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First Presbyterian Church will spread God’s word, expand God’s family, and provide local and world mission to all people as we share the spirit of Jesus Christ. We hope you will visit our historic church built in 1863, in beautiful downtown Noblesville.

Announcements

Trunk or Treat – October 28th!

Join us for Trunk or Treat in the NEW FPC parking lot from 6pm – 8pm on Saturday, October 28th.  Food and fun will also be going on in Fellowship Hall.  If you attend FPC and would like to donate candy, bring it to Fellowship Hall or dress up and help hand it out in the parking lot!  Click on Serve FPC to sign up!  Contact Jennifer Linville for more information.

Operation Christmas Child Packing Party – November 3rd!

Join us in Fellowship Hall at 6pm for a pizza party and then help pack shoe boxes to be sent around the world.  Last year we packed more than 400 boxes!  We have a blast during the packing party — All ages are welcome and needed!  Thank you!

Christ in the Arts Concert and Art Exhibit – November 5th!

Christ in the Arts presents recording artist June Rochelle, a 20 member choir and instrumentalists celebrating the history of Black American Gospel on Sunday, November 5 at 4pm in the FPC sanctuary.  “God’s Creation” art exhibit runs from October 21 – November 12 in partnership with Nickel Plate Arts.  The concert is free to the public.  For more information click here.

Join a Small Group!

Small groups are starting again!  There are several offerings Sunday evening – Thursday evening and one during the day.  Check out all the offerings here.  There is something for everyone and it’s never to late to join!

Capital Campaign Update

photo-apr-13-6-42-01-pmCapital Campaign Update:  As of October 9th, we’ve raised $83,875.15.  Following is the cost breakdown for the two completed projects:  Kitchen renovation:  $35,910.43, Parking lot renovation:  $37,458.00, Landscaping reserve:  $1,000.  This leaves about $9500 toward the cost of tuck pointing the exterior of the building.    We have been so blessed to raise this amount of money in less than a year and complete two major projects! Tuck pointing is a more complicated process and we are gathering information from contractors recommended by Indiana Landmarks.  We will keep you updated as this project progresses.  Thank you for your faithful giving  of your finances, time and talents.  God continues to be faithful to us.
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to see Paul Auble, Casey Kenley or Anne Kenley.   Click here to see our progress!


 

 

Tell Your Story – Let’s Blog It!

We want to tell your story — whatever it may be.  Be a part of our new blog and send a story to Anne Kenley at anne.kenley@fpc-noblesville.org. Need help?  No worries – we can help! No experience or expertise needed!

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