Dear Christian member,
2 Corinthians 9:7
Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.
The Session in its monthly meeting on April 14, 2020, wanted to send a letter out to everyone to remind us to continue our tithing and offerings. Even though we are not meeting in house during this pandemic, church matters continue and our staff is continuing to do their part to keep the faith of this church alive and well.
We hope you have been able to join our online services each Sunday. Although we are unable to gather in the house of the Lord, the staff continues to bring you the message each week through, song, scripture, and sermon. There were also devotions and music inspirations provided each day during Holy Week. Even though we were not at church on Easter Sunday, the service and communion were very moving and so well done. Our own Mack Williams has been providing his time to add to the service with his musical talent. Thank you Mack.
Ron Tanner and James Cannon continue to keep our church running and trying their best to keep the facility clean and germ-free. They are giving our church a thorough cleaning from top to bottom.
Your contribution can be sent electronically through our online giving service, Vanco (https://tinyurl.com/fpcdanville), or you can also set up payment electronically through your bank with an automatic bank draft. Mailing your check in to the church is also still an option. There is a Donate button on our website https://fpcdanville.com/ that will take you to the online giving site. It is in the top right corner of the homepage.
If you click on the “f” it will take you to our church facebook page, where you will find the weekly service and all past services. Clicking on the white box with the black arrow will take you to the church youtube channel, where you can also find the same services.
We hope you will continue to support our church as you have in the past. Please join all of us in praying each morning at 9:30 to help our nation, state, county and city overcome this pandemic and that we will be able to worship in the house of the Lord again.
Yours in Christ,
The Session of First Presbyterian Church