Monthly Archives: April 2016

Acts Network Update

First Church, I want to share an incredibly exciting word with you today! Many of you may remember that in all of our worship services during the very first Sunday in January of this year we commissioned 7 Acts Network leaders who began leading 5 different groups.  The Acts Network is an initiative that First…

Be a Part of Transform PA!

First Church, Mark down the dates of August 1-5.               August 1-5!               August 1-5! Those will be the dates of this year’s TRANSFORM PA!!!  (Formerly our Williamsport Mission week and Transform Lycoming County).  If you are wondering why the name change it is because each year since we began this mission opportunity…

Fay Household-April Edition

This past Thursday, we talked about grace at our monthly gathering. How have you experienced grace? How do you extend grace easily? In what ways do you find it difficult to extend grace? In what areas of your life do you struggle it’s accepting grace? We enjoyed lasagna, salad and fruit. We talked about hopefully…

The BIG Picture (Part 1)

First Church, Sometimes it is good to take a few minutes to “step back” and look at the big picture.  In the every day rush of life it can be difficult to notice some of the more significant things going on. To help us see the big picture of what God is doing at First…

A New Chapter

First Church, Today officially begins a new chapter in the life of our student ministry here at First Church… a ministry which “officially” goes by the name of fuse* student ministries (if you want to know more about why it is called fuse* please be in touch with our director of student ministries, Josh Tobias!)….

Small Things Can Make the Biggest Differences

First Church, Last weekend something significant happened at First Church.  Yes, I know Easter and the Celebration of the Resurrection occurred.  And that was amazing!  But I am talking about something else… something much more subtle, but still quite significant. For weeks we had been asking First Church folks if they were able to please…