WORSHIP & MUSIC

at FPCFW

Worship & Music

 

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP

in-person Worship: 8, 9, & 11 a.m. sundays

We gather for indoor worship each Sunday at 8 a.m. in the Chapel, 9 a.m. in the Great Hall and 11 a.m. in the Sanctuary.  

  • Masks are required when we gather together at either campus (Penn Street or Hemphill).
  • Worship spaces have sections reserved for social distancing, for those who feel more comfortable in those areas.

These are challenging and rapidly changing times, and we ask for grace, kindness, and respect of each other as we move forward. See you Sunday! 

8, 9, & 11 A.M. WORSHIPERS, CLICK HERE

LIVESTREAM WORSHIP: 11 A.M. SUNDAYS

Livestream worship is available online each Sunday at 11 a.m. Watch here.   

WEDNESDAY EVENING WORSHIP (WOW)

Community Crossroads location (1516 Hemphill Street), 5:30 p.m. 
WOW! (Worship on Wednesdays) offers a brief devotion and singing for all ages from 5:30-6 p.m.. A  hot "to go" meal is available from 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday evenings.  Learn more.

MONTHLY JAZZ WORSHIP

3rd Sunday of each month, 9 a.m., Great Hall, or 11 a.m. livestream
A monthly service welcoming acclaimed and celebrated jazz musicians to the worship service.

TAIZE WHOLENESS & HEALING SERVICES

3rd Sunday every month, 6:30 p.m., Chapel 
These services are offered every other month for those seeking worship centered around receiving prayer for peace, healing and wholeness. 

OTHER SPECIAL SERVICES

In addition to the services mentioned above, special worship opportunities are offered throughout the year, such as:

Youth Sunday (led entirely by our youth, celebrating their gifts and contributions)
Kirkin' of the Tartans (celebrating the Presbyterian Church's Scottish heritage)
Lent Midday Prayers
All Saints Service

Holy Week and Easter services
Weekly Advent prayer services
Christmas Eve services

LABYRINTH AT FPC

FPC’s outdoor labyrinth is an eleven-circuit labyrinth patterned after the labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France. A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. The labyrinth represents a journey to our own center and back again out into the world. Located in the northwest corner of the church campus, the labyrinth is open to members and visitors. You are invited to walk, listen to your heart and take the time you need. You may feel relaxed or refreshed or have a deep spiritual experience.