Annual Church Picnic!

Annual Church Picnic!

CHURCH PICNIC 2024—SAVE THE DATE! Mark your calendars now for the church picnic on May 19 right after the 11 am service. The church will provide the main dish of Hamburgers and Hotdogs as well as Sunshine Sammies! We ask that you please bring a side dish to share....
The Tale of the Three Trees

The Tale of the Three Trees

Children’s Musical Come hear the FPCA Children’s Choirs present “The Tale of the Three Trees,” a musical by Tom Long & Allen Pote. Friday April 26. Congregational Dinner at 5:30 pm, followed by the show at 6:30 pm. Come and support these wonderful young people and...
Black in Asheville

Black in Asheville

“Black in Asheville” Film Screening on Sunday, April 28, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm in the Sanctuary “Black in Asheville” brings together Asheville residents and historians to recount Asheville’s Black history, beginning with the Antebellum Period and exploring...
Gallery Exhibit: The Saint John’s Bible

Gallery Exhibit: The Saint John’s Bible

Donald Jackson, renowned calligrapher and artist from Wales, approached Saint John’s Abbey and Saint John’s University in Collegeville MN with his dream of creating the first handwritten and illuminated Bible since the invention of the printing press. Jackson would...
Library Additions

Library Additions

Recent additions to our Library include: God’s Secretaries: The Making of the King James Bible, by Adam Nicolson (donated) Faithful Families for Lent, Easter, and Resurrection, by Traci Smith Soul Keeping: Caring for the Most Important Part of You, by John...
Lent and Holy Week

Lent and Holy Week

For centuries, Christians have marked the season of Lent with special spiritual practices that are designed to make room for the Spirit, to grow in our faith, and turn our hearts toward God. It’s my hope that, as you look through the services and programs offered at...

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