FCC CELEBRATES 125 YEARS!

Sunday, May 22, was a beautiful day to gather for worship at FCC, but was made even more special as we celebrated our 125th year in Cleveland. We were blessed to have around 60 in attendance with some special guests included.  Some old friends returned for the occasion.  We recognized three longterm members and had a wonderful hymn by our FCC choir. Dr. Rev. Christal Williams, Regional Minister,  delivered a

Fellowship Is Back at FCC

We are blessed to be able to return to our tradition of loving one another through Fellowship. Our choir gathered together on April 10 for a special luncheon after worship. Looking at the photos one can see that they had a fun time with some delicious dishes. Then the women of FCC got together to hold a CFW (Disciples Women) restart after covid. The photos tell the story so please take

10 Things I Love About FCC

In May FCC will celebrate 125 yrs. in Cleveland.  We are so blessed! As we look forward to what God has for us, here are some things I’m thankful about at FCC. Nick Grisham – Elder Our beautiful church family. The bell tower – we ring the bell every Sunday. Our renovated sanctuary-still looks and feels brand new. Fellowship breakfasts, fellowship lunches, fellowship dinners. Our music – Melody leading choir, Amy

Annual Souper Bowl of Caring at FCC – Feb. 13

Yes, the Souper Bowl, not the Super Bowl. The big winner was the children of Cleveland as $350 was raised at this year’s event to support our Meals For Kids program at Mayfield Elementary.   The traditional Potato Bar fare was delicious as always. We had sweet potatoes this year along with regular baked potatoes, two types of chili, cornbread and a large Tuscan salad. Sweets included pineapple upside down

Alter: ADVENT AT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

ADVENT AT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Advent came earlier than usual this year and the members of FCC readily anticipated this joyous season. Many of our members participated in the preparation for our annual Hanging of the Greens service and our sanctuary came alive with the sights of Christmas cheer. We lit the Hope candle on Nov. 28 followed by Peace, Love, and Joy.  We also celebrated the season with a fellowship event that featured some