WORSHIP & COMMUNITY
First Presbyterian church is an intergenerational church where people of all ages come together to serve God. All ages are welcome.
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.'
7:30 pm AA Meeting
5:30-6:30 pm Midweek Youth & Children's Program--Sept through May
Monday -- 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Wednesday -- 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Friday -- 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Below are ways to "get involved" in our faith-based community!
News from First Presbyterian Church
Dear Members and Friends of First Presbyterian,
It is amazing how quickly our lives have changed! But, in the face of this COVID-19 pandemic, change is not an option, it is the rule of the day. First Presbyterian Church has decided to cancel all worship gatherings, effective immediately for Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings. This change will remain in place until April 11th. It is our greatest hope that we will be able to gather on Easter morning once again. In addition, all confirmation and youth classes will be canceled for the rest of the year.
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 4/5/20
Please Pray for…
Healing: Alice Swanson, Susan Colley, Delores Lahr, Sonja Johnson, Rose Barberg’s daughter Cheryl Paicius
And all those recovering from illness or grief who need God’s touch of healing.
Bereavement: Pray for the family of Kay Stenberg as they mourn her loss
At Home: Eugene Lorentz
Care Center: Mary Robinson
Please Pray for thankfulness and joy for. . . Adell Mumford! Lord, thank you for Adell and for the joy she has brought to this congregation!
One Great Hour of Sharing
Each gift to One Great Hour of Sharing helps to improve the lives of the suffering and the vulnerable. Providing relief from natural disasters, food for the hungry, and support for the poor and oppressed. Where God is, there is hope for the suffering and the vulnerable. Together, we become the household of God. We extend shelter to those who have no place to stay, offer compassion to those who have pain—be it physical, emotional or spiritual—and we set a feast, with God, for those who lack access to enough food to eat. God’s household filled with love and everyone is welcome. Join with Presbyterians worldwide in sharing God’s love with our neighbors-in-need around the world. This Lenten season, please give generously to One Great Hour of Sharing.
During the season of Lent, we reflect on our lives, our community and the world. And during this season we participate in One Great Hour of Sharing which raises money to serve individuals and communities in needs. From initial disaster response to ongoing community development, our gifts will help provide people all over the world with safety, sustenance, and hope. During Lent we will highlight these programs and will accept gifts on Palm Sunday, April 5th.