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Summer in the Psalms: Psalm 23 (Video Service)

Today’s Service: Lead Minister: Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Senior Minister Support Minister: Rev. Mark Hovermale, Pastor for Youth and Early Adults Music provided by Upper Room Worship Leader Geff Phillips and FPCP’s 2019 Chancel Choir Scripture: Psalm 23 (NKJV) Today, as we begin our new summer series — “Summer in the Psalms” — we begin with a look at Psalm […]

Signs & Wonders: Acts 9 (Video Service)

Today’s Service: Lead Minister: Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Senior Minister Layperson Support: Sarah & Hannah Campbell, members of FPCP Music provided by FPCP’s 2019 Chancel Choir Scripture: Acts 9:122 (NIV) Today, as we conclude our series on the Book of Acts, we take a look at the 9th chapter and Saul’s persecution of the early Christians.  As a result of Saul’s experience on the way to […]

Signs & Wonders: Acts 8 (Video Service)

Today’s Service: Lead Minister: Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Senior Minister Support Minister: Rev. Mark Hovermale, Pastor for Youth and Early Adults Layperson Support: Jeff Stoner, member of FPCP Music provided by Dr. Jerry & Sharon Smith (piano duet) Scripture: Acts 8:1b-8 & 26-35 (NRSV) Today, as we start wrapping up our series on the Book of Acts, we take a look […]

Signs and Wonders: Acts 6 & 7 (Video Service)

Today’s Service: Lead Minister: Rev. Mark Hovermale, Pastor for Youth and Early Adults Layperson Support: Rich, Dawn and Isaac Rej, members of FPCP Music from the 2019 Chancel Choir Scripture: Acts 6:1-15 Today, as we near the end of this series, we are looking at the 6th and 7th chapters of the Book of Acts.  These chapters focus on Stephen, one of […]

Signs and Wonders: Acts 3 & 4 (Video Service)

Today’s Service: Lead Minister: Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Senior Minister Guest Scripture Reader: One of our younger church members, Clare Special Music from the 2019 Chancel Choir Spring Concert, and Communion Provided by Sharon Smith, FPCP Pianist Scripture: Acts 3:1-18 & Acts 4:1-4, 13-14 Today we look at the third of seven sermons based on the first nine chapters of the Book […]

Signs and Wonders: Acts 1 (Video Service)

Today’s Service: Lead Minister: Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Senior Minister Support Minister: Rev. Mark Hovermale, Pastor for Youth and Early Adults Special Music: FPCP Chancel Choir and Congregation from May 19, 2019 To join the choir and congregation in singing the hymn, ‘All Creatures of Our God and King,’ lyrics are provided HERE  to print or read from another device. […]

Lessons from Habakkuk: A Faith That Waits (Video Service)

Today’s Service: Lead Minister: Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Senior Minister Support Minister: Rev. Mark Hovermale, Pastor for Youth and Early Adults Special Music: the 2019 Chancel Choir from the Oct. 6th World Communion Sunday Service Scripture: Habakkuk 2:1-4 Today is the second of three sermons based on the book of Habakkuk.  This week, we are looking at the prophet Habakkuk’ understanding of […]

Lessons from Habakkuk: A Faith That Wavers (Video Service)

Today’s Service: Lead Minister: Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Senior Minister Support Minister: Rev. Mark Hovermale, Pastor for Youth and Early Adults Communion, with a piano duet by Dr. Jerry & Sharon Smith Music: the 2019 Chancel Choir from the Sept. 29th Installation Service Scripture: Habakkuk 1:1-3;5-7;12-13 Today, we are beginning a new, sermon series based on the book of Habakkuk.  In the first of […]

Easter Sunday — A Portrait of God: The God Who Lives (Video Service)

Today’s Service: Minister: Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Sr. Minister Liturgist: Rev. Mark Hovermale, Interim Director of Students Music: Sue Scott, Organist; Reprises of anthems by the 2018 and 2019 Chancel Choirs Easter Sunday: we are continuing our Lenten sermon series with ‘A Portrait of God: The God Who Lives.’ We have heard the phrase ‘We are living in unprecedented times’ so often […]

Good Friday Tenebrae Service (Video Service)

The service of Tenebrae (the name means ‘darkness’ or ‘shadows’) is a Holy Week devotion tracing its roots back to the seventh century. It is characterized by the gradual darkening of the Sanctuary as candles are extinguished throughout the service. Every word spoken in the service is found in the Scriptures.  The service is intended to […]