What to Expect

Whether you're a lifelong church-goer or this is your first time in a church, you will find a warm welcome at First Presbyterian Church. Our hope is that you will take the next step into this community of faith. We invite you to be our guest this weekend and experience FPC for yourself.

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Our Services

8:15 a.m. Traditional Worship (Sanctuary)
11:00 a.m. The Bridge Worship (Chapel)
11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship (Sanctuary)

Loving and leading all people
to deeper life in Jesus Christ

MINISTRIES

Adults

FPC offers a number of weekly opportunities to be equipped including a number of different Sunday School Classes, and a variety of weekday Bible studies. Whether it’s a Sunday morning or a Wednesday night at the church or any day of the week, these ministries exist to provide us with the tools, the provisions and qualities necessary for deeper life in Jesus

SUNDAY MORNINGS

ADULT CLASSES

9:30 - 10:30 am

Compass - Koinonia Room

Led by: KC Blackketter and Jim Longstreet

The Compass Class is a caring group of seniors and retirees. Come enjoy a discussion-style Bible study of both familiar and not-so-familiar scriptures. We take on the challenge of interpreting time-tested truths and applying them in our lives.

Covenant - The Upper Room (216)

The Bible & The Reformation For Today

Led by: Walter Thompson and Dillon Ferguson

This year we celebrate the 500 year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. It all started with Martin Luther nailing the 95 Theses in Wittenberg which sparked a rich heritage of faith that all Protestant Christians belong to. What does it mean to be Presbyterian, Reformed, Christian and Protestant? Join us as we explore our identity as Christians through the lens of Scripture and the influence of our heritage.

Logos - Chapel

From Flannelgraph to Flesh and Blood

Led by: Dan Hart and Steve Schorr

Join us for a fresh look at the great New Testament stories of faith that we remember hearing as kids with the help of felt-backed figures attached to a board. Our hope is to bring more meaning and perhaps another dimension to these tales that remain ingrained in our minds, but that we haven’t examined for a long time.

It’s Just a Phase! - FLC 228

Are you the parent of a middle or high school child; or maybe on the cusp of entering the wonderful world of parenting an adolescent? Using the book, It’s Just a Phase So Don’t Miss It, we will discuss how to transition through critical phases that we are called to discover, celebrate, and navigate strategically with our child(ren). Join us as we partner together (the church and the family) to influence the next generation of believers and raise mature Christian adults. Join Mac McCoy, a 40-year veteran of student ministry and the father of two adult children in this important dialogue.

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS

ADULT SERMON BASED SMALL GROUPS

6:15 - 7:30 pm

Here at First Presbyterian, we believe small groups are the best way to create lasting connections and opportunities to grow your faith in Jesus Christ.  Because of this, we highly encourage every member and guest to engage in one of these groups.

The Groups are made up of 8-14 people who meet weekly to discuss the previous week’s sermon and Bible verses, to support one another, and to deepen your faith. A trained leader will facilitate each group.

What is the required commitment?

Joining a group requires a commitment to attend weekly meetings. This commitment is the key to a strong group. Feel free to take the first three weeks to attend a  group and make sure it’s a good fit for you. We realize that things come up that may cause you to miss a meeting, so please don’t let that prevent you from joining a group.

How do I sign up for a group?

Joining a small group is easy! Just let us know you are interested, or you can indicate your interest directly to one of our group leaders.

AVAILABLE GROUPS

Men’s Groups

Luke Morrow, Gym Conference Room

Craig Atchison and Paul Anderson, FLC 228

Women’s Groups

Rachel Howard & Lori Morrow, Library

Open to All

Susan and Andrew Green, FLC 229

Breck and Ann Record & Phillip and Jena Carey, Community Room

Sally and Ralph Green & Gail and Gary Gililland, FLC 227

Dillon Ferguson & Gary Douglas, FA 219

Harold Howard & Walter Thompson, The Upper Room 216

Children’s Choir Volunteers

Shannon Weisenfels (starts at 6:30), Bride’s Room