Begin Advent with an evening of warm soup (to calm your soul) and good fellowship to brighten your night. The Board of Christian Education invites you to this yearly Advent Event on Sunday, December
2nd beginning at 5:30 p.m.
A soup supper will be provided along with craft and decoration projects. T
Special Bell Ringing on November 11, 2018, at 11:00 am. Handbell musicians across America are invited to toll bells in their communities to commemorate the centennial of the armistice that brought an end to hostilities in what Americans ferve
Mark the date. November 17th 9am to 3pm. Area crafters will be available with items for purchase just in time for the holidays. Al-Van will be having their annual cookie caper, and we can’t forget the Garden Club and their display of holiday cheer. Hope to see you there.
Chili Cook-Off Saturday, November 10, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Break out your chili pot and find that secret recipe! We are looking for cooks who want to put their chili up to see if it will be selected as FCC’s best. If you’re not a cook, stop in on November 10 and spend an enjoyable evening, sampli
Hayride at the Roods October 14th @ 1 p.m. The annual Hayride at the Rood Farm is ready to go. Hay rides will begin at 1:30 p.m. Following the hayride there will be cider and desserts to share. Bring a friend to this fabulous event. This event has been taking place for 30 years. It i
We watched the sunset as we joined together in worship and song for Wednesday evenings Vespers on the bluff. What a beautiful way to feel close to God as the cool breeze calmed our souls and opened our hearts.
Vespers is a sunset evening prayer service in the Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Eastern C
The final summer BLAST will be held at Pilgrim Haven
Beach. (This is located on 18th Avenue, off of 77th Street).
This is the site of the former church camp that was op-
erated by the United Church of Christ. There is good parking
and easy access to the beach on a concrete path.
Activities will incl