“Worship of the triune God is the center of our common life and our primary way of witness to the faith, hope, and love we have in Jesus Christ.” – Book of Order, W-1.0107

We often talk about worship as the ‘heartbeat’ of our church; it gathers us together each Sunday and sends us out to do the mission of Christ’s kingdom for another week. As we sing, pray, and hear God’s Word together, we are comforted, refreshed, and challenged to deeper discipleship. We would love to have you join us in worship!

Check out a live-streamed service on our Youtube channel to see what Sunday is like at FPC.


When should I be there?

Sunday morning worship begins at 11am each week.

Can I take Communion?

Yes! We celebrate the sacrament on the first Sunday of every month and on special feasts of the Church calendar. All are welcome to come to the table.

What sort of music is sung?

FPC uses the Glory to God Presbyterian Hymnal which is full of old and new songs for the people of God to sing in praise. You’ll also hear a variety of special music in our services from organ and piano to violin, bell choir, and guitar.

What should I wear?

In our pews, you’ll see people in suit jackets and people in jeans; you’re welcome to come as you are!

What Bible do you use?

Our pew Bibles are the New Revised Standard Version, which is what the minister will usually read from. Many of our members bring their own Bibles from home and enjoy comparing a wide variety of translations. In whatever language you read it, this is ‘the Book that we Love.’

Anything else I can expect?

Check out a service on our Youtube channel or find a Sunday bulletin on our FPC News page to see what our weekly worship and liturgy is like. We hope you’ll join us!

And, take a moment to check out our COVID precautions here.

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