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

SUMMER 2017 WORSHIP SCHEDULE

On June 4, 2017 we will begin our summer schedule. The summer schedule will run June 4th - September 3rd.

8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer Service (Sanctuary)
9:30 a.m. The Bridge Worship Service (Chapel)
11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship Service (Sanctuary)

The 8:30 service offers a short meditation and gives more focus to prayer and the sacraments.

  • Traditional Service: 8:15 a.m. in the Sanctuary

    Organ, Choir, Hymns, Holy Communion, Scripture and Sermon

  • Traditional Service: 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary

  • The Bridge Service: 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel

    Contemporary music, scripture, sermon, weekly communion

Loving and leading all people
to deeper life in Jesus Christ

MINISTRIES

Youth Parent Resources

Welcome to the Parent Resource Page for FPC Youth Ministries!  The vision of FPC is to love and lead all people to deeper life in Jesus Christ.  This page is part of that!  Below you will find all sorts of resources, ideas and encouragement as you navigate the adolescent years with your child.  We want to support you and walk alongside you and your child through these very important years.  This is just one way of doing that.

If you have a resource that has been particularly helpful to you as a parent, grandparent or adult in the life of a child, let us know about it!  Maybe we can include it here! 

Youth Culture

  • The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding is committed to building strong families by serving to bridge the cultural-generational gap between parents and teenagers. click here
  • Newsletter and Culture e-Update click here

Faith that Sticks

Sticky Faith Parents click here

  • The goal of this movement is to help teenagers develop Sticky Faith.  By “Sticky Faith” we mean a combination of characteristics, all of which exist in a dynamic tension…
    • Faith that is both internalized and externalized: a faith that is part of a student’s inner thoughts and emotions, and is also externalized in choices and actions that reflect that faith commitment.  These behaviors include regular attendance in a church/campus group, prayer and Bible reading, service to others, and lower participation in risk behaviors, in particular sex and alcohol (two behaviors we are studying specifically).  In other words, Sticky Faith involves whole-person life integration, at least to some degree.
    • Faith that is both personal 1 and communal:  a faith that celebrates God’s specific care for each person while always locating faith in the global and local community of the Church.
    • Faith that is both mature and maturing:  a faith that shows marks of spiritual maturity but is also in process of growth.  We don’t assume a high school senior or college freshman (or a youth worker for that matter) will have a completely “mature” faith.  We are all in process.
    • Sticky Faith Calendar Prompts click here
      • Daily suggestions for helping your child to develop a faith that sticks!

Fuller Youth Institute click here

  • FYI exists to leverage RESEARCH into RESOURCES that ELEVATE leaders, kids, and families.
  • FYI E-Journal  click here

Daily Prayer Reminders for Parents  click here

  • Daily reminders in your inbox with Scripture to pray over your children.