What Should I wear?
We are here to worship God and you are welcomed just as you are! Worshipers at our early service tend to be more casual, with many of the men foregoing their tie, maybe just wearing a polo instead. Some people may even wear jeans. At the traditional service, you will see more dresses, coats and ties. Whatever your choice, we welcome you to worship with us however you are.
Where should I park?
There is a large parking lot in front of the church, between Elm Street, 10th Street, and Chestnut Street. There is some street parking on 10th and on Chestnut.
What is Worship like?
Contemporary Worship is held at 8:33am in our Fellowship Hall, which is just to the left of the church. The music is led by our praise team, with a message by our pastor. Communion, open to all, is celebrated every Sunday. Donuts and coffee are available.
Traditional Worship is held at 11am in our Sanctuary. This service includes music led by our chancel choir with congregational hymns. There is a message from our pastor and communion is held at least once each quarter. Unable to attend? Link to our live audio stream of the service at fpclive.com
Summer Services are help from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend at 10am. These services alternate every other week between the Fellowship Hall (contemporary worship) and the Sanctuary (traditional worship).
Special Services are held all year. We have youth led services, noon Lenten services, Scottish Heritage Sunday, and Oldest Disciples Sunday, among others.
What if I have kids?
For infants and toddlers, we have two caring staff members in our nursery from 8:15 - 12:15. The nursery is located in the Fellowship Hall, just to the left of the front doors.
All children are invited to stay in worship at both services. We love the sound of children in worship! Children's Worship Bags are available with small toys, color sheets, puzzles and books. After the children's sermon, which is fairly early in both services, the children's ministry director will take preschoolers or older children to the nursery if they'd like to spend the remainder of worship there.