Frederick Presbyterian Church (USA), located in downtown historic Frederick at 115 West Second Street, is a congregation committed to alive, participatory worship; local and world-wide missions; and opportunities for all ages to grow.

As followers of Christ, we seek to create a community that welcomes all. No matter your race or ethnicity, your gender identity or sexual orientation, your age, marital status, politics, or economic status, we welcome you—where you are, as you are. (More)

Sunday Worship at FPC

We welcome you!

Our in-person and virtual Sunday Worship services are both at 10:30 am. Masks are optional at indoor events at FPC, including Worship. Childcare is available for in-person Worship (for babies through age 5 years).

 

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Save the Date

Alternative Giving at Christmas. From Sunday, November 13 through Sunday, December 11, we will take orders for handcrafted chocolates, donated by a trained chocolatier and friend of FPC. All proceeds benefit FPC mission projects serving people locally, nationally, and around the world. Additional alternative giving opportunities will be available for purchase before and after Worship beginning Sunday, November 27 until December 18.

Angel Tree Giving. FPC continues our tradition of “adopting” local children and adults–our Angels. The Christmas tree in Heritage Hall will be decorated with angels, each with the description of a child or adult. Please consider taking one and providing gifts. Angels will be available beginning Sunday, November 27, and all gifts should be returned to the tree by Sunday, December 11. 

Songs of the Season. Weekly concert series, Wednesdays in Advent from 12:15 pm until 1:00 pm, in the sanctuary. All are welcome to come enjoy Christmas music. November 30: soprano Shana Oshiro will be accompanied by pianist Nancy Beith. December 7: music by Amy Coldren (flute), Ashley Simms (trombone), and Meghan Michaels (bells). December 14: soprano Edrie Means Weekly. December 21: FPC Pastor Eric Myers and Director of Music Brian Bartoldus, playing piano and organ.