Spiritual Practices

What's this all about?

Presbyterian Outlook's recent article about Spiritual Practices includes a summary of our program.

And, see Tamara Slaughter's article.

From its beginning the church linked the desire for more of God to intentional practices, relationships and experiences that gave people space in their lives to “keep company” with Jesus.

These intentional practices, relationships and experiences we know as spiritual disciplines.

– Adele Ahlberg Calhoun, from the Spiritual Disciplines Handbook


Spiritual Practices Calendar

At FPC, we want to support the spiritual formation of all ages and stages of life. This year, we will have the chance to explore spiritual practices on our own and in community. Each month we will focus on a different category of faith practice. You will learn about its foundations and how it can help you grow spiritually, receive suggestions for further reading and interactive learning, and find ways to experience that practice in the ministries of FPC. Join us on the journey!

October: Stewardship

Coming up:

November: Community

December: Hospitality

January: Paying Attention

February: Discernment

March: Confession/ Self Examination

April: Forgiveness

May: Spiritual Direction


So what is stewardship?

"Real stewardship is about being transformed into the image of Christ, to become generous, as Christ is generous." from Rev. Myles Fish's article.

Read it

The Power of Generosity: How to Transform Yourself and Your World, by Dave Toycen

A Life Well Spent, by Russ Crosson

The Treasure Principle: Discovering the Secret of Joyful Giving by Randy Alcorn

A Spirituality of Fundraising by Henri M. Nouwen

Do it

Participate in the 1824 Fund: Sign up for an automated monthly donation in addition to your regular giving

Make a pledge to the 2018 annual campaign

Include FPC in your estate plans

Go to our giving page to get started.