Yesserreee First Friends got the power! You need a place to warm up or charge up your devices? Come on by tomorrow morning – and stay for worship Don’t forget it’s
spring forward time….
9am will be our Unprogrammed Meeting in the Gathering Room.
10am kids will meet upstairs in their Small Groups, I hear it is going to be lots of fun! Adults can join Jack Kirk and Friends as he introduces us to some Quaker Heroes. Coffee and snacks will be available.
11am Deborah continues her Message on the beatitudes: Blessed are the Merciful. A special Young Friend will be joining her on facing bench : )
To view this Sunday’s bulletin, click here:March 9
Deborah Suess will continue to bring her Sunday morning message on the Beattitudes. This Sunday, Blessed are those who are hungry and thirsty. Karen and Scott Watts will join her on Facing Bench with a special guest to provide the Young Friends Message. This will take place during our 11am Programed Worship.
Our 9am Unprogrammed Meeting will be downstairs in the Gathering Room.
10am we will continue our small group, Quaker Heroes Then & Now. Remember that kids are still meeting upstairs in their small groups too! Feel free to bring a snack to share.
We also will have our Monthly Meeting at 12:15 pm. Typically will not last more than an hour and all are welcome to join.
To view this Sundays bulletin, click here:March 2
This Sunday Deborah continues her messages on the beatitudes during the 11 am Worship–Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.
9am unprogrammed Meeting in the Gathering Room.
10 am join special guest, Lynn Clouser Holt, a Friend from Northwest Yearly Meeting who will be sharing about Elizabeth Frye during our Quaker Heroes Then & Now small group gathering. The kids will be meeting in their small groups to make Blessing Bags for our food pantry.
Also remember that M&C will meet at the Rise of Worship in room 102.
To view this Sunday’s bulletin, click here:February 23
This Sunday will be a day of learning and fellowship. Help us welcome Brent Bill, FGC’s Coordinator of New Meeting Projects. Brent is a well-known seasoned Friend who is an a photographer, congregational consultant, retreat leader, and recorded Friends minister. He is author of more than 20 books, including Holy Silence: The Gift of Quaker Spirituality and Sacred Compass: The Way of Spiritual Discernment.
Brent will hold a 10 am forum in the Fellowship Hall, “Community, Accountability, & Friends.” All are welcome to join!
11am Brent will offer the morning message, “Life Together.”
As always we welcome you to join us at 9 am in the Gathering Room for Unprogrammed Worship and the children will have their regular small groups upstairs. A fully staffed nursery will be available from 9am-Noon.
To view this Sunday’s bulletin, click here:February 9
Sunday morning events:
9am-Unprogrammed Worship located downstairs in the Gathering Room
10am-Small groups Kids will meet upstairs in their normal class rooms. Adults please join us in the Fellowship Hall for a six week forum: Quaker Heroes Then and Now. We will be consider figures from our past and present and how their lives speak to us as individuals and as a community.
11am-Programmed Worship located upstairs in the Meetingroom, Deborah offers the morning message, ” Blessed Are You, Part 1″ talking about the beatitudes. Our recent newlyweds Brittany and Seth will be joining her on the Facing Bench.
12:10pm-Monthly Meeting for Business. All welcome to join.
To view this Sunday’s bulletin, click here:February 2
Saturday, January 25, Philip Gulley joins us for a “fireside chat” with reflections and storytelling in the Fellowship Hall.
Sunday, January 26, he will join us during the 9 am unprogrammed Meeting for Worship located downstairs in the Gathering Room.
10am-Phil presents a forum on Community downstairs in the Fellowship Hall. Coffee and tea will be provided.
11am-Phil will offer us the morning message, “So Must We Think Anew.”
Noon will provide a time of lunch and fellowship.
1-3 pm will be a discussion based on his new book, “Living the Quaker Way.” We will have discussions lead by Phil will follow up from First Friends Meeting Members.
Bring a friend or family member who is interested in learning more about the Quaker way this weekend to First Friends Meeting! Visit www.triadquakers.org for more details of his visit.
To view this Sunday’s bulletin, click here:January 26
9am-Unprogrammed Meeting downstairs in the Gathering Room.
10am–Small groups are back. Children meet upstairs and Sarah Beth Terrell will lead another guided meditation in the Fellowship Hall. Coffee and tea provided.
11am–Deborah Suess offers the morning message, “Coming Down to the River.”
Noon-Ministry & Counsel meets in room 203.
Please remember that committees our now in full swing and to check the bulletin and Weekly Friend for meeting times and dates.
To view this Sundays bulletin, click here:January 19
Decorations are down and life is getting back to the normal rhythm once again. Join us for another eventful Sunday with all your Friends!
9am-Unprogrammed-downstairs in the Gathering Room
10am-Small Groups Children groups resume upstairs. Sara Beth Terrell will lead guided mediation in the Fellowship Hall at 10am sharp! Coffee and hot tea will be available to warm you up!
11am-Semi-Programmed Deborah is back and rested up! She will be offering the morning message, “Severus, Wise Men & Church.”
6pm- Old fashion hymn sing in the Meetingroom. A few spirited singers from our congregation are hosting an evening of fun and nostalgia. Sing & request hymns you love to hear. Dinner will follow at a local restaurant.
It is cold outside but warm hearts will be here to welcome you this Sunday! To view this Sundays bulletin, click here:January 12
Join us in the new year at First Friends Meeting!9am we will have our unprogrammed worship in the Gathering Room located downstairs.
10am gather to meet new Friends or catchup with old Friends. We will have coffee, tea, hot chocolate, as well as breakfast goodies in the Fellowship Hall.
11am During our semi-programmed Meeting, Sara Beth Terrell offers the morning message, “Standing Next to Jesus.”
12:15pm Monthly Meeting for business. Typically last no more than an hour and all our welcome to join. To view this Sunday’s bulletin, click here:January 5, 2014