Worship is at the heart of who we are

This church welcomes you no matter who you are or from where you come. We are Christ’s people, and this is Christ’s place with its doors open wide. If you are passing through, Godspeed; if you are looking for a home, stay here; if you need instruction, we can learn together. We invite you to return often.

Worship with us online or watch past services.

Join us in-person

Worship:
8:30am in our historic Sanctuary
11:00am in the Great Hall

Children are invited to pick up worship items from the blue car at the entrance to the Sanctuary and Great Hall. Following the Children’s Time during the 11am service, children in 4yr PreK through 1st grade may leave for Children’s Church with children’s ministry leaders.

Nursery for Infants through 4-yr-olds:
9:30am-12:15pm (Summer months: 10:45am-12:15pm)

Sunday School for Adults & Children:
9:45-10:45am

Fellowship Breakfast:
A hot breakfast is served most Sundays August – May. Find specific dates on our full calendar here.
9:15am-10:30am | Holland Hall
$7/person or $28/family max

Stephen Ministers On-Call
A Stephen Minister is on call each Sunday morning from 10am-12pm. If you would like to speak with a Stephen Minister during that time, please see the front desk or one of the deacons on duty, and they will locate one for you.

FAQs

You’ll be welcomed to the FPC family in any attire. You’ll find the majority of our congregants dressed in traditional Sunday dress. Younger generations are choosing more casual dress, wearing jeans or slacks.

Our congregation is full of families, and we always love to see children and teens join us for worship. Our 11:00am Sunday service particularly caters to children, offering them an opportunity to come to the front and talk with the worship leader, providing them with worship materials, and Children’s Church.

For younger children who need a quieter space, our nursery provides a secure, happy and loving environment during all services for children ages 8 weeks to 4 years.

Read more about our Children’s Ministry here.

Communion is served the first Sunday of every month and during other special services throughout the year.

You do not need to be a member to participate in any aspect of worship—our doors are open to anyone, and we encourage you to visit as often as you’d like. If you’re interested in taking the steps to become a member, learn how to get started here.

We have several parking lots, and encourage visitors, those needing handicap access and our elderly members to use our reserved parking area located in the main parking lot closest to the church.

At First Presbyterian Church, we believe joining a church as an official member is an important step. Becoming a member is simply a way of letting the rest of the church know that you are committed to the life of this church, and for the church membership to receive you as a new member of the family.