Sunday Worship

The congregation gathers each Sunday morning at 10 a.m. for worship centered on prayer, praise, Scripture, and the experience of the presence of our triune God in our lives – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Essential parts include piano and/or organ music with frequent guest instrumentalists, a children’s message that relates to the theme of that day, and a sermon that speaks of current events, God’s call on our lives, and how we can faithfully respond.

Virtual worship is available enabling us to gather from near and far. The service is recorded to Facebook and can be viewed anytime on the Facebook page. @fpcwarren

There are currently three ways to join us for worship at 10 a.m. each Sunday:

1 - In person in our sanctuary at

256 Mahoning Ave NW in Warren, Ohio

2 - Live on the radio at WHTX 1570 AM

3 - Live on Facebook at @fpcwarren

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Christmas Eve

5:30 p.m.

Family worship service with youth involvement and the FPC Elastic Band.

11 p.m.

Traditional candlelight service with biblical lessons, carols, and Communion. Choral and instrumental presentations are offered prior to the candlelight service.

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Lent & Easter

ASH WEDNESDAY 

Traditional imposition of ashes.

 

PALM SUNDAY

10 a.m. – Traditional service including the distribution of palms.

 

MAUNDY THURSDAY

7 p.m. – A liturgical drama includes Communion.

 

GOOD FRIDAY VIGIL

A special service of remembrance of the crucifixion of Christ and the suffering that led to the resurrection.

 

EASTER SUNDAY

10 a.m. – A celebration of Easter culminating in the singing of the Hallelujah Chorus by the choir and congregation.

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Special Sundays

 

YOUTH SUNDAY

A spring worship service featuring the youth of FPC.

 

RALLY DAY

Early in September

A casual worship service followed by intergenerational games, fellowship, and a potluck lunch. This celebration kicks off the official Church year.

 

FOUNDERS’ DAY

The third Sunday in November

A worship service honoring Rev. Joseph Badger and his followers, who founded FPC in 1803. 50+ year members are also recognized. A congregational dinner follows the service.