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Events

EVERY SUNDAY

  • Worship - 8:30 AM and 11:00 AM (*See schedule changes, if any, below)
  • Sunday School - 9:30 AM
  • First Cafe in Legacy Hall allows for fellowship between services with free coffee and snacks.
  • *SCHEDULE CHANGES

  • None at this time
  • SPECIAL EVENTS

  • Thursday Morning Bible Study - Every Thursday at 10:00 AM. Everyone is invited to join us Thursday mornings for Bible Study. It is always a lively conversation on the Biblical text for the week.
  • Get It While It's Hot Breakfast - Saturday, February 24, 8:00-10:00 AM. FPC opens Legacy Hall to serve a hot breakfast to the hungry in our community. We are excited to welcome The Emmanuel Episcopal Thrift Shop who has agreed to partner with us in this ministry. Please plan to volunteer and be a blessing to your neighbors in need.
  • Book Club - Monday, February 26, 7:00 PM. We will meet in the Library to discuss Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. All are welcome.
  • Annual Seder Dinner - Thursday, March 29. Save the date! Details to come soon!
  • Presbyterian Women Card Party - Wednesday, April 25. Save the date! Watch for more information coming!
  • EVENTS FOR YOUTH AND CHILDREN

  • Family Game Night - Sunday, February 18, 4:30 - 7:00 PM. Dinner will be provided, including beverages and dessert. There will be games for the whole family - it should be lots of fun! The cost is $10 per family. Call the church office for more information and to reserve your spot by Thursday, February 15.
  • SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE STARS

  • On February 10, 2017 very early in the morning, Bill and Corrine Smith and Pastor Alison Halsey headed to Central Cuba with the delegation from the Presbytery of Baltimore. The Presbytery has had a long term relationship with the churches of El Centro Presbytery in Cuba. Over the initial weekend, the three of us spent time with one of the congregations in the presbytery to witness firsthand what a church is like and how they are seeking to be faithful in their setting. We then joined back with the other 26 folks from our Presbytery and many of the pastors and elders from their congregations for a retreat in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, to celebrate, worship, study and explore together issues of justice and love. In the back of our minds we are hoping to be able to establish a relationship with the congregation we will be visiting, creating a sister church in Cuba. We have lots to share. Keep your eyes open for more information.
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