Fox Valley Presbyterian Church has two worship opportunities each Sunday.
This time of worship is traditional, smaller, and more informal. Music may include piano accompaniment, singing of hymns, men and women’s ensembles, or our hand bell choir.
The Sacrament of Holy Communion is usually celebrated on the first Sunday of each month by intinction with worshipers coming forward to receive the bread and cup.
This service typically is 50 minutes in length. Child care in our church nursery is available.
Fox Valley Presbyterian offers a Christian Education hour with multiple programs for adults as well as children. There are no less than three concurrent education offerings for adults at FVPC. Every participant can choose from a “No-Prep” Bible Study class (topics vary), a class on Faith or Spirituality, and a Current Issues Forum. Topics for each class change from week to week. No advance registration is needed and everyone is welcome to drop-in to any class that interests them.
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This time of worship includes a greater diversity of ages, with our choirs—Chancel, Bell, Junior and Cherub—participating regularly.
Worship begins with all ages together and includes a “Children’s Time,” when children come to the front of the sanctuary for a conversation with one of the pastors. Following this special time, our children usually depart to attend Sunday School. Our church and our worship is child friendly and child care is available in our church nursery for the youngest.
Sacrament of Holy Communion is usually celebrated on the first Sunday of each month and by intinction with worshipers coming forward, though sometimes it is done in the more traditional way by passing trays of bread and grape juice to those in the pews. The Sacrament of Holy Baptism is celebrated as much as monthly.
Fox Valley Presbyterian Church has three celebrates Christmas with three different services.
|3:00 p.m.||Family Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship|
|5:00 and 10:30 p.m.||Traditional Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship with Communion|