An article about FPC Guymon in Presbyterians Today magazine (Spring 2013):
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Video from our Brazilian friends:
2011 Summer Soccer Skills Clinic! May 27-June 6 we hosted a mission team from our sister congregation Igreja Presbiteriana Missional do Buritis, Brazil who helped us with a summer outreach to Guymon’s international community by hosting a soccer skills camp May 31-June 4.
Some of the outreach programs we support include:
The LOGOS program is a shared children's ministry of FPC and First Christian Church. Since 1998 more than 60 neighborhood
children have come to FPC each week for recreation, bible study, instruction in worship skills and a home-cooked family-style meal. You can CONNECT by being a table parent, working with the kitchen crew, teaching a class, bringing your musical gifts, or playing games.
Loaves and Fishes
This local food pantry is supported by annual financial contributions as well as monthly food donations. You can CONNECT by serving when we stock shelves and distribute groceries throughout the year
Oaks of Mamrehttp://oaksofmamre.com/
Homeless shelter and life transition assistance. You can CONNECT by helping to prepare a monthly meal for residents.
Igreja Presbiteriana Missional do Buritishttp://ipmissional.blogspot.com/ in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. You can CONNECT by hosting members of our sister congregation in your home when they come to America to help us with our outreach to Guymon’s international community; or you can TRAVEL to visit our friends in Brazil for work and worship.
Love Never Fails Ministrieshttp://www.loveneverfailsministries.com/ This project sponsors an orphanage for more than 700 children in Uganda. You can CONNECT by providing funds, school supplies or traveling with a mission team to serve.
Solar Under the Sunhttp://solarunderthesun.org/ This project of Synod of the Sun provides solar power to communities in great need. You can CONNECT by providing funds, by attending Solar School to learn how to build and install the solar power unit, or by traveling with a mission team to install the units in communities around the world.