News Articles

This page displays a list of news about happenings with First Presbyterian Church.  See the "Event-Calendar" pages for information about events for which you may attend.

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5/15/2022      “Jesus in the Book of Revelation”: Sermon 5/15/2022

Pastor Debbie Spangler View/download the e-Bulletin for this service here. This sermon can be viewed by clicking here. Sermon Text: Revelation 21: 1-6 (and other texts from Revelation) Our New Testament readings lately have come from the Book of Revelation. Today we will look at those passages through the lens Read More

5/8/2022      “Tabitha, Lydia and Other New Testament Women”: Sermon 5/8/2022

Pastor Debbie Spangler View/download the e-Bulletin for this service here. This sermon can be viewed by clicking here Sermon Texts: Acts 9: 36-42; 16: 13-15; 18: 1-4, 18-22, 24-28. Happy Women of God Day! I hope you all are enjoying your day! And Men of God—I will lift up some Read More

1/4/2022      Bob Norton Obituary

BOB L. NORTON, D.D.S. Bobby Lee Norton, 92, of Denton, passed into his eternal home on January 1, 2022. He was born March 20, 1929 in Plano, Texas to Alma Rogers Norton and Madison W. Norton. The family moved to Dallas when Bob was a youngster and he was a Read More

12/14/2021      Little Free Food Pantry

First Presbyterian Church is pleased to announce the placement of a “Little Free Pantry” on the church grounds. Hunger is a growing need in our community and hopefully this pantry will help address that need. The pantry will be operated following the Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Act. The pantry Read More

12/4/2021      FPC Choir - Meet the choir

The choir at FPC has recently been revived. We are proud to present to you the members of the choir. CHRISTOPHER RODRIGUEZ, baritone, is a first year doctoral candidate in Vocal Performance at UNT. He is originally from Bakersfield, California. EMMA COLE, mezzo soprano, is a senior Music Education (Elementary) Read More

8/25/2021      Women's 2021-2022 Circle Bible Study

"What My Grandmothers Taught Me" By Merryl Blair with Suggestions for Leaders by Magdalena I. Garcia Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, and Mary—Matthew names these women for a reason. How might Jesus have heard the stories of his grandmothers? What might the young Jesus have felt as he heard about his Read More

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