WORSHIP & COMMUNITY

 

First Presbyterian church is an intergenerational church where people of all ages come together to serve God. All ages are welcome.

Sundays

 

9:30 am In-Person Worship

Watch our services online on our Facebook page and on our YouTube Channel. Additionally, the worship service can be found here on our website under 'Alternate Worship.'

Tuesdays

 

7:30 pm AA Meeting

Wednesdays

 

5:30-7:00 pm Midweek Youth Program--Sept through May

Office Hours

 

Monday -- 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Wednesday -- 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Friday -- 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

UPCOMING EVENTS

Below are ways to "get involved" in our faith-based community!

Announcements, Week of 3/8/21

Please Pray for…

Healing: Alice Swanson, Delores Lahr, Sonja Johnson, Rose Barberg’s daughter Cheryl Paicius, Andrea Koeppe’s mom, Jan, Chris, Lee Gutknecht, Reta Blanchette, and Eugene Lorentz

And, all those recovering from illness or grief who need God’s touch of healing.

At Home: Eugene

At the Lodge: Harlon Adickes, Anna Hohag, and Phyllis Smith

Please Pray for thankfulness and joy for. . . Delores Lahr! Lord, thank you for Delores and her beautiful spirit! Hold her in your loving arms and keep her safe!

In-Person Worship
Join us on Sunday, March 21 for In-Person Worship. Please join us as we welcome Amy Levinski to our pulpit!
Youth Programs
We will meet the first three Wednesdays of March. Our focus will be on personal Bible verses, Statements of Faith, and making banners of their chosen Bible verses. The goal is to be completed by the end of March for presentation to the Session in April. Confirmation will be held in May. Additionally, if anyone is able to provide a meal, or part of a meal, for the Wednesday Night Youth Program, please contact Amanda Berg at 612-360-4021.
Daylight Savings Time
Remember Daylight Savings Time begins on Sunday, March 14th. Move your clocks ahead. We will be celebrating Change Sunday on Sunday, March 21st!
One Great Hour
Remember the One Great Hour of Sharing Offering that will be collected on April 4th!
“It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.”    ~ Mother Teresa