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Lenten Messages below

 

 

Please scroll down to find weekly Lenten short messages to help and guide us through the Lenten weeks.   

Welcome

 

Welcome, and thank you for visiting the First Presbyterian  Church of Mifflinburg, PA online.    Please come to our church for an in-person visit.  We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus and for you, our neighbor.

Our Mission

 

Our mission is to be fully devoted to Jesus by opening our arms and doors to those in search and in need of the truth. We show God’s love and concern at every opportunity.  Through works of community outreach such as our Loaves and Fishes meals and our Blessing Tables full of free items to meet people's immediate needs, we feel we are walking in the footsteps of Jesus.  Our aim is to help meet those physical needs and transcend to helping people in understanding and meeting their spiritual needs. 

Services

 

Services are held in our historic  Church on Green Street in our town of Mifflinburg, PA.  


Sunday Morning services are at 10:30 AM per the schedule below.


News

   The Presbytery is working with Church World Service in collecting Flood Clean-up buckets.  Bucket content details explained below.  

We are happy to announce that Coles Hardware has donated several new buckets and lids ready to be filled as a flood cleanup bucket.

   The whole world is becoming more and more aware of the difficulty of having sufficient clean water to sustain healthy life in many places around the world.  The presbytery is inviting people, families or congregations to make a special offering of $60 for the material to build one in-home water filter in Nicaragua.  Our hope is to be able to take a group to Nicaragua to work with a local community to build these filters.

    Checks for these special offerings and opportunities can be sent to:

First Presbyterian Church

PO Box 89

Mifflinburg, PA   17844

Upcoming Services

   Morning worship services, Sundays at 10:30 am, are being done in person with masking and social distancing per the schedule below.   Collection plate is not passed, but available at the back of the church.   Come worship with us.   

Sunday, July 28, 10:30 AM, guest pastor Lisa Kraus

Sunday, August 11, 10:30 AM, guest pastor Tracy Fetzer

Sunday, August 25, 10:30 AM

Sunday, September 8, 10:30 AM

Sunday, September 22, 10:30 AM

Sunday, October 6, 10:30 AM, World Wide Communion 

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Flood Cleanup Buckets

Our church is working to provide flood buckets for our Presbytery Committee on

Service to help people throughout the US dealing with the flooding that occurs so

often and seemingly every year.     

Our thanks to Coles hardware for providing several new buckets and lids, ready for

the contents to fill the buckets.  

If you haven't put any Flood Cleanup Buckets together, all it takes is one
trip to the nearest Dollar General or Walmart. The cost for the bucket
and everything to fill it is about $60 – The value to the family cleaning
their home after a flood is priceless.

 

Let Doug Orbaker, chair of the Committee on Service, know. You can
reach him at (570) 768-6436, or dougorbaker@yahoo.com.

 

Cleanup Bucket
1 — 5-gallon bucket with resealable lid (provided at the church)
5 — scouring pads, not steel wool, with soap in them
7 — sponges, including 1 large
1 — scrub brush with or without handle
18 — reusable multipurpose cleaning towels - not microfiber or terrycloth 
1 — bottle laundry detergent, 32-64 oz. or 2 small 25 oz sizes
1 — bottle concentrated household cleaner 12 - 40 oz - no spray bottles.
1 — bottle disinfectant dish soap (like Dawn®), 16-34 oz.
1 — 1 pkg. clothespins, 36-50 

1 —  1 clothesline, 50 ft. to 100 ft.
5 — dust masks (N95 preferred)
2 pairs of heavy duty dishwashing gloves (like Playtex®)
1 pair — work gloves (leather preferred)
20-30 heavy-duty trash bags (30-45 gallon, remove from carton)
1 — bottle non-aerosol insect repellent 6-9 oz. or 20 insect repellent wipes 

 

Please purchase all liquids in plastic bottles. Send only new, unopened materials. 
Put all items in the plastic bucket, packed securely to avoid damage during shipment, 
and seal lid with packing tape.

Lenten Lessons  
Lenten Lesson - 
                          Easter
Lenten Lesson 6 - 
                          Rivers
Lenten Lesson 5 -
                          Mud
Lenten Lesson 4 - 
             Water From A Rock
Lenten Lesson 3 - 
                    Still Waters
Lenten Lesson 2 - 
                      Flooding
Lenten Lesson 1 -
          The Window Washer
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