This is a list of all news items, in reverse order of when they were posted.
FPC's Famous Apple Pies are back! Pie sales will take place for four weekends (Saturdays and Sunday) this fall starting on Saturday, September 23. Pies are still $18 each.
The FPC Pie Shed will be open on Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM - 1 PM or until the pies are sold. The FPC Pie Shed is located at 353 Great Road, Stow, at the intersection of routes 117 and 62. For more information, email email@example.com.
Apples for our pies have been generously donated by Shelburne Farm in Stow. Read more
Our Annual Plant Sale will take place in front of the carriage shed on May 20th. The sale takes place rain or shine.
DONATIONS: We ask FPC gardeners and lovers of the earth for plants—lots of plants! Please look around your property for plants to donate to the sale. Plants that are different or unusual are especially desirable, the kinds of plants that if they weren’t already in your yard or garden, you yourself would like to buy. We seek shrubs, small trees, ground cover, herbs, perennials, and vegetable or flowering plants you may have started. Plant drop off starts on Friday May... Read more
At the end of April, we will gather once again on the beautiful coast of Southern Maine for our annual Retreat at the Ferry Beach Retreat & Conference Center, a lovely retreat community.
Our Ferry Beach Retreat is a great way to relax, have fun, and get to know your fellow parishioners.
Over the weekend, you can participate in our scheduled group activities where you can learn something new or discuss meaningful topics. For example, we may offer early morning meditation, a discussion group, yoga on the beach or a craft activity, or you may
Pass Go and come on down to the FPC Spring Auction! This event will include an on-line silent auction (starting at midnight on March 26th and ending on April 5th), and a live event on April 1st with both silent auction and live auction opportunities.
We will gather the evening of April 1st to socialize a bit before the auction. Those who want to partake in light snacks, wine, beer, and soft drinks will find them in the Vestry and Community Room. The Fellowship Hall will also be open for those who want to socialize without food and... Read more
THIS CONCERT IS SOLD OUT!
We can also confirm that the concert will proceed as scheduled in spite of the snow storm last night.
The New Revival Coffeehouse is proud to present renowned vocalist Heather Maloney at a live concert on Saturday, March 4 at 7:30 p.m.Read more
Ticket sales on Eventbrite end February 4 at 8 a.m. Tickets will be available at the door for $20.
440 Gypsy Jazz is a quartet that expands the gypsy jazz tradition of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. They play danceable swing standards from the era of Cole Porter, George Gershwin and Benny Goodman, as well as originals from the band.... Read more
Time to sign up for Small Group Ministry for 2023!
We are forming new groups of 8-10 people who will meet monthly, starting in February, with a trained facilitator to discuss a session topic. The topics are chosen to provide an opportunity for Intimacy and Ultimacy - increasing awareness of yourself and connections to other group members. We encourage existing participants to join again, either in the same or in a new group, and particularly welcome those new to the program or new to the church. This is an excellent way to become part of this beloved community.
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This special music-filled Sunday service is meant as a gift to the larger community. Under the direction of our music director, Brad Dumont, with guest soloists and accompanied by string players from the community, our choir will perform Vivaldi's joyous Gloria and other seasonal tunes woven throughout the service.Read more