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PFPC This Week

Mission Study Team Survey

Please complete the survey for the Mission Study Team to complete their work and move on to a Pastor Nominating Committee: link:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScBR04nJdst240EDjaCEz1wwWEeTyXhzrRTRZLNZbvhmrfGng/viewform?usp=sf_link To download the PDF document go to: This Week’s Worship Page This Week’s Worship — Providence Forge Presbyterian Church (pfpc.org)

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Covid Update July 30, 2021

Good Friday afternoon, PFPC family and friends. Many of you will be aware that our Vacation Bible School was this past week. After a great start, our VBS director received the news on Tuesday that one of the parents (who had not been in our building) had tested positive for Covid. Masks were required for Tuesday […]

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PFPC Picnic Sunday, August 8

11AM Worship Service, Noon-2:30PM Picnic Paul & Marian Davis’ House, Bring a dish to share and join in for some summer fun, and fellowship. Fried chicken served. Swimming, volleyball, Basketball, cornhole. Bring towel, swimsuit, sunscreen, lawn chair, children’s life vest

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Baseball at the Diamond

Baseball at the Diamond – Sun. September 12, 5:05pm.  PFPC Fellowship Committee invites you to come on out for a night of family fun as the Richmond Flying Squirrels take on the Akron RubberDucks! We have 30 reserved seats in Section 110, behind home plate – tickets $11.00 each. Sign up at  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040c4bacac2daaf85-baseball Payment collected, August. Deadline to […]

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2021 Stewardship Letter

Providence Forge Presbyterian Church November 9, 2020 2021 Stewardship Luke 6:38 Give, and it will be given to you. In good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, it will be put into your lap. For with the measure you use it will be measured back to you. Dear members and friends of PFPC; 2020 […]

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REOPENING PLAN FOR PROVIDENCE FORGE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH On Sunday, September 20th the PFPC sanctuary is slated to reopen to in-person worship services.  While Session has worked diligently to plan for this reopening, it is important to remember that many variables exist outside of Session’s control, including mandates from federal, state, and local health officials, which […]

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