FPC News and Announcements

Fiction For Everyone

This Sunday (May 19), the FPC Library will be displaying books from our collection of fiction. With over 600 fiction books for adults and over 400 fiction books for youth and children, we have something for everyone!
 
See our adult fiction in our online catalog here, our youth fiction here, and all of our children’s books here. We also have DVDs and Audio CDs (see our collection here) if that’s a better fit for your family. Stop by on Sunday and take a look!
 
The FPC Library is located in Fellowship Hall and open before and after the service on Sunday mornings. You can contact us by email here.


50th Anniversary Handbell Celebration: Sunday, May 19

You are invited to a joyous celebration of handbells and worship this Sunday, May 19 as First Presbyterian Church (FPC) of Tacoma celebrates the 50th anniversary of its handbell program, founded by Bob Gorham. A special anniversary bell choir featuring ringers past and present will lead worship supplemented by brass, pipe organ, piano, and Chancel Choir in a special service you won’t want to miss. The handbell ringers will perform three specially commissioned pieces, “There is a Balm in Gilead,” “What a Friend We Have in Jesus,” and the official premiere of a dramatic new setting of “Come, Christians Join to Sing” written by nationally acclaimed composer and arranger Joel Raney, featuring handbells, brass, pipe organ, piano, and Chancel Choir. This new piece was commissioned just for this special celebration. Additional new arrangements of hymns will be supplied by FPC’s own Minister of Worship Dr. Daniel Perrin. The handbell choir will be directed by Daniel Heath and director emeritus Bob Gorham. You won’t want to miss this exciting service, starting at 10:30 am! For a taste of what to expect, watch last year’s performance of “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” by our Lindsey Bell Choir.
 



Mother’s Day Books

This Sunday (May 12) the FPC Library will be displaying books on motherhood/mothering in honor of Mother’s Day! 
 
Take a look in our online catalog here to get a preview of the books. We also have fiction, non-fiction, and DVDs for the whole family. Make sure to stop by in person on Sunday and take a look at our collection. 
 
The FPC Library is located in Fellowship Hall and open before and after the service on Sunday morning. You can contact us by email here.


Sharing Jesus’ Love With Muslims

What is Jesus doing in the lives of Muslims? How can you reach out to your Muslim friends and neighbors? What does the Koran really say? This Sunday (May 5), stop by the FPC Library for books about these topics!
 
The FPC Library’s books on Islam can be found in our online catalog here. You’ll find fascinating stories of Muslims turning to Christ, information to help you better understand what your Muslim friends believe, and practical guides for explaining what you believe to them.
 
The FPC Library is located in Fellowship Hall and open before and after the service on Sunday mornings. You can contact us through email here.


Human Beings and Intelligent Design

This Sunday (April 28), the FPC Library will be displaying books on science, faith, and human beings and intelligent design. A new Sunday School class on this topic starts on Sunday and you can stop by afterward to checkout books for further research.
 
You can browse all our resources on science and faith in our online catalog here.
 
The FPC Library is located in Fellowship Hall and open before and after the service on Sunday mornings. You can contact us by email here.


Watch Easter Celebration 2019!

Thanks to FPC’s Chip Van Gilder, you can experience our Easter 2019 celebration on YouTube. So if you weren’t able to come this year, or if you’d like to experience it again, enjoy!
 

 


Easter Celebration 2019: You Are Invited!

Join us THIS Sunday morning for brunch at 9:00 am followed by our Easter celebration service at 10:30 am. The service  will feature a special message from Pastor Eric Jacobsen plus music by our chancel choir, Lindsey handbell choir, worship band, and a 22-piece orchestra! You won’t want to miss this Easter at FPC Tacoma. Celebrate our risen Savior!



Watch Good Friday 2019: The Last Words

Around 300 people attended our powerful Good Friday Service on Friday night, featuring the presentation of “The Last Words” by our Minister of Worship Dr. Daniel Perrin. Many thanks to Chip Van Gilder for taping and uploading the video! Watch it below… and remember to come to our Easter celebration on Sunday, starting with brunch at 9:00 am and continuing with our worship celebration at 10:30 am with full orchestra, chancel choir, handbell choir, pipe organ, worship band, and more!
 



Remember to Attend The Last Words TONIGHT!

Remember to attend our powerful Good Friday Communion service TONIGHT at 7:00 pm in the Sanctuary. The hour-long service will feature an original choral and dramatic work by FPC’s own Minister of Worship, Dr. Daniel Perrin, and be presented by the FPC Chancel Choir, instrumentalists, and professional actor Kevin Pitman. The service will also include Communion accompanied by music from our worship band.



FPC Library Closed on Easter Sunday

On Easter Sunday (April 21), the FPC Library will be closed. Enjoy our Easter service and celebrate with family and friends! Don’t forget to stop by and see us the next Sunday before or after the service!
 
The FPC Library is located in Fellowship Hall and usually open before and after the service on Sunday mornings. If you have any questions, send us an email here!



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