THIS IS THE HEART OF THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH EXPERIENCE
*With government restrictions for social distancing currently lessening, our worship services and Bible Studies will change as follows starting Sunday, May 17. We will be offering limited in person worship opportunities at the 9:00 and 11:00 services, with appropriate social distancing mandated. There will not be a nursery offered, nor any adult, youth or children’s Sunday morning classes until a later date. We will continue to livestream our early worship service (contemporary service) every Sunday starting at 9:00 a.m. on the YouTube site here, or you may click the link provided on our Facebook page. As well, you will also find here age appropriate Bible Studies for Children, Youth and Adults which are posted throughout the week. If you subscribe to the FPC YouTube channel you will receive updated notices for worship and study.
First Presbyterian Church seeks to offer worship that invites and gathers a growing and diverse community of participants to celebrate God’s glory and respond to God’s grace, providing opportunities for both contemporary and traditional styles of worship.
We offer two worship services each Sunday morning, in distinct styles:
9:00 worship (Please see above) in the Fellowship Hall, led by First Presbyterian Church’s Praise Band.
11:00 worship in the Sanctuary, led by our Sanctuary Choir.
The Lord’s Supper is served the first Sunday of every month in both services. Baptisms may be scheduled for either service.
There are additional special opportunities for worship throughout the Church year, including:
On certain occasions, we combine our two regular services into one, held at 10:30 a.m. either in the sanctuary or the fellowship hall. On those mornings, Sunday School begins at 9:30 rather than at 9:45, and there is no Cherub Choir rehearsal.
Throughout the year we offer a number of occasional worship services as part of our Wednesday evening program. Some of these services are regular parts of our worship calendar, such as All Saints Day and Ash Wednesday; others may be geared to a particular theme. All of these services seek to bring worshippers of all ages into a shared experience of God’s glory.