Some facts to help you navigate your visit with us:
What should I know about worship at FCC?
While our worship is of a traditional format it differs each week. Laity and clergy lead worship. Laughter is often shared in the midst of our time together. Children are welcome to remain in worship with their family or attend Children’s Church with our adult leaders.
What should I wear?
On any Sunday at FCC there are people in jeans and t-shirts sitting alongside people in suits and dresses. You are welcome anyway you come.
Where do I park?
While we worship at Ravenna High School parking is available in the main lot. The smaller visitor lot on the right before the main lot is reserved for our worshippers that need to park a little closer.
What door should I go in?
The main doors of the high school will be open for you to enter. Turn right at the first hallway and the first door on your left is Community Room 1 where we gather for worship.
How will I find my way once I’m in the building?
Our greeters will welcome you inside the main entrance. They will guide you to where you need to go.
What are the educational opportunities for adults?
Adult Sunday school is taking a hiatus while our new space at Gladys St. is being renovated. Announcements will be made when our classes begin again.
What educational opportunities are there for children and youth?
Our children meet during worship in an adjacent room or they are welcome to remain in worship with their family.
I love music! What is music like at FCC?
Music is an integral part of our worship service. Often we have special music featuring voice or instrumental soloists. Our Sanctuary Choir practices on Thursday evenings and delivers beautiful music on Sundays during worship. Most often traditional hymns are sung by the congregation.
Is there anything else I should know?
Come as you are and join us in this journey of faith.
We look forward to your visit!