Mission & Care
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Living at the Intersection of the Resurrection
The resurrection of Jesus Christ promises hope for life after this one. But it also promises hope for life today. The power of Resurrection Life offers transformation on our way to becoming like Jesus. But daily patterns of living can cause us to resist this powerful gift. In this series we will discover how to respond when Daily Life intersects with Resurrection Life.
Worship This Week
First Presbyterian Church is a community of faith in the heart of downtown Lancaster. Our vision is to show the love of Christ to our neighbors through partnerships with organizations that are skilled at meeting essential needs of vulnerable populations. See some of our priorities listed below. While outward mission has a long tradition at First Presbyterian, so does our inward practice of caring for one another (see our Caring Ministries, also below). Loving our neighbors and loving one another are part of our identity. If this sounds like the kind of church where you could get involved, please contact us.
We are currently focusing local mission in the areas of:
- Food insecurity
- Educating and empowering vulnerable populations
- Racial justice
International mission is focused on:
- Food insecurity
- Clean water
Mission study groups are helping us learn, understand, and adapt to changing circumstances in the Lancaster community and around the world. Drivers of change include the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on vulnerable populations and the need for racial justice at home and abroad.
To learn more about our local or international mission programs, or to support, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A deep and warm environment of care is central to our life together. Our Stephen Ministry care givers train for over 50 hours to learn skills lot support people going through difficult times.
Gratitude is the Christian response to recognizing that all good things that happen in our lives are gifts from God. When we practice gratitude, we reflect on the blessings of our lives together, through worship, sacred spaces, programs and spiritual formation, and how we engage our community beyond the walls of First Presbyterian Church.
We listen for the way God speaks through us as a congregation to understand where we need to go. See the video here. That’s how we create a vision rooted in our tradition, informed by the present and oriented to the future.
For all of us, First Presbyterian Church of Lancaster is an exciting place to be affiliated with. There’s so much good work that has taken place in recent months – and it continues today and going forward. Even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, our church continues to move forward to reach new heights. To do so, your individual and family support, through giving, very much matters.