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  • "Tree Cookie" centerpiece table is ready to go.
  • Sandra helping to make wreaths, while Dan signals his approval.
  • Andrew is making his gingerbread house.
  • 'Lace Candles" station is a new one this year, thanks to Max and Michelle.
  • Sharon helping with the "Pine Cone Reindeer" craft.
  • "Mod Podge" ornaments are fun to make.
  • "Cake in a Cup" is a delicious gift item.
  • Lots of people enjoyed making centerpieces.
  • Another artistic gingerbread house is created.
  • Rev. Dan and Paula in their Oktoberfest outfits.
  • Brian Almquist and Amy Lepon man the grilling station
  • Polka Band
  • Kathy, Dan, Paula, Ann, and Helga are all dressed up for the occasion.
  • Dick and Alice Welton and Carolyn Johnson serve, as Paula Fowler gets some of the delicious German food.
  • Elaine Morgan, Jim Holloway, Bea Berry, and Sam Alvord enjoying the ambiance.
  • Brooke Clifford, Randy Stothers, and neighbors enjoying the music and food
  • Barbara Marsh was celebrated on her 95th birthday!
  • Don Taper and Larry Westland received quilts of valor.
  • Goodbye breakfast for Lawrence and Virginia King
  • "Laying hands" on Shirley Patton during worship.
  • Paula Sohl, Lynn and Steve Fain sing for Shirley's farewell party.
  • Shirley acknowledges all the good wishes people have shared.
  • Leslie Rice and Scott Bandoroff lead off the Ukrainian float
  • Lena Zhivotovsky waving from the Ukrainian float
  • David, Laura, Jack and Morgan get a send-off with laying on of hands.
  • Laura and Jack on their last Sunday with us.
  • Samoan Club students from SOU sang during the Pentecost service.
  • Reading Scripture in Samoan
  • Reading Scripture in Russian
  • Sarah with her bunny
  • Sandra making some serious Tootsie Pops crafts
  • Easter bonnets are a hit.
  • Pet the bunny!
  • Andrew loves the bunny.
  • Bea and Amy enjoying the day
  • Dick and Alice helping kids decorate their cupcakes
  • Baby Jack enjoying his first Easter with Dad
  • Who's having more fun?
  • Choosing just the right flower to plant
  • "In my Easter bonnet. . . ."
  • The Collins family enjoying the Easter vibe
  • Coloring Easter eggs
  • Easter morning
  • He is Risen!
  • The flower cross on Easter Sunday
  • Proud parents Laura and David with Jack
  • Baptism of Baby Jack Nile Tuell
  • Baby Jack is presented to the congregation
  • Welcome Baby Jack
  • David shows off Baby Jack
  • Our wonderful family from Ukraine: Mike, Lena, Kostia, and Andrew
  • Pet Blessing service
  • Sam and Pat Alvord, grandkids and pet
  • Younghee and Morgan
  • Wellness Pet Supplies brought treats for dogs and cats.
  • Donna and LingLing
  • Dan and Paula with their dog
  • Howdy and Sally
  • Gracie gets a blessing from Dan.
  • New members Scott and Julie Lawson, Cathy Carl and Larry Westland

Welcome 

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The First Presbyterian Church of Ashland welcomes and affirms the entire human family. We are committed to Christ's sacred hospitality, inviting people of all races, ages, genders, sexual orientations, and mental and physical conditions to join us. Through Christ's grace, we are dedicated to doing justice, loving kindness, and walking humbly with God.

Our congregation honors the fact that the land you are standing on is the ancestral homeland of the Shasta, Takelma, and Latgawa peoples, displaced in the 1850s by colonization and warfare and removed to reservations.‚Äč

Please join us in person (masks are now optional). We have an 8 am service in the Heritage Chapel and a 10 am service in the sanctuary. If you joined us for the in-person 10 am service, you are invited to join us for fellowship in Calvin Hall following the service.

If you are more comfortable watching from home, please click on the button at the top to join us for our 10 am virtual worship service on YouTube.

 

If you joined us digitally, click on the button above after the 10 am worship service for virtual fellowship. The passcode is fellowship.

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  • Community help available

    FPC has overnight parking spots available through the city's Safe Parking Program for those who are experiencing homelessness. You may request a spot by calling the OHRA Community Resource Center at 541-631-2235.

    Our Little Free Pantry is located on Clark Ave. near the steps to the parking lot. Feel free to leave non-perishable food for others—or take what you need. If you live in the area, you may also visit the Ashland Emergency Food Bank on Clover Lane.

    Our church office can help you in an emergency with bus tokens, gas money, or snack vouchers during office hours. If funds run low, a note is posted on the office door. 

    If you have medical questions about COVID, Dr. John Sager is available to answer your questions by email (jsag03@gmail.com). You don't need to be a patient of his, and the advice is free of charge.

  • Vision 2020 Guiding Statement (from GA 225)

                                    

    The 2020 Vision Team was mandated by the 222nd General Assembly (2016) and charged with developing a guiding statement for the denomination as it moves into the future.

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