Events

New Class Series - The Sunday morning class for adults and youth will begin discussing the book “He Said – I Am …and He Is” by Glenn C. Carlson on January 24.  The book deals with the seven times in the Gospel of John that Jesus asserts “I am ….” The reading assignments each week include sections of the . . .

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Christmas Joy Offering! - During the month of December every advent and Christmas season we have the opportunity give of our gifts to support retired church workers through the Board of Pensions and develop the skills of our ethnically and racially diverse future leaders at Presbyterian related schools and colleges including the Menaul School in Albuquerque.  I hope you will join us in giving generously to the Christmas Joy Offering this month.  . . .

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We are a Matthew 25 Church! - A Matthew 25 church is one that acts boldly and compassionately to serve people who are hungry, oppressed, imprisoned or poor. In particular, we have committed as a church to work in three areas: Building congregational vitality Dismantling structural racism Eradicating systemic poverty Find out more from the PC(USA) website here: https://pcusa.org/matthew25 . . .

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Help Replace Items Stolen from OTMCC / The SPOT - Thanks to The SPOT Youth Team, we’ve started a GoFundMe to replace the items that were stolen during the break-in at the Old Town Mission Community Center – Home of The SPOT. Click the link below to help us replace the sound and light equipment, the computer and projector, and other items so we can . . .

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Reverse Advent Calendar - You may have Christmas memories of opening a numbered door on an Advent calendar and receiving a gift—a piece of chocolate or a hard candy. When our girls were growing up, we would put out a 3-D Victorian Advent calendar, which we had received as a gift. Each day at dinner time, one of our . . .

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21-Day Racial Justice Challenge - The session invites you to join them in the 21-day racial justice challenge starting Sunday, November 1. Each day you will spend up to an hour learning about structural racism in our country and what we can do to help eliminate it. Starting November 8, we’ll have a discussion each Sunday after the worship service . . .

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Recognition from City and State in Honor of 150th Anniversary - Both the City of Las Vegas and the New Mexico State Legislature have issued resolutions in honor of the 150th anniversary of First United Presbyterian Church of Las Vegas NM. The City of Las Vegas resolution: The State of New Mexico resolution: . . .

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CROP Hunger Walk 2020 - CROP Hunger Walk 2020 is a design-your-own-walk. Walk, ride, bike, motor, skate, boat–choose your time, place and mode to do CROP Walk during October.  Be safe, have fun, and know that we help hungry people here and around the world as we walk and donate.  CROP Walk Virtual Kick-Off is Sat. Oct. 3, at 10 . . .

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Check Out Our New Front Yard! - The Landscaping Task Force has been busy planning for the last year and now we are seeing results! We have a new retaining wall, fantastic rock and a beautiful “river”. There’s more to come, including a new sign. Come by and take a look! . . .

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Beyond Walls — Traveling Yard Signs - Have you seen this sign around town? We are sharing our new logo and our website to let folks know that First United is continuing its ministry even during the pandemic. We are beyond the walls of our church building, and we are working to go beyond the walls that are dividing us in this . . .

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