“I haven’t laughed so hard in years,” someone said last Saturday morning. Indeed, laughter and camaraderie — and lots of it — filled Great Hall as fathers and sons ate a delicious, huge, and “manly” brunch lovingly prepared and served by our attentive FCC women wearing “diner waitress” uniforms, complete with white caps and aprons!… Read more
An Invitation to Community
As God has welcomed us, we welcome you.
With all our differences–
in age, ability and physical condition,
in race, cultural background and economic status,
in sexual orientation, gender identity & family structure–
God has received each one
with loving kindness, patience, and joy.
All that we are together
and all that we hope to be
is made more perfect
as the richness of varied lives
meets the mystery of God’s unifying Spirit
and we become the Body of Christ.
Duruflé Requiem – Maundy Thursday, March 28, 2013
Sanctuary Choir & Orchestra
Thanks to your generous gifts of approximately $6,000, FCC was able to restock the pharmacy in Mbandaka, Congo, for a year! To see pictures that were sent to us, you can view the pictures via our Facebook page or in our photo gallery. You can read the very kind message from Rosette, our partner in… Read more
“Three down, one to go,” someone said after Sunday’s board meeting. The “three” are our newly hired staff members: Bruce Ervin, Jan Harrington, and Marie Fleming. The “one to go” will be our new Administrator, who will be hired this summer. I must commend our board, our moderator, and our search committees for their fine… Read more
As I looked out into the congregation last Sunday, I recalled a friendly clergy-to-clergy chat that I had several years ago at a General Assembly while standing in line waiting for the doors to open. After dealing with the perfunctory two questions that always come up as Disciples clergy establish a connection (i.e. Where did… Read more
Worship With Us
8:30am & 11:00am
Worship is a time for celebration and contemplation as a community of Christian faith. Through music and prayer, through silence and the spoken word, through movement and color, through sharing Communion at the table of Christ, we remember and celebrate that we belong to God and to each other as the Body of Christ.