Frederick Presbyterian Church (USA), located in downtown historic Frederick at 115 West Second Street, is a congregation committed to alive, participatory worship; local and world-wide missions; and opportunities for all ages to grow. All are welcome.
Wednesdays in Lent
Opportunities for reflection
Lent begins on Wednesday, February 18, when we celebrate Ash Wednesday. We will gather for worship at 6.30am and again at 7.30pm. All are welcome.
Between now and Holy Week, we will gather for Lenten reflection every Wednesday morning at 6.30 am. Each short service will include readings from Scripture as well as prayer. All are welcome.
Throughout the 40 days of Lent, FPC leaders and congregants will strive to dedicate one of three times each day to prayer: 5.30am, noon, or 5.30pm. Wherever you are, we encourage you to spend a few moments in quiet reflection.
During Academic Year
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|After Worship||Time for Fellowship|
|Wed Feb 25 • 6.30a||Lenten Morning Prayer|
|Wed Feb 25 • 6.30p||Open Door|
|Wed Feb 25 • 7.00p||Wednesday Night Study|
|Thu Feb 26 • 11.30a||Prime Timers|
|Sat Feb 28 • 8.30am||Men's Fellowship Breakfast|
|Sunday March 1||Food Gift Sunday. And the annual Health and Hygiene Collection Drive continues.|
|Sun Mar 1 • 9.30am||A Study on Death and Dying: first session.|
|Sundays, March 1, 8, 15, and 22, 9.30am:
A Study of Death and Dying. Most of us don't plan for death - whether our own or the deaths of loved ones. There are tools that can help to alleviate the pain and sadness that accompanies death, and becoming familiar with them ahead of time can help us to cope when death happens. We will hold A Study of Death and Dying the first 4 Sundays in March. Each session will address a different aspect of death and dying: spiritual, medical, and legal. On March 1, Pastor Eric Meyers will describe the Church's view of death. Please join us. All are welcome.
Special Plea: Frederick Rescue Mission
The cold is severe for everyone, but especially for those without a regular place to call home. Clients of the Rescue Mission are in dire need right now: their numbers are growing and supplies of needed items are dwindling. Please consider a donation to help the most vulnerable of our neighbors. The Rescue Mission is located at 419 West South Street; (301) 695-6633.
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