Resources available through the First Presbyterian Church

“It makes your soul feel good to know you are part of something bigger, doing something more.”

Our vibrant little church, nestled in the heart of Somerset’s historic downtown district offers a host of activities for the diverse community it serves.  Sunday Services commence at 11AM with activities leading up to it.  Wednesday evenings kick off at 5:30pm with a church family meal followed by youth group and choir.

God’s Food Pantry

The First Presbyterian Church of Somerset, Kentucky is very active in God’s food Pantry.

Hold You Over Boxes

This month the donation item is two cans of beef stew. Please leave donations in the collection bins in the hallway from the atrium to the Fellowship Hall.


Over My Head Ministry

Over My Head is a ministry helping the homeless in Somerset. Monetary donations are needed and appreciated and they are tax deductible to this 501c organization. Linens, toiletry items, bottled water, paper products and cleaning supplies are among items you may donate to the shelter. Check out their Facebook page and give them a Like!



Alcoholics Anonymous

The First Presbyterian Church of Somerset, Kentucky is proud to host Alcoholics Anonymous every Saturday evening 8:00PM.  While these meetings are closed to public, these meetings are available to help addicts & alcoholics on the road to recovery. No invitation is needed. But it is recommended that If it is your first meeting, you arrive a few minutes early. If you have questions about this program or need some additional guidance in this area, we would recommend checking out their website.



There is a planned mission trip to Beaumont Texas for February 2018 being led by Dr. Glenn Proudfoot through Habitat for Humanity. We may be prefabbing a house and taking it with us (like was done for hurricane Katrina). Please respond to this email if you are interested in making the trip in February or March. All those who are interested in making the trip will attend a meeting (time and date will be set once volunteers have been established). Adequate funding is available for this project and for all to go regardless of available resources. The tentative plan is to drive down in one, long, day.

Easter Worship Service, April 16, 2017

Rev. Burt McGlawn, First Presbyterian Church, Somerset