Sunday, January 16, 2022
Service starting at 10 AM

Swanson, John August. Wedding Feast, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN. https://diglib.library.vanderbilt.edu/act-imagelink.pl?RC=58581 [retrieved January 11, 2022]. Original source: www.JohnAugustSwanson.com - copyright 1996 by John August Swanson.

This Sunday,

on the Second Sunday after Epiphany,
we will welcome the Rev. Franz Rigert,
Conference Minister of the Wisconsin Conference, UCC, as guest preacher. The Tercha Family will light the peace candle. FCC's Masked Choir, Rowen and Meredith Stellpflug, and Carrie Newcomer will provide choral music.
Rev. Nancy will lead worship, and Rev. Franz will reflect on John 2:1-11:
Launching Grace


PLEASE NOTE: Because of the current spike in COVID infections and hospitalizations in our area, we have put congregational singing on pause, but we are continuing to worship in person -- masked and physically distanced -- and via live streaming on our website and our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pg/FCCOshkosh/live/. .

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Sunday Service 1-16-2022

PLEASE NOTE:

Because the level of community transmission of COVID-19 remains HIGH in Winnebago County,
FCC now requires that adults and children over 2 wear properly-worn masks, regardless of vaccination status.

January2022Tidings.pdf

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