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Third Sunday in Lent

March 3 @ 10:00 am. In sanctuary. Live Streamed.

❤️‍🔥 Pastor Jim will preach on "A Simple Courage."
♫。♪ The FCC Choir will sing "The Lord's Prayer" composed by Marianne Forman.

FCC Hosts SCIO Winter Market

Sat. March 2nd (on the 1st & 3rd Saturdays from 9a-12p in our Lucas Hall)
Sponsored by the Sheboygan Co. Interfaith Organization, the winter market vendors offer locally grown produce, meats, crafts, bakery and more.

"Art for Malawi" Sale

Sat. March 2nd, 9 am-2 pm
Sun. March 3rd, 11 am-1 pm
Join us as we raise funds to support teacher training scholarships in Malawi. Held this Saturday from 9:00 am to 2pm and Sunday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Bring a friend and purchase an artistic treasure!

Calling All Cribbage Players

Join us for cribbage at FCC every 1st and 4th Sunday following worship beginning March 3. Meet in Lucas Hall during coffee hour. Cards and boards will be provided, but feel free to bring your own board. Roger Hesse and Bill Weber, hosts.

Thanks to the Spring Sunday School Teachers

The following adults will be sharing Sunday School leadership during March, April and May. Please thank them for their service.

The class groupings are as follows:

  • Child Care for 2-year-olds and younger: Staffed by a paid high school nursery worker (Sophie Bartol, Mia Mancl and Cris Chancellor)  in room #7.

  • 3 & 4-year-old & Kindergarten class: Held in classroom #6 . Thanks to Geralyn Leannah and Roxanne Akstulewicz for teaching.

  • First/Second/Third Grade class: Held in classroom #2. Thanks to Elise Opel and Carrie Haskins for teaching.

  • Fourth/Fifth Grade class: Held in the Conference Room. Thanks to Rebecca Hoyt and Jill Niemi for teaching.

Middle School (6th/7th/8th grade) class: Held in the Youth Room (Room #3). Thanks to Julie Mavity Maddalena and Hannah Harder for teaching.

"Accessing Sacred Guidance"

Sun. March 3rd
The Sunday School children will learn that we all have moments when we have to make tough decisions quickly. Practicing to feel for inner guidance and using that understanding in life’s challenges is the heart of this week’s lesson.

29:11 South African Choir Events

March 6-10
The 29:11 International Exchange (a music ministry based in South Africa) will be visiting Sheboygan.

  • Wednesday, March 6th  – Welcome Potluck Dinner in FCC Lucas Hall from 6-7 pm. Sign-up here - Potluck Dinner  Open to all! The 29:11 group will be beginning of week of sharing their musical talents with the SASD schools.

  • Saturday, March 9th - Workshop at FCC for church choirs to share music, stories and fellowship from 10 am to noon.

  • Sunday, March 10th - Choir will lead us in 10 am worship! Followed by extended coffee hour. Sign-up to provide food and help with 29:11 Celebration Coffee Hour.

You may support the 29:11 music ministry with the SASD schools - Donate here!

"Black Lives Matter: A Theology"
Register Now for the Lakeland Founder's Day Lecture

"Black Lives Matter: A Theology"
Register Now for the Lakeland Founder's Day Lecture

Tuesday, March 5, 6:30-8 pm

Propelling the nation into a new consciousness over the last decade, the Black Lives Matter movement has galvanized conversations about the conditions under which Black people live in the United States: racism's many manifestations; social, economic, health, and other disparities; mass incarceration; police brutality—and these are just a few. Christians, like their non-Christian counterparts, are equally divided over the movement, its goals, indeed, even its slogan. Taking a different look at Black Lives Matter, Dr. Craig Ford's presentation will address Black Lives Matter through a theological lens, providing responses to questions like, 'What does the Black Lives Matter movement reveal about God and about who we are as diverse people?' and 'How should Christians (all people seeking the common good) continue to engage the movement in the year 2024?

Register online here!


Wednesday, March 6th
The Middle School youth will meet from 5:30-6:15 pm in the Youth Room to watch a video and discuss "Why Should I Pray the Lord's Prayer When It Feels Like I am Just Going Through the Motions?" Bill Demmon, leader. Following Journeys, the Middle School youth and confirmation students are invited to join in the 29:11 Welcome Potluck dinner in Lucas Hall.

Confirmation Trip To Trinity UCC

Sun. March 17th
Join us as we experience worship in the Black tradition at one of the largest UCC churches that is located on the southside of Chicago. Group will leave from the FCC parking lot at 7:00 am for the 3 hour trip to Trinity UCC. We will attend the 11:00 am worship which is lively, energetic, “spirit-filled” and can be 2 hours long! Group will have a fast-food lunch on the way home returning to FCC by 5:00 pm. Traveling by 15-passenger van and one minivan. Cost is $20 (scholarship is available). Bring $ for a church offering and fast-food lunch. Open to all high school youth and confirmation mentors/parents. Pastor Julia and Nancy Engberg, leaders. Sign-up here - Trip to Trinity

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