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Worship Times

Worship Times and Locations

We offer two worship experiences:

Traditional Worship

Sanctuary • 9:30 and 11:00 AM

Through life-changing, relevant preaching and inspirational music, we express our love for God and encourage one another to take his message of hope and grace into our world. Led by pastors, elders and deacons, and the Sanctuary Choir, the worship service flows between music, prayer, Scripture and proclamation as we enter together into God’s presence.

Contemporary Worship/11:02

Westminster Hall • 11:02 AM

Come as you are, prepared to worship God through band-driven music, prayer, and the study of God’s Word. Led by pastors, members of the community, and a worship team, the contemporary worship service features new songs, dynamic preaching that connects to everyday life, and compelling stories of how God is moving in our world.


SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL AGES

9:30 AM

Adult Classes meet in the main church building.

Youth Sunday School (6th through 12th grade) meets in the First Presbyterian Church Student Center.

Children’s Sunday School meets on the first floor of the main church building.


HALF TIME

10:30 AM

A half hour of fellowship for the whole church gathers in the Nowlin Tower, Courtyard (weather permitting) and the McCullough Room.


CHILDREN IN WORSHIP

First Pres believes teaching children that worship is a vital part of their lives. It is a priority and intention. The Family and Student Ministry team encourages families to take the time to worship together at any of our three worship services.

Traditional

In the 9:30 and 11:00 Traditional worship services in the Sanctuary, children are encouraged to pick up a children’s worship bag from one of the ushers when they enter. Kids can use the activities provided in the worship bags as they participate in the worship service.

Contemporary

In the contemporary worship service, families may choose to sit together at tables set up to enhance the worship experience for their children. Kids can use the activities provided at the tables as they participate in worship, and adults can look for ways to engage with the kids about God’s Word and the message being preached.

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