Come as you are
Welcome, we are so glad you’re here. Our desire is to provide a place for you to connect, find purpose, and grow in relationship with God and others. We never pressure anyone to join the church, but we do encourage people to find a community of faith, here or elsewhere, where they can make a clear commitment and investment.
Coffee with the Pastor
Let’s get to know each other
You will have the opportunity to get to know the life, identity, and priorities of FPC Thomasville by attending Coffee with the Pastor, an informative and interactive time to gather together in fellowship and learn about our church, doctrine, and beliefs. We meet over a series of three Sunday mornings at 10am in the Edwards Building.
SPRING 2019 COFFEE SERIES
Sunday, March 10th
Getting to Know You
Sunday, March 17th
What We Believe
Sunday, March 24th
Next Steps at FPC
Sunday, April 14th
New Members received by Session
Sunday, April 21st
New Member Reception
WHAT CAN I EXPECT WHEN I ARRIVE?
When you arrive at FPC Thomasville, we invite you to visit our welcome table, located at the back of the Fellowship Hall for the Arise service or on the sidewalk for our Traditional service. Our Welcome Team will be happy to show you around and answer any questions you may have. They’ll also provide you with a welcome gift bag and connect you with a member who will walk you to where you’re headed if you wish.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
People come to church in a variety of different styles. Members and guests on Sunday mornings wear everything from casual attire to a suit and tie or dress. Honestly, we aren’t picky about what you wear. We’re just glad to have you join us!
WHAT ABOUT MY CHILDREN?
We love to serve families of every size, shape, and style, which is why we make your children our priority!
Children’s Worship is a special time for children held during both the Arise and Traditional worship services. Children are dismissed early in the service to attend their own age appropriate program, held in the Education Building. Led by parent volunteers and student assistants, Children’s Worship includes a time of Scripture study from The Gospel Story Bible and an applicable craft, treat, or activity.
Children are then dismissed to Sunday school at the conclusion of Arise worship and to parents at the end of the Traditional worship service.