WORSHIP @ FPC

Important update in response to coronavirus:

(Updated 5/29/2021)

IN-PERSON SERVICES HAVE RESUMED.   

We have re-started indoor in person worship in the Sanctuary. We meet Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. and you must register to attend our worship service. You can register by following the registration link above. Alternatively, you can call the office at 908-889-8891 or email the office at fanwoodpres@gmail.com to R.S.V.P a spot and fill out the registration form on Sunday morning. Please enter via the parking lot entry way and ensure you check in before the service starts.  

You can still enjoy the Livestream from the comfort of your home every Sunday via our Facebook page (and there will be a recording later as soon as the Livestream finishes on our youtube channel.  Please subscribe :)

Fanwood Presbyterian Church Youtube Channel.   The service for now includes both contemporary praise and traditional hymns.  We also have many video-based Bible lessons for you to peruse, including a Study of Actsm Paul's Letter to the Romans, the Earliest Gospel -- Mark, and a Holy Spirit at Work in Popular Music Series.   

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 30 to Sep. 5 in 2021)

Our summer schedule has begun! Join us at 10:30 a.m. for a Combined Sunday Service in the sanctuary  

School Months

We are currently considering our fall schedule.  Stay tuned.  

Holidays

10:30 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.