Sep
29
9:45 AM09:45

Faith Promise Sunday & Breakfast

FAITH PROMISE SUNDAY

Faith Promise is when we individually decide how we will financially support these missions over the next year. On this Sunday we fellowship together as a church body for breakfast before we commit our financial promise, through faith, to provide for our missions. Please bring a dish to share with the family. For more information on our chosen missions visit fccmc.org/outreach.

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Harvest Fall Festival
Oct
19
4:00 PM16:00

Harvest Fall Festival

Bring the whole family to this free event! This year we are featuring 4 all new Escape Rooms! There will be games & candy, an obstacle course jump castle, a chili cook-off, LIVE MUSIC, hay rides, food, drinks and more! The fun begins at 4pm and will carry on until 7!

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Red Cross Blood Drive
Aug
10
8:30 AM08:30

Red Cross Blood Drive

August 10th We will host our Red Cross Blood Drive.

Appointments begin at 8:30 AM and will continue until 1:30 PM.

Click here to register and use sponsor code FCChurch

Whole blood is the most flexible type of donation. It can be transfused in its original form, or used to help multiple people when separated into its specific components of red cells, plasma and platelets. 

Who it helps: Whole blood is frequently given to trauma patients and people undergoing surgery.

Time it takes: About 1 hour

Ideal blood types: All blood types

Power Red Donation

During a Power Red donation, you give a concentrated dose of red cells, the part of your blood used every day for those needing transfusions as part of their care. This type of donation uses an automated process that separates your red blood cells from the other blood components, and then safely and comfortably returns your plasma and platelets to you.

Who it helps: Red cells from a Power Red donation are typically given to trauma patients, newborns and emergency transfusions during birth, people with sickle cell anemia, and anyone suffering blood loss.

Time it takes: About 1.5 hours

Ideal blood types: O positive, O negative, A negative, and B negative

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VBS 2019
Jul
28
to Aug 1

VBS 2019

Click HERE to pre-register and be automatically entered into a drawing for a tickets to see the upcoming movie The Lion King!

Click HERE to sign up as a volunteer! T-shirts for volunteers will be purchased as you sign up.

Family Night is July 28th

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Resurrection Sunday
Apr
21
10:00 AM10:00

Resurrection Sunday

You are invited to our Easter Breakfast at 10am, followed by Resurrection Sunday at our regular service time at 11am. Please bring a small breakfast dish or drink to share!

All are welcome to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection, and celebrate all that He has done for us.

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Apr
5
to Apr 6

24-Hour Prayer Marathon

From 6pm on Friday April 5th through 6pm on April 6th, we will be having a Prayer Marathon for the ALL IN Campaign.

The sanctuary will be open during that entire 24 hour period if you would like to come up and pray in the building. if not, you can pray where you are! There will be live worship on Friday from 6pm - 6:30, and on Saturday from 5:30pm - 6pm.

You can email info@fccmc.org with the 30-minute time slot you would like to claim. There is also a sign up sheet at the Connecting Point in the lobby.

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Town Hall Meeting
Mar
17
5:00 PM17:00

Town Hall Meeting

These information meetings are for our church family to hear, from our leadership, details about the upcoming renovation and expansion.que

It will be done in a “Town Hall” style, with Pastor David and the Elders presenting updates on the plan, and then opening the floor up to questions that you may have.

After the question and answer period we will have light refreshments.

We have set two information meetings up, to make sure as many people as possible are able to attend. You may attend both, but please commit to attending at least one!

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Mar
10
5:00 PM17:00

Town Hall Meeting

These information meetings are for our church family to hear, from our leadership, details about the upcoming renovation and expansion.que

It will be done in a “Town Hall” style, with Pastor David and the Elders presenting updates on the plan, and then opening the floor up to questions that you may have.

After the question and answer period we will have light refreshments.

We have set two information meetings up, to make sure as many people as possible are able to attend. You may attend both, but please commit to attending at least one!

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Starting Point Class
Feb
24
12:00 PM12:00

Starting Point Class

If you are new here and would like to become a member, or you’ve been attending a while and have questions about what we believe, you are invited to our Starting Point Class! After service on February 24th, we will serve lunch to you and your family, and Pastor David and the Elders will be there to answer any questions you have.

Click HERE to RSVP that you are coming so that we can plan accordingly for meals and child care!

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Oyster Roast
Feb
23
4:00 PM16:00

Oyster Roast

Click HERE to register for the Oyster Roast!

Oysters are $12 per person (who is eating them), so if you family only has 1 oyster eater, it is only $12. The church is providing hot dogs and everyone is asked to bring a side dish, drink or dessert for the picnic.

Please register ahead of time, so that we can purchase the right amount! Thank you!

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Volunteer Appreciation Dinner
Jan
25
6:30 PM18:30

Volunteer Appreciation Dinner

If you have volunteered your time to First Christian at any point in the past year, we want to celebrate you! RSVP BY CLICKING HERE!

Our Annual Appreciation dinner is on Friday the 25th at 6:30pm. Come dressed in your best Hawaiian shirt or grass skirt…It’s a LUAU DINNER!

Pork and chicken plus all the fixins are being taken care of, so you can come, relax, and enjoy.

See you there!

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Jan
12
8:00 AM08:00

Nativity Clean-Up Workday

We are almost done getting the Nativity completely put away! After several weeks of rain, we finally have a dry spell. Saturday the 12th at 8:00 we will meet at the church to get all the final pieces stored away. Of course, donuts and coffee are provided! Thank you for all of your help!

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Dec
31
to Jan 1

New Year's Eve Youth Lock-In

Let us know you are coming by clicking HERE!

Our Annual Rooted Youth Lock-In is this New Year’s Eve, starting at 8pm and going until 8am on New Years Day.

We will be traveling off campus this year, so please send $30 (if you can) with each student to help cover the cost of the activities. We are planning on either going to Stars and Strikes or Velocity, and then to the Spiderman movie (PG).

For more information, contact Matthew Steinhour at msteinhour@fccmc.org, or call or text at (843) 329-9892.

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Dec
30
10:30 AM10:30

5th Sunday Family Worship

As is our 5th Sunday tradition, we are worshipping as a family on Dec 30th.

The service start time is 10:30 instead of 11am, and there are no Sunday Growth Groups meeting.

There will be no meal, since the Christmas Breakfast is on the 23rd. We hope you can join us for that at 9am!

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Dec
23
11:00 AM11:00

Happy Birthday Jesus Party

After Christmas Breakfast, the FCC Kids will be meeting in the Youth Room for their Happy Birthday Jesus Party!

The FCC Kids are collecting diapers for the Lowcountry Pregnancy Center, so if you can, please send a pack of diapers with your child, or place them in the pack-n-play in the Fellowship Hall anytime. Thank you for your generosity!

Parents, check-in and pick-up will be in the Youth Room.

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Dec
23
10:00 AM10:00

Christmas Breakfast

We hope you can make it to our Christmas Breakfast get-together before Church on the 23rd. Bring a breakfast dish to share, while we celebrate Christmas together!

Breakfast starts at 10am.

Church service starts at 11am.

There are no Growth Groups meeting.

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