This Sunday

August 27 at 11 am

This week's passage is Matthew 16:13-20

Check out the 90 Second Sermon

Download the latest bulletin for the traditional service here.

Can't make it to church? Watch our livestream at (live test streaming begins August 6; full commitment to streaming both services begins Sept 10).

Traditional Choral Service

Sundays at 11 am

Traditional worship is a mainstay of FPC. Featuring our renowned Chancel Choir under the direction of Dr. David Macfarlane, our traditional choral worship service will inspire you. The same message is delivered at both services.

Crossroads Contemporary Service

Sundays at 9 am beginning September 10

Crossroads is lively, relaxed, and exuberant. Featuring a top-notch band and the best in contemporary Christian music. Crossroads is an energetic way to experience worship. The same message is delivered at both services.

Visit this Sunday

Be ready for the rest of your week

Live Boldly. It's one of our core values. We understand that worship is a life skill, not an event. You need time to breathe, reflect, and reconnect with God and God's purpose for your life. At our Sunday worship gatherings, you'll not only hear great music, you'll hear a message designed to help you live boldly during the rest of your week.  

First Time at FPC?

Visiting a church for the first time can be a daunting experience for anyone. We strive to make your visit as enjoyable as possible. Here are a few main points:

  • Dress for comfort (you'll see people in jeans or suits, t-shirts or neckties)
  • The service lasts about an hour
  • Our nursery is available for children under 3, equipped with parent pagers
  • Children begin in worship and leave for Church School after about 15 minutes
  • We invite you to stay for coffee, cookies, and conversation in the Chapel

The entrance to Elmore Hall, our present worship space, is around the back side of the building (the southwest corner). This isn't our most attractive side, but it is close to the upper parking area.  We promise it's worth it!

Our historic sanctuary was destroyed in a fire on March 22, 2016. Life goes on, our mission to serve God and the world continues, our congregation is growing. Meanwhile, plans for rebuilding the sanctuary are in process.