“Warm, welcoming, open and thought-provoking” – These words are often used to describe worship at First Presbyterian Church. Worship is a sacred time and space to center ourselves in God who equips us to go into the world as disciples. “I don’t have to go to church — I love to go to church!”
We gather for worship to praise God through meaningful sermons, biblical lessons, soulful prayers, great music and joyful singing! In addition to Christian holidays, we sometimes worship with other churches, celebrate in the outdoors or focus on specific topics, like our Martin Luther King Jr. Community Celebration, Earth Day or Blessing of the Animals.
At First Presbyterian we come together from a variety of backgrounds, not just Presbyterian – some of us grew up in other Protestant denominations, some are former Roman Catholics, and for some, this is their first church experience. It’s a blended congregation with a blend of worship styles that brings us all together as we worship God.”
Young people provide worship leadership by lighting candles, ushering with adults, bringing communion elements into worship with their families and being liturgists and choir member
- Special services are conducted by the church youth.
- “Time for the Young Church” during Sunday services
- Children’s “Worship Bags” with faithful activities are available
- “God’s Wiggle Room” is a special place for children and caregivers just outside the sanctuary.
Please wear your name tags for worship!
With so many new members and visitors, everyone could use help learning new names
— thanks be to God!
The name tag racks have been moved to the hallway by the coat racks and kids’ activity bags for your convenience.
We are also making new name tags for everyone.