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Be Still

First Sunday of Lent

Join our traditional worship service on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. in our sanctuary. Alternatively, you can join us virtually via Facebook Live or Zoom and be a part of the service from the comfort of your own home. Experience a variety of harmonious melodies performed by the chancel choir, bell choirs, instrumentalists, and piano or organ.

Join us right after worship service in the Fellowship Hall for our ‘Celebrating Black History’ Luncheon. All are invited to join us.

The Lenten Bible study starts this evening and Wednesday, February 21st. We will be studying the book, “Mosaic: When God Uses All the Pieces” on Sundays at 6:00 p.m. on Zoom (a review with Pastor Diane) and Wednesdays 6-7:30 p.m. (Brown Bag study with Pastor Natalie in Fellowship Hall). Books are $13 in the Narthex, write a check to FPC Matawan.

Today is the final day to place an order for soup in order to support the FPC Youth Group.

Mark your calendars for our Fish Fry Fundraiser on March 1st starting at 5:30 p.m.

Home Communion visits are available every month.

First Sunday of Lent

Bible Text:

Sermon: “Be Still” Rev. Natalie Bell

Musical Leadership: Dorothy Brittain

Prelude: “I’ve Got Peace Like a River” – The Joyful Noise, led by Sue Riley

Choral Anthem: “Don’t Feel No-Ways Tired” arr. J.B. Hairston – Janice Thomas – Soprano

Offertory: “Walk Together Children” arr. Moses Hogan – Janice Thomas – Soprano

Postlude: “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot; Mark Hayes and Gimme that Old Time Religion