Events at FCC
Something is always going on at First Congregational Church
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Once a month, for nine months of the year, FCC members and friends gather in the kitchen to chop vegetables and make soup. Around 80 quarts of frozen soup are produced and donated to a local food pantry each month.
The annual church picnic is held in May. FCC provides hot dogs and hamburgers and members bring sides and desserts. The young and the young at heart participate in outdoor games.
Church Pot Luck Lunches
Three or four times per year, we have a pot luck lunch after church. Many members see this as an opportunity to show off their best recipes.
Every year, early in the Advent season, the assembly room becomes the location of a creative festival celebrating Advent. Activities include making Christmas wreaths, cards, and luminarias.
For the last few years, FCC has served its community as a polling place for early voting and on elections days.
The Metropolitan Organization (TMO)
FCC is an active member of TMO. We hold accountability sessions on our campus, and we participate in accountability meetings held at other locations.
Whether it is the Easter Egg Hunt, the Halloween Trunk or Treat, or the Christmas gift exchange, FCC celebrates the holidays!
Four times a year, FCC hosts a blood drive for the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center. This is scheduled on a Sunday so members can participate before during and after worship.
Sylvia Richards Memorial Lectures
This annual lecture series is named in memory of Dr. Sylvia Richards, our long time Commissioned Minister of Counseling and Community Life. The lectures cover topics related to peace and justice issues.