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APRIL
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Sunday
FFPC Palm Sunday Outdoor Service
Wyche Pavilion | Downtown Greenville | April 9 @ 2:30pm
Special Meeting
SUN 4/9/17
2:30pm
April 2017
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**FFPC Palm Sunday Outdoor Service** We invite you to join our church family for our annual *Palm Sunday Outdoor Service* held at the Wyche Pavilion, downtown Greenville, on Sunday April 9 at 2:30pm. Enjoy an hour of reverent yet joyful worship with singing, preaching, and light refreshments. **Family, friends, and visitors are welcome to join us for a very special afternoon in one of the most scenic spots in Greenville.** *Downtown parking. The first hour of parking in all City parking garages is free, no matter the day or time. After the first free hour, customers will pay $1.50 to park for a second hour, and then $1 per hour thereafter, with a daily maximum of $7.50.*
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200 Seats
Wyche Pavilion, Downtown Greenville
318 S Main St
Greenville, SC 29601
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  • Here are some tips on how to get downtown and find parking near the Wyche Pavilion. - Take E. North St towards downtown. - Still on E. North St, cross over Stone Ave, then cross over Main St., then turn LEFT on Townes St. - Continue on Townes St. It turns into Richardson St, then it will turn into River St. Stay on the same road. - Parking on LEFT at the Riverplace Garage, or on RIGHT under the bridge, or on available street parking for two hours.

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Event8/4/17 5:46 PM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
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As much as ongoing Christianity wishes to explain away the adherence to the ecclesiastical calendar, such does not derive from an ordained NT pattern. Rather it traces back to the fancy and corruption of the church set from the first and second century when people, without Scriptural antecedent, began to uphold special religious 'holy-days' with a special service to mark different instances of the life of Christ, as his baptism, his temptations, etc... and later on his ascension and so on.
Palm Sunday anchors from the medieval RC 'holy-day' order, which early English Puritans as Carthwright in his attempt to promote industry in England by eliminating the numerous existing religious 'holy-days', termed it as an item picked up from the 'dung hill of popery'

Christ signalised only one remembrance, and this was his death, and this as
"often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do shew the Lord's death till he come"


Event3/24/17 7:32 PM
Paul Messenger | Hemel Hempstead, England  Protected NameGo to homepageFind all comments by Paul Messenger
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When the ecclesiastical calendar highlights major events in the life of our Saviour it can only be a good thing to remember and meditate upon them. I applaud FFPC for celebrating the first day of the week that saw the Lord Jesus give Himself as the perfect and only sacrifice for the sins of His people.
In the U.K. we hear very little about Palm Sunday. May God bless your day and bring glory to the name of Jesus.

Event3/21/17 12:29 PM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
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Without overlooking any good intentions behind evangelical practice, events like this signals the reliance of present churches on the ecclesiastical calendar

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