• Together@Home – Weekly Discussion Questions for January

    Week 1: JANUARY 3 SURVIVING THE WILDERNESS: Remembering and Forgetting Isaiah 43:16-21, Ex 22:21, Deut 5:15, 8:2-6 Questions: What are the former things of old that you need to forget? How might that free you up for the new thing God is doing? How does your memory about what you...

  • Year End Giving Statement Update

    Year end giving statements were emailed out on Friday, January 22nd. For those who do not have email linked with their account, or who have not opened the email within a week, a paper copy will be mailed the week of February 1. If you did not receive an email and...

  • Lent Kits – Sign up by January 25th

    Lent begins February 17th with Ash Wednesday. We are planning to make this contemplative season as accessible and safe as possible, while still partnering with our fellow Bellingham Presbyterian Churches (Cordata and St. James). Register by January 25th to be guaranteed a kit!

  • Give Blood at FPC! January 21 & 23

    First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall 1031 N. Garden St January: 21st 10am – 4pm 23rd 9am – 3pm Donating blood is a simple act that can mean so much to those in need. January is National Blood Donor Month, so what better time to make a donation and impact someone’s...

  • Advent Pilgrimage – Dec. 21, 22, 23rd 3 to 6 PM

    Hear Christmas music (silent singing only) Walk through our sanctuary decorated for Christmas Light a candle Sit, pray and reflect for a few minutes One household will be in the building at a time. Pre-registration is required. Sign up here

  • Christmas Eve 2020 – Live on Zoom at 4pm

    Celebrate our Savior’s birth! Live on Zoom: 4pm Later on YouTube: 7pm Find either link here

  • Angel Tree for Lighthouse Mission & Agape House

    We need your help to provide Christmas gifts for men, women and children at The Lighthouse Mission Ministries. Sign up today and bring your wrapped gift to FPC on December 17th from 1-5. Be sure it is labelled with the code provided so we can match the gift to the...

  • Secret Saint Nicholas – Congregational Gift & Tradition Exchange

    This December we’re looking at the Traditionalist Sacred Pathway, and we thought it would bring joy to share some of our Christmas traditions with one another! Be a ‘Secret St. Nicholas’ and deliver a small gift to another FPCer. Share your family’s traditional homemade treats, crafts, or any special gift...