Welcome to Fircrest Presbyterian Church!  We are an inclusive faith community.  Wherever you are on your life's journey, you are welcome here!  We have children's Sunday school, creative worship services, Christian formation programs for all ages, and intentional caring connections to our community.  We worship at 10:30 am Sundays.  You are welcome!


To actively bring God's unconditional love to our community.




Wednesdays at 6:30 pm: Choir rehearsal, in the sanctuary. All are welcome!

Saturdays at 9:00 am: Community Garden cultivation.

Sunday Oct. 1: Peace and Global Witness Offering received.

Sunday Oct. 1, 1-4pm: Scrabble

Sunday Oct. 1, 1:30 via Zoom: FPC Book Club – Please join us as we discuss “All That She Carried” by Tiya Miles

Sunday Oct. 29: Fall Harvest and Garden Celebration.


September Food Bank Collections/Donations: 

Families Unlimited: Any Pop-Topped canned foods.

Proctor Food Bank: Heavy plastic and paper bags.

The Coffee Oasis Youth Center:  Individually Packages Healthy Snacks and Treats.

We are still collecting egg cartons



   Welcome Pastor Taeler!

Rev. Taeler Morgan is a PCUSA pastor, church planter, and ICF trained coach for entrepreneurial leaders. Taeler is passionate about working with teams to imagine news ways of sharing the love of Jesus with our communities, and finds great joy in her family, creating delicious food, and traveling many places. Taeler, her husband Tim, and their two amazing kids, love hanging out in their neighborhood, exploring the Pacific Northwest, and discovering a good adventure!


 We hope you will come to worship this Sunday so that we can continue our time together with celebration and joy!
 This week we are starting our new series on The Art of Neighboring. Did you know that Presbyterians have a resident expert on Neighboring? It’s Fred Rogers, better known as Mr. Rogers! Mr. Rogers began his career as a Presbyterian Pastor, and you can still experience the power of his legacy if you ever visit Pittsburg Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania. Mr. Rogers once said “If you could only sense how important you are to the lives of those you meet; how important you can be to the people you may never even dream of. There is something of yourself that you leave at every meeting with another person.” This is especially true of our relationship with our actual domestic neighbors – the people who live near us.

 As we embark on this adventure in neighboring together I hope you’ll feel inspired by the many ways in which we are invited to grow. For those of you who do not know many neighbors, I hope this series equips you and gives you confidence! For those of you who already have strong relationships with many neighbors, I hope this series grows your discernment for where God is at work and helps you continue to practice radical hospitality. I can’t wait to see what fruit the Spirit grows among us as we open ourselves to this journey. Hope to see you Sunday morning!

Grace and Peace,

Pastor Taeler