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Five core values have consistently characterized the faith and witness of the First Presbyterian Church of Clarkston across its generations. We recognize in these the heartbeat of this congregation, and commit to using them to direct our decisions and actions for the church’s ministry.

What We Value:
Prayer - Scripture - Relationships - Children and Youth - The Community

What We Want to Value More:
Worship - Sharing Our Faith - The World

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“God’s Peace”

Philippians 4:6-7

Josh Bruns

  • Myrtle DeTray’s address:
    Peace of Mind Home, 14227 - 117th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98034 Phone - 1.425.576.5184
  • Crusaders Swim Party
    Wednesday, August 24, 1-3 p.m. at the Briney's in Clarkston. Bring your friends, towel, sunscreen and meet everyone for swimming, snacks and fun!!!  Everyone needs to bring a permission slip for the swimming activity. You can print a waiver at: Click here 
  • Church Library's
    free outdated book give-away, Aug. 21 - 28 in the Narthex.
  • Family & Fellowship:
    1. Family & Fellowship has been hard at work planning and planning. Get ready and mark your calendars. Starting Wed., Sept. 14 and then for the next 5 Wednesdays 'Soup & Bread' nights are back. Of course Pastor Dave is tagging on to provide you with awesome info. If you would like to provide '''SOUP''' be sure to sign up (Look for the colorful poster provided by your awesome Elder in charge)
    2. Be a 'Heavenly Helper' - sign up to serve coffee and stuff after services.
    3. Coming your way a 'Cookie Cupboard'! What you say is that? It will be a cupboard stocked with cookies for the sole purpose of using them for coffee hours.
    4. Need a simple way to provide your 'talents'? Sign up to be a kitchen boss for a month. Ask Robin for more details.
    5. Family & Fellowship ministry planning meetings first Tues. of the month at 5 p.m. Next one is Sept. 6. .
  • Mark your calendars
    Soup & Bread & a class from Dave' starting Sept. 14th and runs for six weeks