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Deacons

Five young ladies from youth group were assisted by Pastor Robbie, Tina Ritchie, Bobby Clark and Jenny Gibb in leading worship on Sunday, August 6. The theme was “All Together Now” from the Massanetta Middle School Conference based on Galatians 3:28-29. To open worship, they dressed the communion table, then invited everyone into worship by singing a cappella “Spirit, Fall On Us.”  Youth in middle school shared what they learned at the Massanetta Conference and youth in high school shared experiences and lessons from the Feet-to-Faith mission trip in Ohio. With a depth beyond their ages, they talked about what it means to be together and yet not the same, loving everyone as Christ loves us.

After worship the girls also went shopping to purchase clothes for our Deacon’s Back-to-School project. They shopped for five children with money donated by church members. This is the second year members of youth group have had the opportunity to shop for this project, learning how to be good stewards of money while purchasing fashionable and quality items for children in the Fenton area.

Below are pictures of 4 of the girls who participated showing the posters used in worship (the backsides say “Jew, Greek, slave, free, male, female), and the girls after our shopping trip to Target.

The Deacon’s scholarship is a $500 scholarship offered by the Board of Deacons to members of the congregation.  To be eligible, an applicant must be a high school graduate or graduating senior with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 seeking an advanced education at college or trade school. The form may be downloaded by clicking this link:   FFPC New Deacon Scholarship Form  The scholarship applications are due to the church office by May 24, 2017.

The following requirements and materials are needed to apply for a Deacons Scholarship, approved by the Board of Deacons in 2014:

Required:

  1. Member of First Presbyterian Church of Fenton
  2. Applicant is a graduating senior or a post graduate seeking advanced education (college, trade school, etc.)
  3. Applicant has a cumulative 2.5 GPA
  4. Complete the following

The following information must be typed and attached to this signed application.

  1. List your involvements at school, at church and in the community that best describe your awareness of the needs of others; attach two letters one from your school and one from a community or church individual regarding the involvement
  2. Write an essay of  300 words or less describing a situation when you desired to provide assistance to someone in need that had conflicted with what your peers wanted you to do
  3. State any other information you feel should be acknowledged
  4. Attach an academic transcript of your GPA

Four youth went shopping to purchase school supplies and clothes for our Deacon’s Back-to-School project. They choose five children to shop for with money donated by some of our church members. These youth were very good stewards of the money they were allotted, and bought fashionable and quality items. The youth also wrote personal letters to each child letting them know they are loved and wishing them a successful school year. Youth group looks forward to helping with this project again next year!

Back_to_school_project Backpack_packing backpack_display

The Deacon’s scholarship is a $500 scholarship offered by the Board of Deacons to members of the congregation.  To be eligible, an applicant must be a high school graduate or graduating senior with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 seeking an advanced education at college or trade school. The form may be downloaded by clicking this link:   FFPC New Deacon Scholarship Form  The scholarship applications are due to the church office by May 8, 2016.

The following requirements and materials are needed to apply for a Deacons Scholarship, approved by the Board of Deacons in 2014:

Required:

  1. Member of First Presbyterian Church of Fenton
  2. Applicant is a graduating senior or a post graduate seeking advanced education (college, trade school, etc.)
  3. Applicant has a cumulative 2.5 GPA
  4. Complete the following

The following information must be typed and attached to this signed application.

  1. List your involvements at school, at church and in the community that best describe your awareness of the needs of others; attach two letters one from your school and one from a community or church individual regarding the involvement
  2. Write an essay of  300 words or less describing a situation when you desired to provide assistance to someone in need that had conflicted with what your peers wanted you to do
  3. State any other information you feel should be acknowledged
  4. Attach an academic transcript of your GPA

With the help of First Presbyterian church of Fenton and Fenton Kiwanis 25 backpacks filled with school supplies, clothes and $40.00 payless gift cards were delivered. Thank you FFPC congregation for your continued support in helping others in need!

The Deacon’s scholarship is a $500 scholarship offered by the Board of Deacons to members of the congregation.  To be eligible, an applicant must be a high school graduate or graduating senior with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 seeking an advanced education at college or trade school. The form may be downloaded by clicking this link:   FFPC New Deacon Scholarship Form  The scholarship applications are due to the church office by May 10, 2015.

The following requirements and materials are needed to apply for a Deacons Scholarship, approved by the Board of Deacons in 2014:

Required:

  1. Member of First Presbyterian Church of Fenton
  2. Applicant is a graduating senior or a post graduate seeking advanced education (college, trade school, etc.)
  3. Applicant has a cumulative 2.5 GPA
  4. Complete the following

The following information must be typed and attached to this signed application.

  1. List your involvements at school, at church and in the community that best describe your awareness of the needs of others; attach two letters one from your school and one from a community or church individual regarding the involvement
  2. Write an essay of  300 words or less describing a situation when you desired to provide assistance to someone in need that had conflicted with what your peers wanted you to do
  3. State any other information you feel should be acknowledged
  4. Attach an academic transcript of your GPA
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