• Bob MacIntyre Memorial

    Our dear friend and brother in Christ Bob MacIntyre collapsed and died very suddenly while running an errand with Marjene this past Saturday.  The memorial service will be held this Friday (Aug. 17) at 2:00 PM here at First Presbyterian Church of Bandon (592 Edison Ave SW).  If you are...

  • Gary Brink Memorial

    Our dear brother in Christ Gary Brink unexpectedly moved from this life to Life Eternal on Sat. January 27, 2018.  We will celebrate his life of Christian love and service on Saturday February 3 at 4:00 PM at First Presbyterian Church of Bandon (592 Edison Ave SW).  A meal and...

  • December 24: Jesus

    Luke 2.1 – 20 Where around you has the heavenly touched down and come into being? It is there you will find Christmas. It is there you shall no longer wait. It is to that place that light comes in the darkness and the darkness cannot overcome it.  (post your comments...

  • December 23: Nativity

    Luke 2.1 – 20 Finally gathered all together are Joseph and Mary and all the animals of the manger. The angels will proclaim to shepherds and the wisemen are on their way. All is ready, they wait in hope for the nativity to be complete. Where have you found moments...

  • December 22: Manger

    Luke 2.1 – 20 A manger is a trough used to feed livestock. Mary and Joseph created a crib for Jesus out of a manger and in so doing they prepared a place for hope and love to rest. Where have you prepared a space for hope and love to...

  • December 21: Candle

    John 1.5 | Isaiah 9.2 | Isaiah 35.1 – 10 Longest Night is observed by many congregations in recognition that Christmas can also be a time of grief for many whose lives do not reflect the common depictions of a family gathered round in harmony. On this longest night of...

  • December 20: Sheep

    Luke 2.8 – 20 The shepherds are watching their flock by night and must bring the sheep with them to the manger. What are the practicalities of your life that come with you as you seek the sacred? (post your comments below or on our facebook page @bandonpresbyterian) “The cattle are...

  • December 19: Shepherds

    Luke 2.8 – 20 When the angels appear to the shepherds, the shepherds go saying, “Let us go now to Bethlehem and see this thing that has taken place, which the Lord has made known to us.” Likewise, who can you count on to be there to celebrate? (post your...

  • December 18: Dove

    Genesis 8.11 | Isaiah 52.7-10 | Isaiah 11.1-10 | Matthew 3.16 A dove is often seen as an image of peace, both from the story of Noah and the Flood, and Christ’s baptism. Jesus is often called the Prince of Peace. Where do you find peace? (post your comments below or...

  • December 17: Heavenly Hosts

    Luke 2.8 – 14 A multitude of heavenly hosts, or angels, proclaim Jesus’s birth with exaltations and singing ‘Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace!’ What do you find glorious? (post your comments below or on our facebook page @bandonpresbyterian) “Hark the herald angels sing, Glory to...