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June 2013

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“Glorifying God through equipping disciples to love and serve our neighbors.�

Volume 51

First Presbyterian Church 9 South 8th Ave Yakima, WA 98902

(509) 248-7940

Our Core Values • Glorifying God with our best • Pioneering and ongoing outreach • Engaging and nurturing relationships • Being a cornerstone in the community • Equipping people for ministry through biblical foundation and service

Sermon Series Kingdom Living: The Inviting Church “If you build it, they will come.” -Field of Dreams Who could ever forget that line from the baseball movie classic Field of Dreams? The plot of the movie entailed building a baseball diamond in the middle of a corn field, getting a game started, and waiting until paying spectators simply showed up to watch. Yes, there were other plot points, but that was the gist of it! This “wait until they come” approach has been utilized with great success within the church for the greater part of the last century. Churches that built nice facilities and put together the best “game” would be flooded with visitors who were looking for something to do on Sundays. Today, this is no longer the case. Aside from a few exceptions, this passive approach of sitting back and waiting for the people to come hither doesn’t work anymore. This is attributed to changes in the culture as we are now living in a post-Christian society. Many of the churches that peaked in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s have either plateaued or begun to decline. Thus, the challenge for the church today is to move from a passive posture to a more active position. In an athletic stance, one has to shift their weight from his/her heals to the balls of his/her feet. Instead of sitting back, ready to “welcome,” we need to go out and “invite”! Here’s the thing- we need to invite people to more than just Sunday morning! We need to invite people to get to know Jesus and experience the blessings of that relationship and being part of a community of believers. This necessitates believers being more active in sharing and living their faith. Within this summer series, we will explore what it means to be an active “Inviting Church.”


June 9, 2013

“The Invitation to Follow”

June 16, 2013

“The Invitation from the Father”

June 23, 2013

“Invitation to Children and Youth”

June 30, 2013

VBS Sunday - Special Kids Presentation

Matthew 4:18-22

Matthew 19:13-15

Here@First is available in a PDF format on the church web page at For inquiries, submissions, omissions, and corrections, contact Curt Rosenkranz in the church office. 248-7940 x 113

Calendar June Events Sunday, June 2 Sunday, June 2 Sunday, June 2 Monday, June 3 Tuesday, June 4 Wednesday, June 5 Thursday, June 6 Thursday, June 6 Thursday, June 6 Saturday, June 8 Saturday, June 8 Saturday, June 8 Saturday, June 8 Sunday, June 9 Monday, June 10 Tuesday, June 11 Tuesday, June 11 Tuesday, June 11 Tuesday, June 11 Tuesday, June 11 Tuesday, June 11 June 14, 15, 16 Sunday, June 16 Sunday, June 16 June 17 - 21 Tuesday, June 18 Friday, June 21 Sunday, June 23 Tuesday, June 25 June 24 - 28 Sunday, June 30 Sunday, June 30

Communion Sunday all morning Summer Cristo Vive Worship Begins 9:00a / 6:00p Trailseekers Pod Building 3:30p - 5p Living Water Meeting 5:30p Adult Ed Meeting 7:00p Women’s Ministry Meeting 4:00p Happy Travelers Meeting 1:30p Senior Adult Ministries Meeting 3:00p Ghormley Commission Happy Travelers: Bickelton Days all day Prayer Ministry Breakfast 8:30a Prayer Shawl Ministry 9:00a Ghormley Work Day / Free Lunch / RSVP 9:00a VBS Volunteer Mtg (Youth 3p-5p) (Adults 4p-5p) Edith Ferry Circle Potluck 12:00p FPC Brown Bag Lunch #1 11:30a - 1:00p Service Ministry Team Meeting 6:00p Fellowship Ministry Team Meeting 6:00p Worship Ministry Team Meeting 6:00p Sacred Messengers Meeting 7:00p Business Ministry Team Meeting 7:00p Outreach Camp all weekend No Kidzone Today Summer Worship Begins Today 9:00 & 11:00a VBS Decorating / Many Rooms Unavailable all day Session Leadership Team Meeting 7:00p Orcas Camp Closing Ceremony 5p - 6p No Kidzone Today Session (No Dinner) 6:30p Vacation Bible School 8:45-12:00p VBS Sunday all morning Family Ministries Pool Party 12:00p

Sanctuary Chapel DF Lounge Parlor Room 203 Adult Ed Adult Ed Adult Ed Ghormley Meadow Bickelton Gym Mid High Rm Ghormley Meadow Gym Parlor Garden Room Adult Ed Parlor Room 220 DF Lounge Library Ghormley Meadow

Everyone Spanish Speaking Trailseeker Mentors Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee Everyone Prayer Team Knitters Everyone VBS Volunteers Women Everyone Committee Committee Committee Committee Committee

Sanctuary Entire Church Adult Ed Sanctuary

Everyone Everyone Committee

Mid High Rm Entire Church Sanctuary Foster’s Home

Elders & Program Staff 4 yrs - 5th gr Everyone Everyone

Monday, July 1 July 4 and 5

Living Water Meeting Independence Day / Church Closed

Parlor Entire Church

Committee Everyone

5:30p all day

Weekday Events M-W-F Monday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Exercisers TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Overeaters Anonymous Al-Anon Women of Action Contemporary Worship Rehearsal Temple Choir Rehearsal SOZO Prayer

9:00a-10:00a Gym/GR 10:00a Adult Ed 12:00p Adult Ed 5:15p Adult Ed 9:30a Chapel 5:30p Sanctuary 7:00p Choir Room 9a-Noon / 5:00p-9:00p

Sr Adults Everyone Everyone Everyone Women Worship Band Choir SOZO Team

Sunday Mornings Contemporary Worship - led by Contemporary Worship Team** 8:00a & 9:30a Traditional Worship - led by Organ & Choir 11:00a Worship - Cristo Vive (Spanish) 9a & 6p KidZone Sunday Classes (K-5th Grades)** 9:30a Sonbeams** 9:30a Cubbies** 9:30a Adult Ed Bible Class -TBA Being a Disciple in the World Today (10:00a starting on the 16th) 9:30a Golden Circle 9:30a

**Please see summer worship schedule on page 4.

Sanctuary Sanctuary Chapel Upstairs Mezzanine L2 Room 103 Adult Ed Mezzanine Lounge

Everyone Everyone Everyone K-5th 2½ yr & 3yr 4yr & 5yr Adults Adults Adults


Happenin’ @ First Cookies & Cans Every Sunday morning we serve cookies, coffee and punch during fellowship hours after each service in the Garden Room. Our church family provides the cookies each week. Please bring cookies on the week beginning with the first letter of your last name. Also consider bringing a donation of non-perishable food items for donation to Calvary Rescue Mission.

June June June June June

2 : A-F 9 : G-M 16 : N-S 23 : T-Z 30 : A-F

Congregational Care Needed?

TV Broadcast

FPC is now broadcasting a previously recorded Sunday service on Charter Cable channel 21, from 9a-10a on Sunday mornings. It is our sincere hope that new people throughout the Yakima Valley, as well as our current listeners, will join us to hear the Good News of Jesus Christ as we begin this more efficient and cost effective broadcast. DVD’s are also available for a $3 donation. House-bound members can have a Deacon deliver a DVD at no cost.

Senior Adult Exercise Group

Join in the fun with low-impact aerobics and walking. Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 9a-10a in the church gym. YMCA certified instructor. Cost: $18/month payable to the instructor.

The following people are stepping in to fill the hole that Pastor Jim left from his retirement: Pastor Steve Barker Walt Nelson Ben Antonio Pastor Gustavo Carvajal John Stolzenbach On site coverage is from 10a – 1p daily.

Summer Office Schedule

Church will be closed July 4th and 5th... Also, starting FRIDAYS July 12th through August 23rd the office will be closed at 1:00p.

Please contact the office if you need an appointment for care or need to report an upcoming surgery.

Summer Worship Schedule

FPC Brown Bag Lunch #1

Tuesday, June 11, 11:30a - 1p, Garden Room. Everyone is Invited Come and enjoy informal fellowship with each other. Share your thoughts and ideas about what you would like to see happen in this new phase of our church. Hear a report from a member of the Associate Pastor Nominating Committee. And, maybe we’ll get to learn more about each other in the process. Please bring your own lunch – coffee and lemonade will be served. Sorry, no child care will be available. Hope to see you there!


There will be two services this summer beginning Sunday June 16 through Sunday, September 1. Our normal three service schedule will then resume Sunday, September 8. This summer, the early service will begin at 9:00a in the contemporary format. Check the bulletin for adult ed. offerings in the middle hour. Sunday school will be available beginning July 7 through August 25 from 9:15a~10:15a. The Sonbeams and Cubbies will be combined and k-5 will be combined. No kidzone on Sept. 1 (Labor Day). The 11:00a service will continue to present a traditional format.

Happy travelers

! e r u t n e v d a r fo y d a e r t e g d n a r a d n le a c r u o y k r a M June 8, 2013

Happy Travelers are heading out to Bickleton for Bickleton Days. Bring your lunch or buy at the lunch wagon. Ride the Merry-Go-Round. Sign up at the Connection Center. Meet at the church at 8:30a.

July 18, 2013

Trip to historic Fort Simcoe.

August 8, 2013

We’re off to the Yakima Valley Museum to see the collection of World War I and World War II memorabilia.

August 22, 2013

Lunch relaxing by the river at Whistlin’ Jack’s.

September 12, 2013

Happy Travelers are off to the Ginko Petrified Forest. Join us as we tour these marvelous petrified tree remains.

For more info about any upcoming Happy Traveler event, contact Frances Lockwood - 453-3242.


Pastor Jack

Jack Peebles - Senior Pastor -

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11 Dear FPC Community, This past month on May 19, 2013, the membership of First Presbyterian Church of Yakima voted in favor of pursuing dismissal from our present denomination, the PC(USA), into ECO: The Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians. The vote was decisive at 92%. Having received this clear mandate from the congregation, the Session voted unanimously on May 28, 2013 to officially request dismissal from Central Washington Presbytery. Additionally, the Presbytery Discernment Team will soon convey an official report to presbytery, recommending the formation of an Administrative Commission to draw up dismissal terms. Thus, dismissal is determined, but it will take several months to complete the process. We will keep you informed regarding the steps toward completion. I know this time is bittersweet for many. I confess to you that as I was driving home from the congregational vote, a feeling of sadness overwhelmed me. The reality of transitioning out of a denomination into which I was raised and ordained hit me hard. I literally cried on my drive home. At the same time, I am filled with hope. I am excited about our future. First, I am excited to be a part of ECO: The Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians ( We are the fifth church from Central Washington Presbytery to enter into ECO. I am thrilled we can maintain formal relationships with the people of the churches with whom we share much in terms of relationships and mission.


Even though our denominational affiliation will change, our mission remains the same: Glorifying God through Equipping Disciples to Love and Serve our Neighbors! I am excited about the variety of ways we continue to live into our mission. We have not been distracted from this mission. For example, our year-long partnership with the Madison House continues this summer. The theme is Kingdom Living: From Our Seat to Spruce Street. We are just getting started, following our successful kick-off in April. Two hundred and sixty nine Madison House interest cards were returned recently, indicating that people were committed to serving in some way, shape, or form. One hundred and thirty seven indicated a commitment of prayer or finances and 132 indicated other levels of commitment. Praise God for faithful people! I am excited that Vacation Bible School is just around the corner! Susie Woodin and her team are working hard to get things ready for June 24-28. I have said it before and I’ll say it again: VBS is one of the very best examples we have in the life of the congregation where the entire church comes together for a common purpose- to love and serve the children of our community! I love it! It’s the best week of the year! This from a guy whose birthday is the day before Christmas! This edition of Here@First is filled with other ways through which we are living out our mission. I encourage you to take a look. I am especially excited to have Jocelyn Larsen on staff. She is our part-time Director of Connecting Ministry (page 10). Please make sure you introduce yourself to her on Sunday morning. Our future is bright and filled with promise! I am excited. I hope you are too! Living and loving for Him,

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Janet Krieger

Miracle on Spruce Street A vast crowd was there as He stepped from the boat, and He had compassion on them and healed their sick. That evening the disciples came to Him and said, "This is a desolate place, and it is getting late. Send the crowds away so they can go to the villages and buy food for themselves." But Jesus replied, "That isn't necessary -- you feed them." "Impossible!" they exclaimed. "We have only five loaves of bread and two fish!" "Bring them here," He said. Then He told the people to sit down on the grass. And He took the five loaves and two fish, looked up toward heaven, and asked God's blessing on the food. Breaking the loaves into pieces, He gave some of the bread and fish to each disciple, and the disciples gave them to the people. They all ate as much as they wanted, and they picked up twelve baskets of leftovers. About five thousand men had eaten from those five loaves, in addition to all the women and children! Matthew 14:13-21 May your Kingdom come soon. May your will be done here on earth, just as it is in heaven. Matthew 6:10 The last sack lunch had been handed out on the Sunday of the Madison House celebration. Three hundred twelve lunches had been made and passed out to those in attendance and the reality was 312 was not enough . . . 20 people went without a lunch that day. As the last sack lunch was handed out those serving looked in every sack, box and cooler for anything remaining to share, but found every bit of food had been given out.

Kurt Volker was pulling a cooler across the asphalt to empty the ice and water when he was approached by a man, in the alley behind Madison House, asking if there was any food to share. The man appeared hungry and fatigued, perhaps homeless was the thought that came into Kurt’s mind. Kurt kindly explained there was no food remaining, that all the lunches had been given out. As the man turned to leave Kurt tipped the cooler and opened the lid to empty the ice. To his amazement laying on top of the ice, in the cooler that had just been checked for an extra lunch, was a wrapped sandwich! Kurt was able to provide food to the man in need. It may be difficult for people to believe that a miracle could happen and yet God can and does provide miracles for people today. It was the same when Jesus walked the earth; many doubted His power and authority. Those who witnessed miracles were those who walked with Him all the time. We can experience heaven, the miraculous invading our everyday lives, when we pursue a close personal relationship with Jesus and follow Him daily, learning to expect the unexpected. God is still doing miracles, healing and providing and speaking into human lives. Jesus promised that we would do greater things than He did because He went to the Father. Let us continue to expect great things of God working through His Son in us. Don’t miss the amazing! Learn to expect the unexpected. The truth is, anyone who believes in Me will do the same works I have done, and even greater works, because I am going to be with the Father. John 14:12



Missions - Trailseekers TrailSeekers is a ministry that has been going on over 23 years in the Yakima area for at risk kids, elementary through high school, and their families. FPC has helped sponsor TrailSeekers and has housed the weekly elementary program for many years. Each year there is an experience of a lifetime that is used as the portal to TrailSeekers called The Orcas Encampment. This is where 21 boys from Yakima and 21 boys from the TrailSeekers at First Presbyterian in Kennewick, who are going into first, second and third grades are chosen for this unique adventure. Along with the 42 boys there are 42 high school mentors who come alongside the boys. There are six cabin groups called Pods, because the camp is on Orcas Island and a group of whales is called a pod. Each pod has three adult teachers, seven boys and seven mentors. The staff is completed by a mentor coordinator, a nurse, clowns, and a huge kitchen and support staff. The selection process starts in Yakima with teachers from Ridgeview, Adams and Barge Lincoln submitting suggestions of names of atrisk boys. Next comes the interview process, home visits and a series of lunches and other meetings with the boys selected. This year’s encampment is June 16 through June 21. The Yakima mentors and teachers will be commissioned on June 16 at the 11:00a service at FPC. The campers will be picked up at their homes and taken to the YMCA earlier that morning and brought to FPC for the opening at 12:15p where they will meet their mentor for the first time. After the opening we go back to the Y for lunch and a magic show with Ronald McDonald. We leave for Anacortes on two commercial buses where we spend the night at First Presbyterian Church. We get up early to catch the ferry to Orcas Island on Monday morning.


While on Orcas we stay in cabins at Moran State Park. There will be daily teachings by the teachers of each pod. Also there will be swimming, hiking, camp fires, and many daily adventures including riding in yachts supplied by the Orcas Yacht Club to an island for the day, along with some other surprises. Thursday we pack up early and ride the ferry back to the mainland and head to the Seattle Zoo for the day. We spend the night at Lakecity Presbyterian Church in Seattle. Friday, we go to the Pacific Science Center in Seattle, then head back to Yakima in the afternoon. Our closing will be in the Sanctuary at FPC at 5:00p. The opening on Sunday and closing on Friday are open to anyone who would like to attend. Our main goal in all of the fun is to introduce the boys to a relationship with Jesus which will be nurtured over the next ten to twelve years through the elementary, middle school and high school programs. One exciting thing that began a few years ago was the addition of girls to the weekly elementary program. There are other camping experiences called Short Stops that take place throughout the summer for all the various age groups. A special thanks to First Presbyterian, especially the Service Ministry Team (missions), for the partnership with TrailSeekers over the years. If you would like further information about TrailSeekers and a way to serve in this very valuable and needed ministry please contact me at, or Greg Nebeker, Serving together in Jesus’ name,

John Stolzenbach



Jocelyn Larsen - Director of Connecting Ministries -

elyn c o J e m o c Wel Meet our new Director of Connecting Ministries My name is Jocelyn {Edgerly} Larsen. I was born and raised in Yakima where I graduated from West Side Christian School (now Riverside Christian) in 2000. My parents taught me about Jesus from the time I was very young, but it was during my college years at Washington State University (where I got my degree in Genetics and Cell Biology) that God especially got ahold of my heart to reach the lost and hurting in this world with the good news of the Gospel.


After being very involved as a student with Campus Crusade for Christ, I elected to intern with CCC for one year so that I could stay in the freshman dorms for a fifth year in order to reach out to them in Christcentered community. It was also at WSU that I met Jason Larsen (a dashingly handsome and gifted musician who also volunteered with CCC) and fell in love with him while listening to him play jazz saxophone in the bars of Pullman. My favorite things about Jason are that he has an amazing unceasing reservoir of generosity and selflessness, he frees me up entirely to pursue God and all that He has created me to be and do, and he is an incredible dad and hero for our two boys. We married in 2005, worked with

Campus Crusade for Christ at our alma mater for 6 years, and then left CCC in September 2011 after a very introspective, prayerful, torn-hearted six month process of discernment. In the meantime, we had two boys: Howard (November 2009) and Stone (June 2011). We moved to Yakima in September 2012, where Jason has his own business doing web design / marketing / business-consulting (qoalagroup. com), and where I [mostly] stay home raising two boys to love God & others - and to be boys, not barbarians. I am a reformer at heart; I love to solve problems and restore things to life and fullness. I also strongly value family relationships. My heart especially beats for God's kingdom to be moved forward in the areas of spiritual formation, conflict resolution, selfawareness, healthy family life, authentic Christian community,

and stewardship. If I were a pullstring doll, one of my lines would be, "Don't even get me started!" -- I can be very passionate and talkative if you get me on the right subject! I love to read, run, teach, and decorate our home. I read mostly classics -- literary classics and old Christian classics (where I've met and befriended lots of delightful dead people). I run mostly because it's the best physical and psychological therapy I have found, but sometimes I race -half marathons and triathlons are my favorites. As far as teaching goes, I love just to share what God is teaching me in my journey -- sometimes I get to do that aloud via retreats or conferences; the rest of the time I just journal and blog ( And, I long for our home to be a beautiful, welcoming, comfortable place for anyone, everyone, anytime.

Family Ministries

Shan Trick - Director of Family Ministeries -

The summer fun is about to begin and it’s time to splash in the pool and have fun outdoors with friends. We’ve planned the following events for your family to enjoy this summer. For more info contact Shan at the church office 248-7940. June 30th

Pool party at Craig and Jennifer Fosters home : noon - 4p Bring a side dish or dessert to share. Hamburgers and hotdogs will be provided. Don’t forget your swim gear! Fosters address is 7007 Scenic Drive

July 21st

FPC day at Gymnastics Plus and Kids Castle: play time from 3p - 5p. Registration now open in the office or at the Connection Center to the first 100 kids between the ages of 2 and 11 years old. Cost is $3 per child. Kids must bring socks to play on equipment. Must register by July 7 @ Connection Center. Gymnastics Plus is located at 2121 Lincoln Ave.

July 28th

Pool party- Eric and Nancy Gustafsons home: noon - 4p Bring a side dish or dessert to share. Hamburgers and hotdogs will be provided. Don’t forget your swim gear! Gustafsons address is 5502 Scenic Drive

August 7th

Movie Night: “Escape from Planet Earth” 6:30p - 9:00p in the Gym. Movie snacks will be served.

August 25th

Play at Bruce and Diane Drollingers home: noon - 4p Swimable pond with accessible boats, zipline and rope swing into pond, bouncy house, other water games, soccer field, volleyball and croquet. Lots of wonderful grassy area to run and play. Drollingers address is 2551 Mapleway Rd.



Susie Woodin - Children’s Ministries -

Meet our Bible Memory Buddies! Day 1 - Truman Bible Point: God’s love helps us stand strong. Bible Story: David writes about God’s love. (Psalm 23) Key Verse: “I love you, Lord; you are my strength.” (Psalm 18:1)

Day 2 - Duke Bible Point: Family and friends help us stand strong. Bible Story: Mordecai encourages Esther to do the right thing. (Esther 1-9) Key Verse: “So encourage each other and build each other up.” (1 Thessalonians 5:11)

Day 3 - Swift Bible Point: Prayer helps us stand strong. Bible Story: Nehemiah perseveres to rebuild the wall around Jerusalem. (Nehemiah 1-6) Key Verse: “Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything.” (Philippians 4:6)

Day 4 - Sir Valiant Bible Point: Trusting God helps us stand strong. Bible Story: Jesus dies and comes back to life. (Luke 22:39-24:12) Key Verse: “Trust in the Lord always, for the Lord God is the eternal Rock.” (Isaiah 26:4)

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Bible Point: The Bible helps us stand strong. Bible Story: King Josiah follows God’s way. (2Kings 22:1-23:23) Key Verse: “Your word is a lamp to guide my feet and a light for my path.” (Psalm 119:105)

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Laurie Kanyer

thank you so much!

God has blessed us with a wonderful opportunity to minister to families here in our community in an effective, meaningful, and life changing way. Thank you God for the opportunity, and for all the wonderful people who have lent a hand.


Laurie, I want to thank you so m uch for all the amazing parenting skills yo u have taught me over these last 8 weeks . My parenting has improved, my faith ha s grown and God is working in myself and my children daily! I have been a hear t-broken mom for a few years now and I feel there has been some healing inside of me. I feel energized again and determined to repair myself and my family. Thank yo u for sharing your time and knowledge with me.

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Rhonda Cardona - Director -

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VBS June 24-28 8:45a - Noon Cost Before June 14: $30/child Cost After June 14: $35/child Registration deadline June 19 Scholarships available Contact FPC for info 248-7940 WWW.FPCYAKIMA.COM



First Presbyterian Church of Yakima Monthly Newsletter


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