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Our Lenten Journey
Cinquain poems by our five 2015 confirmands
God is our Rock of Salvation,
God is our shepherd.
God is the Creator of us,
healer, comforter, redeemer
creator, provider, peacemaker, deliverer
God of Vision
Holy one of Israel
God of Vision,
Healer, Peacemaker, Redeemer
Holy one of Israel
Rock of Salvation
Lord of Righteousness
Spirit, Shepherd, Wisdom, Immanuel
We the members of the First Presbyterian Church of Gothenburg, Nebraska:
Praise our creator and commit ourselves to sharing what we have been generously given.
Celebrate our diversity and our rich heritage of tradition in the Reformed faith and democratic tradition.
Seek to stimulate vitality in our continuing journey of faith.
Respect our congregation’s need for nurturing through worship, proclamation of the Word, observance of the sacraments and sacrificial mission outreach.
Accept the challenge to act on our faith with responsibility and courage in our community and world.
Joyfully claim our covenant with God
Dedicate ourselves to lives of service as agents of God’s reconciling love.
To praise, celebrate, seek, respect, accept and joyfully claim our covenant with and dedicate ourselves to God.
Join us at Stone Hearth Estates at 6:30 P.M. for a special Maundy Thursday Service
Join us for a six-week Sunday Morning Lenten Bible Study to help us prepare for Easter. The Study will center on the book "Illuminating Lent" by Donald McKim.
Illuminating Lent deepens faith and enhances knowledge through the exploration of the Lord's Prayer. Each session examines a part of the prayer, its theological understandings, and what it means for Reformed Christians in practical ways during Lent.
We will meet in the Youth Lounge at 9:30 AM each Sunday prior to regular Services.
Meet at 6:50 A.M. on the hill west of Lake Helen. Breakfast at the Church following the Service