First Presbyterian Church of Littleton

First Presbyterian Church of Littleton. 1609 W Littleton Blvd, Littleton, CO 80120. Traditional Worship + Meaningful Relationships + Alive Faith.

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New Sermon Series:  12 Pillars In God’s Temple:  Virtues for Spiritual Growth

New Sermon Series: 12 Pillars In God’s Temple: Virtues for Spiritual Growth

Jan 29, 2023 | No Comments

First Presbyterian of Church of Littleton Invites you to join us for a vital sermon series: 12 Pillars In God’s Temple:  Virtues of Spiritual Growth Starting Sunday, February 5, 2023  10:00 a.m.

An Adult & Children’s Combined Sunday School – Beginning February 5th

An Adult & Children’s Combined Sunday School – Beginning February 5th

Jan 23, 2023 | No Comments

An Adult & Children’s Combined Sunday School 8:45 – 9:45 Sunday Mornings Watch The Chosen TV series and join in the discussion. Pastors Bill and Blakeley will be offering a before Worship Sunday School class for the whole family and church! The class will consist of watching and a time of discussion and sharing about […]

Interested in Joining FPCL or Learning More About Us?

Interested in Joining FPCL or Learning More About Us?

Jan 23, 2023 | No Comments

Join in the fun of getting to know more about the church and meeting new friends on Saturday, February 11, 2023 here at the church. WHO: Anyone interested in learning more about us and making new friends! WHEN: Saturday, February 11 TIME: 1:00pm to 4:00pm Please RSVP to Elinor at 303-798-1389 ext 1

All Church Retreat – January 6, 7 & 8

All Church Retreat – January 6, 7 & 8

Dec 26, 2022 | No Comments

7 Practices of Effective Ministry Friday: 6pm-9pm Saturday: 9am-4pm Sunday: 12pm-4pm The Goal:  To teach and engage the Leadership of FPCL in learning and applying the 7 Practices as shared in The 7 Practices of Effective Ministry, by Andy Stanley, Reggie Joiner and Lane Jones

The Scottish Tradition of Kirkin o’ the Tartans

The Scottish Tradition of Kirkin o’ the Tartans

Nov 21, 2022 | No Comments

The Presbyterian Church is steeped in Scottish tradition as it was developed in the 16th century by John Knox. “Kirk” is the Scottish word for “church.” Tartans, with their distinctive plaid, represent specific Scottish clans, regions, or regiments.  The “Kirkin’ O’ The Tartans” is the presentation of a Scottish family’s symbol, its tartan, at church […]

FPCL is Squeaky Clean!

FPCL is Squeaky Clean!

Oct 30, 2022 | No Comments

On Saturday, November 19th, FPCL members gathered bright and early to put a little “spit and polish” to the building and grounds!  We dusted, we vacuumed, we steam-cleaned, we painted, we changed out light bulbs, we even cleaned windows!  Thanks to Matthew Dailey and the Properties Team for making this day happen.       […]

New Women’s Tuesday evening bible study

New Women’s Tuesday evening bible study

Sep 18, 2022 | No Comments

JOIN US! Women’s Tuesday evening bible study: Looking for Lovely: Collecting the Moments that Matter- DVD study In-person or Zoom  When: Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022– Nov. 1 (7 weeks), 7:00-8:15pm Where: In-person– FPCL, 4th floor OR Zoom from home (Zoom link will be sent to participants) What:  DVD study:  Looking for Lovely- by Annie Downs […]

Special Adult Education Opportunity Sunday, August 28, 9:00-9:45am

Special Adult Education Opportunity Sunday, August 28, 9:00-9:45am

Aug 21, 2022 | No Comments

Kingdom Worker John Altemus, will be at FPCL on August 28 to share his experiences in Southeast Asia. Please come down to Ficklin Hall at 9am to hear John’s stories and testimony of spreading of God’s word. He will share about his mission and answer your questions. How is God at work in our world? […]

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