Zoom Hub

In this season of meeting in alternate ways, First Presbyterian Church will use Zoom to host some of our meetings, prayer groups, study groups, and worship services. This page will serve as the hub for all things Zoom.

 

You should be able to join by clicking on the links listed below on a computer, a cell phone, or a tablet.
Make sure your sound is up, and your camera is enabled.
Expect that there might be some technical issues when you join, but we will do our best to help you figure it out!

 

Trouble-shooting Page for Zoom users:

https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/sections/200305593-Troubleshooting

 

Want to test your computer for Zoom?  https://zoom.us/test

 

A helpful video that guides first time Zoom-ers can be viewed at the following link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9isp3qPeQ0E

FPC-Lincoln: Zoom Hub


  • Worship-10 a.m. Sunday

    Please use the links below to join us on Facebook or YouTube for worship at 10 a.m. We will not meet in person for worship until further notice. You can access worship in the following ways:

    Or you may listen in by Zoom

    Join Zoom Meeting

    https://zoom.us/j/551983428?pwd=UjQrTjZEendEWEpBSWtlQW9rNWxYdz09

     

    Meeting ID: 551 983 428

    Password: 226217

     

    If you do not wish to participate with video on Zoom, you can call in using the following number:

    Dial: 13126266799,,

    Enter Meeting ID: #551983428

     

    Please note that when you call into Zoom your audio will be muted. For safe measure, please mute your device if possible, as well.


    Click here for: Sunday, August 16, Bulletin

  • Tuesday Tea @ 2 p.m. Zoom Hub

    From the comfort of your favorite chair or on a park bench, Zoom in and have a cup of tea, coffee, or your favorite beverage on Tuesdays. The information for Zoom is:

     

    Join Zoom Meeting

    https://zoom.us/j/667372055?pwd=U2l6RUp1ODFjQXc3N0ZvSGx2UEtvUT09

     

    Meeting ID: 667 372 055

    Password: 094684

     

    One tap mobile

    Dial in: 13126266799

    Enter Meeting ID: #667372055

  • Kirk Night - Wednesday, 7 P.M.

    No Kirk Night During the month of June

    Here is the Zoom information for Kirk Night:

     

    Join Zoom Meeting

    https://zoom.us/j/3779437492?pwd=QUQxRlBZcTlPM1k5WEEyRmxReEZidz09


    Meeting ID: 377 943 7492

    Password: 03191985

     

    By landline, you call: 13126266799

    Enter meeting id: #3779437492 (if it asks for participant id, hit #)

  • Racism Book Study

    Wednesday Afternoon & Evening

    What can we do about the sin of racism? One of the young people who spoke at a recent rally invited white people to educate ourselves about this pandemic. Listening to the stories of some of those speakers and other siblings of color has compelled our Session to be intentional about better understanding racism and how we can eradicate it from the different systems in which we exist. We have decided to read, study, and discuss the book, White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White Christians to Talk About Racism, by Dr. Robin Diangelo. We will not be studying this book alone. I will be leading the discussions with the Rev. Laurie Hill, pastor of the St. John UCC. Together, our churches are making a bold statement by declaring that racism is a sin in which we no longer want to participate.
    Laurie and I will offer two discussions every Wednesday for 8 weeks. The schedule is as follows:

    • July 1—1:30 pm @ St. John UCC & 7:00 pm on Zoom—Intro to the book and welcome from Laurie and Adam
    • July 8—1:30 pm @ First Presbyterian Church of Lincoln [Adam leading discussion] & 7:00 pm on Zoom we will discuss chapters 1 & 2
    • July 15—1:30pm @ St. John UCC [Laurie leading] & 7:00 pm on Zoom we will discuss chapters 3 & 4
    • July 22—7:00 pm on Zoom [Adam leading] we will discuss chapters 5-6
    • July 29—1:30 pm @ St. John UCC [Laurie leading] & 7:00 pm on Zoom [Adam leading] we will discuss chapter 7 & 8
    • August 5—1:30 pm @ St. John UCC [Laurie leading] & 7:00 pm on Zoom [Adam leading] we will discuss chapters 9 & 10
    • August 12— 1:30 pm @ St. John UCC [Laurie leading] & 7:00 pm on Zoom [Adam leading] we will discuss chapters 11 & 12
    • August 19— 1:30 pm @ St. John UCC [Laurie leading] & 7:00 pm on Zoom Laurie and Adam will conclude our education on racism with a conversation that asks, "What now?"

    ***St. John UCC, as well as FPC Lincoln, are strictly following the guidelines religious institutions must follow during COVID-19.


    Join Zoom Meeting


    https://zoom.us/j/95994774916?pwd=ZThFbTZQNndpMWR0WjBoNS90UVM2dz09



    Meeting ID: 959 9477 4916
    Password: 513617
    One tap mobile
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additional resources during "Shelter In Place"

Pastoral Support

Adam is available! Leave a message for him at the office 217-732-6141 or email Adam at pastor@preslincoln.org.
For time-sensitive pastoral needs contact him using the contact information in the church bulletin.

 

Adam will reserve in person meetings for emergent pastoral needs.

 

Congregational Care

Many among our congregation have already reached out to those among us and around who may be particularly vulnerable
during this time. Please continue to check on and care for one another. Adam, the Session, and the Board of Deacons
are working together to ensure that this natural response is organized and sustained. If you know of someone with particular needs, please reach out to Adam or a member of Session or Deacons to let us know.
If you would like to volunteer to help us stay in touch with the congregation, please let us know.

 

Community Response

Our Mission and Outreach team, as well as others within the congregation, are assessing the needs of our partner organizations
and the community around the church. Efforts to help will be organized as more information becomes available.
If you know of needs or wish to volunteer, please let us know.