FPCL’s 2018 Soup and Chili cook off competition was a big hit once again this year. Congregants and guests broke out their secret recipes, stayed up past midnight simmering their creations, and entered 6 different types of chili and 4 different soups into our competition. Two groups of completely impartial judges had the inevitable […]
A giant snow hill, (yes, giant) 7 youth, 6 adults and an afternoon in beautiful sunny Colorado makes for a great way to spend a Sunday! The weather was perfect, and the hill was snowy. We made the excursion on January 14 after church and spent the afternoon having a great time together. Check out […]
The January Community Dinner was a huge success. Pasta with sauce, sausage and meatballs was served with a wonderful tossed green salad full of veggies and an amazing homemade salad dressing. Along with that was garlic bread, fresh fruit and dessert platters filled with cookies, brownies and homemade lemon bars. We fed 67 guests from […]
If you are in interested in finding out about making this church your home, please call Elinor, our Office Administrator (303-798-1389), or email her at email@example.com. Interest classes will be held on Sundays, February 18 & 25 from noon to 2:00p.m. In Ayers Parlor (across the hall from the Sanctuary), with lunch included.
You’re Invited to a Workshop for Loss & Grief Six Monday Evenings, Feb. 12 – Mar. 19 u 6:30-8:00 PM In the Library of First Presbyterian Church of Littleton Limited to 8 participants. No fee for workshop. Facilitator: Jaynie Muggli, MA, LPC with Pastor Carol Parsons, MDiv. Anyone who breathes has experienced loss and grief. […]
Two Minutes of Pandemonium Our little church on the hill, First Presbyterian Church of Littleton is historic, beautiful and very traditional. We begin every service with a call to worship and a prayer of confession. With each moment the tension and anticipation builds. Yet we will slip in a song or two. Then when we […]
Life Center is located on Datura Street and maintains a local food bank. This is their vision. “Transforming Communities. We live this out by investing in one life at a time, by sharing the hope and love of Christ while meeting immediate needs and providing long-term solutions to empower people to live the life that God has for them.” […]
It was 12 degrees outside on the evening of December 26th … but that didn’t keep folks away from FPCL’s December Community Dinner. 27 guests joined us this month with many new faces- including a group of Veteran’s who sat together and reminisced The evening’s menu consisted of Stuffing Casserole with Turkey and Sausage served […]
Advent, a time for preparation, a time for searching, for expecting Jesus to come into our midst, Emmanuel “God with us.” This year we tried something different for our church, and reached into the depths of creativity bringing forth an incredible worship space for Children and Youth. Thanks to beautiful coloring posters created by Illustrated […]
Kids from age 2 1/2 to 13 gathered following the Friday afternoon Sing Along on December 15 to decorate (and eat!!) sugar cookies, play fun “Minute to Win It” games and create beautiful artwork! Thank you to our volunteers for providing this gift of time to their parents during this busy holiday season!