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We are committed to being the hands and heart and face of Christ in the world.

Here, everyone is welcome.

Seriously. Everyone.


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Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser
Sunday, March 8 – 11:00A
Join us after the service for the annual Community Camp Pancake Breakfast. Whether you are interested in attending your first Camp, a repeat camper, or can’t make it at all this year, this is a great way to support a great annual FP tradition.

Adult Forum:
Sunday, March 29 – 11:00A
FP WISE, the mental health task force, has written a covenant to become a nationally affiliated WISE (Welcoming, Inclusive, Supportive and Engaged) Congregation for Mental Health of the United Church of Christ. Rev. Amy Petré Hill will explain the process and lead the first of three Adult Forums to discuss the covenant. The congregation will vote on becoming a national WISE church and approve the covenant at the June annual meeting. Read the draft covenant here.

Help Save the Planet
Save the Date: April 5
Join FP’s Green Team in Plymouth Hall on Sunday, April 5, from 11:30A – 2:00P for a presentation, “The Climate Crisis and the Progressive Church – How Enlightened Believers Can Help Save the Planet.” Speakers will include Dennis Gallagher, the former Denver City Auditor, Colorado State Legislator and Professor Emeritus at Regis University; Dr. Marianne Langridge, a sustainability consultant; Peter Sawtell, the UCC’s expert on the environment and director of Eco-Justice Ministries, and others. Bring a bag lunch! Questions can be directed to Carol Weale, Betty Arca or Jerry Arca.