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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH of CODY

 

 

AT CHURCH WORSHIP : : Sunday | 9:30am [praise music: 9:15]

ONLINE VIDEO WORSHIP : : Streaming Live on YouTube Sunday Morning

 

MATURING IN CHRIST: Come Grow With Us
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Would you like to attend one of our services online?

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Would you like to learn more about how to Mature In Christ? Follow Him and His ways?

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Interested in serving? Learn about our church structure and how you can serve our community and beyond.

Events

Services: 9:30 - 10:30am
Praise Music: 9:15am
: : Choir : :
Practice: 8:30am Sunday mornings!
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SUNDAY SCHOOL
Begins 10:45am
Christian Education Classes: 
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Youth classes are on-going
Adults Acts study continues.
Adults
Beginner Bible Study also continues - feel free to join us!
More information HERE
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WEDNESDAY NIGHTS
: : DINNER : : 

Join us at 5:30 for dinner in Buswell Hall, Wednesday, December 7th before committees and board meet at 6pm. Dinners will now be every first and third Wednesdays.
: : Wednesday, Dec. 7th  : :
Committees & Board Meeting
> Begins at 6pm locations vary <


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DECEMBER  : :
Christmas Celebration!
: : Sunday, Dec. 11th, 10:30-ish

 Plan to attend a Christmas Celebration. We’ll have fellowship, music and brunch. Following our meal a 40 minute movie The Messengers, from the series The Chosen will be shown.

EVENTS: DECEMBER 2022

SUNDAY WORSHIP & Wed.

: : Worship Service Video: On Call : :
November 27th, 2022

 
“On Call” - In occupations such as medicine, maintenance, law enforcement and other emergency responding jobs it is common to be 'on-call.' Being 'on-call' as a condition of employment you are expected to, when called, to come to work to report in. They may not like it when the phone rings when 'on-call', but those persons live their lives prepared for it. I thought about that in todays gospel lesson - living in preparedness. Last week our Bible verse spoke of the disciples excessive emotion about how beautiful the temple was. Jesus pointed out that in time that temple would not be there. He wanted them to live preparing for the day when God will set all things right. Instead of dreading and fearing, for those of us that trust in Him, it's a day we long for. If you have had dealings with people who live in extreme poverty or unfair governments - they long for the day when things are set right. They thirst for that time when they don't have to turn around to a new injustice....Worship Video HERE.

 : : LIVE STREAM : : 
We are now livestreaming our services via our YouTube channel! For livestream feed click HERE.

FPCC YOUTUBE CHANNEL
Visit our sermons page for an archive of past sermons. You can also visit our YouTube Channel

Welcome to FPCC
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To GLORIFY Him and enjoy HIM FOREVER

What is a Christian Church? Simply put, a Church is a group of people who have recognized that, in Jesus Christ, God has revealed a more excellent way for people to live. Click HERE to read more...

Testimonials
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"Our church is a family where people lean on each other in times of need. It is lead by a highly intelligent biblical scholar who is compassionate , knows what hard work is and is as down to Earth as a ditch digger."

 

Tyler Henry,

congregant & past Elder

"What I like about our church is it is the first church I have ever gone to that I knew it was the right place for me.  FPCC gave me the second family I needed but never knew I was missing."

 

Cathy Aardema, congregant, past Elder, current Clerk of Session

"I love that our church is family—a wonderfully diverse group of people with varieties of perspectives which is unified by the goal of sharing worship and learning to walk in the way of Christ. The church gives me a way of serving which I couldn’t find otherwise." 

 

Vieune Revolinski, congregant, past Elder, past Deacon