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Everyone is welcome to join us this Wednesday, March 1st at 7:00 p.m. in our sanctuary as we begin the Lenten Season with Worship, Communion,
and the Imposition of Ashes. 

Lenten Wednesday Series
Fort King invites everyone to our Lenten Wednesday Sessions. We will provide a light lunch at noon in the Fellowship Hall followed by a guest speaker who will share their denomination’s traditions surrounding Lent. Each speaker will also share their personal feelings about Lent and its impact on their ministry and life. Below are the scheduled speakers and their church affiliation:

March 8:
   Rev. Anna Figueiro
   St. Matthews Lutheran Church

March 15:
   Rev. Dr. Cindy Benz
First Presbyterian Church

March 22:
   Father Michael O’Keefe
Blessed Trinity

March 29:
   Rev. Terry Harper
   First Christian Church

April 5:
   Rev. Sue Corley
   St. Mark’s United Methodist

Please come and join us each Wednesday, March 8th - April 5th.





Presbyterians trace their history to the 16th century and the Protestant Reformation. Our heritage, and much of what we believe, began with the French lawyer John Calvin (1509-1564), whose writings crystallized much of the Reformed thinking that came before him.

Calvin did much of his writing from Geneva, Switzerland. From there, the Reformed movement spread to other parts of Europe and the British Isles. Many of the early Presbyterians in America came from England, Scotland and Ireland. The first American Presbytery was organized at Philadelphia in 1706. The first General Assembly was held in the same city in 1789. The first Assembly was convened by the Rev. John Witherspoon, the only minister to sign the Declaration of Independence.

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