Category Archives: Missions

Loose Change Collection each week

Please bring your loose change each Sunday to donate to the current mission project – Cache Humane Society.

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Each First Sunday – Bring a Can to Church Day

Each first Sunday of the month is the time to bring canned goods and other nonperishable items for the Cache Community Food Pantry. Hygiene items and laundry products are also accepted. Help keep this important resource for the community stocked.

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Sew & Sews – the Wednesday sewing group

Each Wednesday from 1 to 4:30 p.m. in Westminster Hall, people who enjoy sewing are getting together for work time and fellowship. Making sanitary pads for many locations in Africa is the main focus. Donations of light weight flannel or soft cotton fabric are welcome (please, no green). Questions? Contact JeanMarie Schicker at 245-4983. An […]

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Loaves and Fishes first and third Saturdays of each month

The Loaves & Fishes community meal in Bruner Hall is now two Saturdays a month (the first and third)! Participating churches take turns preparing the food (serving from 11:30 to 1PM). About 12-15 volunteers are needed to either: greet, prepare food and cook, serve, setup, cleanup and make home deliveries. Various groups and congregations coordinate […]

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Global Village Gifts Needs Volunteers!

Join other FPC and community volunteers for a short shift twice monthly at Global Village Gifts’ non-profit retail store–now at 69 East 100 North in Logan! The store is open from noon until 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday. Store sales of jewelry, scarfs, purses and other accessories, plus a variety of items for home decor, enable Fair […]

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  • November COVID Update

    If you are reading this before Sunday November 1st, I hope you take the time on Sunday morning to join us for communion in the parking lot at FPC.  It’s communion in the drive-through style, something the first Christians could never have envisioned.  It is nonetheless a faithful celebration of the meal that Jesus first initiated with his disciples.  Pastor Meg and I will be in the parking lot from 11 to 11:30 a.m. and we’ll have music to go along with the meal and hopefully lift your spirits. Stop by to hear the music, and for a blessing along with the communion meal.

    One of the most exciting things for me in recent weeks was our congregational meeting that we held via the online service Zoom.  It was so heart-warming to see that many of you in attendance.  Counting the couples on various screens, I think there were around 50 of you in attendance.  Thank you for your participation.

    At the meeting we elected new elders and deacons for the Class of 2023.  Please join me in expressing our thanks to elders Lovet Fokunang, Dee Logterman, Scott Hofmann, and Dawn Drost, and deacons Terry Brennand, Darcie Bessinger, and Marcia Baker.  We also elected Sheryl Bessinger to fill a partial term as an elder in the Class of 2021.  I’m thankful that they’ve accepted God’s call upon their lives to serve God by serving the people of our community.  May we lift them up in prayer (along with our other deacons & elders) as they help to care for and lead our congregation in challenging times.

    As you might imagine if you’re watching the news, Session unanimously voted to continue with YouTube worship for the month of November.  We continue to get around one hundred views each week, and I am very thankful for your participation in worship on YouTube.  It’s wonderful to have Pastor Meg back from maternity leave.  She is already busy planning Christian Education events and leading youth ministries.

    We will not host a church Thanksgiving dinner for obvious reasons, but we are spending this month getting ready for some exciting things in Advent.  We will have special music throughout our Advent worship services, there will be Advent activities for families, there is a special online bell choir concert in the works, and we’re hoping for an in-person outdoor Christmas Eve service.  Yes, it will be chilly, but we live in northern Utah and I know you people are hardy!  This service will be 30 minutes long, so you don’t get too cold.  We’ll have wonderful organ and bell music and Christmas hymns to sing, along with gospel readings of the birth of Jesus.  I think it’s going to be a wonderful way to celebrate the birth of the Christ-child.

    May the grace and peace of our Lord be with you all.

    —Pastor Derek

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