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Pentecost Special Offering

On June 5, we will collect the Pentecost Special Offering in support of young people. Our financial support helps in guiding them as they grow in faith and helping them strengthen their unique gifts. 

The Presbyterian Mission Agency receives 60% of the offering to support the Young Volunteer Program which offers a faith-based year of service for young people aged 19-30 in the US and abroad; Ministries with Youth which supports the Presbyterian Youth Triennium; and children at risk in the areas of education and providing safe havens.  

The remaining 40% of the offering is retained by our congregation to be used in support of children at risk. This year, the Mission Committee voted, and the Session approved support of the Alabama Birth Project, supporting expectant mothers imprisoned in Alabama. As well, they are assisting in the process of re-entering life after prison – a perilous time for the women. Helping them navigate new relationships with their children, often regaining custody of their children, securing safe housing, a job, transportation, and finding mental health care to learn coping skills, help her build an after-prison life of behavior and skills that keep her from going back to prison, and from putting her children at further risk. 

Please give prayerful consideration to generously supporting the Pentecost Special Offering on June 5. Checks should be made payable to FPC, with "Pentecost" noted in the memo section. You may also give online to the Special Offerings Fund.


Opportunity to Serve

June 11 - 2nd Saturday at the Community Market of the East Alabama Food Bank

Volunteers are needed from 9am-12pm (or whatever amount of time you can serve) on June 11 to help at the Community Market. All ages are welcome - please make sure children under the age of 12 have an adult come with them! Sign up here to let us know you are coming!

We Need YOU to Host Punch-on-the-Lawn!

Great Opportunity for Families to Serve!

Join us in the courtyard following the 11 a.m. worship service for a time of fellowship and refreshment. Greet your neighbors, introduce yourself to visitors, and enjoy God's creation as we spend time together in community.

Volunteers are needed to serve punch throughout the summer months. Please see this sign up link to reserve your date - you will be contacted ahead of time with details about setup and clean up. For more information about volunteering, please contact Kirstin Yost at at kmyost97@gmail.com or 910-309-1625.

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Exciting Changes!

Throughout the next several months you may notice quite a bit happening on the third and ground floors of the education building! Guided by our church's master plan, the Property Committee and representatives of Christian Education are working hard to renovate adult, youth, and children's classrooms. We hope to celebrate with an official unveiling in August as we begin the new program year. In the meantime: 

  • Thank you to all our groups who have relocated to new spaces for the summer!
  • If you are interested in helping with various tasks that will arise throughout the summer (painting, furniture cleaning/painting/refinishing, cleaning and assembling furniture) please contact Rev. Kathy Reed or Chris Sarkowski
  • Finally, you may financially support this project by making a gift to the Facility Improvement Fund at https://www.fpcauburn.org/give. (More details to come soon!)  

This Week at FPC

Sunday, May 29

9 a.m. - Worship with communion in the chapel

9:45 a.m. - Sunday School for all ages

11 a.m. - Worship in the sanctuary

Bulletin for May 29 worship

Sunday Parking Map

Update on FPC COVID Protocols

Early Service Now Mask Optional:

At its April stated meeting the session approved a request to make masks optional for the early service beginning this Sunday, May 1. In the weeks ahead arrangements will also be discussed to return to singing at this service as well.

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Children and Youth News

VBS Registration is now open!!! Click on this link. 

♢ Don’t forget about our Google calendar! Go to the link below and follow the instructions to add our Google calendar to your device. For the safety of our children and youth, this calendar is private and can only be accessed through this link.  


♢ Parents please note, due to the renovations going on upstairs beginning this Sunday and continuing throughout June, July, and August, Children’s Sunday school will meet in Baird Hall and Youth Sunday school will meet in the Round Room below the chapel

Children Pre-K through 5th grade

• Children’s Church: After the Word to Grow By (at 11 a.m. worship), children ages 4 to 1st grade will go to the Preschool Room to worship together for the remainder of the worship service.

• Worship bags are also available for all children during worship.

• Children’s Sunday school will meet this Sunday from 9:45 – 10:45 in Baird Hall.

Jr. and Sr. High Youth

• Jr. and Sr. High Youth Sunday school will meet this Sunday from 9:45-10:45 in the Round Room below the Chapel.

• Jr. and Sr. High Youth will meet in the church parking lot this Wednesday at 7pm for First Wednesday Fellowship.


May 30 - Susie Gogue, Emily Klinkenborg

May 31 - Jean Lancaster (95th!)

June 1 - Ron Parsons

June 2 - Vickie Cooper, Dorothy Moran

June 3 - Lindsey Joiner, Sarah McClure, Lauren Parsons

June 4 - Edward Hiltbold


May 29 - Peter and Terri Rouillard

June 3 - Don and Vonda Ball (55th!)

June 4 - Ray and Jo Cooper (70th!)

Prayer Concerns & Celebrations

For the time period in which our church family is worshiping virtually, our pastors have decided that prayer concerns will be shared via weekly email. These individuals will most certainly be prayed for during our Sunday worship service, but their names and specific concerns will not be shared via broadcast.

  • Prayers of healing for Bob Cochran as he recovers at home from a successful surgery to remove a malignant tumor.
  • Continued prayers of comfort for Patsy Combs as she grieves the death of Bill.
  • Prayers of healing for Sarah Hill as she recovers at home after successful knee replacement surgery.
  • Please continue to pray for many members of our church who are dealing with illness or significant health issues, but at this time do not wish to be mentioned by name. Prayers of healing for many in our congregation.
  • Prayers of comfort for the families of those killed in the school shooting in Uvalde, TX. Prayers of guidance for our nation as we seek answers and actions to prevent gun violence.
  • We pray for the nation of Ukraine and we pray for peace as they face senseless violence and war from another nation. We pray that all will come to a peaceful solution and no more people will be injured or killed.  
  • Prayers of healing for Thomas Pope’s parents as they both recover from health issues these last few weeks. 
  • Continued prayers of healing for a family member of Myrna Walker. Myrna’s relative is now home and continuing to recover from hip replacement surgery. 
  • Prayers of healing for Kay Recknor’s friends the Rev. Mitzi Lesher-Thomas and her husband the Rev. Troy Thomas. Mitzi has glioblastoma brain cancer and has been undergoing chemotherapy.
  • Prayers for Tripp Hinkle’s mother as she receives treatment for cancer. 
  • Prayers for Amy Kilner and her family (daughter in law of Dorothy Moran). Amy is in need of a kidney transplant and is currently looking for a donor.
  • Prayers of healing and wholeness for the friends of the Barnes Family, Wes and Melanie Jackson. Both Wes and Melanie are seeking treatment for significant health issues.
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