Hey football fans!  Sunday, February 12 was a great day at FCC!!  As our tradition on Super Bowl Sunday we host our own version – the SOUPER BOWL OF CARING.  For almost 30 years we have held this special event following worship to raise funds for our own Meals-For-Kids program.  Always a fun time, this year was another great event and very successful in our efforts to fund the MFK


The 2022 Advent season was another beautiful celebration of our Lord’s birth.  The four Sundays before Christmas we focused on blessings of Advent: HOPE, PEACE, JOY, and LOVE.   We reached out to our community with a gift of our Cocoa & Carols drive- thru service just before Christmas.   The gift featured our commemorative 125th anniversary mug with cocoa mix, mini-marshmallows, and peppermint candy canes, along with a flyer

FCC Hosts First Annual Trunk or Treat Event

Halloween is such a fun time for children and adults alike. Everyone enjoys dressing in costumes from contemporary fantasy characters to the more traditional, and more frightening, ‘ghostly’ ones. FCC joined in the celebration this year as we hosted our first ever Trunk or Treat event. Everyone involved said it was a big success, therefore, we plan to continue doing the event in the future.  A big thanks to those

FCC Welcomes FALL with Outdoor Worship and Picnic (…..Sorta!!)

September 25th was a highly-anticipated Sunday at First Christian Church as we all gathered for a special Hymn-Sing and Worship service outside under cloudy skies. The weather would NOT dampen our spirits as we were in God’s beautiful creation out in front of our Sanctuary.  With a picnic lunch planned afterwards, we were looking forward to a good time for all! The worship program included many “good-ole” hymns, led by

Sermon for August 7th, 2022

Colossians 3:1-11; 1 Corinthians 6:9; 1 Timothy 1:9-10; Leviticus 18:22; Romans 1:27 “Getting Rid of the Trash” Just a note, we had a discussion at the end that I hope you can hear. I walked closer to people hoping the microphone picked up their voices. I hope it worked. Sermon for August 7th, 2022.