The heartbeat of FPC is worship, and it is so because this is what we find to be the case in both the Old and New Testaments. God created us to know and worship Him, and He deserves such because He is sovereign and infinitely glorious.
Men, women and children come together each Sunday morning and evening to offer the Lord worship that will be pleasing to Him. We endeavor to pattern our form and practice of worship by biblical teaching. Our main concern is not to impress others, or to make people feel good, or to copy what others do. Rather we want to express reverence and heartfelt praise to our Triune God [He is one God in three Persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit], as He has taught us to do in Scripture.
We plan our worship, accordingly, by saturating every element of our worship services with biblical truth. In other words we endeavor to sing the Bible, pray the Bible, preach the Bible and see the Bible [in the sacraments of baptism and the Lords Supper]. While this combination of biblical saturation and reverence might not make our worship look like many other churches, we believe it best reflects the teaching of Gods word, and it has been proven to be the way God has most blessed His churches through the ages.