FPC News and Announcements

Youth-Parent Fall Kick-Off Potluck

Come meet the Youth Ministry leaders and learn more about this year’s youth program at the Youth-Parent Fall Kick-Off Potluck at 5:00 pm on Sunday, Sept. 13. If your last name begins with A-M, please bring a dessert to share. If your last name begins with N-Z, please bring a main dish to share. To RSVP or if you have questions, please contact miverson@fpctacoma.org. 

Kick-Off Sunday in Fellowship Hall on 9/13

Join us in Fellowship Hall on Sept. 13 at 9:15 am and get all the information you need about the various ministries and programs of FPC Tacoma for the coming year.

Worship and BBQ at Camp McCullough, Rain or Shine!

Join us this coming Sunday, August 30, for worship at Camp McCullough at 10:30 am, followed by a BBQ picnic. Cost of the BBQ is $5 per person or $15 per family. For more information, contact the church office at 253-272-3286 or generalinfo@fpctacoma.com. We will be celebrating on Sunday, rain or shine! Pastor Eric explains:
Did you know that when rain is used in the Bible it is almost always connected to God’s blessing?  And given the drought and recent wildfires, I think that we can consider any rain that we get this weekend a blessing as well. But, you may still be asking yourself, what does that mean for our worship service this Sunday at Camp McCullough?  And I’m happy to let you know that we are going forward with our plans for worship at Camp even if it is raining. If it does rain, we will most likely do  most of the service in the lodge and just go outside briefly for the baptism. And after the service, we will go forward with our Church Family Picnic—and some of us may even do some swimming in the rain. In any case, rain or shine, you will be blessed by this special time of worship and fellowship together.  I do hope that you will be able to be there.  

Town Hall Meeting This Sunday at 9:15am in Fellowship Hall

Q: What does a cry room, a clean and functional men’s bathroom, digital monitors in the hallways, and a repaired organ have in common?


A: Project Welcome
Come find out more at the Town Hall Meeting 
Sunday at 9:15 – Fellowship Hall – Treats and Good Coffee

Worship at Camp McCullough on August 30

On Sunday, August 30, join us for worship at Camp McCullough at 10:30 am, followed by a BBQ picnic. Cost of the BBQ is $5 per person or $15 per family. For more information, contact the church office at 253-272-3286 or generalinfo@fpctacoma.com. 

FPC Tacoma Featured in New Music Video by The Cloves—Concert This Friday at FPC!

The musical group The Cloves will be presenting “The Tacoma Cathedral Show” concert at Tacoma’s First Presbyterian Church this coming Friday, August 7 at 7:30 pm. Get your tickets now for this wonderful evening of music. Tickets are $8 if pre-purchased; and $10 at the door. In advance of their concert, The Cloves has just released a new music video filmed at First Pres. Enjoy!

The Cloves – Pass The Wine from AM STUDIO FILMS on Vimeo.

90-Day Gospel Challenge

90daylogosm.002The 90-Day Gospel Challenge is an exciting program where you commit to reading through the four gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) in 90 days. Starting on September 14, we are asking everyone connected with FPC Tacoma to participate by reading one chapter from the Bible each day for 90 days. While reading the chapter, we are asking people to reflect on two questions: “What is Jesus saying to me right now?” and “What am I going to do about it?” We are hoping that this study can change your life! On our special 90-Day Gospel Challenge Blog, we will publish a brief reflection on each day’s passage by a friend or member of FPC. So check the blog each day starting September 14!

Men’s Ministry 2015-16 Calendar

Announcing the 2015-16 calendar for FPC Men’s Ministry! We are seeking to be an army of God’s “Mighty Men”—men seeking to be Godly friends who know God, know each other, pray for each other, and hold each other accountable. Our campaign plan of action for 2015-16 will clarify the goals of the soldiers and lead to battles with the enemy that will strengthen each Mighty Man and prepare him for the next battle.
The 2015-2016 Campaign Calendar
August 16, 2015 Evening
HOPE 253 Event at Cheney Stadium—Crusade for Pierce County Christians.
September 15 through December 15, 2015
90 Day Gospel Challenge—Every man (1) reads a new Gospel chapter every day for 90 days; (2) carefully deduces what Jesus is actually saying to him; and (3) determines what he will do as a response (4) commits to meet regularly with a small group of men to hold each accountable for their plans to add Jesus’ requests to their everyday lives.
October 24, 2015
Iron Sharpens Iron in Auburn—Spend a Saturday in the company of Mighty Men from all over the area worshiping the Lord and engaging in fellowship with each other while experiencing workshops that train soldiers to be more effective in their battles.
February-March 2016
A series of studies exposing the scourge of pornography and developing armor to deflect and defeat it in every man’s life.
April-June 2016
Stepping Up—10 week series of events that will train up the Mighty Men for the 2016-2017 Campaign.
Personal Holiness in Times of Temptation—Four Saturday morning meetings with breakfast and study:
Holiness: How to get there from Here
Temptation: Why it’s so Tempting
Sex: a Man’s toughest Temptation

July 2015 Update from the Baughmans

Read the July update from FPC-supported missionaries Steve and Jennifer Baughman.

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