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October 2022

Announcements week of 10-23-22

By |October 25th, 2022|Church News|

     A new prayer group for all interested believers, Pray Paris, is starting Monday from 4 to 4:30 P.M. in the Koinonia Kafe. Please join us to pray for our city, county, state, and federal governments. Please call the church office, 217-465-5118, for more information.      Our “Church Family of the Week” is Phil, Karen, [...]

September 2022

Sept/October Newsletter

By |September 1st, 2022|Announcements, Church News, The Profile|

Pastor:  Rev. Rodger Allen                                                                The Presbyterian Church of Paris Music Director:  Susan Farris                                                         241 W. Court St. Paris, IL 61944 Administrative Assistant: Jeanette Levellie                  217-465-5118; fax: 217-463-1471 Custodian:  Cheryl Clark                                            PARTICIPATING IN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (USA) MISSION      We have recently received several sets of reports, statistics, and thank you’s about [...]

July 2022

July-August Newsletter

By |July 20th, 2022|Church News|

            “Back in Time to Jerusalem”               The Bible stories for this summer’s 5-church Cooperative Vacation Bible School were all from Jesus’ final week in the city of Jerusalem, from Palm Sunday to His resurrection. So during the week of July 10 to 14, 27 children visited the first century  Jerusalem Marketplace, [...]

May 2022

Announcements Week of May 22, 2022

By |May 25th, 2022|Church News|

Paris Presbyterian Church Announcements, week of 5-22-2022               The church Session would like us to try a return to our after-worship Fellowship Times, where we can visit with one another and enjoy light snacks, on a once-a-month schedule, the first Sunday of each month, beginning June 5. Would you be willing to provide the snacks [...]

May/June Newsletter

By |May 4th, 2022|Church News|

                                          A Happy Progress Report      The Pastor’s Letter in the May/June 2021 newsletter was a “progress report” reflecting on how far we had come since the early days of the pandemic in May 2020, when we were still in lockdown and there were no gatherings for worship – and no newsletter.    With [...]