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Temporary storage for FPCTRC

If you saw Brenda’s email, you know that the “where-are-we-going-to-store-everything” during our final phase of construction, has been solved. Jamie Clark has donated storage units that have been “parked” in our parking lot. Brenda has also asked that those who are able, to leave the Bennett Street parking spaces for those with mobility issues. Myrna […]

2017-02-22T18:59:51+00:00March 19th, 2016|News|Comments Off on Temporary storage for FPCTRC

Christmas Concert

Here is a link to the Christmas Concert. Because it is over an hour in length, you may have to download it to your computer to view.


2016-02-01T14:06:47+00:00February 1st, 2016|News|Comments Off on Christmas Concert

Paint Strip Sanctuary 10/30/15

The red paint that covered the woodwork in the sanctuary has been stripped and returned to it’s 1870 natural oak glory.


The tall photo is of “before” followed by an after and a detail of the beautiful natural oak trim.

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2017-02-22T18:59:52+00:00October 31st, 2015|2015/2016 Remodel|Comments Off on Paint Strip Sanctuary 10/30/15

New Gravel Areas added 10.13.15


Jeff and Sue Jackson brought their “Big Boy” toys in the form of their tractor with a front bucket and a huge dumping trailer. Steve Scott, John Kruse and Dick and Jan Michaels joined in the project.  They hauled in 4 yards […]

2017-02-22T18:59:52+00:00October 14th, 2015|2015/2016 Remodel|Comments Off on New Gravel Areas added 10.13.15

Choirs Kickoff Picnic at Michaels/Pleasant Lake

About 30 people enjoyed an evening of fellowship, music, and good food at Dick and Jan’s Pleasant Lake home. A bonfire and violin music by Joe Michaels warmed the chilly weather. A good time was had by all!


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2017-02-22T18:59:52+00:00August 28th, 2015|News|Comments Off on Choirs Kickoff Picnic at Michaels/Pleasant Lake

Ramp Construction click here 8.12.15

Here are photos of the construction of the new ramp. An interesting “archeological” photo is the one showing the layers of large stones under the asphalt of the

parking lot. It looks like perhaps an old foundation. Myrna took these pictures, but I wonder if it could have been part of whatever building stood in the […]

2017-02-22T18:59:53+00:00August 12th, 2015|2015/2016 Remodel|Comments Off on Ramp Construction click here 8.12.15
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