News & Events at FPCR

Blessing of the Backpacks » Sunday, August 21

Sunday, August 21 - 8:00 & 10:30 worship. Children and teachers are invited to bring their school backpacks to worship for Pastor Schaefers' school year blessing.

Back-to-School Help: If your family needs assistance for school supplies, please call Martha (972-690-6603) or Ruth, en español (972-690-3530), by Friday, August 5, with the name, gender, school district, and grade of your child(ren).

Roughriders Baseball Game » Saturday, September 3

We are planning to attend another Frisco Roughriders Baseball game on Saturday, September 3. There will only be 25 tickets available, so please reserve yours soon. Tickets are $10 and parking passes are $5. Call the church office to get your tickets.

FPC Chamber Ensemble Concert » Sunday, September 18 at 4 p.m.

The FPC Chamber Ensemble will present a free concert on Sunday, September 18 at 4 p.m. in the Sanctuary. The concert is open to all and a freewill offering will be accepted to help purchase appliances for the CE building. The concert will include light classics and music by American composers. A reception will follow in the Welcome Center.

Tools for School Results

The Tools for School drive ran from July 10 through August 7 and the generosity of the congregation towards Richardson school children was outstanding. Among the most frequently supplied items were: spiral notebooks (139), pen and pencil packs (115), glue stick packets and glue bottles (88), crayon and washable marker sets (116). Also received were many pairs of scissors, three ring binders, lined notebook paper, composition books, packets of index cards, erasers, highlighters, colored pencils, watercolor sets, and pocket folders. The donations were divided between the Network, Terrace and Mark Twain Elementary Schools. In addition to the school supplies donated, cash gifts amounting to $240 were sent to the Network.

Items Needed at The Network

Please consider helping to meet this critical need. Examples of items that will be appropriate are:

  • Individual serving containers of ravioli, spaghetti, macaroni and cheese
  • Peanut butter or cheese crackers
  • Granola and energy bars
  • Peanut butter and jelly containers
  • Pudding and jello cups (requiring no refrigeration)
  • Individual serving size (with tab tops) of canned fruit
  • Dried fruit products
  • Individual fruit juice containers
  • Canned meats such as Vienna sausages
  • Individual lunchables that require no refrigeration

Faith & Grief Workshop » Sept 7 - Oct 12, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Richardson Area Faith and Grief Ministries is offering a Workshop on Grief for six weeks this fall. The loss of a loved one leaves us seeking answers to questions about grief. Our culture is often unhelpful when making our way through the maze of feelings that may we experience. Grief truly is a journey of emotions as well as physical and social changes. If you have experienced a loss and find yourself needing a safe place to process your grief, join us for a six week workshop where you can share your story and pose your questions, a place where you can find comfort among others who understand. Leadership: Diane Pennington

Sept 7 - Oct 12, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Room 102

Canyon Creek Presbyterian Church
3901 North Star Road, Richardson, TX 75082

Or call 469-251-9612 or call the church office to register with Ida at 972-238-8103.

J.W. Campbell Scholarships Awarded

The Permanent Funds Committee is pleased to announce that Jasmine Duhon, Kayla Owens and Justin Wilson are the recipients of the J.W. Campbell Scholarship for 2016. Jasmine will be a junior at Texas A&M – Commerce and is majoring in Agricultural Sciences. Kayla will be a senior at UT Austin and is majoring in Fine Arts. Justin will be a senior at Liberty University and is majoring in Evangelism. We are very proud of these students and praise God that we are able to help them in their scholastic endeavors. We ask everyone to remember them in your prayers. We are grateful to the J.W. Campbell family for making these funds available to our students for their education.

Welcome to FPCR

This historic congregation is committed to worshiping God, nurturing God’s people, and serving in our community and beyond. We're serious about the Lord's work, but we have fun doing it. Come and see!

Whether you're a disciplined follower of Jesus Christ or just seeking new ways to grow spiritually, we'd be honored to share the journey with you. Together, we can help each other take the next step. We invite you to be our guest as we explore and embrace God’s call to mission and ministry.

Pastor David