All seniors (65+) are invited to a delicious luncheon in the Fellowship Hall. The program will include some of your favorite songs!
Menu: chicken salad, croissants, chips, watermelon and beverages. Please let us know of any dietary restrictions!!
This event is FREE, but please make a reservation by completing this form or calling the church office (727-822-2031) and letting the receptionist know how many will attend.
For those living in the Westminster communities, transportation is provided by the residence. For those living in Presbyterian Towers, the church will provide transportation. The bus will pick up at 11:05 a.m. (reservations should be made by calling the church office or completing the following form).
The FPC Women’s Tuesday Bible Study invites you to a new study beginning April 9th entitled “One in a Million: Journey to Your Promise Land” by Priscilla Shirer. This study will encourage you to fully engage in the abundant life God has waiting for us.
Date: April 9th - May 21st, 2019
Tuesday morning: 9:15 - 11:30 A.M. (Youth Center) OR
Tuesday evening: 6:30 - 8:45 P.M. (Youth Center)
Workbooks will be available for $15. No previous Bible study experience is needed. Bring a friend!
Free childcare is available by clicking here.
Questions? Call or email April Hussung (727) 420-1758, stapler39@aolcom.
You don’t want to miss this popular FPC annual Easter event! (This year it is the week BEFORE Easter.) Bring your children and friends for one of the biggest Easter Egg hunts you will ever attend. There will be games, an inflatable slide, crafts and food. See you at the front of the church on the corner of Beach Drive and 7th Avenue.
Grow Your Faith! Keynote Speaker: Lynn Kiehne
Cedarkirk Camp and Conference Center, Saturday and Sunday, April 27-28, 2019. (Click here for directions to the camp.)
Enjoy fellowship and spiritual renewal in a comfortable, beautiful environment. Everyone is invited! Spend the night at the retreat center or just come for day. Activities are available for all ages including hiking, zip-line, ropes course, crafts and swimming in a child-friendly pool. On Saturday evening there will be a campfire, hayride and line-dancing. Children and students age 17 and under are FREE.
Registration forms are available in the church office and as bulletin inserts each Sunday through Palm Sunday. There will also be opportunities to register before the 9:00 church service each Sunday. For questions or more information about registration, contact Kathy Bardin, (727) 418-4577, or email email@example.com.
The 33rd Annual Festival of Praise features Guest Clinician and Organist Michael Hey, Associate Director of Music and Organist at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City. The event includes the Chancel Choir of First Presbyterian Church as well as singers and musicians from the community. Come hear the festival chorus and the thrilling organ masterworks of Michael Hey as we celebrate Jack Rain’s 50th anniversary as organist at FPC.
Guest Clinician and Organist
Messy Church and Choir resumes for children during Wednesday Night Live on February 13. Children meet in the Choir Room for fun music-related activities then enjoy a kid-friendly free meal in the Fellowship Hall. The evening wraps up with a time to creatively study Bible stories and celebrate faith.
The St. Olaf Choir, conducted by Anton Armstrong, will perform throughout Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Florida, on its 2019 Winter Tour. The St. Olaf Choir, comprised of 75 mixed voices, is the premier a cappella choir in the United States. Tickets are available by CLICKING HERE or by calling (800) 363-5487. Be sure to select the St. Petersburg concert when ordering your tickets. Get $4 off by entering the promo code TIMES.
All women are invited to join the fun and fellowship as we make prayer jars for the Lenten season to give to young families of our church and Day School. There is a job for everyone! No experience or skill required. Bring scissors and a glue gun if you have them.
Please join us at 9:00 am or 7:00 pm for the Day School annual Open House to discover what FPDS can offer your child and family. The event will include an introduction to our school, explanation of our philosophy, and highlights of our program. A tour of our campus led by the Day School Advisory Committee will follow the presentation. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org so that you may receive current registration information.
Three world-class musicians redefine the chamber music genre with the fusion of classical, jazz, Americana and Latin styles. With TRUMPET, FRENCH HORN and PIANO, plus the bonus of a brilliant operatic tenor, BRASS ROOTS TRIO wraps the audience in exquisite sounds. The trio has dazzled audiences and critics alike with their pyrotechnic virtuosity, artistic passion and adventurous programming.
A Christmas party for kids and their families. Come in pajamas for a fun evening of games, crafts, refreshments, balloon artist and a visit from Santa. Party will be in the Fellowship Hall. Hosted by the Children’s Ministry and the Day School. Questions? Email email@example.com.
A SPACE FOR CREATION - Expressive Arts as Spiritual Practice with Rev. Alisun Donovan
Dinner at 5:30 p.m. - Chili & baked potato topping bar
Program at 6:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall
$5 per adults; children under 12 are free.
Call the church office to make a reservation (727) 822-2031
Note: There is no children’s music tonight. Free child care is available but reservations are suggested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the original chant melody that inspired O Come, All Ye Faithful to the music of Irving Berlin, the singers of The Master Chorale, along with guests from Lumina Youth Choirs and a host of instrumentalists, will treat audiences to a special evening of sacred and secular tunes that are sure to warm hearts and spread holiday cheer.