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Holy Week at FPC
Join Us as We Celebrate Jesus' Resurrection - All are Welcome!
Palm Sunday – March 25th:
10:20 am: We will gather on the sidewalk outside FPC and process in to Worship together, remembering Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem.
11:45 am: After Worship, join us in Fellowship Hall for a light lunch and our annual Egg Dyeing “Eggstravaganza.” Bring a dozen hard-boiled eggs – we’ll provide the rest!
Wednesday – March 28:
6:30 am: Lenten Morning Prayer
Maundy Thursday – March 29th:
6:15 pm: We will share a light meal as we prepare for Worship.
7:00 pm: We gather to recall Jesus’ command to “love on another” as we remember and celebrate the last meal he shared with his disciples
Good Friday – March 30th:
Noon: Good Friday Service
3:00 pm: Good Friday Encounter for Children
7:00 pm: Good Friday Evening Service. We gather together to focus on Christ’s final hours on Earth and his death on the cross.
Easter Sunday – April 1st:
8:30 am and 10:30 am: We will gather to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, in Word and in Sacrament. The 8:30 and 10:30 am services are identical.
9:45 am: Between our Easter services, we will hold our annual Egg Hunt for children. There is no Sunday School on Easter.
Alcoholics Anonymous has received FPC’s support for more than 25 years. The church provides meeting rooms and kitchen space for more than 20 weekly meetings as well as seasonal all-night meetings. FPC also offers space for weekly meetings of Al-Anon, a support group for friends and family members of problem drinkers.
Food Bank Donations
Monthly - 1st Sunday
The first Sunday of every month, FPC congregants are encouraged to bring food or hygiene items to donate to the Frederick Food Bank. Donations are down, and the number of Food Bank clients is rising—people are in need year-round. Please bring donations with you to worship.
Wednesdays at 6:30pm, during the FCPS school year
For 25 years, FPC has partnered with our neighborhood school, Parkway Elementary, to provide a mentoring program for children in grades K-1. The Parkway community liaison selects children for the weekly program, which includes crafts and educational activities, story time, and a nutritious dinner. The longest-running program of its kind in Frederick County Public Schools, Open Door is an intergenerational celebration of learning and relationship in a happy, loving environment.
FPC Sunday School
Spiritual Exploration for All Ages
2016-17 School Year
The new Sunday School year kicks off on Sunday, September 11th, and continues through mid-June. Classes for children, teens, and adults meet at 9:30am on Sundays (one hour before Worship). All are welcome.