All are welcome to worship with us!
and Potluck Lunch
Sunday, July 8 at 10am
Our annual outdoor service will utilize both our rear parking lot and our new back lawn, with good footing, accessibility and ease of use for everyone, from start to finish.
Sign up in the Fellowship Hall to make a dish to bring. [Hotdogs, water, and tableware will be provided.] Also sign up to lend a pop-up tent, if you have any. And of course bring a chair, bug spray, sunscreen, and maybe a parasol [umbrella!]. Casual clothes will be the norm. And we’ll provide a commissioning send-off for the crew we are sending to enjoy our largest church camp, Camp Rejoice at Kirkmont Center.
Come be a part of the set-up team at 9am on July 8th !
Come and be part of this wonderful worship setting !
Come and be part of our church family’s meal and fellowship. Come! And bring a friend to experience the casual side of First Presbyterian Church
Worship begins on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. We celebrate the Lord weekly by praying together aloud and in silence, by reading scripture, singing hymns both old and new, receiving inspiration from beautiful music, and seeking fresh perspectives on faith from our pastor’s message.
Communion is served on the first Sunday of every month. Anyone who has been baptized in Jesus’ name and accepts Him as their saviour is welcome to receive communion with us. Our communion is alcohol-free.
We also have a number of special services throughout the year:
- Christmas Eve “Carols and Candles”.
- Easter service.
- Special seasonal worship opportunities.
Children in Pre-K through 5th grade participate in activities and music geared for their ages.
For children younger than age three, loving and professional care is available in the Nursery during worship service. You can even be given a pager to use during the service so the Nursery staff can stay in touch with you!
Special Needs. Hearing-Impaired devices and large print bulletins and song sheets are available upon request. If you or a loved one are unable to climb stairs, please enter through the rear parking lot (off South Grove St.) and take the elevator up one floor to the sanctuary. The restrooms on that floor are also handicapped-accessible. And if you need transportation, please contact the church office!
Worship CDs – An excellent way to continue helping your child be immersed in God’s Word is to listen to our worship service throughout the week. You can request a CD from Miss Adriane or from the church office to listen to at home or in the car. Listening to the CDs allows your child to remember what happened on Sunday and help familiarize them with our group prayers and sung responses like the Doxology.