First Presbyterian Church’s Handbell Choir, directed by Cathy Ferrand Bullock, has become extremely popular in Cache Valley and has a reputation for excellence in a variety of music– religious, patriotic, classical, or show tunes. More than twenty ringers comprise the interfaith group, enjoying the challenging teamwork of playing five octaves of bells and chimes. Anyone is welcome to join when vacancies occur. The bell choir plays several times a year during worship services at the Church, as well as for Christmas programs at the Logan Tabernacle, and for other organizations.
Paul’s Message: Exploring Our Faith
I am excited about 2015.
It’s going to start out with a couple of parties. We will have an all-church potluck at the Epiphany meal on the evening of January 4. Our annual meeting will not be your average church business meeting. We are going to party as we celebrate paying off the debt from our building renewal (we sent the final payment out last week!).
And we will explore our faith.
As the new year gets underway, we will be focusing on some faith basics, and where the foundations of faith might be calling us to go and grow as individuals, as families, and as a church. We will be asking the question, Faith is…?
In worship, in our small group and other gatherings, in our Sunday school classes, we will explore our common faith and invite you to reflect and discover your own personal faith more deeply. For those who are newer to our congregation, and for those who are thinking about taking the next step of discipleship and joining our church, we will be offering an inquirer’s class. These are always fun times of conversation and getting to know some of you better.
Sunday Sermon Recordings
Let the Heavens Rip
22 Feb 2015
God’s Passion and Ours – Faith is BUILDING Justice and Peace
15 Feb 2015
Faith is Giving STEWARDSHIP: Time, Talents, Treasure
8 Feb 2015
1 John 3:11, 16–19
Faith is Caring FOR OURSELVES
1 Feb 2015
Sermon by Derek Forbes, no other information available
Faith is Caring FOR OTHERS
25 Jan 2015
- Let the Heavens Rip