Gulf Shores, 2nd Annual Mission Festival featuring Slow Roasted Boston Butts

THE  2ND  ANNUAL Mission Festival and Service Fair:

Sat. Jan 23rd, 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

Boston Pork Butt Cooker

at the Gulf Shores, First Presbyterian Church

Benefits the Baldwin Co. Sherif’s Boy’s Ranch

Featuring slow roasted Boston Butts, BBQ sandwich lunch $6.00 (includes chips and drink)

live music by the Jubilee Pickers.

Contact the church to reserve whole Boston butts, $25.00 each, (251) 968-7720.


This benefit highlights the volunteer ministry opportunities and mission outreach agencies support by members of our church, including: The Sheriff’s Boy’s Ranch of Baldwin Co., Habitat for Humanity, The Christian Service Center, Youth Reach, Living Waters for the World, Family Promise of Baldwin Co., The Presbyterian Children’s Home, and Kairos Prison Ministry.

The Boy’s Ranch will slow cook Boston Pork butts which can be purchased in advance (limited quantity, pre-paid orders only) for $25.00 each.  Contact the church Mon-Fri. 8:00-noon for tickets.  Pork sandwiches will be sold on the day of the Festival, along with chips and drink for $6.00 each.

Live Music will be provided by the Jubilee Pickers.

Gulf Shores Winter Courses, free; sign ups open now

Join us for 3 Outstanding Courses at GSFPC

You are here in Gulf Shores, now enrich  your life with three outstanding courses.  All are free and open to the public, but seating is limited.  Call or email the church to register.

“How to Look at Art”

Paul Welch

This course will permanently change what you think about, what you see, and how you experience paintings.  Paul Welch, an accomplished artist and the former director of the Art department at Northwestern Michigan  College has both and artists’ and a professor’s experience, and combines both with a relaxed, engaging presentation style. The course meets  on Mondays for 8 weeks, starting Jan 4 through Feb. 22 from 10:30-11:45 and is free.

“The Wisdom Books of the Old Testament: Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Job”


This is an exciting look at often neglected but powerful books of the Bible. “Wisdom literature” looks at the world with a specific perspective on life, on God, on suffering and on the meaning of life.  Toby Gurley, of Fairhope is the teacher.  He he is a graduate of “the Academy for Equipping the Saints” course and enjoys a reputation for engaging, effective, and challenging teaching.  You will not want to miss it.  The course meets on Wednesdays  for 8 weeks, from Jan.6  through Feb. 24.

“First Corinthians as its first readers read it”

Thursday Bible Study 10:00

This class will change the way you look at First Corinthians, at Paul, and maybe at the New Testament.  Taught by Steven Kurtz who taught Bible for over a decade in Croatia, this course will set the whole discussion in the context of the first century Hellenized Roman world, enabling us to understand the issues and appreciate the solutions offered. We will meet on Thursdays at 10:00 for 20 weeks starting Jan.7.

Join us for some enrichment, growth, fellowship, and just plain fun in Gulf Shores, AL.

for more details call us at (251) 968-7720

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