Join us on Sundays at 8 or 10 for worship.
You will find a variety of people at worship – different ages and styles of dress but all interested in spiritual growth and fellowship.
We have two worship services most Sundays: intimate, abbreviated communion service in the Heritage Chapel at 8 am and Sanctuary worship with a variety of music styles at 10 am. Read more. . .
Advent Faire is coming!
Sunday, Dec. 4 after worship until 2 o’clock
Crafts, food, fellowship
for all ages.
Invite friends and
Make wreaths, centerpieces, candles,
ornaments, gingerbread houses, more.
Decorate the sock/glove tree.
Bring gifts/boxes for Maslow Project.
Enjoy a festive soup lunch.
Prices for materials: from free to $2 for crafts/lunch or one of each craft for $10/adults, $5/children
John Philip Newell to speak in Ashland
Feb. 3 and 4
“Spirituality and Justice:
Cultivating Inner Courage
to Change the Outer World”
John Philip Newell, internationally celebrated author and practitioner of Celtic spirituality, will present lectures and participatory experiences at a weekend workshop.
Tickets are available beginning in January at First Presbyterian, First United Methodist, Trinity Episcopal, and United Church of Christ or online anytime: click here. (Advance tickets: $20/Friday, $30/Saturday, $45/both days)
Our Interim Pastor is Kathy Keener.
Kathy grew up in Eugene, Oregon, attending Central Presbyterian Church with her educator parents. After earning her BA in Peace Studies, Political Science, and German, she attended McCormick Theological Seminary and received her Master of Divinity in 1986. After serving as pastor for a small rural church in Illinois for five years, Kathy completed ten subsequent interim ministries.
Creativity, compassion, enthusiasm, and intelligence are what Kathy brings to our congregation, according to those she has worked with before. She describes herself as a Mary Poppins who will blow into our lives with the tools in her bag that will help us to create energizing spiritual experiences, discover and build on our strengths, and then blow back out of our lives once her work is done and we are ready to welcome a called pastor.
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Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m - Noon and 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Regular Worship Schedule
8 am Communion Service in Chapel
10 am Worship in Sanctuary
11:15 am Fellowship
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First Presbyterian database
Presbytery of the Cascades Eco-Justice
Prebytery of the Cascades newsletter "Omnibus"
Presbyterians Against Domestic Violence
Faith Trust Institute
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
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