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  1. In-Person Worship: Limited, distanced, in-person Worship takes place on campus every Sunday morning at 8:30AM and 11:00AM. Registration is required for both Services. Worship at 8:30am is a Contemplative Service and will take place in the courtyard outside Mears. Space is limited to 50 people. Click here to register for the 8:30am Service .Worship at 11:00am takes place in the Sanctuary and features the Cathedral Choir, organ, and traditional hymns. Click here to register for the 11:00am Service. All current Covid safety regulations will be observed such as masking and social distancing. 
  2. We will continue to have our regular, weekly Online Worship Service at 11:00am. Click the image above to join or visit the Resources page on our website to view past Sermons.
  3. Virtual Children’s Sunday School takes place every Sunday at 9:30AM. To sign up, contact the Children’s and Family Ministries Team. 
  4. Student Ministries, for youth in junior high and high school, now meets weekly in-person on the FPCH campus on Sunday mornings starting at 9:20am. Youth will be back in our normal space inside the Middle Terrace, but for the time being we will continue to require proper mask usage and social distancing. We are currently looking at the gospel of John and his unique portrayal of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Please contact Nelson Steinert to sign-up.
  5. The show must go online! Join Actors Co-op Theatre Company in celebrating the birth of the dreamers, shapers, and movers of the theatre! Our new online series celebrates the birth of plays & playwrights with monologues from our company members.  Subscribe to our email mailing list for these performances to be delivered to you for safe viewing at home, via email. For more information, visit
  6. The Women’s Bible Study meets on Zoom on Wednesdays from 9:30-11:00AM. Email Andrea Knox to join.
  7. Join the Bereans Bible Study Class as they explore the Gospel of John online via Zoom, now meeting on a new day, Thursdays at 7:00PM. Email John Safoyan for the meeting information and handout.
  8. Are you in college or in your 20s? Our City Lights bible study meets every Sunday morning from 9:30-10:30 online over Zoom. To join, please email Pastor Joel Larson.
  9. GriefShare is a grief recovery support group where you can find help and healing for the hurt of losing a loved one. The 13-week workshop meets on Tuesdays from 7 – 9pm. The Spring session starts again on February 23rd and runs through May 18th. Participants are welcome to join at any point. For more information or to sign up, contact Robert Burbank.
  10. Lamplighters: Join us on Sunday Mornings for Fellowship and great teaching, now at an earlier time. In May, Mark Roberts will be teaching on Fruitfulness in the Third Third of Life. In his overview, Mark writes: God created human beings to be fruitful in life so that we might contribute to the goodness of the world (Gen 1:28). The prophet Jeremiah promised that those who trust in the Lord will “not cease to bear fruit” (Jer 17:7-8). Jesus said that God is glorified when his followers bear much fruit (John 15:8). Our capacity for and calling to fruitfulness doesn’t end, therefore, when we enter the third third of life. In fact, we may even have greater opportunity in this season to invest our time and gifts in ways that maximize the fruitfulness of our lives. Yet the story of fruitfulness in older adulthood is rarely heard in cultural narratives about aging and retirement. We need Scripture to give us God’s vision of third third living in addition to specific guidance for how we might flourish as we get older. Following God’s wisdom, we will experience in real time the biblical story of the righteous producing fruit “in old age” (Ps 92:14). The session opens at 8:30 AM for a time of fellowship and class begins at 9:00am. To receive the class materials and Zoom link, please email Phil Horton.
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  12. Giving – There are three ways to give:
    1. Give online here.

    2. Text “Give” to (323) 746-8030

    3. Mail in your offering to the church: FPCH,1760 N. Gower Street, Hollywood, CA 90028

  13. Do you need help with groceries or rent? Our Deacons have a fund for Emergency Assistance Relief (EAR). The EAR fund allows our Deacons to help those in our midst with expenses they cannot manage. Typically the Deacons will provide a once a year assistance up to $1,500.00. In the current time, they are also providing grocery gift cards for those who need help due to COVID-19. Your session Elders discussed and approved accepting donations to enlarge this fund at this time so that we can provide assistance to as many amongst us who need it. To APPLY for relief please email To DONATE please write EAR COVID in your check memo, or through our online giving, chose Designated Donation -> Discretionary -> putting EAR COVID in the fund memo box. 
  14. Thank you for your generosity! During this time of isolation your gifts are making a tremendous impact. At the beginning of the stay-at-home mandate we had an appeal for giving to the EAR fund. To date, your generosity has grown the fund to approximately $100,000. With those funds we are helping individuals and families every day. Because of your generosity several of our church families have been able to have basic needs supplied, like food, shelter, and utilities. Thank you!
  15. Please be vigilant about Email Scams. Messages will appear to come from Pastor Tim, a staff member or class leader and will ask for a favor and an immediate reply.  Just a reminder, no one on the FPCH staff will ever email you asking you to send money, perform “some tasks” for them, click a link to learn more, or include a vague message asking for a “favor” and for you to respond immediately . You can hover your cursor over the sender’s email address (without clicking it) to view the address of the true sender. Valid email addresses for all church staff members include their full name followed by Please delete such emails and don’t reply back or click on any links contained within the message. You can read more information here from the FCC on these types of emails: How to Recognize and Avoid Phishing Scams – FCC.
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