by Chris Bunt
Over the last several decades, studies have shown a decline in Americans’ knowledge of the Bible as well as general awareness of religious history. More and more, Americans lack an understanding of what we as Christians believe and how the Bible influences our culture.
Presbyterians have always yearned to be at the forefront of education. FPC wants to challenge all of our members and visitors, adults and children alike, to find a Sunday School class where
they feel at home and look forward to learning about our shared faith. We also want our Sunday School attendance to grow because these classes enable us to form bonds with people we might not otherwise get to know.
With that in mind, FPC would like to encourage you to attend Rally Day Sunday on August 21. This year will be a little different from years past. We will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Well where our youth meet. From there we will proceed to Fellowship Hall and
from there all will be invited to visit the various Sunday School classrooms to see what each class has been studying, what is in the works for their study this fall, and most importantly to sample the breakfast items each class will be providing. Parents, grandparents, and all who are interested will also have an opportunity to visit the children’s Sunday School classes to see the great things going on in the children’s wing.
Please join us and make this Rally Day our best ever.