Our Sunday Worship Service for January 17, 2021 is available below starting early Sunday morning (and permanently via our YouTube channel), although you are invited to watch as a church family “together” at 10am.
Information about today’s service (with “chapter” markings for the components) and FPC’s current events is further down this page, as usual, in lieu of a bulletin.
We continue to learn and experiment with online worship, and are grateful to worship “with” you! As we seek to care for the shalom of our city and county, know that God is at work in all things. May we each be wise, compassionate, and discerning as we care for one another. Philippians 4:4-6
Click the linked picture above to view our service. You can also access it on our FPC YouTube channel if the link above does not work for you, and/or if you would like to join in “passing the peace” using the comment feature.
04:25 Call to Worship & Joyful Joyful (Song)
09:03 Children’s Story – Numbers 11
12:19 Prayer of Confession, Offering & Invitations
16:28 Up Close and Personal
26:13 Pastoral Word from Doug & Sermon
44:36 There Is A Redeemer (Song)
51:45 Prayer of Thanksgiving
55:08 Charge & Benediction
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Otherwise consider mailing your offering, or having your bank setup bill pay instead of coming to the church in person. Any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
“Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my thoughts. See if there is any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” Psalm 139:23-24
To join our Caring Bridge Prayer time (7am/7pm prompts), visit www.caringbridge.org/visit/fpcprayers and follow the prompts to join in!
Sign up for Together @ Home here:
Find us on the Church Center App – download it by visiting https://churchcenter.com/
Learn more about our Sacred Pathways journey, including resources around each month’s focus. Our Sacred Pathway for January is Ascetic.
Music in the service:
Joyful Joyful, There Is A Redeemer (Nicki Lang),
Prelude: Sweet Hour of Prayer (Tammy Rutgers)
End song: The Kingdom is Yours (Todd Fisher)
(All songs covered under copyright by streaming license through CCLI and OneLicense)
May the Lord bless you and keep you, shine upon you and be gracious to you. May the Lord truly give you peace! Amen!
We have a Spotify playlist for the month of January for extended time immersed in music:
Ways to stay connected this week :
- Monday night Narnia: Join an all-ages book read-aloud and discussion, as we travel to Narnia, currently reading The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis.
- Tuesday Women’s Bible Study: We are now studying The Jesus Paul Knew, a LifeGuide study by James W. Reapsome.
- Wednesday Women’s Bible Study: Praying through the Psalms – how Psalms connect God’s Big Story to our own
- Pastor Doug’s Bible Study: Wednesdays. Pastor Doug’s everybody-is-welcome Bible Study, journeying through the book of Revelation.
- Mid-Week Reflection: Wednesday nights. Join us for 30 minutes of reflective music, scripture reading and fellowship.
- Check the church calendar for times and links to events!
Ways to pray together this week:
- To join our Caring Bridge Prayer time (7am/7pm prompts), visit www.caringbridge.org/
visit/fpcprayersand follow the prompts to join in!
- FPC Prayer Room, Wednesdays at 8am *time changed*: Join us for a weekly time of prayer http://www.fpcbellingham.org/calendar/
- Contact Alissa at email@example.com to arrange a porch prayer
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Share prayer requests or concerns, invitations to creative worship during this season, etc. to firstname.lastname@example.org or call our church office and leave a message at 360-734-5510.
Here is our FPC YouTube channel where you can access past Sunday services and other FPC videos. If you look in the description below each Sunday’s service, you can view song lyrics and other worship information from that service, including worship playlists to stream on Spotify.
Access our 21-day racial justice challenge on our Doing Justice page, join our monthly Pursuing Racial Justice discussion group, and join our Facebook group to share resources about seeking racial justice:
Video interviews with members of our community about COVID-19 quarantine health topics, and many other resources are on our Health Connect page.
Access videos and other content on our FPC Facebook page – no Facebook account required.