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Written by Pat Ireland   
Sunday, 24 August 2008 13:02
“I will bless you, and make your name great, so that you will be a blessing.” (Genesis 12: 2b)bible

The Word of God is at the heart of reformed worship. Worship always includes the Word, read and proclaimed. We take the Bible seriously, not literally. The Bible is our source, our access to the living Word of God. God’s desires for humanity are revealed through the text. We learn how God has worked in the past so that we will recognize God’s work among us in the present. God is always inviting us into the blessings of faithfulness, that we might share them with the world.

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Come worship with us PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kevin Ireland   
Wednesday, 11 October 2006 22:13

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We welcome everyone to join us on Sunday morning at 10:30 am for worship.  Come early for fellowship and refreshment beginning at 10 am.  Cottonwood Falls First Presbyterian Church is located at 200 Maple Street in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas. 

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Michael Mouse PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kevin Ireland   
Friday, 25 March 2011 14:01

The congregations children performed the Christmas play Michael Mouse last Sunday. It takes a minute to load, but worth the wait

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Children in church PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kevin Ireland   
Monday, 25 August 2008 16:10

But the steadfast love of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting on those who fear him, and God's righteousness to children's children. (Psalms 103:17)

children_in_churchThe church is always just one generation away from extinction. The Bible’s promises are for our children’s children. Therefore we include children in our worship and accept them as they are. There are rocking chairs in the sanctuary. Children are offered jobs appropriate to their skills. We try to include a variety of ways to experience God and always have a special time for children within the worship. They learn from the same scriptures as the adults.

Most Sundays they go to a class to hear the lesson in a developmentally appropriate format. However, on Fifth Sundays, we all stay together and engage the Word in family worship - all the generations together.


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Baptism PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kevin Ireland   
Monday, 25 August 2008 17:08

But if we have died with Christ, we believe that we will also live with him. (Romans 6:8)

baptismBaptism is a sacrament; a sign and a seal of the work of the Holy Spirit in our midst. Baptism is the mark of God’s eternal love for God’s children. The water is not magic. It gives the community an opportunity to re-enact Salvation history. From the Spirit brooding over water at creation (Genesis 1), to the salvation from the flood, (Genesis 9) to the liberation at the Red Sea (Exodus 14) God uses water to bless creation. Jesus was baptized in the Jordan river (Mark 1:9-11)) demonstrating his humanity. In our baptism we join in his death and resurrection (Romans 6:3-4) Baptism is the sign of belonging to the family of God through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Because Baptism is an act of the Holy Spirit, we baptize all ages, infant through the aged, realizing that none of us fully understands and we are all received by God’s grace alone.

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