Livestreamed and in-person Sunday Morning Worship at 10:00 am
Sunday Morning Worship at FCC is traditional in style and music while progressive in theology. You won’t hear preaching that is harsh or judgmental. The overarching message you will hear is, “God loves you as you are, and there is nothing you can do about it, period, full stop.” The Lord’s Supper or Communion is celebrated weekly during worship. The practice of Holy Communion has become the central element of worship within the Disciples tradition. You will be invited to share in the Lord’s Supper (Holy Communion), where all are welcome. And all means all.
If you would like to worship with us in person please wear a mask and read our latest COVID update HERE. If you would prefer to worship with us from home, we will continue to provide our livestream of our Sunday Worship service HERE.
We are not offering child care currently at FCC.As COVID positivity rates decrease, we will re-evaluate our child care ministries described below.
Child care is available for young children and infants, while older children can listen to a children’s message during the service before going to Children Worship & Wonder for their own special time of worship and fun. Children are also welcome to remain with family in the sanctuary during worship. Be sure to pick up a Kids Quiet Time Bag, filled with a variety of quiet activities.
First Friday Jazz Vespers
We are now offering an online Jazz Vespers Moment each Friday at 6:30 pm on our website HERE.
Our monthly Jazz Vespers service offers an informal, contemplative, candlelit time to reflect, meditate, or simply “be” as you listen to the music, take in the beauty and peace of the sanctuary, and experience the authentic warmth of a faith community that gently welcomes ALL. This service is not currently offered due to COVID-19. We hope to resume this service monthly on the first Friday of each month as we are able to safely do so.
We are located at the corner of Kirkwood and Washington in downtown Bloomington. On Sundays, street parking is free. Guests and visitors are invited to park in designated “FCC” along the east alley of the church. There is also a public parking garage on 7th Street that offers free parking on Sundays. If you need handicap access to the building, you should park near the west side of the building and enter through the doors facing Washington Street.