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Sunday - Lord's Supper; No Fear of Dark or Death

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The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? Psalm 27:1aDear Church Family and Friends of FPC,Rejoice in the Light Sunday morning! Sunday's Sermon will conclude our joyous VBS-related series, Light of the World!, with the sermon - God's Children are Not Afraid of the Dark.Key...

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VBS Begins! Prayer Requests - National & Local

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Dear Church Family & Friends of FPC,Thanks to you all who helped with the kickoff of our Summer Children's Vacation Bible School yesterday (in worship and at the afternoon fellowship). This morning, we are hosting more than 120 participants, as we share the VBS program, CaveQuest: The Light...

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Sunday Worship & Fellowship; Howard Haddigan & Prayers for Family

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Jesus spoke to them, saying, "I am the Light of the World; whoever follows Me will never walk in darkness but will have the light of life!" John 8:12Dear Church Family and Friends of FPC,Worship in the Light Sunday at FPC. At our 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Services, we will commission volunteers for...

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Important News - Sunday Fellowship Event & Prayer Requests

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"Pray for the peace of Jerusalem! May they be secure who love You!" Psalm 122:6Dear Church Family and Friends of FPC,(1) In the aftermath of today's mass shooting in Tel-Aviv (Wednesday evening - 8 hours ahead of US CST) -Please pray for God's comfort to the families of those killed, pray for...

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Ambassadors of God

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Dear Church Family and Friends of FPC,Be an ambassador for Christ this week!(1) As we remember the many who gave their lives 72 years ago during the initial Allied freeing of Normandy, let us also honor those who served in but survived D-Day and/or other battles in WW2 and still live among us...

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