We aspire to be beacons of God’s love and truth, growing together in faith and relationship with Jesus Christ.

The Ways of
FPC Moorestown

Creating a Loving Culture

Since January 2019, we’ve thoughtfully studied the Ways each week as we strive to live them together.

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‘What Are You Waiting For?’  


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Sunday Morning Adult Education

Join Lorenzo Eagles and Wes Allen at 9:45 am.



The Season of Advent is upon us!

This is the Good News about Jesus the Messiah, the Son of God. It began just as the prophet Isaiah had written: “Look, I am sending my messenger ahead of you, and he will prepare your way. He is a voice shouting in the wilderness, ‘Prepare the way for the LORD ’s coming! Clear the road for him!’” Mark 1:1-3


Longest Night Service

Sunday, December 12, 7:00 pm

Christmas Eve Eve Worship

Thursday, December 23
† 3:00 pm Outdoor Worship
† 7:00 pm Outdoor Worship

Christmas Eve Worship 

Friday, December 24
† 4:00 pm Family Service (masks required)
† 6:00 pm Family Service (masks optional)
† 8:30 pm Communion Service (masks optional)
† 11:00 pm Lessons and Carols (masks optional)
During each service we will be singing ‘Silent Night’ as a congregation, masks will be required during the song.


Throughout the four-week Season of Advent there are special, meaningful activities for all ages, some familiar and some new. This guide is a helpful resource for our worship services, programs and opportunities for giving.


Pastor’s Update: FPC Responds to Coronavirus

Masks optional for vaccinated adults. Masks recommended for unvaccinated adults, all those 18 years of age or younger are required to wear masks.

Learn about the full list of updated protocol guidelines in Pastor Spencer’s message.



SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 7:00 pm

This unique service provides peace to those dealing with grief, illness, anxiety or depression this holiday season who may not feel the joy or celebration seen in others — for many reasons.
The Longest Night includes elements from a Service of Remembrance, including the Lord’s Supper, special music and a time for prayer. 
Please share this event with those you know who might need a quiet place in the rush of December, an authentic respite in the midst of busy holiday activities, or with those who have experienced a loss.

In 2020, Pastor Spencer spoke to us about the importance of seeking support and prayer for ourselves, our family and our friends during the holiday season of a very different year.
His words are just as valuable this year!