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Welcome to the First Presbyterian Church of Champaign's Website. We are disciples of Jesus Christ, who worship our God, share love and friendship with one another, and are passionate about making a difference in our community and beyond. We believe that a church exists for ministry and mission as a fire exists for burning. Our Sunday morning worship times are 8 am and 9 am for Traditional Worship. The Gathering, our contemporary worship experience, meets at 10:30 am Sunday mornings.

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Posted on February 25, 2015

As you are probably are aware by now I’m about to leave the church for a while to have my second baby. This is obviously an exciting time for my family. We did not expect to have a second child so we truly feel we are blessed with a miracle.

Courageous Conversation: Racial Reconciliation and Justice

Posted on February 25, 2015

March 3, 2015
FPCC

6:30-7:00 Justice Fair (Westminster)
7:00-7:40 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Andre Johnson, Professor of Rhetoric and Religion & African American Studies, Memphis Theological Seminary (Sanctuary)
7:40-8:00 Question and Answer with Dr. Johnson (Sanctuary)
8:00-8:30 Justice Fair (Westminster)

Invited Justice Fair participants: Christian Justice and Mercy Network, Courtwatching, Education Justice Project, Independent Media Center, New Programs-Not Jails, Salt and Light, Citizens with Conviction, North End Breakfast Club, CU Citizens for Peace and Justice

Justice Fair will allow individuals interested in justice to get to know community groups already working toward reconciliation and justice in the CU area so they may see how they can become more involved.

Lent

Posted on February 19, 2015

Lent is a 40-day period of preparation for the joy of Easter when we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus rising from the dead. The word “Lent” comes from an Anglo-Saxon word meaning “lengthening,” since the days are growing longer. The 40 days recall the 40 days of testing that Jesus undergoes in the wilderness at the hands of Satan. Traditionally observing Lent means fasting, confession, and focusing on prayer, the reading of Scripture, and the making of spiritual resolutions.

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