Sunday Mornings @ FPC
click HERE to join us online at 8:45 and 11:00am!



What you can expect:
  • Preaching: Biblically-based, gospel-focused, and relevant to our daily walks with Christ.
  • Worship: proclamation of God’s Word, prayer, confession, and music are the heart of our time of worship.
  • Fellowship: we greet each other during the service by passing the peace of Christ to one another.
  • Children’s Sermon: Children are invited to come hear a fun, creative presentation on the theme of the day. Following the children’s sermon, 4 – 6 year olds are invited to attend Children’s Church. Children’s Worship Bags and Clipboards, full of child-friendly worship activities, are available for ages 3-12 in the Gathering Space.
  • Nursery: available for infants – preschool, during the entire service. A nursing/cry space is also available in Room 206 on the same level as the sanctuary throughout the service.
  •  Dress is casual.

FIRST LIGHT WORSHIP SERVICE 8:45am on hold until further notice.

  • Contemporary worship gathering – worship is done through Biblical preaching and contemporary praise and worship songs led by our Praise Team (vocalist and band) featuring contemporary worship choruses and fresh takes on traditional hymns.
  • The service is relaxed and informal.

SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00am – 10:50am on ZOOM.

Contact if you would like to attend an adult class. 

Contact if your child would like to attend ZOOM Sunday School. 
Sunday morning classes allow you to journey in Christ-like faith with others who are seeking out Biblical truth and how it applies to everyday life. Classes are open for all who are interested, no matter what your previous Bible study experience. You can join a Sunday morning class at any time. Please click the links below for more information on our classes. Visit this page to learn more about our Sunday Morning Adult Classes.

BLENDED WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00am join us online at: 

  • Traditional worship gathering – worship is through prayers of confession, congregational hymns, creeds and proclamation of the word.
  • The service is more traditional, incorporating meaningful liturgy and music led by our Chancel Choir, accompanied by an organist/pianist, the Exuberant Bell Choir, soloist, and instrumental ensembles.