Join us for worship on Sundays at 10:15 a.m.!

At FCC we believe that worship is central to understanding God, ourselves, and our call to live as followers of Jesus the Christ.  In worship, we offer thanksgiving and praise to God.  We learn more about loving God and others through scripture and sermon, music, prayer and communion.  We are challenged to “be real” with one another in relationship. At FCC, we do not check our brains at the door!  Instead, we are committed to struggling together to discern our faith through intelligent worship that challenges us to grow spiritually, to love God and others more fully, and to offer ourselves in service to the world in Jesus’ name.

At our regularly scheduled Sunday worship, we gather as a community of God’s people to offer our praise and thanksgiving. We gather together to sing and pray. The sermon always reflects on scripture with a message that challenges worshipers to consider what it means to live as disciples of Christ in all the places they live and work. Communion, open to all who wish to receive, is served throughout the congregation by the deacons, and quiet times for prayer and reflection are encouraged. On the last Sunday of the month, there is a special time just for children to hear a message just for them.


Advent Worship

Several times a year we have special services of worship at FCC around the seasons of the liturgical year: Hanging of the Greens, where we decorate for Advent and Christmas, Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday at the beginning of Lent and Holy Week services.  The styles of worship for these special services are diverse.

We also participate in the Lemoyne Community Thanksgiving Eve Service, a Good Friday Procession of the Cross, a Community Easter Sunrise Service as well as other special services sponsored by the Lemoyne Ministerium. We hope you will come and experience one of these services for for yourself.