Each day is designed to walk you through a question Jesus asked and answered during His ministry here on Earth. As you read His responses and the reflections of our leaders, take time to consider what Jesus is saying to you all these hundreds of years later. How can you open your heart to Him in a new or different way this Lenten season?
Come for dinner and stay for discussion. Join Jim as he presents some of the most thought-provoking questions that Jesus asked. Nursery is provided and the older children will practice for the Maundy Thursday service and participate in fun activities to grow their faith and prepare their hearts for Easter.
URC CONCERT THURS FEB 22 at 7pm
Join the URC for a night of local music as part of the Black Sacred Arts Series in First Hall. Black art represents powerful American expressions of resilience, identity, and cultural richness, weaving its vibrant threads into the tapestry of the collective culture. Featured musicians include FPC’s own Torrin Purkett, Benjamin Garner, Noah Crumbly and many more local artists in this free event.
STUDENT LOAN DUE MARCH 17
FPC is able to provide no-interest loans to students pursuing post-secondary higher education through academic, vocational or graduate studies. Contact Lee Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org for info. FPC membership not required.
We ask that you join with us in praying for Ukraine, its neighbors, and all those swept up in persecution and violence. Please also consider making a donation to FPC’s fund to support the efforts of the Outreach Foundation in Ukraine. Support Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary (UETS) as they train and equip pastors, chaplains and counselors serving in war torn Ukraine and the persecuted church in Central Asia. LEARN MORE.