September 26, 2020

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP EVERY SUNDAY MORNING
All are invited!
All are welcome!

We are Handicap Accessible!

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HALLELUJAH!!!
IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATE GUIDELINES,
WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR LIVE, IN-PERSON
WORSHIP SERVICES IN OUR HISTORIC SANCTUARY!
Join us at 10 a.m. Sunday mornings!
But, fear not! We will continue to offer Video Worship for those who are not yet able to join us!

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Please click here for Rev. Dowd's 
 
Please click here for the 
 

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Please click the link to our Food Bank Sun. page for more info.
IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING
A FOOD CRISIS,
Please contact

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Need Assistance?
Visit our 
page
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Please watch your e-mail 

or check our website (www.firstucceaston.org), 

our facebook page FirstUCCeaston 

or call the Church Office at 610-258-3361 for updates.


Say your prayers, wash your hands & stay well.
 
P.S. The Church Office will be open on a limited basis 
but e-mail & phone messages will be monitored.
 
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Jimmy Needs A Kidney!
And so do alot of people!
To ask about donating a kidney
to Jimmy Apostolopoulos or
to one of the thousands who need one,
please call the Lehigh Valley Health Network at
855-674-8767.
 
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View Our Newsletters

Sept. 2020


View Our Calendars

 Our normal events are 'in limbo'.

We will post a calendar soon

 

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We wrap our prayers around the all victims of hatred & violence everywhere.

Love is Stronger than hate.

God help us.

   
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UPCOMING EVENTS

Restoration work on our Historic First Church Steeple HAS BEEN COMPLETED!!!

We thank EVERYONE in our First Church Family and our Community for your support to compete this historic restoration project. THANK YOU!!!

 Please check out our "Watch Our Progress" page for videos of the project work, or to offer financial support.
 

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Named for the City of Easton's position as an economic and cultural "crossroads" at the confluence of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers.

 

Chautauqua at the Forks of the Delaware recognizes the vital role that urban centers play in bringing people together for public dialogue, continuing education, artistic creation, spiritual examination, and community renewal.

 

Adopting the motto "Creating Community in a Changing World," our emphasis is on ecumenical & interfaith, education, and cultural inquiry, dialogue and debate, lifelong learning, and excellent performing, musical and visual arts.

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