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AT CHURCH WORSHIP : : Sunday | 9:30am [Praise Music at 9:15am]

ONLINE VIDEO WORSHIP : : Streaming Live on YouTube Sunday Morning

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Would you like to attend one of our services online?

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Would you like to learn more about how to Mature In Christ? Follow Him and His ways?

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Interested in serving? Learn about our church structure and how you can serve our community and beyond.


Services: 9:30 - 10:30am
Praise Music: 9:15am
: : Choir : : practice @ 8:30am
Kids Sunday School has ended for this semester, but will start up again in the fall! (We'll keep you posted.)  
More information HERE
Middle School & High School Youth has also ended for this semester, but will start up again in the fall! 
Adult Sunday School has ended for this semester, but will start up again in the fall! (We'll keep you posted.)
: : DINNER : : 
Wednesday Night Dinner crew is on summer vacation. Please check back in September when we start up again!

: : Youth & Adult Pack Trips : :
Coming Up in June...

Openings are available for the Youth Trip! Call the church for more details: 307.587.2647.
Youth: June 17th – June 20th
June 25th – June 28th 



: : Worship Service Video : :
May 19th, 2024 - video link above.

“Breath and Faith” - If you were ever curious about who and what is the Presbytery of Wyoming...anybody...shout out? All of you and every other part of the 26 churches that make up the Presbytery. You all are the Presbytery of Wyoming. Greetings from your brothers and sisters across the state. I want you to do what I did with the kids for a brief moment. In this passage in Ezekiel I want you to think about being there. I'm going to give you some context. It's about 600 BC. Nebuchadnezzar was about to destroy what remained of Jerusalem. Your holy city. You and your people have been utterly defeated. The last of the living march east to Babylon. That's the scene and beginning of our first lesson in Ezekiel. We know Nebuchadnezzar was a real person. Someone with a raging temper who ordered terror and destruction. As the encounter between Ezekiel and God, which is our actual Bible text today. We know that there is truth in this moment for us today. We don't know in history books whether this happened, right? And, I don't think it really matters. We have the authority of scripture telling us this prophet Ezekiel in his time was faced with utter destruction was brought this message. Showing Israel dry bones being pilled back together. I couldn't help the other day as I was driving back to Casper to have a little bit of a flashback to my time in a church camp in Oklahoma called Falls Creek. I'll be honest, I can't say that I loved all of those experiences...Worship Video HERE.

 : : LIVE STREAM : : 
We livestream our services via our YouTube channel! For livestream feed click HERE.

Visit our sermons page for an archive of past sermons. You can also visit our YouTube Channel

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What is a Christian Church? Simply put, a Church is a group of people who have recognized that, in Jesus Christ, God has revealed a more excellent way for people to live. Click HERE to read more...


"Our church is a family where people lean on each other in times of need. It is lead by a highly intelligent biblical scholar who is compassionate , knows what hard work is and is as down to Earth as a ditch digger."


Tyler Henry,

congregant & past Elder

"What I like about our church is it is the first church I have ever gone to that I knew it was the right place for me.  FPCC gave me the second family I needed but never knew I was missing."


Cathy Aardema, congregant, past Elder, current Clerk of Session

"I love that our church is family—a wonderfully diverse group of people with varieties of perspectives which is unified by the goal of sharing worship and learning to walk in the way of Christ. The church gives me a way of serving which I couldn’t find otherwise." 


Vieune Revolinski, congregant, past Elder, past Deacon

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