer Vigil. Meet by the Porte Cochere entrance along Kirkwood Boulevard. Let us pray for God’s healing for
victims, and let us bear witness to the senseless violence in our country.
This presentation is supported by the Arts Midwest
Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest that is
funded by the National Endowments for the Arts,
with additional contributions from the Illinois Arts
Council Agency, the Iowa Arts Council, and the
Quinteto Latino explores new twists on traditional
folk songs and premieres works by living composers.
These five musicians perform with impeccable artistry
and infectious energy – educating, enriching, and
entertaining listeners of all ages and backgrounds.
Founded in 2004 by French horn player Armando
Castellano, this unique ensemble is passionately
dedicated to a dual mission: to expand the cultural
boundaries of classical music, and to make that music
available, relevant, and inspiring to entirely new