First Presbyterian Church

 6470 Main Street, Gloucester, Virginia

 

Fifth Sunday After Easter


8:30 Worship Service

                                                                       9:45 Sunday School

 11:00 Worship Service

 

April 24th   


 

 

 "This One Thing I Do"



Scriptures:

Psalms 105:37-45,  Philippians 3:12-16


This Sunday we once again welcome Pastor Bob Gustafson. He is filling in again for  Pastor Doug as he continues to recover from his knee surgury.

 

 

 

 

  

 

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Please join us at

First Presbyterian Church

8:30  a.m.      Early Worship Service

9:45   a.m.      Sunday School

11:00 a.m.      Worship Service

 

6470 Main Street/PO Box 581
Gloucester, VA 23061
Office: (804) 693-2071

fpcglova@fpcglova.hrcoxmail.com

 

 

 

 Meet Pastor DougOur Pastor, Rev. Dr. Douglas (Doug) Nagel, has been an inspiration to our community and our congregation. Rev. Nagel's sermons are full of insightful stories that have real-life meaning and scriptural relevance, all while being engaging and full of life-force.

 

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Hebrews 12:1-2, 20-24, 1 John 1:1-3 and 1 Corinthians 12:7, 3:21-23

Communion is fellowship: fellowship with God, fellowship with other believers here on earth, but also a fellowship with the Church Triumphant, those who have gone to be with the Lord and with whom we will be reunited someday.  This is both our present experience and our future hope that God has given us in Christ.

 
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