Sunday, April 15th, 2018 ~ Third Sunday of Easter
The truth of the two estate sales of life, one that is fleeting and the other that is eternal is that a life dedicated to stewardship in the Lord is a life of joy, peace, hope and celebration.
I Chronicles 29:1-20
Look at the World By: John Rutter Performed by: Aria Cramer and Christian Sauder
Sunday, April 8th, 2018 ~ Second Sunday of Easter
Let us all commit today to choose to receive the Holy Spirit and live our lives in His power. In so doing we will be living as new creations with the peace of Christ. We will also be living examples for those who have been baptized into the body, fulfilling the vow we made at their baptisms.
Wondrous Love By Parker and Shaw Performed by the FFC Chancel Choir
Sunday, April 1, 2018 ~ Easter Sunday
The story of Easter ends with us, with each one of us. It calls upon us to be foolish enough to take Jesus seriously. We do not know what the Future holds but we do know this, no matter what the Future holds it is the Resurrected Lord in Whose Hands it is held. Christ beckons us into the Future. We may never know where we will see Him, but we will see Him often in unexpected places and at unexpected times. We cannot escape either Him or His claim upon our lives.
Sunday, March 25th, 2018 ~ Palm Sunday
In love, God has chosen to partner with us to become the vehicles by which the Good News of Jesus Christ is carried into the city, the city of Peoria, even though God does not need us.
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Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 ~ Lenten Eventide Service
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Mark 1:9-15 Special Music
Pie Jesu By: Andrew Lloyd Weber Performed by: Aria Cramer and Russel Boulton
Sunday, March 18th, 2018 ~ Fifth Sunday in Lent
Text: I will put my law within them, and I will write it on their hearts. (
I wonder what God meant when God told Jeremiah that the law would be “written on their hearts”?
Sunday, March 18th ~ Music:
Jesus Shall Reign Performed by the FFC Chancel Bells
I Choose Love by Mark A. Miller Performed by the FFC Chancel Choir
Sunday, March 11th, 2018 ~ Fourth Sunday in Lent
The reason that we do good works and live the way we live is our thank you note to God for what God has done for us in Jesus Christ. Our lives–the decisions that we make, the things that we do and do not do–are not for our edification but God’s glorification. God created us in Christ Jesus, the writer of Ephesians said, so that we can do the good works that God prepared for us to do before we were even born.
Sunday, March 11th ~ Music:
When Morning Gilds The Skies Performed by the FFC Chancel Choir
And Can It Be that I Should Gain by John Purifoy Performed by the FFC Chancel Choir
God So Loved the World By: John Stainer Performed by: FFC Chancel Choir
Sunday, March 4th ~ 3rd Sunday In Lent
Sunday, March 4th ~ Music
The Heavens Are Telling By: Joseph Hayden Performed by: First Federated Church Chancel Choir Soloists: Karen Henderson, Karl Kuppler, and Dick Hanson
The River By: Laura Ann Page Performed by: First Federated Chancel Bells