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Our March 22 Service via YouTube

We Are Temporarily Closed

Monday night, March 16, our session met to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on our faith community. Here are some important decisions we made that impact the life of our church family:

All in-person worship services and on-site gatherings are suspended through April 5. That means we will not worship in-person on Palm Sunday.

The community Holy Week services that were scheduled to occur at our church are canceled.

The church facilities (and office) will be closed to everyone except church employees and those individuals conducting urgent church business. That means all in-person small groups (e.g., classes, Fear Knots, youth group, choir, etc., etc.) will be canceled through April 5th.

To be sure, these decisions were extremely painful for us. Not coming together — physically — as the Body of Christ on a weekly basis will hurt. Not being together — physically — during Holy Week will hurt. We grieve these losses with you. But these drastic measures are necessary to protect the most vulnerable — both within our congregation and our community. For FPC members, please check your email for further information.

Devotions for Lent

The 40-day period before Easter traditionally is known as Lent, a time for prayerful reflection, devotion, and letting go. Download our guide for a series of reflections, scriptures, and prayers for the period of Lent beginning on Ash Wednesday, February 24, and ending on Easter Sunday, April 12.

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