FPC News and Announcements

Books and Resources on Marriage

This Sunday (February 9), the FPC Library will be displaying books and resources on marriage, dating, and similar topics! We have books for people who are already married, people who are dating, people who are single, and everything in between.
 
We have books by Timothy Keller, Gary Smalley, Les and Leslie Parrott, Jim Smoke, Tim Evans, and many more. Our books on marriage can be found our online catalog here. All of our books are catalogued, but not all of them are tagged according to what subject they cover, so they may not all show up in the search. If you are looking for a specific book on marriage, try searching for that book and ask the librarian about it on Sunday. Stop by in person to see our whole collection!
 
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.


Daniel Perrin’s “Taken Generation” to be Presented Feb. 10 in Issaquah

For many years, FPC Minister of Worship Dr. Daniel Perrin has been working on a powerful musical titled Taken Generation, which is set in the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II. On Monday, February 10, the musical will be presented as a staged reading at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 22116 SE 51st Place, Issaquah, at 7:30 pm. FPC members and friends are invited to attend this special free event.

Taken Generation tells the story of three friends who grew up together in pre-World War II, Warsaw. When the country is subjugated and a ghetto created for the Jews, the friends find a way to survive while resisting the Nazis. Adam is the son of a Rabbi, Marek is a priest, and Rachel is an entertainer at The Cabaret, a nightclub within the ghetto walls.

The reading is professionally directed and acted. Due to subject matter, a PG rating is appropriate. This is a free event and open to the public. If you need more information, contact jwest@fpctacoma.org.



Missions Sunday at the Library

Stop by the FPC Library on Missions Sunday (February 2) for stories about missionaries and other books on missions! We have many fascinating stories of Christian missionaries that you can check out.
 
Our books on Missions are fully catalogued in our online catalog and can be browsed online here. Stop by on Sunday to re-read an inspiring missionary tale or discover a new one for yourself! We also have missionary stories and biographies geared toward youth and children for family reading time.
 
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.


Reminder: Memorial Service for John West on Saturday

Everyone is invited to the Memorial Service to celebrate the life of John West Sr. this Saturday (Jan. 18) at 2:00 pm. A reception with food and refreshments will follow. A World War II veteran, John had a wonderful life serving the community, the church, and his family. John, Sonja, Katherine, and Garrett West invite you to join them in marking the homecoming of a beloved dad and grandfather.



Sanctity of Life Sunday at the Library

This Sunday (January 19), we celebrate Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. The FPC Library will be displaying books and other resources about abortion, euthanasia, and other similar topics.
 
One DVD of interest is Unplannedthe recently released DVD about a former Planned Parenthood clinic director. We also have the original book Unplanned. Another book of interest is Won By Love by “Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade. You can take a look at all of our pro-life resources in our online catalog here.
 
The FPC Library is located in Fellowship Hall and open before and after the service. If you have any questions, send us an email here.


Early Warning: FPC Summer Camp 2020 Information

Information is now available about FPC’s 2020 summer camps for youth and kids at Camp McCullough. Download a flyer with the dates and information.



FPC Women’s Retreat 2020: Register Now!

Register now for the FPC Women’s Retreat at Camp McCullough on Feb. 21-22. The theme is “Go and See: An Invitation to Believe You Have a Divine Purpose.” The featured speaker is Jaci Loween. Cost is $70 by February 9, or $80 after February 9. There is also a $10 discount for first-timers.  Again, you can register now.




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