Leading us in worship: Rev. Matthew Froeschle
Sunday Worship Schedule
(after Children's Chat)
Vespers & Pizza
Last Sunday of the Month
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Sunday School is offered at 8:30 a.m. for adults, young adults*, youth (grades 6-12)*, upper elementary (grades 2-5)*, lower elementary (grades Pre-K, K, & 1)*, and toddlers (ages 2-3)*. *Does not meet in the summer.
Please join us for Sunday Worship at 9:30 a.m. Let us be your church as you're passing through town, or your church home throughout the year. We invite you to worship with us. Children may stay in the sanctuary or go to Children's Church after the Children's Chat with the Pastor. During the worship service, we worship God through scripture reading, listening to the sermon, prayer, responsive readings, hymn singing, special music, and reflection.
During the 9:30 a.m. worship service, Children's Church is offered for children ages 4-12. Childlren are in the sanctuary until after the Children's Chat with the Pastor. Children's Church is a service where kids learn through scripture, stories, and music tailored to their age group.
Vespers & Pizza
On the last Sunday of the month, at 5:30 p.m., adults come together to share a simple meal and fellowship. After pizza, we read scripture, discuss a topic, and share our thoughts.
First Presbyterian Church is a Family of Faith.
Like many families, we:
*Support one another. Troubles are shared and burdens are lifted hrough requests to the Prayer Team, prayer requests made during worship, and conversation over coffee, etc.
*Share a common outlook. Presbyterians are dedicated to hearing and acting on scripture. We listen to what the Bible has to say through sermons and studies. We carry out what we learn and believe through our daily lives and in missions at home and abroad.
*Nuture Children. Outreach within and outside our church happens through Sunday School, Kids' Club, Youth Groups, LOGOS retreats, Camp Carew, and Vacation Bible School. We help children "grow up in Christ."
*Care for the Elderly. Members of the "Sunshine Brigade" conduct Christian care visits with shut-ins and those who live in skilled care settings.
*Help neighbors in need. Friends and families reach out to others in the Church when help is needed. In addition, members of the First Presbyterian family serve the community through programs like the Food Bank, Peace Meals, PADS homeless and transient shelter, etc.
*Grow. Families have a habit of growing. Our Family of Faith grows with those who are beginning or renewing their trust in Jesus Christ. Please consider what Christ means to you, and experience God's love through First Presbyterian Church.