Our Many Faces ...
The eager faces of children sitting around a Sunday School or VBS teacher, hearing and telling stories of Faith;
The faces of choir members and handbell ringers who share their musical talent in worship;
The face of mature adults for whom First Presbyterian Church is "Family";
The faces of youth, engaged in faith discovery and mission trips, locally and across the continent;
The face of one, among many, whom this congregation is a source of strength and companionship;
The faces of members standing in the rain at the cemetery discussing the life of a departed family member and friend;
The face of 'Big Al'' who comes for Christmas Dinner, for whom this is a safe place and a significant opportunity to life back on track;
The face of community groups who meet in our building;
The faces of those who gather to worship, study, fellowship and serve as fellow pilgrims along the journey of faith.
These faces are of all shapes and ages, God's children, with a variety of life and faith experiences. They are the faces of many who call First Presbyterian Church "Home" and who worship, work, sing, study, laugh, cry, and celebrate together. They are your faces and ours.
A Tradition Spanning 170 Years
Drawing on more than 170 years of tradition we're a church that hopes to always be in transition, developing new perspectives and new ministries within our congregation and neighborhood as situations and community needs change.
We're proud of our history of an outstanding music and arts program. Drama, liturgical dance and special music are important to our worship life. We’re also exploring new ways to translate the Gospel message into the language of people of all ages.
We're excited about our future and our life today.
What we Believe
Director of Church Music
Rev. Annie McMillan