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    ReadFirst Church Alert
    November 30, 2022

    5+ Things to Know this Week @ First Church


    1 “Fear Not”:  Advent continues

    Our Advent worship series, “Fear Not,” continues. We move from Isaiah to Joseph, who is faced with fear for his family in Matthew 1:18-25. The angel Gabriel tells him, “Fear not,” but how is that possible? Hayden Bickel and Savanna Krueger will light the second Advent candle.


    2 Angel Tree

    We have a few ornaments left on the tree. Call the Church Office to claim yours, or stop by the tree on Sunday morning.  


    3 “Escape to Bethlehem”

    Invite family and friends to our annual Christmas pageant, “Escape to Bethlehem,” happening on Sunday, December 18, in worship at 10 a.m.  Our pageant will be followed by our Christmas luncheon. Please contact Kenny Root at 719-469-2742 if you’d like to donate a turkey.  


    4 “I Heard the Bells” rehearsals begin this week

    Rehearsals begin this Thursday, December 1, and continue December 8, 15, and 22, at 6:30 p.m., for our Christmas Eve service, “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.” Our songs will include an arrangement of “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” along with bell accompaniment.  Please consider making the time in Advent for this musical offering. 


    5 Devotional debacle

    Our hope this year had been to offer an Advent devotional that would be appropriate for all ages and households. Unfortunately, we discovered too late that the devotionals we ordered were tailored specifically to families with young children. Our apologies. More devotionals are available now on the table outside the sanctuary.  Please take one!


    6 Celebrating Our Staff

    Join us on Sunday morning in worship as we honor our paid and volunteer church staff. Thank you to Dean, Gwynn, Aricka, Steve, David, Jeanne, Kristin, Patti, Kathy, Dottie, Marilyn, Chris, Elisabeth, and Angel. God blesses us through your ministries!




    Visit the church website to find out more on our midweek groups for men, women, youth, and Mothers of Preschoolers!


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      ReadFirst Church Alert
      November 22, 2022

      5 Things to Know this Week @ First Church


      A pastoral note:  As many of us now know, our community was directly impacted by Saturday night’s mass shooting in Colorado Springs. We mourn the death of Ashley Paugh, and pray for her husband Kurt and daughter Ryleigh. Ryleigh has been a part of our children’s ministries in the past.  We pray for the families of others who died, as well as for the healing of those injured, including another local friend who is choosing privacy at this time. We hold to the promise of Christ so real in this Advent season, “Look! God’s dwelling place is now among the people, and he will dwell with them. They will be his people, and God himself will be with them and be their God. He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away” (Revelation 21:3-4).  ~Pastor MJ


      1 “Fear Not”:  Advent begins this Sunday 

      Our Advent worship series follows the “Fear Not” declarations leading to the birth of Christ–from the prophet Isaiah, to Joseph, Zechariah, and Mary. We begin this Sunday with “Fear Not: The Long View” from Isaiah 41:8-13. The Hulsey & Aldea family will light the first Advent candle, and we’ll enjoy special music from Barb Walter playing a Hymn Medley. 


      2 Angel Tree

      The Angel Tree will be up this Sunday! Children of an incarcerated parent receive Angel Tree gifts that are suggested by their parent and local caregivers. We do the shopping and then deliver the gift. Stop by the table outside the sanctuary for you to choose a gift and get shopping.


      3 Pageant rehearsals have begun!

      Aricka and the kids have begun work on this year’s Christmas pageant, which will be performed in worship on Sunday, December 18.  If you have a child, grandchild, or one of their friends who’d be interested in participating, it’s not too late.  Just come to practice on Sunday morning!  Contact Aricka for more details at 719-468-0234.


      4 “We’re All In This Together”

      We’re all in this together, as we work together to live out our calling as followers of Jesus.  Our ministries in 2023 depend upon all of us being the Body of Christ and contributing what we’re able to this effort.  We have received 20 commitments so far, which represents about half the households in the church. Thank you!  If you have not yet submitted your Estimate of Giving card, please do so as soon as possible, or you can simply call or text Kathy Parker at 719-469-6191 and let her know what you anticipate being able to give in 2023.


      5  “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”

      Dean Rees invites singers to rehearse on Thursday evenings in December in preparation for our Christmas Eve “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” Candlelight Communion Service. Rehearsals will take place on Thursdays, December 1, 8, 15, and 22, at 6:30 p.m. Our songs will include an arrangement of “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” along with bell accompaniment.  Please consider making the time this Advent season for this musical offering.




      Visit the church website to find out more on our midweek groups for men, women, youth, and Mothers of Preschoolers!


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      Website: https://firstchurchlajunta.org/

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        ReadFirst Church Alert
        November 16, 2022

        5+ Things to Know this Week @ First Church

        It’s a busy time of year, so we’ll try to keep these as brief as we can…


        1 “Fear Not”: Advent begins December 27

        Pick up your Advent devotionals outside the sanctuary, and make it a goal to worship every Sunday possible through these four Sundays preparing for celebration of the birth of Christ.


        2 Angel Tree

        Children of an incarcerated parent receive Angel Tree gifts that are suggested by their parent and local caregivers. We do the shopping and the deliver the gift. The Angel Tree will be up this Sunday outside the sanctuary for you to choose a gift and get shopping.


        3 Pageant rehearsals have begun!

        Aricka and the kids have begun work on this year’s Christmas pageant, which will be performed in worship on Sunday, December 18. If you have a child, grandchild, or one of their friends who’d be interested in participating, it’s not too late. Just come to practice on Sunday morning! Contact Aricka for more details at 719-468-0234.


        4 “We’re All In This Together”

        Our ministry funding strategy for 2023 is threefold: an annual appeal to former members and friends, the sale of the empty lot, and 100% response to this request for estimates of giving for 2023. Every gift matters, because we really are all in this together. Please bring your 2023 Estimate-of-Giving card this Sunday, November 20. If you’re going to be out of town, send us your card or drop it off in the Church Office. If all else fails, call or text Kathy Parker at 719-469-6191 and let her know what you anticipate being able to give in 2023.


        5 Pie Social

        Bring a pie to share after worship this Sunday. (Don’t forget the whipped cream!)


        6 Hanging of the Greens (aka decorating the sanctuary for Christmas)

        This Sunday, November 20, after the pie social. Many hands make light work!


        7 Ninety-one!

        How awesome that we were able to fill 91 shoeboxes this year for Operation Christmas Child...God is good. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the boxes, and an extra special thank you to Becci Lease, along with Jeanne Brittain! Well done.


        8 Walkamoly

        The Holy Walkamoly was a blast with great fellowship within the church family and a few guests who joined us. An extra Yea-God to Gavin Denahy (a member of our Sunday night youth group) for donning the Mr. Avocado costume. Check out the photos on the church’s Facebook page

        https://www.facebook.com/firstchurchlajunta.


        Visit the church website to find out more on our midweek groups for men, women, youth, and Mothers of Preschoolers!


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        Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstchurch_lajunta/?hl=en

        Website: https://firstchurchlajunta.org/

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          ReadFirst Church Alert
          November 9, 2022

          5 Things to Know this Week @ First Church


          1 “Meeting Jesus, meeting friends, sharing hope with all”

          We’re so excited to live into our new mission statement, “Meeting Jesus, meeting friends, sharing hope with all.”  The full statement is longer but captures the full ideal of who we believe God is calling us to be:  “A space where the community meets Jesus and one another, gathering to grow in faith and friendship, then leaving to share His hope with all.”  Your ministry teams will be working over the next few months to bring all that we do into alignment with this vision.


          2 J is for John the Baptist

          We often meet JB at Christmastime as the crazy guy eating locusts and honey or before Easter as he’s baptizing Jesus. Seldom do we remember his rather gruesome death, but this Sunday, we’ll tackle this story as we acknowledge that the life of faith must involve sacrifice.  With readings from Matthew 14:1-12 and special music, “A Mighty Fortress” from Dean Rees and Jonathan Colson.


          3 Holy Walkamoly **TIME CHANGE**

          To avoid freezing our patooties off, the Walkamoly has moved to 11:15 a.m. after worship this Sunday, November 13.  Wear comfy shoes, dress warm, and join us even for part of the walk. We’ve got three guac stations along the way, and a very brave youth group member who’s volunteered to wear the avocado costume.  Join us for a little fun, guac, and the building up of the Body and bodies of Christ!


          4 News from Cathy 

          Cathy Lease began chemotherapy this morning for lymphoma. Doctors have shared with her that the type of lymphoma is very responsive to treatment, and her outlook for remission is very good. Yea God!  


          5 Dedication of Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes

          We’ll be dedicating our Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes in worship this Sunday, November 13. If you have filled your own boxes, please bring them with you to worship so we can include them in the dedication.


          Visit the church website to find out more on our midweek groups for men, women, youth, and Mothers of Preschoolers!


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          Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstchurch_lajunta/?hl=en

          Website: https://firstchurchlajunta.org/

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            ReadFirst Church Alert
            November 2, 2022

            5+ Things to Know this Week @ First Church


            1 Vision statement “reveal” this Sunday

            The Session has approved a new vision statement, and we’re revealing it this Sunday after worship.  Please stay for a few minutes after worship. We are excited to share this new vision of who we are and who Jesus is calling us to be.   

             

            2  I is for Idolatry with All Saints Remembrance

            What big needs have become our little gods? “Jesus A to Z” continues this Sunday with “I is for Idolatry” from John 2, the story of Jesus’ and the moneychangers in the temple.  Our worship will conclude with our annual All Saints Remembrance.

             

            3 Holy Walkamoly!

            Weather permitting, we’ll run/jog/walk/ride our 5K on Sunday, November 13, at 8 a.m.  Enjoy our chips & guac stations along the route!  No registration is required. Just join us!


            Note:  If you signed up to help with the Walkamoly, please come a little early to worship at 9:20 for a quick organizational meeting.


            4 Angel Tree  

            Angel Tree is our annual effort to provide hope and a Christmas gift to children of incarcerated parents.  The Angel Tree will go up on Sunday, November 20, for you to choose a gift to purchase for one of these children.  A big thank you to Lisa Smith for stepping in to continue this ministry in Cathy Lease’s absence (see below).  Lisa has delivered Angel Tree gifts for many years, so she’s ready for the ministry.

             

            5 “Further Up and Further In”

            A hearty thanks to all who made our “Further Up and Further In” storytelling Sunday such a blessing.  Thank you first to Dean and the Choir for the music:  Sandy, Sarah, Dawn, Becky, Sara, Becci, Terry, Chris, Dennis, Greg, Kenny, and Jeff. Thank you to the readers: Karen, Joey, and Marilyn. A huge thanks to Greg for constructing the window through which the peaks of the real Narnia were visible. Pastor MJ put the script together and helped out in the directing. 

             

            Also, from Operation Christmas Child

            Another chance to clean out closets!  If anyone has ball caps for men/boys and/or women/girls that they would like to donate for OCC, we would love to help you clean them out of your closet!  Also, if you have any small adult t-shirts for men, that would also be great.


            Prayers…for Cathy Lease is still awaiting a treatment plan for recently diagnosed lymphoma. Her spirits are strong, and her faith is even stronger. Please keep the prayers coming.


            Visit the church website to find out more on our midweek groups for men, women, youth, and Mothers of Preschoolers!

             

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              ReadFirst Church Alert
              October 27, 2022

              5 Things to Know this Week @ First Church


              1 “Further Up and Further In”

              Join us for this very special worship experience this Sunday, October 30, led by Dean Rees and the Chancel Choir and including readings from C. S. Lewis’ The Last Battle from the Chronicles of Narnia.   Musical selections will include "We Shall Be Satisfied," “Beautiful Heaven Medley,” and "Sweet by and By."  

               

              2  Pumpkins!

              Also this Sunday, the ARK Kidz will be carving pumpkins as they learn the Pumpkin Prayer. Parents, please send a pumpkin with your child if you have one to spare.

               

              3 Holy Walkamoly!

              Weather permitting, we’ll run/jog/walk/ride our 5K on Sunday, November 13, at 8 a.m.  Enjoy our chips & guac stations along the route!  No registration is required. Just join us!


              4 What now?

              Is God calling you to join the church? If so, please find Pastor MJ or any one of the elders to share with you about next steps. The membership process involves spending some time in preparation, meeting with the church elders, and affirming your vows in worship or being baptized if you haven’t previously. If you wish to baptize your children, the process is very similar.

               

              5 New vision statement

              The Session has approved a new vision statement, which we will unveil in the coming weeks.  Thanks to everyone who responded to the Church Health Assessment, as well as the Church Vision response cards. We are excited about this new vision of who we are and how we serve Jesus in our community!


              Prayers…for Cathy Lease who will undergo surgery on Friday to remove a tumor in her brain. The type of tumor is still unknown.





              Visit the church website to find out more on our midweek groups for men, women, youth, and Mothers of Preschoolers!


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                ReadFirst Church Alert
                October 19, 2022

                5 Things to Know this Week @ First Church


                1 G is for the Gerasene demoniac

                Gera-huh?  The Gerasene demoniac is a man who appears in 3 of the 4 gospels, sometimes naked and always living in a graveyard. There are pigs involved. It’s a great story of Jesus’ power to free us from the powers that bind us.  Join us this Sunday at 10 a.m. to hear it for yourself.  The ARK Kidz Choir will try again to share their song, “God Is So Big.”


                2 “Further Up and Further In”

                Join us for this very special worship experience on Sunday, October 30, led by Dean Rees and the Chancel Choir and including readings from C. S. Lewis’ The Last Battle from the Chronicles of Narnia.   Musical selections will include "We Shall Be Satisfied" and "Sweet by and By" and more. 


                Please note:  The ARK Kidz will be carving pumpkins that same day. Parents, please send a pumpkin with your child if you have one to spare.


                3 Dementia Friendly Communities follow up

                Jim Collins did a masterful job sharing with us about how to best support our loved ones suffering forms of dementia, as well as their caregivers.  Our ministry staff and elders will be looking at ways to make our worship and ministries more accommodating to these families, and we are looking at the possibility of hosting a lunch group for caregivers.  Jim will be back in a few months to follow up with us to plan next steps.


                4 Welcome Luncheon

                Are you new (or new-ish) to the life of the church?  Come find out more about how we seek to glorify and serve God.  Ask those burning questions, like, “What is a narthex?” and “Why does MJ keep blocking off the back two rows?” [Note:  This is not a new members’ class. That will come later for those who are interested.]  Please let us know you’re coming by calling the Church Office or texting Pastor MJ at 719-469-7717.  A big thanks to the Fellowship Team for preparing lunch.

                 

                5  Financial Stewardship:  Third quarter giving statements & budget update

                Your third quarter giving statements were emailed or mailed through the post office this past Friday. We send our sincere thanks to everyone for giving what they can!  Financially, the church is doing better than expected. We went into 2022 anticipating a $13,000 budget shortfall by the end of the year.  At the end of the third quarter, we were just shy of a $5000 deficit, so the shortfall will be smaller than planned.  Again, thank you for your continued generosity to the mission and ministries of the church.






                Visit the church website to find out more on our midweek groups for men, women, youth, and Mothers of Preschoolers!


                Find us!

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                Twitter: https://twitter.com/FirstChurchofLJ

                Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstchurch_lajunta/?hl=en

                Website: https://firstchurchlajunta.org/ 

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                  ReadFirst Church Alert
                  October 12, 2022

                  5 Things to Know this Week @ First Church


                  1 F is for Fishes (and Fear too) 

                  What do you do when you’re scared? Complain? Find someone to blame? Or do you lean into Jesus and trust Him? Join us this Sunday for “Jesus A to Z: F is for Fishes (and also Fear),” from Mark 6:31-44. The ARK Kidz Choir will sing, “My God Is So Big,” and we’ll celebrate the Lord’s Supper.   


                  2 Sandwich Luncheon after church

                  Stay after church for lunch this Sunday!  The Fellowship Team is serving sandwiches.


                  3 Dementia Friendly Communities–register soon!

                  Jim Collins of Otero County Human Services will be here to share with us this Sunday, October 16, about how best to care for loved ones and their caregivers struggling with different forms of dementia. We’re finalizing plans for this free community event, so please RSVP to https://forms.gle/a1ESgQ6efoB4sfB9A or call the Church Office at 719-384-2852.


                  4 “Further Up and Further In”

                  Our choir is busy rehearsing on Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. in preparation for “Further Up and Further In,” a worship event based on C. S. Lewis’ The Last Battle on Sunday, October 30. We had a GREAT turnout for the first rehearsal, but more voices are always welcome (especially tenors and sopranos).  The music includes arrangements of "We Shall Be Satisfied" and "Sweet by and By".  Call or text Dean for more information at 719-980-1175, or just come on Thursday night to join.


                  5  Building & Grounds update: good and not-so-good news

                  The new fan coil units are installed and running well, with the exception of the units furthest from the boiler room. It turns out that our water pump is too weak to get the water to all the units (e.g. the nursery).  The Session is considering a proposal for a new water pump and installation.  Also, the sale of the empty lot is moving forward. Though there are lots of good ideas for its use, all of those uses come with a cost, and the potential income from the sale of the property takes precedence. A big thanks to Neil Fisher who will be managing the sale. Finally, we’re still working on the replacement bulb for the cross in the sanctuary. Christ’s light shines brightly, even if the cross is temporarily dimmed.  And, yes, we’ll have heat on Sunday. The system has been switched from cool to heat. Thanks to Chad Smith for handling all the details.




                  Visit the church website to find out more on our midweek groups for men, women, youth, and Mothers of Preschoolers!


                  Find us!

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                  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/firstchurchlajunta

                  Twitter: https://twitter.com/FirstChurchofLJ

                  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstchurch_lajunta/?hl=en

                  Website: https://firstchurchlajunta.org/ 

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                    ReadFirst Church Alert
                    October 5, 2022

                    5 Things to Know this Week @ First Church


                    1 E is for the Evangelism 

                    Our church family has talked a lot about sharing our faith, but we (being Presbyterian) have a tendency to overanalyze the task. “What do I say? What if I say something wrong? What if I offend someone?” Yes, we are masters of overcomplication. Join us this Sunday for “Jesus A to Z: E is for Evangelism,” from Luke 10:1-12. Kristin Bickel will sing, “So Shall I Send You.”


                    2 Singers needed for “Further Up and Further In”

                    On October 30, we’ll be offering another special worship Sunday, as we reach “H is for Heaven: Further Up and Further In” with readings from C. S. Lewis’ The Last Battle. Dean Rees is gathering a choir to sing three selections to accompany the readings. Rehearsals will happen on Thursday nights, 6:30-7:30 p.m., in the sanctuary beginning tomorrow night, October 6. Note: Yes, we know there’s a Broncos game happening at the same time. If you need to miss this first rehearsal, please let Dean know that you plan to join the choir next week.


                    3 Dementia Friendly Communities

                    This free community event happens on Sunday, October 16, in the Cranson Room with lunch. Jim Collins of Otero County Human Services will share with us about how best to care for loved ones struggling with different forms of dementia, as well as how to support their caregivers. Please RSVP to https://forms.gle/a1ESgQ6efoB4sfB9A or sign up in the Church Foyer.


                    4 Thank you to all (but especially the Davids)

                    It came to our attention after worship on Sunday that Pastor MJ neglected to thank the two Davids (David Mackey and David Book) for their help with the Parking Lot sale. So a huge thanks to both of them, as well as the dozens of others who were here to lend a hand. The total raised for the Missions Team, Youth Ministry, and Operating Fund totaled about $1000, and we had the opportunity to spend time with friends, neighbors, and strangers. Fun (and a little income) was had by all! 


                    5 Tables

                    Our Tables have kicked off, and it’s not too late to join us. Call the Church Office or email us at office@lajuntapres.org if you’d like to be a part of this once-a-month small group dinner fellowship.




                    Visit the church website to find out more on our midweek groups for men, women, youth, and Mothers of Preschoolers!


                    Find us!

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                    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/firstchurchlajunta

                    Twitter: https://twitter.com/FirstChurchofLJ

                    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstchurch_lajunta/?hl=en

                    Website: https://firstchurchlajunta.org/ 

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                      ReadFirst Church Alert
                      September 28, 2022

                      5 Things to Know this Week @ First Church


                      1  D is for the Devil  

                      Jesus: A to Z continues as we set out with Jesus for his time of trial by the devil in the desert (Matthew 4:1-17). Temptation is real, and we all struggle with it, so come find out how Jesus triumphed over it and shows us how to triumph too.  We’ll enjoy special music, “Weep with Me,” from Steve Elwood, Ashley Bass, Brandon Bass, Chris Ludwig, and Dean Rees.


                      2 The Great La Junta Parking Lot Sale this Saturday

                      The big day is finally approaching.  If you’re selling, please arrive at 7:30 a.m. to find your spot and get set up with your tables. If you’re buying, come at 8 a.m. The Missions Team will be selling burritos and water. The Youth Team will have a collective booth for any members or friends who want to donate items with proceeds going to the youth mission trip.  Note:  We are closed to new registrations.


                      3 A huge thank you!

                      We want to thank our Neighborhood Worship leaders, musicians, and hosts for a grand time this past Sunday worshiping.  Our gratitude goes out to Don & Peggy Klinkerman, Greg Holt, Terry Miller, Jerry & Marilyn Chambers, Gwynn Root, Dean Rees, Chris Ludwig, and Joey & Karen Gacnik. 


                      4 Tables

                      We have four Tables groups formed, with room for a few more people to participate.  Please let us know as soon as possible if you are interested in meeting monthly on the first Sunday of the month for dinner and conversation with friends.


                      5 Singers needed for “Further Up and Further In”

                      On October 30, we’ll be offering another special worship Sunday, as we reach “H is for Heaven: Further Up and Further In” with readings from C. S. Lewis’ The Last Battle. Dean Rees is gathering a choir to sing three selections to accompany the readings.  Rehearsals will happen on Thursday nights, 6:30-7:30 p.m., in the sanctuary beginning on October 6.


                      And prayers…

                      …for Tom Aldea, as he recovers from back surgery; for Cathy Lease, healing from eye surgery; for Dave and Bri (Bradfield) MacRunnel, as Dave prepares for surgery on October 13 to remove new cancerous growth; for teachers and students in our public schools.




                      Visit the church website to find out more on our midweek groups for men, women, youth, and Mothers of Preschoolers!


                      Find us!

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                      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/firstchurchlajunta

                      Twitter: https://twitter.com/FirstChurchofLJ

                      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstchurch_lajunta/?hl=en

                      Website: https://firstchurchlajunta.org/