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First Federated Church’s 100 year Celebration: 1914 – 2014
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 06/21/2014 - 06/22/2014
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Location
Hy-Vee Conference Center

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Whether you are a member, a former member or someone who has been touched by the ministry of First Federated Church, we invite you to join us on Saturday, June 21st and Sunday, June 22nd, for a weekend of Celebration of God’s faithfulness!
On Saturday evening, June 21, we are having a dinner along with a program at the Hy-Vee Conference Center, with event starting at 5:30pm
This time is to pause and remember First Federated’s history over the past 100 years,  to see friends and former staff members, to hear The Memorial Bell Choir and the history of the Vietnamese Church, as well as a few other presentations.

On Sunday, June 22 at 11AM we will spend time focusing on our future!
We will hear from previous Senior Pastors and Pastor Mike will present more information
on the God’s vision for the future,  at First Federated Church.
All church picnic after the service

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