Worship at FPC is for everyone! We encourage adults and children to bring their musical and
dramatic gifts as part of our weekly and special services. A chancel choir is accompanied by our pipe organ, piano and
our gifted keyboard accompanists. Our Bells of Praise bell choir is known throughout Oklahoma, and we even have an occasional
visit from a bagpiper! Bring your guitar to Guitar Sunday! And if you have a gift for drama, we have a role for you.
We observe the seasons of the church year with special services for Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Easter, Pentecost and All Saints Day. The Lord’s Supper is served monthly and at special services throughout the year.
No time for breakfast? Come between 9:30 and 10:30 to enjoy free coffee, juice, donuts and conversation in the Sonshine Cafe. We are looking forward to getting to know you!
Our English-language worship begins at 11:00 a.m. and
our Dinka-language worship begins at 2:00 p.m. each Sunday.and the Lord's Supper is served
at both services on the first Sunday of each month.
We want you to come as you are most comfortable! You
will see a wide variety of clothing styles, from casual
western-wear or sportswear, a few guys in jackets & ties
(and many who are not).
At FPC we think that children are a gift from God and they are always welcome in worship, even when they are "acting like kids." But we also understand that some children aren't yet able to be content for a whole hour, and that distracted parents aren't able to focus on worship: So during the 11:00 a.m. service, a nursery is available for children up to age 4 (there is also a glass-enclosed "soothing room" with speakers for parents with crying babies who want to stay with their child and still hear the worship); children aged 4-7 may spend time in "Godly Play" during the adult's sermon time. Children 7 and older should plan to sit with their parents as they learn to worship with the whole Body of Christ.
Does your child play and instrument or sing? We also encourage children and youth to participate regularly in the worship service with their own musical offerings.