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Get Connected with Upcoming ACE Programs at FPC!


Opportunities for education, topics of discussions, current events, and congregational engagement can be
found in our Adult Christian Education (ACE) classes.  If you have a program or topic you think would be of
interest, please contact a member of the ACE Committee or call the church office. Classes are open to all --
bring a friend!

ACE Mission Statement:  To oversee the development, promotion, coordination and execution of Christian Education
programs for the adults of First Presbyterian Church. In order to strengthen personal relationships between individuals and
God, each individual must first obtain a fuller understanding of the nature of God and of God’s will.  To accomplish this task,
teaching must accommodate itself to the needs and abilities of those being taught.  Such teaching emphasizes God’s
revelation through Jesus, but includes many other sources as well, since the Holy Spirit’s efforts to reach humanity are
unbounded.


Von Maur Hall Series - Sundays, 10:00 am 


January 14: Christians, Science and Politics        

When people talk about the problems they have with Christianity and the church, they often
name  certain attitudes and behaviors that Christians practice in a judgmental way. What do
young adults (atheists, agnostics and non-attenders) believe are our greatest wrongs that that
have pushed them away from church involvement?  Please join us for "Christians, Science
and Politics", the second topic in our video series.  This is a chance to share thoughts and
opinions as we discuss each DVD presentation.

January 21: When Speaking of Other Religions

When people talk about the problems they have with Christianity and the church, they often name  certain attitudes and
behaviors that Christians practice in a judgmental way. What do young adults (atheists, agnostics and non-attenders) believe
are our greatest wrongs that that have pushed them away from church involvement?  Please join us for "When Speaking of
Other Religions", the third topic in our video series.  This is a chance to share thoughts and opinions as we discuss each DVD
presentation.  

January 28: ACE in recess, plan to attend the Congregational Meeting

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