Welcome To Fairview Presbyterian Church

Our Worship Services are held in the Sanctuary located at 857 Duluth Highway, Lawrenceville, GA 30043 at 11:00 a.m. In an effort to keep everyone safe and healthy, please take note and follow the safety precautions listed further down this page. If you are unable to join us at this time, we hope that you will feel the love of Christ through the Word proclaimed through speech and song in our virtual worship (link below), and that you will join us in body and in spirit when you are able. If you have questions, contact us via email through this website or please call (770)-963-7059

Latest Service

Nov 21st

Liturgist: Janet Russell

Scripture: 2 Samuel 23:1-7 and John 18:33-37

Sermon Title: Are you the King?

Covid Delta Variant Safety Precautions

Masks are encouraged during service. There is adequate seating in the sanctuary for social distancing. Please be mindful of others’ comfort levels and safety concerns.

Friends and Family of Fairview,

Masks and social distancing are strongly encouraged during worship service and fellowship. Please use precautionary measures to protect yourself and others from the COVID-19 variants as we have members that are immune-compromised.

Please see attachment for COVID-19 protocols.

Thank you,



November 14: 3rd John

November 21: Jude

November 28 through December 19: Advent Study – Details to come!

No Sunday School on December 26

Sunday School is from 9:30 to 10:15, via the Zoom platform unless otherwise noted. Allison will be sending out Zoom invitations to all who attended last year. If you did not attend last year, please let her know so she can add you to the invitations. We do hope you will join us in Sunday School. It’s a great time to learn, pray, and fellowship together.

Looking Ahead

  • Monday morning Bible study meets next on November 29, at 9:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall. Anyone is invited to join this study of Luke’s Gospel.
  • The special offering for Thornwell Children’s Home will be collected on Sundays, November 21 and 28. Please give generously to this ministry that cares for children and families.
  • If you took home a “turkey card” to help fill Thanksgiving Baskets, please bring the items to church this Sunday (Nov 21) or contact Trish Fitton to make other arrangements. These baskets will be shared with members of On the Way Church who are experiencing financial insecurity.
  • We continue to bring canned goods in support of the Lawrenceville Co-op’s Community Food Bank, which serves hundreds of local families each week. Thank you for helping us reach our goal of 50 cans per week! If you would like to volunteer or learn more, visit their website: https://lawrencevilleco-op.org/

Hymn History

The Christian harvest Thanksgiving hymn, “Come, Ye Thankful People, Come” was written by the Rev. Henry Alford (1810-1871). He was an accomplished English clergyman, theologian, hymnodist, poet, and writer. Alford lost his mother four months after his birth and was an only child. His father, who was also a clergyman in England, was the traveling chaplain of Lord Calthorpe, and was usually not around when Henry was a child. Alford was primarily raised by his uncle, Rev. Samuel Alford’s family. He attended the Trinity College at Cambridge University and graduated in 1832. Alford entered the ministry the following year and became a very successful Pastor at several churches in England during his years of ministry.

Henry was also an accomplished musician and hymnist who knew how to play the piano and organ and sang very well. He wrote few vocal music compositions as well as pieces for the piano and organ. He wrote several hymns along with “Come, ye thankful people, Come”, but this hymn became his most popular one among them and has been used in many churches since to thank God for all His blessings.

Have you viewed the beautiful daily scripture readings on Fairview’s congregational and public Facebook page? If not you’re missing out on a special and prayerful way to start your day! And do you know by simply liking and sharing the post to your FB page it generates more exposure for Fairview. A simple outreach tool anyone can do! So all you Facebook, Twitter or Instagram fans bring your knowledge to the Worship Committee as to ways we can share worship and fellowship of Fairview though social media. A special Thank You to Allison Bascas for posting the daily scriptures with exquisite photographs. We appreciate your dedication

November 2021

November Book Club

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb

Sunday School

Via Zoom, 9:30.


Fairview’s Pastor is Rev. Melissa McNair-King

Worship Service: In person at 11:00 a.m. on Sundays/watch live on YouTube/view recorded video on YouTube at a later time

Joyful Clarion Adult Sunday School Class

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 to 10:15 via the Zoom platform. We will finish the calendar year with a Samaritan’s Purse Shoebox packing party on November 7 in the fellowship hall, and also a study of 2nd and 3rd John and Jude, followed by a 4-week Advent study. Contact Allison Bascas or Lynn Curry for your Zoom invitation if you would like to attend. Sunday School is a great time to learn, pray, and fellowship together. Please join us!

From the Administration Committee…

As some of you are aware, Fairview has leased classroom #2 in the Education Building for a year. The company that leased the room is a pediatric speech therapy group. When entering the Education Building, please be mindful that private therapy sessions may be in progress.

Thank you.

“What’s Happening”

Wednesdays Choir Rehearsal, 7:00 p.m.


Rev. Melissa McNair-King

November Book Club

The Book: Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

Author: Lori Gottlieb

Meeting: Thursday, November 18, 7 p.m.

Meeting Location: Grandma’s Pizza by the church

Fellowship: As scheduled. Check Weekly Blast or Church Calendar for events.

Session Mtg. As scheduled, Sunday 12:30 pm at Fellowship Hall.

Worship Committee Mtg. 2nd Sunday Zoom / Phone

Deacon’s Mtg. 2nd Sunday Zoom / Phone

Missions & Evangelism Mtgs. November 21, 12:15, Fellowship Hall

 “What’s New”