Tag Archives: First Central Presbyterian Church

LOOKING FOR THE HELPERS

By GRACE SOSA For me, and I’m sure for many people, this will be the first Easter Sunday of my life that I will not be in church. Of course, we will watch our church’s service at home, but something will definitely be different. I have found much comfort in going through the COVID-19 epidemic during the season of Lent.

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HOLY WEEK LUNCHEON SERIES CONTINUES–MINUS THE LUNCH

HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE Four Abilene Churches, continuing in a tradition over 35 years old in Abilene, are hosting Holy Week Luncheon Series–without the luncheon–Monday through Thursday, April 6-9. St. Paul United Methodist, Highland Church of Christ, First Baptist Church and First Central Presbyterian Church are the host churches. For the first time, the traditional luncheon series won’t be held, due

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CLOSED SUNDAYS

By LORETTA FULTON Downtown Abilene was eerily quiet Sunday morning as parking lots at St. Paul United Methodist, First Central Presbyterian, and First Baptist churches were practically empty. That doesn’t mean nothing was happening inside. St. Paul and First Baptist broadcast services live as usual, although with no congregations, and First Central Presbyterian aired via Facebook. Sunday morning was challenging.

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FCPC ORGANIST A RARE GEM

By LORETTA FULTON The man behind the newest and perhaps the grandest pipe organ in Abilene doesn’t even consider himself a professional organist. Try telling that to members and visitors at First Central Presbyterian Church who are graced by the skills and dedication of Larry Wolz, who is entering his 40th year as organist at First Central and 50th as

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