Butte First Presbyterian Church is a family of faith – centered on our belief in Jesus Christ. Because of that belief, we seek to follow Jesus Christ’s way in our lives — by loving God with everything we have and are.    Please come and join us for our 10:30 A.M. Sunday Worship Service.

Here is NEWS of an exciting upcoming event at FPC:

Family Night Out:  Daring to Love Each Other

Friday June 5, 2015  from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

This will be a fun filled evening for the whole family with games, music, dinner and exploring the idea that God loves everyone and we should too.  All Butte families are welcome.  There is no charge.

This is a family event and all children must be accompanied by an adult.  The activities will be prepared for children 3 to 12 years, but all ages are welcome.  There is no charge and a limited number of families will receive a copy of The Sneetches by Dr. Seuss (register early!).   This is an opportunity to meet other families and engage your family in a fun meaningful discussion.

Family Night Out will be held at the Butte First Presbyterian Church, 901 W. Platinum Street; at the corner of Platinum and Excelsior Streets.  The dinner will be Spaghetti, Tossed Salad, Garlic Bread, Cake, Juice and Lemonade.

Please register by May 29, but last minute reservations will also be accepted. Please leave your name, phone number and how many members of your family plan to attend.  For more information or to register leave a message for Bill at 498-4590 or billmcgladdery@att.net or www.YouthAtFPC.org .

More about – Who We Are:  As with many families, we’re not all the same. Some First Presbyterian Churchof us grew up as Presbyterians (or Methodists, Baptists, or Catholics…) but our faith journeys have brought us together for this time and in this place. When we gather together we try to honor our traditions while at the same time remaining open to what new thing God might be doing in our midst. Through it all, our prayer is that our lives, separate and together, might bear witness to the Good News — of the love of God in Jesus Christ.



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