First Presbyterian Church of Savannah Presents –

520 Washington Avenue in Ardsley Park

Foote Lecture Series

“Used, Very Good:
Claiming Our Presbyterian Call in This Culture”

Presented by Rev. Jill Duffield,
Editor of Presbyterian Outlook Magazine
Who cares about Presbyterians anymore?  In this culture of “nones” and “dones” what does the Presbyterian part of Christ’s body have to offer the world God loves?  Might God be doing a new thing through us?  Perhaps the church, like books, isn’t near death, but is instead on the cusp of a radical reinvention that will spread the Word in ways we never could have previously imagined.  We will explore how being “discarded from the collection” lets us loose into a world desperate for Good News so that one day God will declare us, “Used, very good.”
Saturday, January 30
6:00 p.m. Dinner in Stewart Hall  $7/person, reservations requested
7:00 p.m. “Discarded from the Collection:
Who Cares about Presbyterians Anymore?”
Sunday, January 31
11:00 a.m. Service for the Lord’s Day
Sermon: “Like New”
Jill Duffield, preaching
5:00 p.m. Program in the Sanctuary
“Used, Very Good: Claiming Our Call in This Culture”
6:00 p.m. Reception in the John Knox Room
The endowed series recalls the generosity of William Foote, whose bequest in 1862 largely paid for the construction of the sanctuary on Monterey Square.


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