First Presbyterian Baldwin

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Table Talk

[...] This past Sunday was our Music Sunday. It was also a communion service. We were led to the table by numerous [...]

Being Connected

[...] This past Sunday we welcomed Rev Mark Tammen to our pulpit. Mark is the newly appointed General Presbyter for [...]

Jacobs Wrestling Match

[...] . Not the average bible story! But it just happened to be the story behind our sermon this past Sunday, which can be found here. I like this story. It gives me hope. Because like many people (even ‘ [...]

Trinity Sunday

[...] Help us have the kind of faith that is more about living than theorizing!  We thank You for the love shown to us in Jesus and are thankful for the way Your Spirit continues to work His ways into Your [...]

Table Talk

[...] Your broken body, the red, red blood, The Cross of Calvary Oh Lord, my Lord, Such love shown here to me Jesus, Jesus, Crucified yet free. Lord, I can scarcely understand the love here [...]

Trinity Sunday

[...] As well as being Trinity Sunday, our Church here in Baldwin squeezed in Sunday School singers, recognizing graduates, [...]

Jacob’s Ladder

Whilst Jacob sleeps he dreams of a ladder reaching to the heavens.  A sermon reflecting on Jacobs experience can be found here. One of the phrases f [...]

Being Connected

[...] our concerns. As we do so we often find we are facing the same struggles and problems. Our Presbytery meetings, though sometimes beset by the tedium that any governing body experiences, can also be [...]

Jacobs Wrestling Match

Jacob met an angel by the river. They get into a fight and wrestle until dawn. Jacob walks away bruised but blessed. Not the average bible story! But [...]

Trinity Sunday

[...] even have mentioned Fathers Day somewhere in the mix. The sermon for the day spoke about transitional lenses! Want to know more? The sermon can be found here. Meanwhile, getting back to that Trinity [...]

Being Connected

[...] is the newly appointed General Presbyter for the Presbytery of Long Island and spoke at our Adult Forum about the challenges of being part of the larger church, which in our Presbyterian situation [...]

Being Connected

[...] consists of a local Presbytery, regional Synod and national General Assembly. Every denomination structures itself in different ways… and even those churches that claim to be independent often form [...]

Being Connected

[...] of being part of the larger church, which in our Presbyterian situation consists of a local Presbytery, regional Synod and national General Assembly. Every denomination structures itself in [...]

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Table Talk

[...] This past Sunday was our Music Sunday. It was also a communion service. We were led to the table by numerous [...]

Being Connected

[...] This past Sunday we welcomed Rev Mark Tammen to our pulpit. Mark is the newly appointed General Presbyter for [...]

Jacobs Wrestling Match

[...] . Not the average bible story! But it just happened to be the story behind our sermon this past Sunday, which can be found here. I like this story. It gives me hope. Because like many people (even ‘ [...]

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