Maundy Thursday: March 29th: 6:00 p.m. soup and worship in the Fireside Room.Prayer Vigil begins at 8:00 p.m. in the Chapel
Good Friday: March 30th, 12:00 noon community-wide ecumenical Good Friday service will be held at New Vision United Church of Christ (1600 Mangrove Ave, Ste. 177), Rev. Gail Hill from First Baptist will be preaching.
Easter Sunday: April 1st, come and join us for an Easter Celebration! Sunrise Service: 7:00 a.m. in the Prayer Garden in the Chapel Courtyard (or Chapel if it is raining). No 8:30 a.m. service. Easter Breakfast: 9:30 a.m.-10:55 a.m. Come have breakfast and join in on Easter crafts and activities for all ages. Easter Service: 11:00 a.m. service in the Sanctuary.
8:30 am in the chapel 11:00 am in the sanctuary*
*Childcare is provided in the nursery for children ages seven and under
What to Expect When You Worship With Us
What do I need to believe? At FCC, we are figuring that out together. We have no statement of faith that we require. We center our spiritual lives around the life and teachings of Jesus.
What are your worship services like? In general, you’ll find a relaxed atmosphere. Sometimes we have guitars, sometimes organs and piano. Our services always include singing, reading of Scripture, praying, and at the heart of service is the celebration of Communion.
Do you have childcare? Yes! Childcare is available through the age of 7 for the 11:00 a.m. worship service. (During the 10:00 am service during the Beat the Heat summer ours, July 2nd-September 3rd, 2017).
Is someone going to make me stand up and introduce myself? Nope. Individuals will greet you and get to know you, but we won’t require you to stand up and introduce yourself to the whole group.
Can I receive communion? Yes! All are welcome to receive communion—the table belongs to Christ, not to us.
Do I need to dress up? Come to FCC for worship as you are. You'll find some people in jeans and shorts and others in their “Sunday best”—people truly come as they are!
Where are you located? at 295 E. Washington backing up to the cemetery and Chico Junior High