A Note from Pastor Matt:

We aim to be a church family that lives in gratitude for the new life offered to us in Jesus Christ.  All that we do here—from our worship, to our fellowship, to our study, and to our outreach to others—is done in joyful thanksgiving to the God who made us and redeems us.

We invite you to attend church with us on Sunday mornings, either at the casual service at 9:00 a.m., or the traditional worship service in the sanctuary at 11:00 a.m.  The casual service at 9:00 a.m. is held in our front parking lot in the warmer months, and in the sanctuary during the colder months.  Recently, we just moved the 9:00 indoors.  Both services will be live-streamed for those who wish to worship from home and the link can be found below. 

Come, connect, and be the Church with us.

A Special Message from FPC Session:

The Session would like to remind our community of faith that we have a special responsibility to care for our members and neighbors during this pandemic.  Since crowded gatherings, especially indoors, present an increased risk- we pray you will consider the appropriate safety measures for yourself and others.  These include vaccinations, masks, social distancing and other personal health precautions.

If you are unable to attend our services in person, you can livestream them below:
Click HERE for the 9:00 bulletin.
Click HERE for the 11:00 bulletin.

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:
We are a diverse and welcoming community of believers, called by God to make disciples of Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit to acknowledge God’s gracious presence in the world.  Our faithful response in praising God encompasses compassionate service to all, nurturing one another to grow in faith together and sending out disciples to share the Good News. 

25TH ANNUAL SERVICE OF LESSONS AND CAROLS
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4TH AT 6PM IN THE SANCTUARY

Click HERE for the worship bulletin

WILD ENCOUNTERS meets on Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m. in Room 10.  This class is for 3-9 year-olds and uses engaging animals to guide the children through historical Bible events.  Activities include lessons, music, snacks, art, and science.  Adult helpers and substitutes can contact Mason Warren, Director of Family Ministries at masonwarren@fpctn.org for more information.  See you soon!

Are you or your family member…

  • hospitalized
  • terminally ill
  • new to the community
  • grieving
  • homebound
  • experiencing a job crisis
  • aging or elderly
  • disabled
  • needing the support of a friend
  • facing a life transition
  • coping with divorce
  • expecting or adopting?

Stephen Ministry is a confidential ministry which cares for the needs of someone like you.  Call someone who cares: 865/966-9547.

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