Sunday Worship is when the community gathers to lift up our voices and open our hearts to give praise to our God and Savior. All of our worship services at FPC adhere to the Reformed tradition. We worship through music and singing, through prayer and reflection, through confession and repentance, through scripture and word. Worship is the heart of who we are and should reflect God’s dignity, love, and glory. All of God’s children, of any age, are welcome in every worship service.
Chapel Worship – 8:45 a.m.
Worship in the Chapel starts at 8:45 a.m. on Sundays. This service is smaller and more casual than the Sanctuary Worship with music led by a praise band and the liturgy and hymns projected on screens. In this service there are opportunities for the congregation to share personal thoughts and prayers. Feel free to stop by the Fellowship Hall before the service to get coffee, tea, and pastries to bring into the service with you.
Sanctuary Worship begins at 11:00 a.m. and is a classic, traditional Reformed worship service. The Word is proclaimed through liturgy, song, and preaching. We give glory to God through our ministry of music. Music is led by our Chancel Choir and enhanced by the pipe organ, grand piano, and special musicians.
The Sanctuary Worship service is broadcast live on Zoom and on Facebook.
The Sacrament of Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month at both services. God’s table is open and everyone who puts their faith and trust in Jesus Christ as Savior is welcome to partake in this holy sacrament.