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PLEASE NOTE: COVID-19 Status
Our church buildings are
temporarily closed to the public through at least end July;
however, we are here for you and with you. Please send your emails or call us. The staff is still working!
Our worship service begins at
11:00 AM, which is the
6th Sunday after Pentecost
(bulletin link here)
We'd like to welcome our own
Lydia Tembo Lohr to the pulpit!
The sermon is
We will continue to keep to you updated, and will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
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Session has taken a stand with a
Statement in Support of the
Undocumented. (click here)
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We're now accepting donations online in partnership with the Presbyterian Foundation. Please click link above.
Ways to donate:
1.Use Zelle to make payments:
2.Make checks payable to
First Presbyterian Church
of Forest Hills and mail
check to the church office
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Forest Hills Presbyterian Church deplores the death of those unjustly killed by police officers, particularly Black citizens such as George Floyd. For far too long, Black people, along with other people of color, have been subjected to a racist and systemic brutality by law enforcement. We have seen with our own eyes how police in several instances have used excessive force against people of color, even to the point of death. This cannot continue.
As believers in the God who loves us all, and has made us all in God's divine image, of every race and creed, we call for justice, and an end to this brutality. We call for a reform of a judicial system which allows such brutality to exist, and is slanted against the rights of those who are not white. We stand in solidarity with those standing against this oppression, and call on our elected officials and police leadership to end it.
We affirm that God's peace is for all humanity, and that all are called to be tolerant and respectful, especially those who serve. Violent actions are the result of seeing others as somehow being less than ourselves. We remember the words of Jesus: "Do unto others that which you would have them do unto you." This is the basis for justice and peace.
We pray for an end to violence, and we work for a world where all are treated with respect, care and concern. We join our voices with all those who are united in this quest, and welcome all people of peace to this great work.
Our worship service has moved online! Click here to join us live or to view previously recorded services.
We're grateful for these friends who are partners in our ministries. (click on the images below to learn more about them)
There are so many ways to share your time, talent and treasures. Explore the website to uncover the ways you can give today!
Zoom discussions continue
on Tuesday evening at
7:00 PM as we continue to discuss Faith and Doubt.
Call or email for the Zoom ID.