More information about the specific areas of focus of the Fort Street congregation and committees will be coming soon. See the sub-menu item, Ruth Ellis Center Partnership, to follow our progress with that initiative.
Meaning in a Moment Sunday, November 11
Stapleton Chapel, 9:45 a.m.
“Our Continuing Reformation: Social Justice, Updates on Immigration and Asylum Processes“
With T.J. Rogers
from Freedom House Detroit
Fort Street Presbyterian Church
HARVEST MEAL 2018
The communities that participate in the life of Fort Street Presbyterian Church – in worship, in singing, in serving and being served – will gather together for a meal celebrating the life and activities through this church as a part of the Thanksgiving season.
We have the turkey covered, help with the rest of the meal!
The Fort Street Choir resumed its weekly schedule on Sunday, September 9 at 9:15 a.m., in the choir loft. New members are always welcome! Guest instrumentalists of all ages and all abilities are also welcome! For more information contact Marilyn Biery at firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to her after church.
FSPC Book Study
The Book Study conversation on race in America is beginning its third book, The Church Enslaved by
Tony Campolo and Michael Battle. Due to scheduling conflicts, we will meet on the following
Mondays in 2018 from 7p.m. – 9p.m.:
We will resume the studies in 2019.