Are you interested in becoming a member/Covenant Partner of FPC Tacoma? Do you have questions about what it means to be a Presbyterian? Come to class and get your questions answered. A light lunch will be served. Childcare available on request. Please RSVP by calling the church office at 253-272-3286. For questions, contact Pastor Becci Curtis-Lillie at email@example.com.
During Lent, we will be offering an Adult Sunday School class at 9:15 am on Sundays focused on the book The Art of Neighboring. The class will be led by Pastor Eric and Pastor Becci and meet in South Chapel. Get your own copy and use it as part of your Lenten journey as you prepare for Easter.
Alpha is a worldwide program designed to help Christians share the good news of the gospel with friends and neighbors. We are very interested in Alpha as a key component of our Inside Out initiative. We are looking for a few people who are interested in a day long training for Alpha in Portland on Saturday, March 14th. If you are interested in attending or have questions, please contact Michelle Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help your children learn about the real meaning of Communion in this class that takes place on Sunday, March 22 from 12:30-1:30 pm. The recommended age for child participants is 2nd grade or older. Free pizza will be supplied. Important: One parent or guardian must attend. RSVP to Julie Brownlee @ email@example.com. Only a few spots are left!
Join your FPC family at Rollin’ 253 on Friday, Feb. 27 from 3:30-5:30 pm. Admission is $3 and skate rental is also $3. Let’s roll! Call Julie Brownlee at 253-389-8443 if you have questions.
Please join us as we begin our Lenten journey with a worship service of contemplation and reflection. The service starts at 7:00 pm in the Sanctuary. You are also invited to come to dinner in Stone Hall at 6:00 pm. Dinner is just $3 per person or $10 per family. Nursery and childcare will be available during the service. There will be no Chapel Bell Practice on this Wednesday night.
Humans are designed for work as much as they are designed for rest. Unfortunately, our culture is to a large degree imbalanced towards work. One of the many ways one can rest without remaining completely sedentary is to fly fish…to get away from the busyness of life; to connect with others, and enjoy the beauty of what God has created in nature. Time on the water can also provide a space for connecting with God. If you are interested in learning how to fly fish see Michael Lillie after the service at the fly fishing table in the Fellowship Hall or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Michael is working to plan two events for this next year. First is an introduction to fly fishing day where anyone, regardless of experience can come and learn to fish. The second is a three-day retreat to a more remote location where one can enjoy connecting with others in God’s creation.
Our own incredibly dynamic Liz Jacobsen kicks off this free course and relaxed get-to-know-each-other Saturday evening series based upon the critically-acclaimed work and DVD series, Spiritual Parenting by Michelle Anthony. A tasty grown-up dessert is included, and childcare will be provided. Please bring a peanut-free and latex-free snack for your children. Begins January 31st from 6:00-7:30 pm in South Chapel. The next meeting is March 21 at 6:00 pm.
Men of the church, join us for our next men’s breakfast in Stone Hall on Saturday, Feb. 21 starting @ 8:30 am. For more information, contact Jim Boyd, email@example.com.
Find out what’s happening with FPC missionaries Brendan and Erin Connally in Peru by reading their January newsletter.