Sunday, October 23 was the deadline for the church to receive your 2023 financial pledge form.
If you missed this deadline, there is still time to submit your pledge form. Bring or mail your form to the church office as soon as you can, or from this website choose the DONATE button and complete the process online. We would love to have 100% participation from the membership this year.
Questions about FPC’s pledging process? Misplaced your packet? Contact Business Administrator Tom Bloom in the church office by email or phone (919-682-5511 x 216) for assistance.
Check out this Stewardship Moment. Thank you for supporting the ministries of FPC.
Medical debt is the source of incredible inequities, keeping families mired in debt and impeding their ability to build assets. Plus, it adds enormously to emotional stress. That’s why First Presbyterian Church is leading this campaign as one reparations strategy. The potential to WIPE OUT DEBT for pennies on the dollar is amazing! When you make a pledge to our capital campaign, you are already supporting this project. If you have not already made a pledge, we hope you will join us in giving to our Building Beloved Community campaign! To learn more about how this debt is eliminated, click here .
To pledge to reduce medical debt without giving to the capital campaign, click here. Please invite your family and friends to add to the amount we give to relieve medical debt. Give in the name of FPC’s Building Beloved Community campaign.
Check out this NPR Report: This group’s wiped out $6.7 billion in medical debt, and it’s just getting started – August 15, 2022 5:00 AM ET https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2022/08/15/1093769295/this-groups-wiped-out-6-7-billion-in-medical-debt-and-its-just-getting-started
First Presbyterian Church has been blessed by the faithfulness and generosity of our members, past and present. Throughout the years, we have remained focused on our mission: Worshipping God in community and bearing witness to God’s love and justice in the world. Our Building Beloved Community Capital Campaign is our opportunity to advance our mission as we set our sights on our building expansion and renovation plans.
Hear what one of our members has to say about the campaign and its two mission components.
We have spent the last several months planning, sharing, and praying for the success of our Capital Campaign. Campaign pledges are being received as we witness to the mission and ministry of First Church. Thanks be to God for the many blessings we have received and the willingness of our members to respond generously with their prayers, time and financial support.
If you have not yet done so, please return your campaign pledge form to the church office, or respond online through our church website. If you did not receive, or need another campaign packet, please contact Tom Bloom at (919) 682-5511 or email to [email protected]
“The body of Christ, joined together, grows and builds itself up in love,
as each part does its work.” Ephesians 4:16
Beginning Sunday, July 24, masks are no longer required when in the sanctuary or other spaces at FPC. For you own comfort level, you can mask up or not.
We encourage those who are eligible to receive the vaccine and boosters to protect yourself and others from the newest and more contagious variant of the COVID virus, by getting vaccinated.
Snapshot No. 2 Our Church in Crisis Times: The Civil War
Snapshot No. 3 Our Church in Crisis Times: World War 1
Snapshot No. 4 Our Church in Crisis Times: Great Depression, 1929-1939
Snapshot No. 5 Our Church in Crisis Times: Distant Drums of War, 1937-1941
Special thanks to FPC historian Peter Fish for writing these moments in FPC’s history and to Carol Carson who submitted the photos and images.