Worship on Sunday,
May 22

10:00 a.m. Fourth Church Youth preaching

Livestream and in person

4:00 p.m. Rocky Supinger preaching | Jazz at Four | Communion

In person

Masks are recommended but not required for everyone on the Fourth Church campus. Read more...

Livestream Worship Sundays at 10:00 a.m.

Worship with Fourth Presbyterian Church        
In addition to worshiping in person at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Sundays, we livestream our morning worship service each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. (Central). (The organ prelude begins at approximately 9:45 a.m.)

The service is also available to view later in the day and week.We share the 10:00 a.m. service via our YouTube channel (www.bit.ly/fpcvideos).

Those who do not have Internet access can listen via the phone by dialing 888.916.9166 at the time of the service. The Sunday, May 15 worship bulletin is available here to download.

Explore the Bible with Matt Helms and Rocky Supinger

Matt Helms and Rocky Supinger hosted a live taping of their podcast “Bible Top 10” on Sunday, May 15, as they talked about “Top 10 Mysteries in the Bible.”

That episode will be available in podcast players later this week, where you can also listen to previous episodes of this lively, often lighthearted, always interesting podcast about the Bible as explored through a rotating series of top ten lists.

Friday Noonday Concerts: In Person and Online

Concerts at Fourth Presbyterian Church        
Our Friday Noonday Concerts are offered at 12:10 p.m. both in-person and livestreamed on our YouTube channel (www.bit.ly/fpcvideos), where they are available to view afterwards. For a complete concert schedule, see www.fourthchurch.org/concerts

Fourth Presbyterian Church Remembering 1 million US COVID Deaths
COVID-19: Remembering Those Who Have Died

More than 1 million people in the United States have now died as a result of COVID-19 as it has raged across the world in the past two years.

On Sunday, May 8 we paused during Prayers of the People, paired with “Amazing Grace,” to remember those beloved children of God and all affected by grief and loss throughout the pandemic.

Aid for Ukraine through Presbyterian Disastesr Assistance
Aid for Ukraine

To help provide emergency humanitarian aid such as food items, shelter, medicines, diapers, hygiene items, and more to those affected by the war in Ukraine, you can give a gift online through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.

A portion of our One Great Hour of Sharing offering, which we received during Lent, was also given to PDA.

To receive the latest updates from Fourth Church about all this and more, we invite you to add your email address to our distribution list.

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