Sponsor a camper: Vacation Bible School 2018 Please consider sponsoring a VBS camper at $30/camper. This summer nearly 100 children and youth will occupy FCC for an entire week of VBS programming! We are asking that you help us prepare for continued… Read More

It will be soon be spring… Time to start gardening! Last year, we built raised beds in our 7th Avenue parking lot and filled them with garden soil. This year we are ready to fill them with seeds and young plants…AND we… Read More

Coming to the Tulip Luncheon and Silent Auction . . . THE BEATLES!   Christine Kastell, Curator of History and Anthropology at the Putnam Museum in Davenport, will take us through the lives and the music of John, Ringo, George and Paul…. Read More

Youth Spring Lawn Clean Auction – April 15th during fellowship Spring Lawn Clean Day – April 21st    It’s that time of year again…time to clean out your landscaping beds and get your lawns in tip top order! Why do the work… Read More

The Congregation met after worship on Sunday March 18th, 2018, to vote on whether to adopt the Open and Affirming Covenant as proposed by Council.  The result of the confidential, paper ballot was to approve the motion and adopt the ONA Covenant:… Read More

Valentines Dinner Theater was a smashing success!   For over a decade the annual Valentine’s Dinner Theater has been an enjoyable evening with good friends, delicious food and great entertainment…and this year did not disappoint! Talents varied from family music and dance… Read More

During the season of Lent, the congregation is prayerfully discerning whether to become an Open and Affirming (ONA) church.  ONA is an official covenant of welcome to people who have come to expect that “All are welcome” does not include them–people whose… Read More

Once again we are setting the stage for the annual Valentine’s Dinner Theater! Plan to attend as the Youth serve you a delicious dinner, and then enjoy all the talent FCC has to offer. New this year: Silent Auction themed baskets….a Wellness… Read More

Our Church Council called a special meeting on June 25th. On the agenda was a motion to withdraw $95,000 from our Endowment Fund to address three urgently needed building repairs. The motion passed unanimously.    First, our roof shingles had exceeded their… Read More

Door Issues

We found that our Tower Door was remaining open all hours because, after 100 years of use, the latch no longer works.  Until the parts come in and the door is repaired, we are forced to lock the door physically. Members who… Read More