Summer Schedule has started. Coffee and Fellowship begins at 9:15 a.m. in The Well. Serivice is at 9:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary.
BIG, BANG, BINGO!.....and the not so Silent Auction will be Sunday, September 9th after the Epic Sunday church service in the East Dining Room. Don your Super Hero Cape and join your church family for a fabulous afternoon of fellowship with a church dinner, playing Bingo for prizes, and, making bids on Silent Auction baskets. BRING FRIENDS!!
All proceeds of the event will go to support spiritual growth and renewal of our congregation as we approach FPC’s 150th Anniversary!! Contact Michelle Murray-Cline at 794-1195 if you have any concerns or would love to assist!
Come for a “dip” Wednesday, July 18
“I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream!” Remember that summertime chant? Our youth like to have fun with summer “Splash” at the camp. The rest of us are invited to come for a “Dip” (or two of ice cream) at the church in The Well. The fun will be on the third Wednesday of July the 18th. Bring a friend or your neighbor; come and go or come and stay between 2:00 – 4:00 pm. We’re looking forward to seeing you for some really cool refreshments and fellowship!
Our third annual Freedom Festival will be held on Sunday July 1 at the Whispering Winds Camp (about 2 miles west of 73rd Street North and Ridge Road).
The Pools will open at 3 pm with free admission and will remain open through the evening, with life guards on duty. The pool water will be warmed by solar-heat, the concrete pool decks and benches will be cooled by special paint, and the Lodge will be cooled by ceiling fans and air-conditioning.
Games and activities will be provided for the kids. A golf cart will be available for transportation needs or to tour the Camp grounds and trails. We will have a Freedom-themed Vesper service at 5 pm, on the south lawn. The service will include patriotic songs and ringing of our bell tower (Let Freedom Ring).
Following Vespers, we will have dinner in the Lodge. The Camp will barbecue bratwurst, hamburgers, and hot dogs for dinner. Guests are requested to bring pot-luck side dishes and desserts. After dinner, activities will continue and families may set off BYO fireworks near the basketball court, provided a fireworks ban has not been issued by the County.