Inquirers Class

Have you been visiting First Presbyterian?  Are you interested in learning more about First Pres? Have you been worshiping with us and are interested in learning about becoming a member?  If so, please plan to attend two Inquirers Classes on Sundays, November 3 and 10, from 9:30-10:30 in the Library.  ...

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Repair Workday

As winter approaches, the Property Committee is planning another of our exciting CHURCH HOME REPAIR WORKDAY for Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 9:00 am to noon.  Mark your calendars for the event as we plan to tackle both exterior and interior chores.  Our list includes: EXTERIOR – fall cleanup and...

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The month’s Social Injustice Film

This month’s social justice film and discussion is Knock Down the House, a Sundance Festival award winner about four newly elected Congresswomen who are shaking up the Washington establishment. It’s Monday, October 7, at 6:00 p.m. in the Howe Branch of the Albany Public Library, 105 Schuyler St.

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Men’s breakfast for Bible Study

Breakfast for Men’s Bible Study and those interested in joining –Thursday, October 10, 7:00 am at Gateway Diner, 899 Central Ave).  If you would like to learn more about the BGs (Bible Guys), please join us for breakfast.  Currently there are two groups that meet weekly: Tuesday, 9:00 am and Thursday,...

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Potluck Returns

The monthly potluck dinner will resume Friday, October 18, at 6:00pm. Potluck dinners are scheduled for the third Friday of each month. If you would like to sign up to bring a dish please call Jamie at 518-449-7332.

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Deacon Ministry Conversation

Join us as we discuss the deacon ministry– come and be a part of pondering how these ministries may be more effective and meaningful to the congregation.  It is open to anyone interested in the future of the “deaconate ministries” in the church, and how they are carried out.

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400 Years Observance

400 Years Observance*   So You Want to Talk About Race. In observance of the 400th anniversary the arrival of the first Africans brought to America against their will and forced into slavery, Ijeoma Oluo, author of this New York Times will present an event at the UAlbany downtown campus...

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LOCK-IN/HAUNTED HAYRIDE

ANNUAL LOCK-IN EVENT and HAUNTED HAYRIDE for 6th-12th graders This year’s Lock-In is scheduled for Columbus Day weekend again, Sunday, October 13 – Monday, October 14.  Please join us at 6:00 pm at church Sunday night for a pizza dinner followed by a trip to a local “Haunted Hayride,” and...

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