Worship with FPC
Gather in Love & Celebration
Come as you are. God wants a relationship with the real you.
That’s why He meets each of us where we are on our journey.
Gather and celebrate His love with us every Sunday.
What to Expect
A Warm Welcome
No matter who you are or where you’ve been, you’re welcome here. Each Sunday, people of all ages gather from every walk of life to experience and spread the hope & love of Jesus Christ.
If you’re coming for the Common Ground worship experience with your kids, you’ll have the option to check them into the Adventurers kid’s program.
One Church | Two Worship Styles
We are one church, one body, one community with a big heart and two styles of worship. Whether you come to Common Ground or the Traditional worship service, you’ll hear readings from God’s Word, listen to a practical way you can apply it, draw closer in relationship with Him, and get recharged for the week ahead.
Time to Explore the Community
At FPC, we believe that a community that cares starts by enjoying food, conversation, getting to know each other and seeing how God is working in our everyday lives! Come to coffee hour to meet neighbors & make friends in the community.
WAYS TO WORSHIP WITH FPC
CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP EXPERIENCE
Sundays at 9 AM
Come as you are for “Common Ground” a vibrant contemporary worship experience. Meet in a casual setting to hear God’s Word in a way that you can understand and see how it applies to your life. Let the kids dance & clap and get the whole family recharged for the week ahead! Feel your spirits lift as you draw closer to God. Sing lively songs along with the band!
ADVENTURERS FOR THE KIDS
Sundays at 9 AM
Kids need a fun, safe, and wholesome environment to grow up in God’s love. Let the kids skip (Sunday) school and join other children on a wonderful faith adventure instead!
Offered during the Common Ground service.
TRADITIONAL WORSHIP SERVICE
Sundays at 10:30 AM
Experience the beauty & richness of God’s presence in the formal sanctuary as part of a traditional Presbyterian worship service.
Listen and reflect on the Bible readings. Observe traditions passed down from generation to generation. Pray and draw closer to God, singing classic hymns led by our choir.