Sunday Worship, 10 am

Bible Study, 9 am

Contact Us

Phone: (909) 622-1144

Fax: (909) 622-5771

Email: fcc@fccpomona.org

1751 N. Park Ave
Pomona, CA 91768

Office Hours
Monday: 9am – 2pm
Tuesday: 9am – 2pm
Wednesday: 9am-2pm
Thursday: CLOSED
Friday: 9am – 2pm

If you'd like to meet someone before you walk through that door the first time, just give us a call or send us an email.

We'll arrange for one or two of our members have coffee or something with you and give you a chance to get to know someone, so you won’t be by yourself for your first visit.

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Upcoming Events

Easter Offering, March 25 & April 1

easter offering

Holy Week Worship Schedule

holy week

Palm Sunday March 25
Worship at 10am

Maundy Thursday March 29
Dinner at 6:00 pm and Worship at 6:40

Good Friday March 30
Worship at 7 pm

Easter Sunday April 1
Continental Break, 8:30am. Worship, 10am, Egg Hunt after worship

Hands On Mission Project

God’s Garden at Amy’s FarmsAmy's Farm

March Mission Project – March 24 9-Noon

Amy’s Farms is a privately owned farm in Ontario. Hope Partners is a ministry that provides supplemental food and housing services to people marginalized by poverty in the Inland Empire. Together, they partner to provide fresh vegetables and fruit to food banks operated by Hope Partners. Amy’s Farms donates regularly to the food security program of Hope Partners.

Our congregation is a charter member of Hope Partners and supports their work. One additional way we can do that is to help out at the farm, Amy’s Farm. Master Gardener, Tim Constantine, will lead us in a morning of tending the garden for the benefit of people who need food. There is room for 10 people to be part of this hands-on mission morning. Sign up by contacting Julie Roberts-Fronk on a Sunday or calling the church office.

Week of Compassion Feb. 4th & 11th

week of compassion

Learning in Lent

Learning in Lent

Two different opportunities for spiritual growth and faith formation are offered this year.

The first is “Hallelujah: The Bible and Handel’s Messiah” led by Mike Fronk. During Advent, the Christmas portion of “Messiah” was covered. During Lent, six sessions will focus on the life of Christ.

The Bible and Handel’s Messiah meets Tuesday evenings, Feb. 20-March 20 6-8 pm dinner included. Freewill offering taken for dinner.LENT

The second opportunity is “Finding God in the Suffering: A Journey with Job” led by Julie Roberts-Fronk. The group will read together a book of the same title by Bruce Epperly who writes,

“Death. Illness. Divorce. Unexpected. Undeserved. In this world there is going to be suffering and pain. As a person of faith, we are not exempt from that undeniable fact. What do we do? Where is God when the pain is unbearable and the night so long? How do we reach out to others with something more than platitudes? It has been said that theology begins in the experience of suffering. At the very least, debilitating suffering challenges our images of success and security, and invites us on a quest for something solid and dependable when the foundations of our lives are shaking. The book of Job emerges from one person’s unexpected encounter with suffering. Job seeks God’s presence, and to find a God he can trust again, he must jettison his previous images of God.”

This easy to read book combines reflections on the story of Job with reflections on real life experience.

Finding God in Suffering meets Sundays after worship, Feb. 18 – March 19 and Tuesday evenings Feb. 20 – March 20, 6-8 pm, dinner included. Freewill offering taken for dinner.

Sign Up at church on a Sunday or call the church office.