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Worship Schedule

Baptism at FPCRO
10:30am Worship in the Sanctuary

Holy Week and Easter Worship Services

Easter takes on the most meaning when we also enter the story of Jesus’ arrest and crucifixion. Join us for worship throughout Holy Week and on Easter Sunday!

  • Maundy Thursday, March 28: Soup Supper at 6pm, Worship at 7pm with Communion and readings of Jesus washing his disciples feet and praying in the garden.

  • Good Friday, March 29: Worship at 7pm with choir, scripture, reflections, and sermon. We’ll explore the things Jesus carried as he went to the cross, including the crown of thorns, the sin of the world, and the amazing love of God.

  • Easter Sunday, March 31: Worship Services at 9am & 11am in the sanctuary, with brass accompaniment, as we sing “Alleluia” and proclaim that Christ is risen, indeed!

Worship at 9am & 10:30am

  • The 9am service takes place in Evans Chapel.

  • The 10:30am service in the Sanctuary is livestreamed to our Vimeo, YouTube, and Facebook pages and is available to watch on those pages later at your convenience. Access the bulletin for worship and a printed copy of the sermon here

  • We want to encourage congregation members to be wise and to make efforts to stay healthy.

    • Masking is always welcome inside the church.

    • We request that you stay home when you are sick. Worship online on Sundays and make other arrangements for mid-week ministry and visits.

  • The Session of FPCRO strongly encourages members of the FPCRO community to stay up to date with all of their CDC-recommended vaccinations and boosters, including the flu and COVID-19 vaccines. If you need assistance getting a vaccine or other support, please contact the church office.

  • Our Prayground for young children is open and available in the sanctuary for families to use during worship. 

Communion

On the first Sunday of the month, we enjoy communion at the Lord's Table. Everyone is welcome to receive communion! You are welcome at God’s table here regardless of your denomination or affiliation. A gluten free option is available. Those at home are invited to participate using elements they have nearby (cracker or bread; juice, wine or water). 

 

Livestream

Watch a livestream of the 10:30am service on Sundays on our Vimeo page, YouTube page, or our Facebook page. (Or anytime later in the day/week.) If you access the service on the Facebook page, you may need to scroll down until you see the post for the service. Anyone can view the service on Facebook, whether or you have a Facebook account yourself. Call the office if you have any trouble finding or accessing the service — we want to help!

If you would like to follow along in the service with our printed bulletin, download a copy here.

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