WORSHIP & COMMUNITY

 

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

Sundays

 

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

 

5:30-6:30 pm Midweek Youth & Children's Program--Sept through May --Cancelled, due to Covid-19

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!

News from First Presbyterian Church

Dear Members and Friends of First Presbyterian,

 

While our regular way of gathering to worship has been interrupted, we are putting in place alternate plans. There is a new tab on this website called Alternative Worship. A weekly sermon will be posted there.

 

We are all working hard to continue to bring you the love and care of Jesus Christ even in this time of distancing. But mostly, dear friends, we wish you peace and comfort throughout these days. If we stand together and reach out to one another, we will all be better from this trial.

Announcements, Week of 5/31/20

Please Pray for…

Healing: Alice, Susan, Delores, Sonja, Rose’s daughter Cheryl, as well as Eugene, Mary, and Lee

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

At Home: Eugene

Care Center: Mary

Please Pray for thankfulness and joy for. . . Carol Schuette! Lord, bless Carol and hold her in your loving arms! Let her know how important she is to all of us here at First Presbyterian Church!

  • We lift up Andrea’s Mom, Jan as she continues to recover. And, we continue to pray for Chris.

  • Lord, today we especially lift up to You the families for all who have lost their lives to COVID-19. They are more than numbers, they are mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, grandparents, cousins, friends and neighbors. May we never forget that these terrible numbers represent people, people who suffered and are dearly missed.

  • Come Holy Spirit, hold us O God, our Loving Father, in Your healing hands, on this day. Help us, that we might help each other.

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