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Pastor to People . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Resurrection Chapel update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Renovations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Get Ready - The Light is Coming!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Thanksgiving Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Beginning of Advent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Christmas Services Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Blue Christmas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Youth Variety Show and Pie Auction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Advent Family Dinner and Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Las Posadas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 LCCC Festival of Hope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Old Octorara Advent Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Caring in the City Swedish Heart and Mitten Trees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Caring in the City and Future Generations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Sending Fund Recipient . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Scotland Trip. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Upcoming Adult Education Opportunities for Sunday Mornings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Staff Contact Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Sign-up Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back cover


Pastor to People May you know you are blessed I like to think of myself as a champion for diversity, but I confess that I struggle during the holiday seasons we are approaching. Happy Thanksgiving doesn't come close to expressing my gratitude, and Happy Holidays seems a poor substitute for the holiness of Chanukah and Christmas. So this year I am going to try something else. I am going to try “May you know that you are blessed.� I may not make it every time someone greets me with a traditional holiday greeting, but I am going to try. Being blessed doesn't have anything to do with a particular holiday. It has to do with a personal attitude which acknowledges that by the grace of God expressed in Jesus Christ, I am loved by the Creator of the world as I know it. It is recognizing that because of the sheer accident of having been born in the United States ofAmerica, I am richer than 95% of the world's population. Being blessed isn't about financial well being, physical health, or the loss/losses we may have suffered during 2010. It means knowing in the deepest part of my being that you and I have been given an incredible gift of life as we know it. Most of us are lucky enough to have food in our cupboards, a roof over our heads, and a circle of family and friends who love us. We live in a country,

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a county and a city where when we lack any one of these necessities; there are programs to help us find the resources we do not have. My wife, Cherie, has been a tremendous teacher for me during the last seven years of her treatment for cancer. I have never heard her once complain about what she has lost. I have heard her many times being grateful for what she has and for the gift of life itself. She knows she is blessed, and she has been a blessing to our family, as well as to many of you. So as we enter this season of Thanksgiving and the holiness of the seasons of Chanukah (December 1-9) andAdvent (November 28-December 24), May you know you are blessed. Why not join us in church as we give thanks to the giver of the blessings?

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Resurrection Chapel Now at First Presbyterian Church Resurrection Chapel, the Latino New Church Development of the Presbytery of Donegal, has begun holding their worship services and fellowship gatherings at First Presbyterian Church. On Sunday, October 24, 2010 their first service was held in our newly renovated Chapel. Three years ago (2007) this church made a commitment to develop a Latino congregation on the site of the former Memorial Presbyterian Church at 426 South Queen Street. In conversation with those Latino's who were beginning this effort; the church was re-named Resurrection Chapel because we believed that the Caucasian congregation which “died� could be reborn in a new form. In partnership with the Presbytery of Donegal, this congregation has grown from 22 adult members to 44 adult members. It is the goal of the Session to help this congregation to become strong enough spiritually and financially so that they can support their own facility. The building at 426 South Queen Street had become such a financial drain on the congregation's ability to do their ministry that the Session honored the request of the Administrative Commission of Presbytery, and made the decision to sell the building and request the opportunity to have the Resurrection Chapel congregation worship at FPC. It is seen as a commitment for at least a year, but we will celebrate with them their own goal of becoming independent whenever that happens. Please help our Latino brothers and sisters feel at home at First Presbyterian. Extravagant hospitality where all feel the welcome of Jesus Christ is part of our vision statement. This is our opportunity to show

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Chapel, Prayer Room and Library Renovations near Completion The renovation of the Chapel of First Presbyterian Church and the construction of a new Prayer Room and a new Library is nearing its completion. The renovation of the Chapel was made possible through two special gifts. The first was an anonymous gift of $100,000 which was given in 2003 during the renovation of the Sanctuary. It was dedicated to the Sanctuary Renovation Project. Any residual funds were to be used for the Chapel. The $80,000 remaining was less than half the amount that would be needed. The second gift came at the end of 2009 when Charles and Kathryn Huffman gave a gift of $100,000 to complete the Chapel project. This allowed the plans for renovation to be developed during the spring of 2010, and the work began inAugust, 2010. In addition to the Chapel, the Session authorized the construction of a room to be used exclusively for prayer and prayerful discussions. This room was requested by the Healing Ministry Team which will use it on Sunday mornings as a more private space for those who desire healing prayer and anointing for wholeness of body, mind and spirit. This space was created in what used to be the Library. The Library has been moved to what was formerly the Parlor of the Esbenshade Office Building. It provides a larger space for the Library as well as a comfortable meeting space for small groups. The officers and members of the church gathered on October 22, 2010 to ask God's blessing on the use of the spaces which have been renovated. Because the rooms are not complete, this was an informal way to bless their use until a formal dedication can be done for the whole congregation when the projects are completed.

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Get Ready! - The Light is Coming! You, your family, & friends are invited to be a part of something special: Upcoming events at First Presbyterian Church and its community, offered to help you Deepen your Faith, Connect to Community, And Strengthen Relationships. We often miss Advent's power because these November & December weeks are full of secular gatherings, parties, and preparations for Christmas. Each year, the busyness of this season distracts us from having an Advent season that truly prepares us for the celebration of Christmas, with all its meaning. Plan to attend and enter into this Advent season, week by week. Let's Get Ready! The Light is Coming! Prepare your hearts, minds, and homes for the birth of Jesus!

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Downtown Ministerium Thanksgiving Eve Service th

Wednesday, November 24 at 7:00 p.m. / First Reformed Church This year the Downtown Ministerium Thanksgiving Eve Service will be hosted by First Reformed United Church of Christ, 40 East Orange Street which is one block west of our church. The Thanksgiving message is entitled “Learned Ingratitude,� and will be delivered by Rev. Dr. William Lentz, the new pastor at First United Methodist Church. There will be a combined mass choir and brass ensemble make this annual event one of deep joy and celebration. Community fellowship will follow, and a free will offering will benefit the Council of Churches Emergency Winter Shelter Program. Parking is located behind the church at the intersection of Grant and Christian Street, the Murray Insurance Lot on Cherry Street, the Engle, Hambright and Davies lot on Grant Street, and at the Duke and Prince Street Garages. Aparking lot map is available online: http://www.fpclive.org/parkingMap.htm

Cherry Street Thanksgiving Service & Breakfast Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 25 Our Latino community will hold a Thanksgiving morning breakfast from 8 - 10am in the Activities Room, coinciding with the Cherry Street Thanksgiving Worship Service at 9:16am. in Shirk Hall. Please consider starting you Thanksgiving day with community worship and food-fellowship with our Resurrection Chapel brothers and sisters.

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Advent Begins November 28th The first Sunday in Advent is the last Sunday in November this year, November 28, 2010. The Sanctuary will be decorated for the season, and families will light the first of four advent candles. Both the 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. services will focus on music and scripture that prepares us for this season of reflection and joy. At the 10:30 a.m. traditional service, the Chancel Choir will lead us in music. The readings will point us toward the coming of the promised Christ. There will be no sermon, but there will be a narrative which will help set the readings in the proper context. The music has been selected to highlight the meaning of the readings. This is the tenth year we have begun Advent with music, and in a season with so much great music, it is a grand way to begin. It is a great Sunday to invite a friend to church.

Advent Devotional Booklet - Advent Lessons For the fourteenth year in a row a home grown Advent Devotional Booklet will be published by First Presbyterian Church and mailed to our members. It should arrive just a few days before Advent begins. Written by Pastor Riggs and Pastor Houdeshel, the booklet is intended for daily use during the 27 day Season of Advent in preparation for Christmas. Every day there will be suggested scripture readings from the Daily Lectionary with a reflection on one of the four suggested readings. Each day will close with a prayer. The booklet will be mailed to the entire congregation before Thanksgiving to begin its use on Sunday, November 28, 2010—the first Sunday inAdvent. It will also be available on the church website: www.fpcLIVE.org.

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Christmas Services Schedule Christmas Eve Services 5:00 p.m.

Family Pageant Service with our Cherub and Children's Choirs singing.

8:00 p.m.

Traditional Service of Lessons and Carols with brass and choirs. Service includes a Candle Lighting Ceremony.

11:00 p.m.

Candle Light Communion Service--Carols, Candle Lighting and the Sacrament of Holy Communion with a brief message by Pastor Riggs. Christmas Day

11:00 a.m.

Christmas Day Service of Holy Communion in the Chapel. Pastor Riggs will officiate and Pastor Houdeshel will bring a brief message. Sunday, December 26

10:30 a.m.

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One Service only will focus on families worshipping together the day following Christmas to remember the true reason for the season. The service will be only one hour in length. There will be no Sunday school this Sunday, but a Children's Enrichment Program will be offered.

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Blue Christmas

hether you are feeling blue, have lost a loved one to death, divorce, or illness, or are unable to recover your health, job, or identity as you once knew it, the Blue Christmas service provides a coming-together of people who understand that life has seasons of sadness, and that grief needs room to breathe in safe places.

Meditate by candlelight . . . Listen to music and the stories of others . . . Linger over a cup of hot soup afterwards . . . Bring a symbol of your loss . . .

November 14 @ 4:00 p.m.

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In the Sanctuary at First Presbyterian


When You Can’t “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” . . Most of us have experienced personal setbacks severe enough to knock us flat. Whether caused by a job loss, the death of a loved one, divorce, health or other personal crises, when life deals its harshest blow around the holidays, it seems everything becomes more pronounced. On Sunday, November 14, 2010, at 4:00 PM, First Presbyterian Church will host its sixth annual Blue Christmas Service, a service of hospitality to people who need sanctuary from the holiday pressures and a permission-giving environment in which to acknowledge the pain and begin to find treasures in loss. In inviting friends, or assessing whether to attend the service yourself, it's helpful to reflect on comments others have made in previous years: I feel too vulnerable to be in public right now. We understand. Grief or depression in its early stages may feel too raw to expose in a public setting, or you may not feel ready to share in others' experiences. Be true to what you feel you need on the day of the service, and come only if it feels right to you. We provide tissues on the pews so that, if emotions rise, you can feel free to give into them without fear of drawing undue attention to yourself. What can I expect from a service like this? In our beautiful historic Sanctuary, we create a spacious and warm atmosphere with candles, low lighting, and an open altar area. There will be readings, live, contemplative music played and sung, and various other artistic expressions. We invite you to participate by bringing a symbol of your loss (such as a picture or a small object, which you can either leave there or take home) to lay on the altar as you light a votive either for yourself or a loved one. But we don't demand or expect that you do even that. We take no offering; we want you to just be, to receive whatever God gives you through the service and the community of

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Blue Christmas continued people. We don't pretend to be able to change your situation, but we hope to relieve some of the enormous pressure that builds up simply by making a place for the pain to breathe. Why do you hold the service before Thanksgiving? We purposely do it before we decorate for Christmas in order not to exacerbate the visual “noise� of the holidays, which can be even more painful for some. For grieving people, anticipation of the holidays can be just as rough as the holidays themselves. How long does the service last? The service runs for about an hour. While there is an ending time, there is no need to rush off. Some linger in the sanctuary for a long while, while others go immediately to the foyer to enjoy conversation with others over a cup of hot soup. For anyone who wants to be prayed for, a healing prayer room is open and will be staffed with healing prayer ministers. Do I have to have lost someone or feel blue to come? Absolutely not. Some people remark that this particular service is their very favorite of the holiday because of its contemplative nature. It's a time to be still, to enter true sanctuary away from the relentless press of life, particularly around the holidays. Are children welcome? While this particular service is not designed for children, we welcome any well-behaved child whose parent feels they are able to understand the purpose and tone of a service like this. For young children, we recommend having them cared for by our excellent paid professional childcare workers. If I have more questions, who do I contact? Please email Alisa Bair at alisabair@aol.com, or call her at the church (717) 394-6854, ext. 301.

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FPC Youth Ministry’s Annual

Variety Night & Pie Auction November

Should You come to the WHY Talent Show and Apple Pie Auction? 1. It’s just plain fun! A show for all ages - a mix of generations can come together and have a great evening!

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2. It’s a great display of talent from our church family community - singing, acting, comedy and more - something for everyone!

6 - 8pm in Shirk Hall

3. You will be supporting missions of the church AND a great group of teens - proceeds go toward Youth summer mission trips.

Talent Show Pie Auction Bake Sale Gift Basket Drawing Soup & hotdogs available at 5:30pm for growling tummies!

Youth Ministry invites all those who would like to participate in the variety show to do so. Please contact Dale Marx [dale@fpclanc.org OR 394-6854]

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Advent Family Dinner & Workshop November

28 5 - 8pm in Shirk Hall

A family-friendly Advent experience for all ages and generations. Dinner, followed by Advent workshops and activities: Advent Wreath-making, Chrismons, and much, much more. Limited seating - ticketed event: $12 Adults / $8 Children / Family Ticket $40 [Cost covers meal and all craft supplies - Use card on last page to sign up OR laura@fpclanc.org]

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The Holy Family’s Search For Shelter

December 10 6pm in Shirk Hall Join us for an AMAZING evening of food, drama, music & fiesta. Following a gathering time of fellowship and a meal of delicious Mexican treats, we will travel with Mary & Joseph in search of shelter. Limited Seating - Ticketed Event: $7 Adults / $4 Kids / Family Ticket $22 Use card on last page to sign up OR laura@fpclanc.org

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Festival of Hope

Sunday, Dec. 5th at 3:00 p.m.

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

The Lancaster County Council of Churches will again be sponsoring the Festival of Hope – an Advent tradition marking the beginning of the Christmas Season for many in Lancaster. This year's Festival will be held Sunday, December 5th, 3:00 p.m. at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 31 South Duke Street, Lancaster. Dr. Brian Norcross, Director of Music/Minister of Worship at First United Methodist Church of Lancaster is musical director for the Festival Choir. Peter A. Brown, Holy Trinity's Organist and Choirmaster will serve as organist for the service. Musical participants include the Festival Choir (composed of members from area churches), and the Mennonite Children's Choir of Lancaster, directed by Rosemary Siegrist. This year's Festival will be a traditional Service of Lessons and Carols.

Old Octorara Presbyterian Church Advent Service th

The historic Octorara Covenanter Presbyterian Shrine Church will hold its 26 annual Advent Candle Light th Service on Sunday afternoon, December 5 , starting at 4:00 PM. This service features musically talented youth from The Workshop for Young Performing Artists. It is sponsored by The Musical Arts Society of Lancaster. Light refreshments will be served. Join your friends from FPC and others at this wonderful event. The “Old Octorara Shrine Church” is located across the road from the Middle Octorara Presbyterian Church on route 372, about four miles east of Quarryville. For additional information call JeffAlexander at 393-5968.

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Swedish Heart Tree The Caring In the City Committee will again sponsor the Swedish Heart Tree this Christmas season, with gifts going to needy children in Lancaster City. Children served are between birth and 12 years of age. Members of the congregation are asked to take a heart from the tree, which will contain the child’s name and age - purchase a toy, wrap it and return it to the church with the child's name on the outside of the package (cost of the gift should not exceed $20). A tree will be in the foyer on the main level, and in Shirk Hall, on the lower level, beginning the first Sunday in Advent, Nov. 28. All gifts must be returned to the church no later than Sunday, Dec. 19. No gifts will be collected Christmas Eve. If dropping off a gift during the week, please place it in the volunteer office at the church. For more information call Beth Manners, 299-1126 or email manners_family@msn.com.

Mitten Tree

Scarves, hats and gloves may be placed on the Mitten Tree (Foyer) throughout December. They will be distributed to city schools, shelters and the clothing bank in early January. If you have any questions, please contact Marva Godin at 898-8113.

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Caring in the City to Serve Community Meal The Caring in the City Committee will be serving a community meal at Crispus Attucks on Sat. Nov. 27 2010 from 5pm-6pm. Anyone interested in helping to serve, please contact Kristina Sloyer at 290-7286.

Future Generations Compass Mark runs an after-school program for Middle School students every Monday through Thursday at 3:00-6:00pm here at FPC. Students attend the School District of Lancaster and Resurrection Catholic Schools. The emphasis of the program is community service, leadership development, and intergenerational mentoring. Future Generations students are connected with senior citizens at Willow Valley Retirement Community, who serve as mentors to the youth, and the youth in turn support these seniors with energy, commitment and vitality. Future Generations currently needs volunteer drivers to help deliver and pick-up students to make this intergenerational mentorship program possible. Please contact Angie Kline, Future Generations Program Coordinator, at Compass Mark at 717-299-2831 or akline@compassmark.org if you can drive youth to Willow Valley on Thursdays at 3:00pm AND/OR pick-up students from school and take them to First Presbyterian Church at 2:45pm, Monday-Thursdays. Thanks for your continued support of this program!

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Dan Snyder: Sending Fund Recipient My experience in seminary has taught me so much about life, ministry and our God. I have especially learned the value of being part of such a fruitful congregation. Because of the generosity of so many friends and family, I have been able to give focused attention to my studies, preparation for ordination and the transformation that goes along with this process. It seemed impossible to me in 2008 that I could complete seminary and the ordination process and enter ordained ministry debt free. And I count it a miracle and an affirmation of God's leading in my life that so many at FPC have responded and given in faith. As I near graduation the impossible is about to happen. This process has stretched me in many ways. I have been developing new skills and honing familiar ones. I have had the wonderful privilege of traveling to Palestine with my class. And I find that I'm fitting well into the Reformed Tradition. It feels like “coming home.� As I write my statement of faith I enjoy grappling with the theological issues for myself and listening to the faith that God has placed in my heart. I have also relished the opportunity to reflect upon the words of the great women and men in our tradition who have shaped how we know and worship God. Thank you to the many kind friends who encourage me each week by asking how things are going. And thank you to all who are giving sacrificially during these financially challenging times to advance the work of God and affirm my calling.

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Trip to Scotland & Iona Approved for 2012 At its September meeting the Session gave permission to our pastor, Randy Riggs, to organize a Presbyterian Heritage Tour to Scotland and the island of Iona in 2012. The dates are Thursday, June 14, 2012 through Sunday, June 24, 2012. The trip will include visits to Edinburgh, St. Andrews, the Scottish Highlands, and Iona. Each of these places played a pivotal role in the Reformation brought to Scotland by John Knox who was a student of John Calvin. Iona is the island where Columba, an Irish missionary, landed and began the spread of Christianity to what is now Scotland. The trip will be limited to 20-25 people. Pricing for the trip is not yet available, but if you would like to place your name on a waiting list for information, we will deal with it on a first-come first-served basis. You may call the church office and ask for Sarah if you wish to place your name on the waiting list. This trip will be the final activity of Pastor Riggs before he retires on July 1, 2012. Since his visit to Iona during his Sabbatical in 2004, he has longed to return and share it with people of this church.

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Upcoming Adult Education Opportunities for Sunday Mornings Confident Parenting – Well Spring Room at 9am on the Second Level from November 28 to December 19, 2010. Using the book “Confident Parenting” by Jim Burns (host of Home World radio broadcast) we will be discussing time- tested advice and strategies for today's families. New Member Express, in the Foyer. November 14th at 9am and December 12th at 10:30am. For anyone interested in finding out more about our mission in the city or becoming a member of First Presbyterian Church. A Year with God Conversations in the Parlor/New Library on the Main Level near the offices every week at 9am. Using the devotional guide, “A Year with God” by Richard Foster and Julia Roller we will discuss how to live out the spiritual disciplines that can help draw us closer to God and live our lives of faith in Christ. George Mann Adult Bible Study - George Mann Room at Ground Level. The George Mann Bible Study is currently looking into the lives of Old Testament leaders.All adults are invited to come. The 9:30am lesson is preceded by fellowship and music at 9:00 am. The Gathering Contemporary Issues Class - Activities Room at Ground Level at 9am. The Gathering is an adult study group with different outstanding speakers who address tough contemporary topics. There's dialogue with the leaders who share their thoughts with this lively group.

Coming in January 2011 Marriage Mentor Training – Well Spring Room at 9am [upper level], January 9 to March 6, 2011. Be trained to help other couples grow stronger in their marriages while taking your own marriage to the next level using 10 week DVD series by Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott.

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DIRECTOR OF FAMILY MINISTRY Janet Ressler janet@fpclanc.org COORDINATOR OF WORSHIP MINISTRIES Dr. Timothy Sidebothom tsidebothom@dejazzd.com ASSOCIATE IN WORSHIP MINISTRIES Alisa Bair alisa@fpclanc.org CHERRY STREET WORSHIP LEADER Dan Snyder dan@fpclanc.org DIRECTOR OF CHILDREN & YOUTH CHOIRS Susan Hurley

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ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT TEAM BUSINESS OFFICE ASSISTANT Deborah Devine deb@fpclanc.org ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO THE PASTORS Sarah Sgro sarah@fpclanc.org PUBLICATIONS/ HOSPITALITY COORDINATOR Laura Meyers laura@fpclanc.org FACILITIES MANAGER Barry Hoppes sexton@fpclanc.org

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DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY/OUTREACH The Rev. Dale Marx dale@fpclanc.org

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION Allan Ziegler allan@fpclanc.org

P A S T O R A L C A R E

ASSOCIATE PASTOR The Rev. Dr. Donald W. Hackett don@fpclanc.org

F P C A D M I N I S T R A T I V E S T A F F

F P C P R O G R A M S T A F F

SENIOR PASTOR The Rev. Dr. Randolph T. Riggs randy@fpclanc.org

CHOIR DIRECTOR Mark Williams Mark_williams@pequeavalley.org ORGANIST Matt Weaver Matt.weaver@fandm.edu

PASTORAL CARE ASSOCIATE Candace Buckbee candace@fpclanc.org


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