Worship & Sunday School
Worship is at 8:30 and 11:00 am with nursery care and Godly Play offered at both services. Sunday School / Education Hour is at 9:30 am.
- Children pre-k through 5th grades begin in music before being ushered to their Sunday school classrooms; younger children have music on the third floor, and older children in the Choir Room.
- Coffee Hour begins at 10:30 am in Fellowship Hall -- all are welcomed!
- This fall, High School Sunday School will combine with Adult Sunday School in KC4a and discuss topic of teens and Christianity. Kenda Creasy Dean's book "Almost Christian" will be discussed.
You are invited by the Session to join one of our discussion groups this fall on the direction of our ministry for the next five years. As an engaged congregation with so much to give to each other and our Annapolis community, we believe it is important to ask ourselves the questions, “How can we take advantage of our gifts and share them more deeply with our faith community?” “How can we best respond to God’s call?” The discussions will serve as the foundation for the Session’s new five year plan for our ministry. Discussion groups will meet in homes of congregation members. Please sign-up by following this link to an on-line form. There are also sign-up sheets in the Conduit.
THE "JUNQUE" SALE: SEPTEMBER 25-27
Give to a good cause. Proceeds from the Junque Sale go to The Light House Shelter, Food Link, Meals on Wheels, and more. Support in three ways: Donate items (drop off dates Sept. 22 & 23), Give time (price items and set-up Sept. 22 & 23), or Purchase items (Sept 25-27). Please email Judy Dryden with questions.
The Great Mission Event
Sunday, September 28 will begin with a string of “Minutes for Mission” speakers during both church services. Come hear relevant and compelling personal stories from the Mission work in which the FPC family is involved, and find out ways you can start or continue your involvement. Special information will be available at Coffee Hour between the services in Fellowship Hall.
Life In Rwanda
Join the Hays family for dessert on Sunday, September 28 from 6:00-8:00 pm in Fellowship Hall as they tell of their past year in the small East African country of Rwanda: CC was in a regional hospital that managed the deliveries of 25 babies a day; Emily, attended a Rwandan high school; and Steve, volunteered in an orphanage of 100 boys. The conversation will be something you don't want to miss.
Kenda Creasy Dean Lecture
“Almost Christian: What the Faith of our Teenagers is Telling the American Church”: On Sunday evening, November 16, Pastor and Princeton Theological Seminary Professor Kenda Creasy Dean will join us for dinner and discuss her insights as she challenges churches to take a look at both their messaging and what type of faith they model for teens and young adults. This event is open to all adults and teens. For more information and to register, visit www.annapolis-presbyterian.com/dean-lecture.
Bulletins are with sermons.