Worship With Us Sunday Mornings at 10am

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.

Current Sermon Series

May Sermon Series

After Easter Jesus established his church through his disciples. Sending them out into the world to live in Jesus’ way, teaching Jesus’ words and doing the works of Jesus made them apostles. We read the story of the apostle in the book of Acts and in May we will be concentrating on a few specific stories about how the early church dealt with the challenges of being the church.

May 1st, Communion Sunday and 40+ years celebration. Dealing with Identity: Antioch.
Acts 11:19-26; 13:1-3
May 8, Mother’s Day. Dealing with Self-Centeredness: Jerusalem. Acts 4:32-37; 5:1-11
May 15, Dealing with Close-Mindedness: Damascus. Acts 9:10-25
May 22 All Music Sunday
May 29 Dealing with Loss of Leadership: Miletus Acts 20:13-38

Where Do We Worship?

Join us online as well as in person, every Sunday at 10am

Worship begins at 10am, masks are optional. Paper masks will remain available for those who might need one, and hand sanitizer stations will remain available throughout the building. If you have been exposed to COVID or feel ill, please be considerate and stay home.

Here is how to join us Online
Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/fentonfpc

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkBa-DrcqSECxjAyeaiC4bg
Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8309142301?pwd=RHJ4dDBPdEhMN25yKzFzSzZNeUVPQT09

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)
Or Call +13126266799 and dial 8309142301# at the prompt US (Chicago)

Communion is served the first Sunday of the month in person.

Worship Resources

Bulletins

For those worshippping online, bulletins as well as sermon recordings are available on our website by visiting  our Sermons page. For those attending in-person, bulletins are also available from the ushers. Large print bulletins, Bibles, and hearing assistance devices are also available for those attending in person.

Gospel Project Sunday School

SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN AGES KINDERGARTEN – 5TH GRADE

Children meet in Fellowship Hall at the start of worship. They return to worship after the sermon to sit with parents or Ms. Tina.

Sunday school begins at the start of worship. Our lessons are from the Gospel Project curriculum starting with Genesis. Each week’s lessons bridge the Old and New Testaments, helping children see Jesus throughout! We are also working on worship music skills and songs.

We are excited to soon have all children return to their regular classrooms downstairs once the rooms are cleaned – we are hoping by the end of May. At that time nursery and preschool children will also return to their classrooms. Please see Kate Kirkey, Deb Bard, or Tina Ritchie with any questions, and watch for updated information!

Music Ministry

The mission of the Fenton First Presbyterian Church’s Music Department is to present music that joyfully (Psalm 98:1-8) and humbly (Micah 6:8) praises God and builds up our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ (1 Thessalonians 5:11-13). We use our gifts, knowing that this is not a performance platform or for our own self-glorification, but to glorify the Lord (1 Peter 4:10-11). If you’d like to get a better idea of the mission of the Music Department, check out this very concise and powerful article on using our God-given talents: https://www.ramseysolutions.com/personal-growth/using-your-god-given-talents The bottom line: we’re here to Glorify Christ and give HIM credit for our gifts and talents! 

Our Adult Chancel Choir and Handbells Choir runs September – December and February – May, meeting once a week and providing music in the worship services 1-2x/month. As we navigate music and COVID, our programming year continues to look a bit different than “normal” and the ways in which we present our music are differing as well (sometimes live, making recordings, etc.). We do our best to keep everyone as safe as we can while still finding creative and meaningful ways to keep the music going!

Other opportunities: There are always ways to serve through instrumental music, vocal solos, small ensembles, helping with youth and children’s music programming, etc.!  Please contact our Music Director if you’d like to provide your help or music or if you have any questions!