Season of Advent at FCC

See below for our Season of Advent and Events

  • Advent Worship services

    The Season of Advent is a season of preparation. Join us in worship:

    • Sunday, December 3: First Sunday of Advent (Services: 8:30 am & 11:00 am)
    • Sunday, December 10: Second Sunday of Advent (Services: 8:30 am & 11:00 am)
    • Thursday, December 14: Contemplative Worship Service (6:30)
    • Friday, December 15: A Blue Christmas Service (6:30 pm)
    • Sunday, December 17: Third Sunday of Advent (Services: 8:30 am & 11:00 am)
    • Thursday, December 21: Contemplative Worship Service (6:30 pm)
    • Sunday, December 24: Fourth Sunday of Advent (ONE service only: 9:30 am)
  • 106th annual christmas mystery pageant

    This annual musical-drama is a Christmas Pageant combining the biblical accounts of the birth of Jesus along with church legends and beloved Christmas carols.

    • Sunday, December 17, 4:00 pm
    A wonderful, festive event for the whole family.
    FCC Organist, David Acton begins this magical event with an Organ Recital.
    Cookies and Wassail will be served in the Founders' Room following the pageant.

  • christmas eve services

    4 Services available:

    • 3:00 pm - Child-Friendly Service of Carols & Scripture
    • 5:00 pm - Service of Carols & Scripture
    • 7:00 pm - Service of Carols & Scripture
    • 11:00 pm - Candlelight Service of Carols, Scripture & Communion


We are an Open and Affirming, Just Peace congregation dedicated to offering a spiritual home to all people. We actively encourage people to love, learn and grow with us. Support for diversity in thought, in community, and in all manner of contribution is vital to our interactions with one another.

We believe that in order to deepen in faith, people must have the freedom to explore. We embody a progressive Christianity in which “God is still speaking” and we actively listen to better understand how to “do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly.” Our openness to wonder is understood both as awe and inquisitiveness.

We believe that the work of the church must influence societal structures and that by our being, we work toward creating a just world. The richness of our community-in-God inspires, transforms, and empowers us to improve the lives of others and work toward the common good. Micah 6:8 serves as our theological touchstone.

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