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Please notify the church office at 979.823.8073, when you have
news to share in the newsletter, or if you or someone you know
is in the hospital, is scheduled for admission, or was recently
hospitalized. When admitted, please list First Presbyterian
Church, as your church affiliation. If you would like to be visited
by one of our hospital visitors, please agree to be included on the
Pastoral Care List. Your church family wants to minister to you
whenever you are ill, especially when you are in the hospital,
and they can only do this if you inform them of your needs.
Non-Profit Org
US Postage
PAID
Bryan, TX
Permit 160
11.18.2014
the
chimes
Sunday Mornings
9:00 Disciples Café (until 10:45) | 9:20 Church School * | 10:45 Worship *: Traditional & Contemporary * Child care provided
RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED
1100 Carter Creek Pkwy
Bryan TX 77802-1129
Ph. 979.823.8073
Fax. 979.822.7063
[email protected]
Church Office Hours
M-F, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Visit us on the web
www.fpcbryan.org
“Like” us on
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11/30
12/01
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12/04
12/05
12/07
12/07
12/07
12/08
Emma Wertz
George Stuart
Velma Burnett
Cody Cravatt
Brian Currie
Leroy Schoenemann
Janice Haverland
Max Butler
Ellen Nemec
Bob Baker
Don Spencer
Margaret Anderson
12/08
12/10
12/10
12/10
12/11
12/12
12/13
12/14
12/16
12/16
12/17
12/17
Josh Wesp
Ron Douglas
Becky Jobling
Shelley Espinoza
Rachel Pratt
Wayne Hayenga
Ina Copus
Lisa Akin
Carol Dunham
Eugene Voelkel
Rusleen Maurice
Madeline Hendler
The deadline for the next issue of the newsletter,
The Chimes (incl. the January 2015 calendar),
is NOON, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7.
Submit content to: [email protected]
♥
♥
♥
♥
♥
♥
Alice Beals
Virginia Buttery
Shirley Dill
Sunshine & Roy Greer
Mary Alice Hall
Eva Nell Juliff






Ted Burk
Jason Morris
Michael Muston
Ryan Ratcliffe
Curtis van Engel
Joanna van Engel
♥ Delores Kremenak
♥ Janie Metzer
♥ Helen Nachlinger
♥ Charlotte Rogers
♥ Mary Ann & Milton Thompson
♥ Marjorie Wright
Members & fRIENDS
In the
Military
Scriptures in Sunday Worship
NOVEMBER 30
TBA
DECEMBER 7
Luke 1:26-38; Matthew 1:18-24a
DECEMBER 14
Luke 1:39-56
50-year Members Honored
Stewardship Update
Those who have been members of our
congregation for 50 years or more will be
honored Sunday, November 23.
Special recognition was given to
ANNE BEAL and LARRY BEAL who join
this special group. In 1964, Anne and Larry joined on October 25.
Others who have been members for fifty or more years are:
BECKY ALTER
JoANN LANGFORD
GEORGE BLAZEK
BETTY MAHONEY
ANNE BURKHART
GEORGE McARTHUR
JOSEPHINE CONAWAY
RANNEY McDONALD
JACK CURRIE
BOOKMAN PETERS
SHIRLEY DILL
LOUISE PORTER
MARY ALICE HALL
LEON RUSSELL
JOHN HALSELL
MARTHA RUSSELL
KEITH HALSELL
LAURIE SCASTA
BARBARA HAWKINS
PEGGY SULLIVAN
ESTER HUBACEK
LILLIAN THOMPSON
EVA NELL JULIFF
BETTY TRANT
DOROTHY LACKEY
ROSE VAN ARSDEL
“Thank you” to those of you who have
already submitted your 2015 estimateof-giving card for the 2015 Annual Ministries Budget and/or card of intent for the HVAC Building
Renovation Project. Estimates-of-giving may be turned in at any
time at the church office, during the week, placed in an offering
plate/basket on Sunday, or mailed to the church office.
Questions may be addressed to Treasurer Rick Page or Pastors
Ted or Marie. They will be more than happy to answer any
questions.
Remembering
with Love and with Hope
On WED, DEC 3, at 6:50pm join us in the
Fellowship Hall as we celebrate, in a Service of
Remembrance, loved ones lost to us or separated
from us by death, estrangement, divorce, or other
life circumstances. Through sharing in song, scripture, prayer, and a
time of remembrance we provide caring support of one another as
we journey through the holidays. The service is open to all who are
facing the holidays without loved ones or know someone who is.
December Newsletter
Schedule
There will be ONE issue of the newsletter
(incl. the January 2015 calendar) in December.
News items will include activities and events
from December 18 through January 17, 2015.
Congregational Meeting
The Session has on its agenda for this
Sunday (Nov 23) to call a congregational
meeting on SUN, DEC 7, following worship
to be held in the Sanctuary and Fellowship
Hall for the purpose of receiving and acting
upon a report from the Nominating Committee for new classes of elders and Foundation trustees, and
members-at-large of the 2015-16 Nominating Committee.
(See insert in this issue for nominee introductions.)
Nominations may be made from the floor provided those placing
a name in nomination have obtained permission from the one
being nominated.
FPC Caroling Party
Join in sharing the joy of the Christmas
season with our place bound members as
we gather to sing carols and distribute
poinsettias. Come to the Patio on SUN,
DEC 14, at 3:30pm for hot cocoa and
gingerbread. At 4:00pm we’ll depart for
the various locations to spread Christ’s
love in song.
Preaching Christ | Teaching Discipleship | Reaching Others
First Presbyterian Church  Bryan, Texas | A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA)
MINISTRYon the
by Marie Mickey, Associate Pastor ([email protected])
Laurine Elkins-Marlow, Interim Director of Music ([email protected])
Brazos Church Pantry Update
Christmas Brings Good Cheer
Concert,
October
19
Concerts
on Carter
Creek
As of October 31, FPC has donated 1,030 lbs of food to the
Pantry in 2014 and $7,013 through the operating budget and
individual donations. Way to go, FPC family! The Pantry
provides a vital service to thousands of family in the Brazos
Valley. The holidays are coming which means more than ever
your contributions are important. You can bring your donations
throughout November and December and drop them off in the
container in the Patio.
The Prime Timers will have their
annual Christmas celebration on THU,
DEC 11, at 11:30am in the Library/
Parlor. Ham will be featured as the
main dish. Bring your favorite side dish.
The celebration will continue after lunch with our $5 gift
exchange. Bring a friend and enjoy the gathering.
A mid-week opportunity for physical and spiritual nourishment held monthly this fall.*
DECEMBER 3
Dinner begins at 6:00pm in Fellowship Hall.
FEATURING: HAM, SCALLOPED AND SWEET POTATOES, GREEN BEANS, DESSERT
Cost is $6.00 per person. Children under four eat FREE. Family max. is $20 00.
Chefs Allyn & Judy Jordan are organizing the meal.
RSVP by Sun, Nov 9, to [email protected] or 979.823.8073.
Service of Remembrance follows the dinner at 6:50pm.
(See front page article.)
Children’s Church School Class
Preschool Church School Class
Sunday Mornings (9:20am to 10:20am)
ELEMENTARY. Children (K-GR 4) meet in Room 13 with Beth
Morris, Claire Schmidt. GR 5-6 meet in Room 10 with Amber Fattig.
NOV 30 A Mighty God. Children explore the strength of God’s
rule told by Isaiah and praise this mighty God.
Isaiah 64:1-9
Sunday Mornings (9:20am to 10:20am)
The class meets in Room 200 (in the Children’s Center
Hallway).Teachers are Rachel Jordan & Kristin King.
Clothing & Toy Drive
FPC Boy Scout Troup 257 is collecting
clothing (all sizes) and toys. The clothing
will be donated to the SALVATION ARMY;
the gently used toys will be donated to the
TWIN CITY MISSION. A box is on the patio
ready to receive your donations. This is a
great time to clean out your closets and
donate your items.
HERE’S HOW YOU CAN HELP! Let others know about the concert, help clear
the chancel area following worship on day of concert, provide a soup, set up for
orchestra, greet, usher, for the reception ‒ provide finger foods or dessert, set up,
serve, clean up, and, of course ‒ be there to hear the glorious sounds or lend
your voice. Contact Nicole McKinley, [email protected] or 979.703.1425.
For many years, the Concerts on Carter Creek has been partially funded by the First Presbyterian church of Bryan Foundation from
interest earned quarterly from an endowment fund established by the John Otts Estate. Mr. Otts’ generosity has been a benefit to both
the church and to music lovers through the community. For information on donating to the Foundation’s Concerts on Carter Creek Fund,
please contact a Foundation Trustee through the church office, 979.823.8073.
YOUng Adult
News
by Katherine Doehring, Young Adult Ministry Coordinator
(910.520.5224, [email protected])
Growing Disciples by Kathryn Nachlinger, Director of Christian Education ([email protected], [email protected])
DEC 14 God’s Plan for Creation. Children hear of God’s
promises and celebrate what kind of world this would be.
Isaiah 61:1-4, 8-11
www.cyberbass.com/Major_Works/Handel_GF/Handel_Messiah.htm
Concerts on Carter Creek and The Foundation
Wednesdays “Around the Table”
DEC 7 Shepherd with a Mighty Arm. Children listen to
Isaiah’s words about comforting God and acknowledge
how they can accept and give thanks to such comfort.
Isaiah 40:1-11
The MESSIAH SING ALONG is SUN, NOV 30, 5:00pm, in our sanctuary. You
are invited to listen or join in chorus. Musical scores will be available for purchase
at the concert. To practice ahead of time and learn your part, go to:
Seeking a Church School Class?
Each church school class has a focus for a few weeks, a
semester or a full year. All are welcome to visit a class that you
may be interested in. The classes all differ and all seek to
understand more about our faith.
A fall schedule can be found in the narthex, church office
hallway, or Carter Creek Foyer. All are welcome!
Children's
Gift Making
Workshop
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 10:00am to Noon
Carter Creek Foyer and Fellowship Hall
Children (K-6 GR) will make gifts for parents, siblings,
grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Register your child or grandchild with
Kathryn Nachlinger, [email protected]
YOU†h
Haps
Lindsay Cooper, Interim Youth Ministry Coordinator
(210.380.3385, [email protected])
Young Adults (18-35)
Coming Up
Thank you to ELEANOR & COLIN RYDER for hosting a
wonderful game night. Much fun was had by all!
WEDNESDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY
DEC 3, 10, 17 ‒ BIBLE STUDY.
BIBLE STUDY
Join us on WEDNESDAY NIGHTS at
7:30pm in the Parlor to explore the
book of Mark. To get into the holiday
spirit, we'll be going on our annual
hayride through Santa's Wonderland
on WED, DEC 10, in lieu of regular
Bible Study. Meet at Katherine’s house, 2803 Amy Ct, College
Station, at 6:30pm to carpool over. Tickets are $5.00, and be
sure to bring extra money for food and other treats in Santa's
Town. Please RSVP to Katherine by December 1st so that we
purchase enough tickets in advance!
THEOLOGY ON TAP
A monthly opportunity to share ecumenical theological discussion
on a wide range of topics!
Thanks to all who came out for TOT this month on our night to
host, sharing a little Reformed Theology with our ecumenical
Christian friends! Next up . . . MON, DEC 1, 7:30pm. Benjamin
Knox Wine Depot in College Station.
EXAM CARE PACKAGES
COLLEGE STUDENTS, pick up your exam care packages in the
sanctuary narthex and Carter Creek Foyer. We are praying for
you during finals!
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
SUN, NOV 30. MESSIAH SING-ALONG. Youth are invited to
attend and lend your voice in this concert held in
our sanctuary at 5:00pm.
SUN, DEC 7. CHRISTMAS PARADE. Meet at the Gathings’
home after the Christmas Parade to share a
meal, play games, and have a short bible study.
SUN, DEC 14. CHRISTMAS PARTY! The annual Youth
Christmas Party will be Lindsay’s last day with
the youth. Make sure you come and say
goodbye! There will be lots of food and fun, and
of course, the traditional white elephant gift
exchange.
Look for emails with details about these December !
Caring & Sharing
The prayerful support and sympathy of the congregation are
extended to:
 CADIE & TOM DAVISON following the death of Cadie’s
sister-in-law, Rose Fitte, on November 10 in Groesbeck.
 ELI SWEED, our night custodian, following the death of
his wife, Glenda, on November 13.
MINISTRYon the
by Marie Mickey, Associate Pastor ([email protected])
Laurine Elkins-Marlow, Interim Director of Music ([email protected])
Brazos Church Pantry Update
Christmas Brings Good Cheer
Concert,
October
19
Concerts
on Carter
Creek
As of October 31, FPC has donated 1,030 lbs of food to the
Pantry in 2014 and $7,013 through the operating budget and
individual donations. Way to go, FPC family! The Pantry
provides a vital service to thousands of family in the Brazos
Valley. The holidays are coming which means more than ever
your contributions are important. You can bring your donations
throughout November and December and drop them off in the
container in the Patio.
The Prime Timers will have their
annual Christmas celebration on THU,
DEC 11, at 11:30am in the Library/
Parlor. Ham will be featured as the
main dish. Bring your favorite side dish.
The celebration will continue after lunch with our $5 gift
exchange. Bring a friend and enjoy the gathering.
A mid-week opportunity for physical and spiritual nourishment held monthly this fall.*
DECEMBER 3
Dinner begins at 6:00pm in Fellowship Hall.
FEATURING: HAM, SCALLOPED AND SWEET POTATOES, GREEN BEANS, DESSERT
Cost is $6.00 per person. Children under four eat FREE. Family max. is $20 00.
Chefs Allyn & Judy Jordan are organizing the meal.
RSVP by Sun, Nov 9, to [email protected] or 979.823.8073.
Service of Remembrance follows the dinner at 6:50pm.
(See front page article.)
Children’s Church School Class
Preschool Church School Class
Sunday Mornings (9:20am to 10:20am)
ELEMENTARY. Children (K-GR 4) meet in Room 13 with Beth
Morris, Claire Schmidt. GR 5-6 meet in Room 10 with Amber Fattig.
NOV 30 A Mighty God. Children explore the strength of God’s
rule told by Isaiah and praise this mighty God.
Isaiah 64:1-9
Sunday Mornings (9:20am to 10:20am)
The class meets in Room 200 (in the Children’s Center
Hallway).Teachers are Rachel Jordan & Kristin King.
Clothing & Toy Drive
FPC Boy Scout Troup 257 is collecting
clothing (all sizes) and toys. The clothing
will be donated to the SALVATION ARMY;
the gently used toys will be donated to the
TWIN CITY MISSION. A box is on the patio
ready to receive your donations. This is a
great time to clean out your closets and
donate your items.
HERE’S HOW YOU CAN HELP! Let others know about the concert, help clear
the chancel area following worship on day of concert, provide a soup, set up for
orchestra, greet, usher, for the reception ‒ provide finger foods or dessert, set up,
serve, clean up, and, of course ‒ be there to hear the glorious sounds or lend
your voice. Contact Nicole McKinley, [email protected] or 979.703.1425.
For many years, the Concerts on Carter Creek has been partially funded by the First Presbyterian church of Bryan Foundation from
interest earned quarterly from an endowment fund established by the John Otts Estate. Mr. Otts’ generosity has been a benefit to both
the church and to music lovers through the community. For information on donating to the Foundation’s Concerts on Carter Creek Fund,
please contact a Foundation Trustee through the church office, 979.823.8073.
YOUng Adult
News
by Katherine Doehring, Young Adult Ministry Coordinator
(910.520.5224, [email protected])
Growing Disciples by Kathryn Nachlinger, Director of Christian Education ([email protected], [email protected])
DEC 14 God’s Plan for Creation. Children hear of God’s
promises and celebrate what kind of world this would be.
Isaiah 61:1-4, 8-11
www.cyberbass.com/Major_Works/Handel_GF/Handel_Messiah.htm
Concerts on Carter Creek and The Foundation
Wednesdays “Around the Table”
DEC 7 Shepherd with a Mighty Arm. Children listen to
Isaiah’s words about comforting God and acknowledge
how they can accept and give thanks to such comfort.
Isaiah 40:1-11
The MESSIAH SING ALONG is SUN, NOV 30, 5:00pm, in our sanctuary. You
are invited to listen or join in chorus. Musical scores will be available for purchase
at the concert. To practice ahead of time and learn your part, go to:
Seeking a Church School Class?
Each church school class has a focus for a few weeks, a
semester or a full year. All are welcome to visit a class that you
may be interested in. The classes all differ and all seek to
understand more about our faith.
A fall schedule can be found in the narthex, church office
hallway, or Carter Creek Foyer. All are welcome!
Children's
Gift Making
Workshop
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 10:00am to Noon
Carter Creek Foyer and Fellowship Hall
Children (K-6 GR) will make gifts for parents, siblings,
grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Register your child or grandchild with
Kathryn Nachlinger, [email protected]
YOU†h
Haps
Lindsay Cooper, Interim Youth Ministry Coordinator
(210.380.3385, [email protected])
Young Adults (18-35)
Coming Up
Thank you to ELEANOR & COLIN RYDER for hosting a
wonderful game night. Much fun was had by all!
WEDNESDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY
DEC 3, 10, 17 ‒ BIBLE STUDY.
BIBLE STUDY
Join us on WEDNESDAY NIGHTS at
7:30pm in the Parlor to explore the
book of Mark. To get into the holiday
spirit, we'll be going on our annual
hayride through Santa's Wonderland
on WED, DEC 10, in lieu of regular
Bible Study. Meet at Katherine’s house, 2803 Amy Ct, College
Station, at 6:30pm to carpool over. Tickets are $5.00, and be
sure to bring extra money for food and other treats in Santa's
Town. Please RSVP to Katherine by December 1st so that we
purchase enough tickets in advance!
THEOLOGY ON TAP
A monthly opportunity to share ecumenical theological discussion
on a wide range of topics!
Thanks to all who came out for TOT this month on our night to
host, sharing a little Reformed Theology with our ecumenical
Christian friends! Next up . . . MON, DEC 1, 7:30pm. Benjamin
Knox Wine Depot in College Station.
EXAM CARE PACKAGES
COLLEGE STUDENTS, pick up your exam care packages in the
sanctuary narthex and Carter Creek Foyer. We are praying for
you during finals!
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
SUN, NOV 30. MESSIAH SING-ALONG. Youth are invited to
attend and lend your voice in this concert held in
our sanctuary at 5:00pm.
SUN, DEC 7. CHRISTMAS PARADE. Meet at the Gathings’
home after the Christmas Parade to share a
meal, play games, and have a short bible study.
SUN, DEC 14. CHRISTMAS PARTY! The annual Youth
Christmas Party will be Lindsay’s last day with
the youth. Make sure you come and say
goodbye! There will be lots of food and fun, and
of course, the traditional white elephant gift
exchange.
Look for emails with details about these December !
Caring & Sharing
The prayerful support and sympathy of the congregation are
extended to:
 CADIE & TOM DAVISON following the death of Cadie’s
sister-in-law, Rose Fitte, on November 10 in Groesbeck.
 ELI SWEED, our night custodian, following the death of
his wife, Glenda, on November 13.
Please notify the church office at 979.823.8073, when you have
news to share in the newsletter, or if you or someone you know
is in the hospital, is scheduled for admission, or was recently
hospitalized. When admitted, please list First Presbyterian
Church, as your church affiliation. If you would like to be visited
by one of our hospital visitors, please agree to be included on the
Pastoral Care List. Your church family wants to minister to you
whenever you are ill, especially when you are in the hospital,
and they can only do this if you inform them of your needs.
Non-Profit Org
US Postage
PAID
Bryan, TX
Permit 160
11.18.2014
the
chimes
Sunday Mornings
9:00 Disciples Café (until 10:45) | 9:20 Church School * | 10:45 Worship *: Traditional & Contemporary * Child care provided
RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED
1100 Carter Creek Pkwy
Bryan TX 77802-1129
Ph. 979.823.8073
Fax. 979.822.7063
[email protected]
Church Office Hours
M-F, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Visit us on the web
www.fpcbryan.org
“Like” us on
11/28
11/30
11/30
12/01
12/03
12/04
12/04
12/05
12/07
12/07
12/07
12/08
Emma Wertz
George Stuart
Velma Burnett
Cody Cravatt
Brian Currie
Leroy Schoenemann
Janice Haverland
Max Butler
Ellen Nemec
Bob Baker
Don Spencer
Margaret Anderson
12/08
12/10
12/10
12/10
12/11
12/12
12/13
12/14
12/16
12/16
12/17
12/17
Josh Wesp
Ron Douglas
Becky Jobling
Shelley Espinoza
Rachel Pratt
Wayne Hayenga
Ina Copus
Lisa Akin
Carol Dunham
Eugene Voelkel
Rusleen Maurice
Madeline Hendler
The deadline for the next issue of the newsletter,
The Chimes (incl. the January 2015 calendar),
is NOON, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7.
Submit content to: [email protected]
♥
♥
♥
♥
♥
♥
Alice Beals
Virginia Buttery
Shirley Dill
Sunshine & Roy Greer
Mary Alice Hall
Eva Nell Juliff






Ted Burk
Jason Morris
Michael Muston
Ryan Ratcliffe
Curtis van Engel
Joanna van Engel
♥ Delores Kremenak
♥ Janie Metzer
♥ Helen Nachlinger
♥ Charlotte Rogers
♥ Mary Ann & Milton Thompson
♥ Marjorie Wright
Members & fRIENDS
In the
Military
Scriptures in Sunday Worship
NOVEMBER 30
TBA
DECEMBER 7
Luke 1:26-38; Matthew 1:18-24a
DECEMBER 14
Luke 1:39-56
50-year Members Honored
Stewardship Update
Those who have been members of our
congregation for 50 years or more will be
honored Sunday, November 23.
Special recognition was given to
ANNE BEAL and LARRY BEAL who join
this special group. In 1964, Anne and Larry joined on October 25.
Others who have been members for fifty or more years are:
BECKY ALTER
JoANN LANGFORD
GEORGE BLAZEK
BETTY MAHONEY
ANNE BURKHART
GEORGE McARTHUR
JOSEPHINE CONAWAY
RANNEY McDONALD
JACK CURRIE
BOOKMAN PETERS
SHIRLEY DILL
LOUISE PORTER
MARY ALICE HALL
LEON RUSSELL
JOHN HALSELL
MARTHA RUSSELL
KEITH HALSELL
LAURIE SCASTA
BARBARA HAWKINS
PEGGY SULLIVAN
ESTER HUBACEK
LILLIAN THOMPSON
EVA NELL JULIFF
BETTY TRANT
DOROTHY LACKEY
ROSE VAN ARSDEL
“Thank you” to those of you who have
already submitted your 2015 estimateof-giving card for the 2015 Annual Ministries Budget and/or card of intent for the HVAC Building
Renovation Project. Estimates-of-giving may be turned in at any
time at the church office, during the week, placed in an offering
plate/basket on Sunday, or mailed to the church office.
Questions may be addressed to Treasurer Rick Page or Pastors
Ted or Marie. They will be more than happy to answer any
questions.
Remembering
with Love and with Hope
On WED, DEC 3, at 6:50pm join us in the
Fellowship Hall as we celebrate, in a Service of
Remembrance, loved ones lost to us or separated
from us by death, estrangement, divorce, or other
life circumstances. Through sharing in song, scripture, prayer, and a
time of remembrance we provide caring support of one another as
we journey through the holidays. The service is open to all who are
facing the holidays without loved ones or know someone who is.
December Newsletter
Schedule
There will be ONE issue of the newsletter
(incl. the January 2015 calendar) in December.
News items will include activities and events
from December 18 through January 17, 2015.
Congregational Meeting
The Session has on its agenda for this
Sunday (Nov 23) to call a congregational
meeting on SUN, DEC 7, following worship
to be held in the Sanctuary and Fellowship
Hall for the purpose of receiving and acting
upon a report from the Nominating Committee for new classes of elders and Foundation trustees, and
members-at-large of the 2015-16 Nominating Committee.
(See insert in this issue for nominee introductions.)
Nominations may be made from the floor provided those placing
a name in nomination have obtained permission from the one
being nominated.
FPC Caroling Party
Join in sharing the joy of the Christmas
season with our place bound members as
we gather to sing carols and distribute
poinsettias. Come to the Patio on SUN,
DEC 14, at 3:30pm for hot cocoa and
gingerbread. At 4:00pm we’ll depart for
the various locations to spread Christ’s
love in song.
Preaching Christ | Teaching Discipleship | Reaching Others
First Presbyterian Church  Bryan, Texas | A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA)
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