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elcome to First Presbyterian Church Bellingham where we are actively seeking to love God, love others, and help others love God in Bellingham, Whatcom County, and beyond. We have chosen to stay in the same downtown location for over 125 years – close to the heart of the city and to the university. We are an inter-generational church that welcomes everyone, preaches the Word of God, loves Jesus, seeks the Holy Spirit, and desires to provide transformational ministry starting from birth through life’s end. There is something for everyone and we invite you to join us in the variety of opportunities offered to help you encounter and reflect the life changing presence of Christ.

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    “We Are Not Troubled Guests”

    Friday, November 14, 7pm – Presentation by Scott Erickson at FPC Overview of the event: This play is about that moment when pain calls your religious idealism into question. Our pain can be many things – tragedy, loss, brokenness. Scott’s was severe depression brought about by burnout. In that time, what he thought

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    Communion Training for Parents & Children

    Sunday, October 26, 3:30-5pm in the Fireside Room If you are interested in being part of this important communion training with Pastor Doug, please RSVP to Kerrie at kerrieb@fpcbellingham.org or 734-5510 x14. Please direct questions regarding the training content to Doug at dougb@fpcbellingham.org or 734-5510 x11.

First Presbyterian Church of Bellingham
First Presbyterian Church of BellinghamOctober 31st, 2014 at 11:11am
Weekly words- after a few weeks of missing them-
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First Presbyterian Church of BellinghamOctober 31st, 2014 at 3:51am
Kyle gives us a great picture of how we are called to read with suspicion- http://blog.fpcbellingham.org/10302014-reading-with-suspicion/
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First Presbyterian Church of Bellingham
First Presbyterian Church of BellinghamOctober 30th, 2014 at 2:31am
Jean offers us a new perspective on the harlot on the side of the road- she Tamar than we think- http://blog.fpcbellingham.org/nerves-of-steel/
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