Worship at the First Presbyterian Church

“The sound of music fills the air and the congregation stirs in delight and anticipation of good things to come.”

Every Sunday morning from 9:15AM our friendly little church gets up and gets moving – We like to call it Coffee Plus. It could be the juice, or perhaps it’s the fresh coffee percolating, maybe it’s even those super sweet sugar laden donuts calling your name – but we like to think it’s the fellowship and conversation you will inevitably find in Fellowship Hall in the run up to the Sunday Worship. Sunday is a busy day at the First Presbyterian Church and from 9:15AM, we offer a whole host of activities ranging from Nursery to Bible Study all leading up to our 11AM Worship service.


Sunday Services

11:00 AM Every Sunday Mornings

Reflection on the word of the Lord in a comfortable and inviting atmosphere.

Children’s Sunday School

11:15 – 12PM Sunday Mornings

Children in Kindergarten through Grade 5 are invited to  study the Bible through exploration and play after the children’s sermon during Sunday Worship.  For younger children Childcare services are available from 10AM off the atrium and down the stairs.

Pastor’s Sunday School

10:00 am Sunday Mornings

Rev. Andrew Bowman’s Sunday School class is on each Sunday morning at 10am. Everyone is invited to attend the free-form class that will be taking a more in depth look at the Sunday scriptures.


Women’s Sunday School

10:00 – 10:45AM Sunday Mornings

Women share a unique perspective on the Bible and it’s teachings.  This class is held in the Women’s Parlor.

The Thoughtful Christian

10:00 – 10:45AM Sunday Mornings

Christian-Centered discussions of current events and issues.  Find this class in the Churches Chapel.

Youth Sunday School

9:30 – 10:30AM Sunday Mornings

Grades 6 through 12 are invited to study the Bible and Christian life with their peers in the youth room.

Silent Prayer Group

5:00 – 6:00PM Sunday Evenings

Community and Church members meet for prayer.

Silent Prayer

5:45 PM on Thursdays in the chapel

Some call it Meditation, Centering Prayer, or Contemplative Prayer. Our Silent Prayer is an Ecumenical gathering where we spend 20 minutes of non-directed time devoted to quieting the mind in a peaceful setting. Join us at 6:00 PM on Thursdays at First Presbyterian Church in the downstairs chapel.

You may contact Brad Schoolcraft, 305-8586 or Nina Wilhelm,678-4292 for more information.