Ann McPhee shares her thanks to the volunteers from First Christian Church for their work at El Caldito. We served 178 plus 25 seconds yesterday. I think that’s what the guard shared with me. We also had a Telemundo reporter
The following is something I have been carrying around with me for years and from time to time I have dusted it off and shared it with different congregations. I think this helps us keep in perspective what “church” is
The summer solstice is behind us and the dog days of summer are ahead of us. The congregational meeting was well attended. Those in attendance heard Rev. Donna talk about church size and challenge us to decide what size church
Part of my job as interim minister during your transition is getting to know you individually and as a congregation. Each congregation has its own unique personality and style, gifts, and desires. This transitional period allows you to take a
Ryan Hill of KFOX interviewed church member and past president Jack LeSage about the refugee host family program on Wednesday. In case you missed it, visit the KFOX website or watch it below.
The recent SO WHO request for assistance was met with love and support. Over $800.00 was raised in a special offering on Sunday, June 24th, in response to the following appeal from Kimberly York. I am reaching out to ask
As First Christian Church in Las Cruces journeys on its path from “who we were” to “who we want to be”, we want to hear from you about what you value about First Christian Church and about what you hope
Rev. Donna Cavedon will be presenting a 12-week sermon series, beginning on Father’s Day and continuing until Labor Day, inspired by Karen Armstrong’s book, Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life. The 12 steps that will be covered over the 12
Please join us on Pentecost Sunday, the 20th of May. New members will be joining us on this day. And we celebrate. You may not know that the color red is the traditional liturgical color for this day, depicting the
As I write this, I have been in Las Cruces and at First Christian Church just less than six weeks. And these have been very packed and varied weeks as I try to get to know you and this city.