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Welcome Home to FPC – Fall 2019


Welcome Home to FPC for Fall 2019

We have LAUNCHed into the school year with new Sunday school classes, Bible Studies, programs and many more ways to get connected at FPC.

Our mission is to glorify God as we continue to Love Jesus Christ, Love One Another, and Love the City. All three of our regular worship services are in full swing in addition to Sunday school classes for kids, youth and adults of all ages.

Our children and youth students have Sunday school classes (based on age and grade) during the 9:30 hour as they dive deep into God’s Word and enjoy fellowship with one another. Additionally, we have several different adult Sunday school classes to choose from, discussing different topics and books of the Bible that will engage adults of all ages in deep learning, fruitful discussion, and meaningful engagement with one another.

We look forward to seeing you this fall at FPC! Visit the ministry pages or view the Fall 2019 Ministry Guide for the updated fall information and detailed class offerings.

5 Love Languages Marriage Conference


Saturday | Sept. 7 | 9:00 am – 3:30 pm | FPC

Whether you’ve been married six months or sixty years, every marriage can use a boost. In this popular one-day conference led by Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller The 5 Love Languages®, you and your spouse will experience what’s sure to be the highlight of your marriage and the beginning of many positive changes. Cost is $47 per individual; $75 per couple (lunch included in cost). Register early! This conference sells out fast!


Childcare available for First Presbyterian covenant partners. Email to reserve.

One by One


One by One is a Christ-centered, one on one, mentoring ministry to expectant and new moms in need in our city. Its mission is to mentor and educate new moms to parent well so that their children will flourish and a positive impact will be made upon the next generation against poverty, neglect and abuse. One by One’s Vision is that moms will experience God’s love in these mentoring relationships and that they and their families will come to saving faith in Christ.

If you are interested in learning more or becoming a part of this transformational ministry, there will be a One by One Training Event at First Presbyterian Church on Saturday, September 28. Contact for more information.

Pathways to Hope Conference


Pathways to Hope Conference
August 22-23 | Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

The third annual Pathways to Hope Conference, focusing on mental health and including speakers from across the community and nation, will once again be held at the Tobin Center. The goal of the conference is to continue to break the stigma of mental illness, and to discover how faith communities can provide support for people and families affected by mental illness. Attendance is free. For more information on the event and keynote speakers, or to register (required), visit

Volunteer Opportunities



Are you looking for a way to get involved? Here at FPC, we have many ministry opportunities, for people of all ages and interests!  We believe that God has given each of us gifts, so why not use yours to help further His Kingdom?  It’s also a great way to meet new friends! Check out our “Volunteer Opportunity” page and sign up!

“Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.”  1 Peter 4:10

Vacation Bible School is coming!


Join us from Monday, June 24 through Friday, June 28 for VBS at FPC! Registration is open to children 4 years old to 5th grade.

To register, click HERE.

Children ages 2-3 years old are also welcome; however, they must have a parent or guardian volunteer at VBS. If you wish to volunteer for VBS, please contact Rozlyn Miller at, we are currently accepting volunteers from Middle School ages and up!

Boundaries Class


Wednesdays | May 15 – Jul 3 | 6:30 PM | Room 226

Boundaries is a nine-week, video-based discussion taken from Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr John Townsend’s book,”Boundaries, How to Say Yes, How to Say No.” This course covers numerous aspects of respecting personal boundaries. It is a follow through from the DivorceCare Group, but all are welcome. For more info, contact Joe Moore at

Lenten Reflections 2019 Now Available


The 2019 version of Lenten Reflections, our daily devotional booklet during the Lenten season, is now available for viewing or download. Our hope and prayer is that each reflection, and its associated scriptural passages and illustrations, will lead you closer to Christ who came that we might have life, and have it abundantly!

To view and download Lenten Reflections, click HERE.