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.
Holy Week Schedule
Opportunities for reflection
Between now and Holy Week, FPC is gathering 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.
Palm Sunday, March 29: We will gather on the sidewalk in front of church for our annual Procession with Palms.
Maundy Thursday, April 2: We will gather at 7.30pm to commemorate Jesus' washing of his disciples' feet.
Good Friday, April 3: We will gather at 7.30pm on this most solemn of days, to recall Jesus' suffering and death on the cross.
Easter Sunday, April 5th: We will gather at 9.45am for the annual Egg Hunt. At 10.30, we will celebrate Jesus' Resurrection with a glorious Worship of music, Communion, and the Word!
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|
|Tue Mar 24 • 7.00p||Tuesday Study Group|
|Wed Mar 25 • 6.30a||Lenten Morning Prayer|
|Wed Mar 25 • 6.30p||Open Door|
|Wed Mar 25 • 7.00p||Wednesday Night Study|
|Thu Mar 26 • 11.30a||Prime Timers lunch at the American Legion|
March 29: Palm Sunday
|10.30am: We'll gather in front of the church with palm to commemorate Jesus entry into Jerusalem.|
|Immediately after Worship: The Great EggStravaganza! All ages are welcome to come dye Easter Eggs. We'll share a light lunch first, then get decorating! Please bring 1 dozen hard-boiled eggs and a basket for carrying (as well as smocks for children). We'll provide the dye! Thanks to the FPC youth group for hosting this annual event. (No evening youth group meeting.)|
|The annual Lenten Health and Hygiene Drive continues. The Sunday School classes are competing to see which groups collect the most items - but the real winners are the clients of the Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs. Needed items include diapers, laundry detergent, shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, shaving cream, lotions, and bath tissue. Collection days are dwindling - please bring your items with you on Sunday!|
Special Plea: Frederick Food Bank
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