WORSHIP & COMMUNITY
First Presbyterian church is an intergenerational church where people of all ages come together to serve God. All ages are welcome.
9:30 am In-Person Worship (every other Sunday)
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
5:30-7:00 pm Midweek Youth 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!
Announcements, Week of 10/18/20
Please Pray for…
Healing: Alice, Delores, Sonja, Rose’s daughter Cheryl, and Lee.
And all those recovering from illness or grief who need God’s touch of healing.
At Home: Eugene
Please Pray for thankfulness and joy for. . . Trevor, Amanda, Johnny, Nealie, & Bobbie Jo Berg! Lord, bless this family who does and gives so much to this Church! They are a blessing!
Jesus Christ, Son of David, have mercy upon us! So many days, we are like the blind beggar in Mark's gospel, sitting on the side of the road hoping to hear the sounds of your coming. Jesus Christ, Son of David, have mercy upon us!
Have mercy upon us when we cannot see how we will make it. Have mercy upon us when we are sick and cannot get well. Have mercy upon us when life hardens our hearts and makes it difficult for us to love, to heal or to forgive. Have mercy upon us when persecution comes and when we are misunderstood. Jesus Christ, Son of David, we come today asking for strength to get to the other side, and grace to represent you well.
From this congregation Lord, we lift up: Alice, Delores, Sonja, & Rose’s daughter Cheryl, Eugene, and Lee.
We lift up Andrea’s Mom, Jan, as she continues to recover.
We lift up Phyllis and pray for your blessing upon her.
We lift up Gretchen’s father-in-law, Willard Karg, who passed away last Sunday, and we pray blessings on the Karg family, especially Steve. We also lift up his mother Mary Ann who has not only lost her husband, but will now be moving into a care facility. Bring her comfort in the midst of all of these transitions.
We come, confident that your promise to be with us always is true, confident that you are greater than the trials we face, confident that we are secure in the palm of your hands. We come to you today, like blind Bartimaeus who sat on the side of the road to Jericho, knowing that you love us and have not forgotten our needs.
Jesus Christ, Son of David, have mercy upon us.