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Here are a few of the headlines below, but you can now view or download a pdf version of the Weekly News Bulletin right here! 

Click to view the news bulletin for Sunday, February 26, 2017

ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICE

March 1, 6:30 pm, Fellowship Hall

40-DAY FAST (March 1-Apr 15)

Come to the Ash Wednesday Service, a contemplative time of worship and prayer where we also remember our mortality through the imposition of ashes. Pastor Steve Peich leads the service. Ash Wednesday also kicks off our 40-Day Fast, a spiritual discipline meant to help us be more attuned to God’s voice and into a closer relationship with Him. Choose an item to fast from (a meal, food item, beverage, or activity) that, if you skip it, will prompt you to pray and read the Bible. 

 

BLOOD DRIVE: HELP SAVE LIVES

March 5, Sun, 7:30 am to 1 pm, First Prez

Since blood cannot be manufactured, we need donors like you. The pint of blood you give can potentially save the lives of up to three people. Please go to the Fellowship Hall to choose a donor time slot for March 5. Questions? Contact the Blood Bank of Hawaii: 848-4759. 

 

RON MATHIEU’S RETIREMENT PARTY

March 26, Sun, 5:30 pm, Grand Ballroom

You’re invited to a party for Executive Coordinator Ron Mathieu as he retires after 17 years of being on the First Prez staff. Expect dinner, a special program, and lots of laughter and reminiscing. Buy your dinner ticket(s) today in the Fellowship Hall, or  online here.

 

Discounted HIM Conference Tickets 

HIM Conference 2017

March 16-18, HI Convention Center

This is Hawaiian Islands Ministries’ annual training conference where Christians in Hawaii are equipped by leading teachers, like Mike Pilavachi, Don Cousins, and Philip Yancey. Register at www.himonline.org. Use discount code FPCHIM17, good until March 5 only. You can also buy discounted tickets in the Fellowship Hall on Sundays till March 5.

 

 

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