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Virtual Worship and Connection

Join us online with First Presbyterian Church of Albuquerque for our live-stream worship service, Sunday November 1st at 9:00am

In honor of All Saints' Day, this worship service will also include a reading of the FPC members who have passed on to Life Eternal.

Click here to watch - When you click the link, look for the "LIVE NOW" video that will be highlighted in red on our YouTube channel. Click on this video to watch. Alternatively, if you follow us on Facebook, simply visit our First Presbyterian Church of Albuquerque home page and look for the "LIVE NOW" video feed. Click to watch.

Click here to download the FPC Worship Bulletin.

The Pastoral Staff of FPC will continue to post our Live-Stream Worship Services to Facebook, YouTube, and the church website at 9:00am every Sunday. You can view these live services at the direct link above, or later in the day by visiting First Presbyterian Church of Albuquerque’s Facebook and YouTube pages. We hope that you will share in this live worship with us and the Albuquerque community.

DO YOU NEED HELP VIEWING THE LIVE-STREAM?

If you need assistance viewing our Live-Stream worship service, please contact the Church Office as soon as possible. We will be more than happy to help you navigate our platforms and partake in worship at First Presbyterian Church.


Joint Live-Stream Worship - November 1st at 10:00am

Join your siblings from around the Presbytery of Santa Fe in worship on Sunday morning via Live Stream. 
A recording will be available on YouTube after the service. 

Click here to join the Presbytery of Santa Fe Live-Stream
  
Click to download the Worship bulletin

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Prayers of the People November 1, 2020

Prayers for  Healing and Wholeness: Healing for Domi, a special young lady attending NMSU and has tested positive for Covid; Pray for Belinda’s family who all have Covid; Pray for all who are being effected by Covid-19 infections, and for all health care providers and others who are on the front line in this pandemic; Continuing prayers for healing mercies for Ramona and Robert; Continued prayers for S. as we live with his cancer; Please say a prayer for Nancy as she starts her chemotherapy on Monday - we hope for mostly good days and that she knows God is with her. Thank you; for my friend Theresa as she goes through chemo.

Prayers for Comfort and Peace: For our friends Nancy and Jim Johnson who used to belong to our church, who have been evacuated from their only home in Estes Park; Pray the snow helps with the wildfires in Colorado; Praying the prediction of moisture comes true; For Steve and Linda Lambert, former members of our church, who have been evacuated twice from their home near Estes Park - this past week they were evacuated from the motel in Loveland; Prayers for Joe, his business and staff and customers; For Dorothy, her business and customers – and all business affected by COVID-19

Prayers for Safety: For my niece's husband who is in India; for our son Robert Burger and wife Alyssa who are expecting their first child, due date is Wednesday, October 28th.

Prayers of Thanksgiving: A personal word of thanks for the MANY cards sent to Yared for his birthday, it made his 13th in isolation so much better. We are grateful for the outpouring of love from this community; Blessed rain in Virginia, I wish I could share; Thanks be to God for abundant harvests; for today’s worship – for all who make it possible and for the wonderful sermon; To God be the glory, Amen; Prayer of thanksgiving that niece Audrey is home and responded to the family's messages to her during her time in the care center – continued prayers for her healing; Prayer of joy for Stephanie and Brian as they await the birth of their son; Thank you all for uplifting and supporting all of us; Great sermon, we will go with the light and be reformed; Praise God for this platform to meet as we shelter at home. 

Prayers for Those who Grieve: Please pray for comfort for our dear friend Don Quillen (Sun City, FL) whose wife Nanci went home to be with the Lord last evening. Pray for Terry Seaton, his brothers, and family as they mourn the loss of their mother, Edith Seaton. She served for many years with husband Dr. Ronald Seaton, as a Presbyterian medical missionary in India.

Prayers for Our Military: For our church family’s loved ones serving in the Middle East and elsewhere:  Dion Greg Chilson/Iraq; Joe Walz/Salt Lake City, UT (cousin of Barbara Albin); Jerett Gibson (Bob Custer’s godson)/Arab Emirates; though not military; Gus MacLeod; Max Forester/Afghanistan (friend of the Seillers); for all our military. Pray for those deploying and their families.