We are a small congregation in a large church with even bigger hearts. We welcome all visitors! We are a warm and welcoming congregation committed to Jesus Christ. Visitors are always welcome to take part in worship, special events, fellowship, groups, classes and choir as well as our mission initiatives. Please become as involved as you feel comfortable. The church is located on the corner of Market Street and Fourth Street. Handicap accessibility is located on the Dollar Tree (Fourth Street) side of the church. We have a large spacious parking lot with ample handicap and regular parking spaces available. When coming to worship you can access the sanctuary from the Dollar Tree (Fourth Street) side upper door into the narthex or lower door where you will find a chair lift if needed to safely take you to the main floor or you can use the First Columbia Bank side upper door into the narthex or lower door. We encourage you to consider membership, you do not need to join to become active in the life, fellowship and work of First Presbyterian Church. We look forward to getting to know you better and hope you will join us for Sunday worship or any special worship service!
Worship service begins at 10:15 Sunday mornings. Along with bulletins we are happy to offer a power point presentation that follows the bulletin for anyone who has difficulty seeing the bulletin. The power point is projected on a screen at the front of the sanctuary. The sanctuary also is wired for optimal sound performance.
Communion is held monthly and is posted in our weekly bulletin and in our monthly newsletter. Children's Sunday school is now held during worship service. Prior to the pastor's sermon, children ages K-5 are invited to leave the sanctuary and attend Sunday school in the Sunday school room. Sunday school follows the same lectionary so the children can learn about each week's lesson in an easy to understand format. For more information on our weekly Sunday school curriculum click here. Our One Great Hour of Sharing offering introduces children to the story of Gracie the Fish. For past issues of Gracies story going back to 2006 please click here.
We also have a renovated nursery for anyone who has a young child that would need a break from worship to play or for mom's to privately change or feed their babies. The room is bright, vibrant, and colorful with a Noah's Ark mural on one wall, colorful and soft flooring, and toys to keep the busiest child happy. There is also a bathroom for a quick potty break for those who need it.