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Welcome to FPC Online! We are a church that is Seeking Christ and sharing His Love!
What a joy it is to worship and experience spiritual growth together, anytime…anywhere and even on the go!
Featured Video of the Week Black Sacred Arts Series Organ Concert
Supt. Anthony Olds – Organ Benjamin Garner – Organ
Joanne Whitaker and the FPC Chancel Choir
Eden and Noah Crumbly – String Duet (Members FPC)
Faith Woodberry-Crips – Vocalist (Governor’s School for the Arts)
Jadon Colbert – Vocalist (Governor’s School for the Arts)
FALL 2021 Masterclass series
Psalms of Thanksgiving with Joel PhillipsThe Book of Psalms was and is the “hymnbook of God’s people.” This collection of divine poetry, written over 1000 years of Israels history, spans the range of human experience and gives voice to our relationship with God. Through songs of praise, thanksgiving, joy, sorrow and lament, we are drawn deeper into the presence of the LORD. Join us as we survey some of the Psalms of Thanksgiving and dig deeper into the Hebrew language and poetry of Thankfulness.
A Portrait of the Compassionate Life: Vincent van Gogh with Sheryl Wood & Valena HoyVincent van Gogh was an incredibly creative artist that has touched a chord that resonates deeply with people. He was a strong Christian believer and able to express beauty, joy, truth and art worth seeing. Learn more in this class as Sheryl and Valena present a portrait of compassion from this world famous artist.
Faith and Music with Joyce BrockhausenFPC's own director of children's music and teacher at the Governor's School for the Performing arts, Joyce Brockhausen presents Bach’s Mass in B minor and Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis - A comparison of how these composers’ faith shaped their settings of the mass.
Should Christians Celebrate Halloween? with Jim WoodThe history of Halloween and Christianity goes all the way back to the Middle Ages. The roots of trick-or-treating can, for example, be traced back to a medieval Christian tradition, in which the poor would go to wealthy homes on Hallowtide — the eve of All Saints’ Day — and offer prayers in exchange for food and beer.
But while Halloween has long involved symbols of death and demons, the origins of questioning whether Christians should celebrate Halloween are fairly recent. Join Jim Wood as we discuss how Halloween fits with Christianity, how it relates to the Gospels, and what the holiday means for us in today’s world.
Ask a Vet Part II with Dr. Tracy EureBack by popular demand! Join FPC member Tracy Eure as he answers many common and uncommon questions about all things furry.
Fall Container Gardening with Rebecca ToppingTurn your tired summer containers into beautiful fall displays. "Dig in" with FPC's own director of communications and avid gardener Rebecca Topping and get some ideas to take your porch and patio to fall fabulous. And, discover all of the fall tips to make your garden look great!
The Spiritual Growth Map provides a way to access and investigate where you are in your spiritual journey. We desire for everyone to continue their growth by finding the next step toward maturity in Christ.