503 South Leroy Street Fenton, MI 48430 (810) 629-7801

Worship at First Presbyterian Church

Worshiping God and the amazing love shown to us through Jesus Christ is essential in building and maintaining our faith. The worship service emphasizes hearing God’s word in scripture and sermon as well as through music and prayer.

Special Worship Announcement

Our Church Campus is closed for the time being, however worship will still happen and we are learning new ways to connect every week. We will be using Zoom software as well as Facebook Live.  This means that we will be able to connect via Facebook live and those who do not have a Facebook Account can connect through Zoom.  In addition, those who do not have an internet account can listen in by phone.

What You Need to Know Regarding Worship Service this Sunday.

We invite you to prepare by gathering the following three things:

2. A Bible.  We are not streaming a worship service, we are worshiping together online.  Reading your bible along with us will help make our worship together more meaningful.

3A notebook or journal and a pen.  During the Prayer of Confession time we will provide opportunities to write prayers and thoughts.  This is to help be more intentional about our prayers and to make our worship online more immersive.

Here is how to join us

1. Go to this browser:

2. use the Zoom app and use this Meeting ID
Meeting ID: 830 914 2301
Meeting Password: 5013

3. Use your telephone line to listen in:
Call +19292056099 and dial 8309142301#  at the prompt US (New York)
Call +13126266799 and dial 8309142301# at the prompt US (Chicago)

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Visit our Sermons Page for documents and video content.

Sunday Worship Schedule

9:00 AM Worship Service & Nursery
10:00 AM (Memorial Day through Labor Day) Adult, K-5th Grade Praise Time, Nursery
11:00 AM Worship Service, Preschool & Nursery

Summer 10:00 AM Worship Service, Church School & Nursery

Adult Choirs

(new musicians always welcome)

  • Chancel choir
  • Bell Ringer’s choir

Children’s Choirs

Children’s choirs meet on Wednesday nights  September through May.   Check the home page under the calender, categories  and recent posts for more information.

  •    FPFC Youth ( ages 12 and up )
  •    Lamp Light  ( ages 6-11 )

June Worship Series

In the month of June we will continue our study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit. As we worship and delve in, will you pray with us that we might discern the Holy Spirit and that our hearts might be softened so that we, as a church, might hear and obey what God is calling us to do?

June 7th, Trinity Sunday, Graduates Recognized
“Life in the Holy Spirit”: Ephesians 5:15-21, If we are to be a dwelling place for the Holy Spirit as a Church and as Individuals, what does that look like? How are we to act? How are we to treat ourselves and each other? Do not get drunk with wine but be filled with the holy spirit…Singing and being subject to one another out of reverence for Christ.

June 14th, 2nd Sunday of Pentecost
The Gifts of the Spirit: Ephesians 4:1-13, Christ gives us many different gifts through the Holy Spirit. These are gifts for ministry, mission and the proclamation of the Gospel. These gifts are ultimately for the Glory of God and designed to unify us as a Church, through peace, faith and maturity.

June 21st, 3rd Sunday of Pentecost, Father’s Day
Praying in the Spirit: Romans 8:12-16, 26-27, When we don’t know how to pray, the Spirit prays for us with groans too deep for words. The Spirit joins with us as we pray in our suffering and in our joy. What a wonderful thing that the God that we pray to would join us in that prayer.

June 28th, 4th Sunday of Pentecost
The Cosmic Spirit: Romans 8:17-25, The Holy Spirit is not just a close
friend who helps us with our troubles. The Spirit is the third person of the
Godhead and is working to set free the entire creation from the bondage
of sin. We who have the first fruits of the Spirit know in part about what it
is to live in the Spirit. But this will be nothing like an eternity of living
as we were meant to live, in full communion with our God.