A fuse creates a link in an electrical circuit – between the source of power and the place power is needed. When needed, the fuse sacrifices itself for the good of the circuit. Our purpose is to equip students to be the fuse: living sacrificial lives & being a bridge between the Source of Power (God) and the place power is needed (the world).


“My Power is made perfect in weakness…” (2 Corinthians 12:9)





Lent Challenges

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During Lent, fuse* students are encouraged to go deeper in Lent through one of two options:

  • One Gospel Challenge
    Read the Gospel of Luke as outlined in the congregational challenge.
  • Lent: Journey According to Luke
    Log in to the Bible App and participate in the digital devotional, Lent: Journey According to Luke. Feel free to invite your friends to join you as you go along!

Streaming Discipleship

This is a resource for families with children and students at home.  It utilizes streaming services like Netflix and Disney + to join families together watching a movie and then provides insight into biblical truths that can be learned from the story.  This week’s movie is Incredibles 2 and is currently streaming on Netflix.  There are discussion questions for both children and students, and an action step to accompany the weekly focus.  Our hope and desire is to equip parents to continue discipling their own children in a way that is relevant and engaging. You may download the PDF here.


Tech, Family & Faith Seminar


This two part series will be led by Dr. Daniel Passini at the First Church FEC (604 Market Street) in Williamsport PA.

Session 1 will focus on “Technology and the Family”. Learn how to safely and effectively implement technology in your home and family with tips, resources, and best practices.

Session 2 will focus on the “Intersection of Technology and Faith”. Learn how to utilize technology in the development of Christian practices, while raising teens and preteens that understand how to use technology for redemptive purposes as you prepare them for the 22nd century.

This event is free.

Update: This seminar is being postponed for a later date. Stay tuned for more updates by checking here weekly.




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fuse* Student Ministries

All students are welcome at fuse* for interactive devotional times, snacks, games, and electives like recreational sports, worship elements, cooking/baking, leadership opportunities, and more.

Opportunities like mission experiences, festivals, and retreats are available to all students as well as events designed for inviting, teaching, and sending.

WHEN: Sundays | 6:00-8:00 pm | Starting January 6th

Groups meet in the fuse*box student ministry center unless otherwise communicated at 604 Market Street | First Evangelical Center


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The “d” in d-fuse* stands for discipleship.

Students who desire to take a deeper look at the Christian faith are invited to take advantage of opportunities like fuse* leadership university, CYF, exploring God’s call, and other age level specific discipleship opportunities.

WHEN:  d-fuse* Wednesdays | 6:00-7:00 pm | Starting January 2nd during 3 semesters (Fall, Winter, & Spring)

d-fuse* Sunday School | 9:30-10:30 am | Starting January 6th

Groups meet in the fuse*box student ministry center unless otherwise communicated at 604 Market Street | First Evangelical Center


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fuse* Open Gym is our recreation ministry.

Students who desire activity and recreation sorts are invited to participate in weekly open gym times.

We help teach good sportsmanship, fairness, and encouragement to students as they challenge themselves and each other as we build relationships through athletics.

fuse* Open Gym meets in the Christian Life Center unless otherwise communicated at 601 Market Street | Christian Life Center



Do you feel called to work with students? Apply to become a fuse* volunteer! There are three parts to the application process:

1. Application Form: click here.

2. Signed Covenant: click here.

3. Safe Sanctuaries Clearances: for more information, click here.