The pastor, elders, staff and congregation of FPC are warm and welcoming to those new to the church, whether you are just visiting or seeking a church home. We want you to feel welcomed and at home, and we will do our best to help you find your place in the church.

Mother’s Day Sunday Service

Please excuse the technical difficulties with today’s service (May 9, Sixth Sunday of Easter). Here is all of the audio from the service; there seems to be an issue with the video in spots.

Please visit our YouTube channel for access to other services.

Join Us Sunday in Our Sanctuary!

It is with great pleasure and joyful hearts that we announce the Session’s decision to continue in-person worship at First Presbyterian Church of Fayetteville. March 7, 2021, was our first opportunity to gather in worship in our historic sanctuary. This is a bold move and will require all of us to work together to ensure safety.

Masks will be a prerequisite as will social distancing. There will be a supply of masks at each door if you need one. The pews have been rearranged to make it easier to know which are available and which are not. Hand sanitizers will be available at each entrance. We know you are anxious to see your church family again and be in fellowship with one another. We all love each other’s hugs and handshakes, but right now is not the safest time for those gestures. Please help us by not congregating in large groups before or after the service.

The length of the service might be a little shorter and include fewer congregational songs. Please know these changes may be made to increase safety by decreasing exposure time.

The session has worked prayerfully and diligently to discern how God has called us to faithfully respond to this pandemic. We have missed coming together in-person to worship the Lord during these many months. We pray that we are following God’s will in returning to worship at this time.

Adam Bagley and Todd Jennings, Worship Committee chairs

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