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Join us on Good Friday morning as we hear a message of hope – a story of hope from beginning to end where we explore the question “When is Good Friday first mentioned in the Bible?” The service starts 10:30am. You can join us earlier for a time of praise from 10:10am. On Sunday morning at the same time, we will find out about “Living Hope”. Click here to find FPC Online on Youtube at https://youtube.com/user/frankstonpc
In response to the escalating developments in the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, all face-to-face meetings have been suspended until further notice. Sunday Services will only be running online. We encourage you to join us this Sunday online at 10:30am, as we worship our God through our YouTube channel. Join us live on YouTube or watch previous sermons.
It’s almost that time of year! We hope you that will join us in worshipping Jesus on Christmas morning. Service starts at 10am and finishes by 11am.
Join us at 7pm on 1st March to watch the documentary “Alien Intrusion”. Frankston Presbyterian Church 36 Radiata St, Frankston North
It’s time to connect with your local Christian community and visit with us this Christmas to celebrate together and hear about the Greatest Gift of all. Join us at 10 am on Christmas morning and be home in time to get lunch ready!
After a break during school holidays, we hope you are all getting ready to start a new term of Sunday School from 22nd April 2018! If you didn’t know – Sunday School teaches children the Bible. We have four classes to cater for children 3yr olds through to Grade 6. It runs every Sunday morning from 9:20 am to 10 am during school terms. For parents – we have a 9 am Service, or if you plan to go to the 11…
We’re pleased to announce that the FPC Sermon Podcast is now directly available through iTunes. You can find out more by visiting the iTunes page at https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/fpc-sermon-podcast/id1342094792
Pastor Jared Keath’s series on “The Life of Joseph” concluded last weekend. If you missed any of the series or you want to listen or watch again, you can find all of the sermons in our series archive here: http://www.frankstonpc.com.au/sermon-series/the-life-of-joseph/
Join us in this weeks Throwback-Thursday as Greg Bell leads the congregation (back in 2012) in an Auslan version of the Lord’s Prayer. Brush up on your Auslan skills as you follow along, or share with friends who might benefit.