An update from our Pastor Nominating Committee

The work of our Pastor Nominating Committee continues. If you missed the committee’s update during worship this past Sunday, you can read it online here. Let’s keep the committee in our prayers as it continues narrowing its field of candidates. And if...

The Beautiful and Holy Work of Flexibility

The summer before I was ordained and began my work here, I worked at Montreat Conference Center. Those summer months of 2019 became a time of holy rest for me as I prepared to enter the wilderness of full-time pastoral ministry. I spent my days teaching devotions to...

When a King was a Prophet

On Monday, Jan. 20, I had the opportunity to take eight Page High School students to the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast hosted by the Greensboro Human Relations Commission. We were joined by church member and state Rep. Ashton Clemmons. As we...

The Parables: A World of Serious Playfulness and Wise Foolishness

Between Christmas and Easter, we are no longer beside the manger anymore. Jesus is all grown up, and that night in Bethlehem has faded into memory. But we are not yet at the cross and the empty tomb either. Instead, we find ourselves following Jesus around in his...

Making 2020 one beautiful day after another

The start of a new year is a good time to take a seat on the Neighborhood Trolley. FPC has one, currently on display in Currie Library. Joanne Rogers sent it a few years ago after we voted her late husband, Fred Rogers, winner of March Madness for Ministry. In case...

Welcome to FPC’s new home page!

This site is the result of two years of research and work by the Communications Committee, who reviewed the full network of FPC communications tools to determine the best use of each, and took a deep look at our site and those of a dozen other churches, Presbyterian...