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Welcome to the website of First Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, located in San Marcos, Texas. If you're new to FCC, please take some time to learn about our church using the menus above. If you're already a member, you can keep up-to-date with current events using the quick-link area to the left side, or by using the menus above.
At First Christian Church we challenge each other to grow spiritually, to ask questions, and to seek answers together. We are a warm, open, progressive church, and we would love to have you participate with us. Within this website you will find all the many opportunities that we offer at FCC. Our vision for God's world calls us to embrace all people who enter here. We strive to provide programs that will enlighten and grace not only your Sundays but the rest of your week as well.
Our hope is that you find refuge here. First Christian is a place for those with open minds and open hearts.
*Check out new pictures from recent events under the Photos tab*
VBS Information is in the Education Station section under the Worhsip+Growth tab, and the registration form is under the Info Center tab!!
This Week at FCC
7:00 PM – The Butterfly Group will meet at the church. Butterfly Group is a women’s bible study. Come join in on the great discussion.
5:30 PM - Fellowship
6:00 PM - Sessions
6:00 PM - Handbells Practice
7:00 PM - Choir Practice
8:00 AM – Male Call will be having their last meeting before the summer break. Male Call is a fellowship event for men to come together. You don’t want to miss out on the fun and great food!
Pentecost Sunday – Wear red to the worship service!
10:00 AM - On Pentecost we are having a baptism and confirmation service. Come support our members in this journey.
We will have a cake & punch celebration after the worship service.
Pentecost Baptism and Confirmation Celebration
Sunday, May 19th @ 10 AM
We have an FCC tradition of offering baptisms in the Spring. This year we are planning a Baptism and Confirmation Service on Pentecost Sunday.
There is no perfect age for baptism, nor is there a perfect method. Our denomination prefers baptism by immersion with the understanding that the decision for baptism is personal for candidates of all ages. While there is no perfect age for baptism, our tradition has been approximately twelve years old to consider whether they are ready to take this important step in their faith journey. At the same time, we recognize other traditions and practices, and for those who have received baptism as infants we encourage confirmation for anyone old enough to make their own faith decisions.
Come celebrate Pentecost Sunday with us as we share the experience of confirmations and baptisms!