Sundays @ FPC
10 a.m. Inside AND Virtual Worship Service
Inside our Family Life Center, with social distancing and masks.
Watch the service live on our FPC Facebook Page (Fpc Carthage), and after the service virtually by clicking on the Facebook link on the FPC Video tab above.
10 a.m. Children's Sunday School classes
ages 3 - 12th grade
*No adult classes at this time.
11 a.m. Oudoor Worship Service
Outside on the FPC Lawn, weather-permitting. Please wear your masks until seated and bring a lawn chair.
5 p.m. Youth Group
Because of COVID-19, programs, events, and even worship is in a stage of constant transition. Please stay tuned to announcements on Sunday mornings, our website, Google Calendar, and through our One Call Now phone tree as we update and make changes to our calendar.
Visiting Us at Worship
Worship is meaningful to our faith.
It is a time for us to gather
as family in Christ,
to praise and worship Jesus,
our Lord and Savior.
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1. What's worship service like?
During most services we have a responsive call to worship, prayer of confession, a moment with our children, scripture readings, sermon, offering, and singing from a hymnbook.
2. What to wear?
The important thing is not what you wear but that you come! Wear what you you have, because on any given Sunday you'll find someone in a jacket or dress, and then someone in a golf shirt or shorts.
3. Children at church?
Children of all ages are welcomed into worship, even the crying ones!
Parents may choose nursery for their younger children. And we offer a children's sermon time during service, along with worship activity bulletins for children ages 3-6 and 7-12.
Exalt the Lord!
Sing your praises!
Lift your voices to the oneMost High.
If you love contemporary Christian music,
this is the team for you.
Our Praise Team leads our
Family Life Center
on the 1st Sunday of every month.
Praise Team practices are 6 p.m. Thursdays
excluding the last Thursday of the month.
Join us this week!
Upcoming Contemporary Worship songs:
Christ Be Magnified by Cory Asbury of Bethel Music