This year’s Community Day for Edgewood Borough is scheduled for Saturday, August 29. For the first time, FPCE has decided to sponsor a game booth run by various members/friends of the church. Not only will we be handing out prizes from the game, but also brochures about our church to Community Day participants spreading the word about FROGS, upcoming events, etc. Come down to Koenig Field and support our game booth from 12Noon to 5PM.
On days like this we are inspired to declare: “This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad!” Bring that joyful spirit to worship this Sunday. A couple of classic hymns and newish one that we love to sing... My message will focus on healing conflict. Just hearing the word “conflict” can create an upturn in our level of anxiety. But conflict is step towards a healthier you, healthier relationships, even healthier international understanding.
I look forward to seeing you at 10:00 a.m. Sunday. The hour of worship will be well worth your while….
See you in church!
Good afternoon brothers and sisters of the FPCE family,
The sun is shining, The flowers are shouting their colors aloud for all to see and hear. The birds are chirping. And I am in the final stages of preparation for tomorrow morning’s worship experience.
I believe tomorrow morning’s readings are exciting. They describe events that changed the world. Whether people believe the events that are described, doubt them, flout them or ridicule them – the two events changed the history of the world – and still can! That is the amazing thing about this book we call the Bible. The words are alive – to inspire, to guide, to comfort, to confront, to challenge – you and me.
I look forward to singing, praying, learning and growing with you. I hope you can you make it.
See you in church!
I believe we are thoroughly watered….as it says somewhere in Isaiah “The waters are rising up to my neck!” I can assure that the sanctuary here at FPCE is welcoming and dry place to be on Sunday mornings. Please come this Sunday at 10:00 a.m. I am doing a sermon series on the many and varied things that occur in our lifetimes that cry out for healing. This week - “Healing the hurt of loss.”
See you on Sunday!
Hi all brothers, sisters and friends of FPCE,
First of all – I wish all of you a meaningful, fun and safe 4th.
On Sunday morning we will celebrate the meal of freedom that we Christians call the Lord’s Supper. The liturgy introducing the Lord’s Supper is different – and moving. Please come and share in the celebration that Jesus gave to us.
The sermon is based on a story where Jesus is said to be amazed. The Bible tells us that Jesus in only amazed two times in his ministry….do any of you remember when those two times of amazement occurred?
See you in church – 10:00 a.m.!