WORSHIP @ FPC
Important update in response to coronavirus:
Change in worship schedule:
In person worship is currently cancelled until further notice.
Please continue to check our website or our facebook page for updated information.
In the meantime, you can still enjoy our worship services from the comfort of your home at 10 a.m. on Sundays via our Youtube channel (Please subscribe to Fanwood Presbyterian Church.) Videos of both traditional and contemporary music combined worship will be available.
The thrift shop will also be closed until further notice, but please note that the food bank will be operating as normal every month. Our office hours are also changing. I will be in the office from 8am-1pm on Thursdays only. However, you will still be able to reach me any time during the week via email which is email@example.com. You can also reach Pastor David for pastoral emergencies via his cell 908-346-2263.
Thank you all for your patience and adaptability as we navigate through this new and unknown time in our country.
What then shall we say, brothers and sisters? When you come together, each of you has a hymn, or a word of instruction, a revelation, a tongue or an interpretation. Everything must be done so that the church may be built up. 1 Cor.14:26
Summer Time (May 19 to Sep. 15 in 2019)
Our summer schedule has begun! Join us at 10:00 a.m. for a Combined Sunday Service in the sanctuary
9:30 a.m. Traditional Sunday Service with wonderful rich music in the sanctuary
11:15 a.m. Contemporary Sunday Service with a praise band in the dining room/ chapel
10:00 a.m. Combined Sunday Service in the sanctuary
Notice how the gifts of the Spirit were coming to life in everyone at the church in Corinth. The same can be said at FPC on Sunday mornings when everyone is given a chance to sing, speak, pray, play and, in general, live out of the Spirit of God deep within them. Learn more through the links below:
Worship is the foundation of our living into God's Mission of "Rejoicing, Renewing and Reaching out."
All three R's find a deeper place in our lives as we practice them in worship through:
Entering God's presence and after a call to worship, singing a joyful hymn of praise.
Acknowledging the remnants of the old life and self and letting them die on the cross through the call to and prayer of confession. This gives space for the new life to rise up. (Renewal)
Rising up through God's declaration of forgiveness and the singing of "Gloria!"
Joyfully Reaching Out to our neighbor for the sake of renewed relationships as we forgive one another and share the peace of Christ.
Hearing God's good news.
Responding through gladly offering our prayers, gifts and selves to God.
Reaching out to the world as we are sent out as apostles.