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Cathy Johnson, Interim Pastor

Robert Henthorne, Choir Director


Pastor Lynne McQuown

NOV Calendar and Newsletter

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Services are held in the main Church:


  • Sunday Morning Services are at 10:30 AM

  • Sunday School for youth will be held during church services.​

  • Communion is held on Easter Sunday and the first Sunday of each month.

  • Nursery is available during church services.

Current Events

  • 100 Women Who Care - Jonesville Chapter - 2nd Monday in January, April, July and October at 6:15 p.m.

  • Take a Break Tuesday -  Second Tuesday of each month, 1:00 p.m.

  • Bible Study-Wed at 10:30am

  • Grief Recovery Group-1:15pm

  • Faith in Fitness..Thurs. noon to 1pm Hillsdale College

  • Knit Wits - 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.  

  • Pub Theology - TBD

  • Adult Choir - Rehearsals every Wednesday 6pm 

  • Songwriters: First Monday of each month

  • Young at Heart - TBA

  • Grounded in Grace Coffee House..W,Th,Fr from 9am to 1pm

Come Join Our Choir!

World Communion Lessons

Young Adults 

Sat.,Nov. 2nd at 7pm
Hillsdale Brewing Co.

This is a new group forming  through JFPC. You do not have to be a member of the church to participate. Be a part of their inaugural gathering.


     Many of us have recently come to the conclusion that we could be taking better care of our “temples of God” (bodies).  In other words, we know we’re out of shape and we want to do something about it.  Whether you want to shed a few pounds, build up endurance prior to a big trip, or just make exercising more meaningful and fun, you are invited to join us as we walk and pray for our community – growing both a physical and spiritual discipline.

     This is open to all regardless of ability.  We’ll start slow and short for those who are beginners and work our way up in endurance and strength.  We’ll meet THURSDAYS AT NOON at the Hillsdale College BIERMANN ATHLETIC CENTER TRACK beginning on August 15th.  Bring your walking shoes!

1st Sunday of the month

Communion Sunday


Grief Group Our congregation has suffered significant losses in the past couple of years.  Many in our midst are grieving – the loss of loved ones, jobs, relationships, health.  If you are in grief, (over anything), you are invited to JFPC’s Grief Group.  We have no curriculum, no agenda, no purpose other than to listen, to support each other, and to offer a safe place to grieve openly. We will meet Wednesdays at 1:15pm.  (Come earlier for a crêpe and coffee

Back by popular demand – Wednesday 10:30 am Bible Study begins May 8. In May and June we will be journeying through the book of Genesis.  All are welcome 

The Fellowship and Out-
reach Committee has been

working on a new church

directory. At this time, ad-
ditional information is

needed before publication
can begin. All adults/
parents are being asked to

complete a directory infor-
mation form. The name

and date of birth for any

dependent children can be
added to one of the parent's

form. If you have not com-
pleted a directory form,

please do so as soon as pos-
sible and return the com-
pleted form to Vicky Arno.

Forms will be available in
the Fellowship Room.
Thank you for assisting us
with this project.


Nov. calendar of                   events


4 Songwriter's GiG Nancy Honeytree 7:00pm pm

6  Bible Study  10:30am, Grief Group                  1:15pm

7  Faith and Fitness noon

8  Sewing with Purpose at GIG

12Take a Break 1:00pm

13 Bible Study  10:30 am, Grief      Recovery 1:15 pm

14  Faith and Fitness noon

15  Sewing with Purpose at GIG

20 Bible Study 10:30 am,  Grief Group         1:15pm

21  Faith and Fitness noon

22  Sewing with Purpose at GIG

27 Bible Study 10:30am, Grief Group           1:15pm

28  Thanksgiving


Memorial Garden

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Made to order savory and dessert crepes.  We make our  own fillings and use fresh ingredients.  By donation.  Proceeds are used for outreach to support local non profits.

Grounded in Grace
Coffee House

We are open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM!


We are now serving crepes each day!


Located in the Church Fellowship Room - enter through the back door


Coffee and Tea (Keurig) for a suggested donation


All are welcome – bring a friend or neighbor; meet a new friend or neighbor!


This ministry of hospitality began with a desire to provide a Christian environment, in which people can congregate, to develop relationships leading to greater self and interpersonal relationships with each other and God.  10% of the proceeds each month will be given to local, non-proift and service organizations such as Hope House, Community Action Agency, Domestic Harmony, Youth trips, or a food pantry.



Leigh and Jason Raddatz

Pastor Lynne McQuown and family

Bill and Kathy Adams

Grounded in Grace Coffee House

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The Mick Sisters

Sharon and Scott Dow

Kathi and Ron Boyle

Mary and Tim Skupinski

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Each of you has been blessed with one of God’s many wonderful gifts to be used in the service of others. So
use your gift well. – 1 Peter 4:10 (CEV)
It’s November! That means “Stewardship Month.” Traditionally, that means it’s time to talk about money.
At Jonesville First Presbyterian Church, it means that it’s time to talk about giving – of our time, talents, and

yes, also money. It’s a time to reflect upon priorities – in our lives, in our scheduling, in our church program-
ing, and in our budgets.

In today’s world it’s easy to get so distracted by the busy-ness of living that we can overlook what our habits,
spending, attitudes, and schedules say about what matters most to us. I once heard a pastor say, “Show me

your checkbook and I’ll tell you where your heart is.” I don’t think that’s necessarily true anymore with to-
day’s costs of living and many of us not having a discretionary income, but his point is well taken. What do

we prioritize with our resources? What difference does sharing what we have (whether time, or passions, or
financial resources) make in our lives and in the lives of others?
This November we’ll be hearing from different church members each week in worship who will share with
us the ways and the reasons they give – of their time, of their gifts, of their resources, and of their finances.
We’ll be asking members to prayerfully consider how and what they would like to gift to the church in the
upcoming year, and we’ll craft our 2020 budget accordingly. We’ll receive financial pledges on the first
Sunday in Advent, December 1.
As we consider what “Stewardship” means to each of us, I invite you to reflect on the many ministries and
programs JFPC offers, and which are important to you. Maybe you value the coffee house and the outreach
that happens there. Or perhaps you enjoy the beautiful flowers and the memorial garden on JFPC’s property.
You might find you value our worship services with vibrant music and challenging messages. Your children
might benefit from our Sunday School, VBS, and Youth programs. Or perhaps fellowship or educational
opportunities are more your thing. All of these need resources, people, and funding to continue to grow.
As you ponder what gifts God has blessed you with, we invite you to prayerfully consider how those gifts
may be used in the service of others here at JFPC.