In addition to times of worship and fellowship together, many of our members volunteer for various community projects in the area.

A recent project of our Presbyterian Women was to encourage folk from our church to sew dresses and shorts for the "Little Dresses for Africa" project.  We are excited to share that  100 dresses and 44 short pants were made for this project.  Thanks to everyone who helped with this project.

A recent project of our Presbyterian Women was to encourage folk from our church to sew dresses and shorts for the "Little Dresses for Africa" project.  We are excited to share that  100 dresses and 44 short pants were made for this project.  Thanks to everyone who helped with this project.

First Presbyterian Church is part of "Bright Futures Clinton" which aims to help students in public schools do their best.  The Ministerial alliance has been asked once again to have "Undie Sundays" and "Sock-It Sundays to collect new panties/shorts and socks to give to children at the end of July during their big School Supply Fair.  If you could, please purchase underwear and /or socks appropriate for girls and boys from kindergarten to adult and drop them in the hamper in the foyer.  Or, you can drop a check in the offering basket made out to "Bright Futures Clinton" and put "undies/socks" in the memo line.   Thank you.

Opportunity for service:  David and Sandie Sorbo plan to make this their last year to be on the Red Cross Blood Drive committee.  The are eager to show the ropes to the next group.  Our Red Cross Blood Drives have a good reputation in town and in the state.   Please think and pray about serving on the Red Cross Blood Drive Committee.

First Presbyterian Church had a great team and won the trophy for largest contribution to the Golden Valley Memorial Hospital 2017 Diabetes Walk.   Click Here for more on this.

Some of these include:

Delivering meals from the Senior Center each week.

Collecting food for the Samaritan Center Food Pantry

Helping at the Samaritan Center Thrift Store

Organizing and assisting with frequent blood drives held in our fellowship hall

Volunteering in the classrooms at school through the Bright Futures program.

Volunteering at the local animal shelter.

 

We believe that being of service to our neighbors and our community at large is an important part of our service to God.

Here is a photo of the group from our church who help deliver meals from the Senior Center.