Worship is the heart of our life as a church.
On Sundays the community gathers to give thanks, celebrate, meditate, pray, confess, and hear the word of God. We seek a worship experience that speaks to both our heads and our hearts. As an Open and Affirming congregation, we welcome persons of all ages, abilities, races, genders, sexual orientations, and religious or political persuasions.
Our worship services usually last about an hour and are led by our Staff Team, lay members, and musicians. Children are welcome at any time during our services, and after the "Time with Children" toward the beginning of worship, the children are invited to go to Sunday school with their teachers. We offer Communion on the first Sunday of each month, and all are welcome to the table. Also on the first Sunday of the month, the children are invited to stay for the whole worship service, either in the pews or at the "Prayground" with Emily Stokes, Minister of Children and Families.
Sunday Morning Livestream
If you are unable to worship with us in person or if you want to revisit Sunday's worship, we livestream our worship services. Beginning at 10:00 am each Sunday, you can watch live from your computer, tablet, or smart phone on our facebook and YouTube pages. The videos are saved on the pages so you can revisit worship services and see what else we're up to!
Music is an important part of our congregational life.
Music is central to worship at FCC! We take pride in programming music from a diversity of times, places, and people, especially living composers.
Our Music Ministry Team includes:
CHILDREN & FAMILIES
We welcome children in the life of our congregation.
From Sunday School to fellowship opportunities to exciting family events, we strive to help young people experience the love of God.
We have a thinking faith.
We offer periodic adult ministry opportunities, like seasonal book studies, documentary viewings, and guest speakers. All are welcome at our regular groups as well.