Every Wednesday night at 5:30 we provide a full course meal for those interested. Adult plates are $5, and a for children under 10 years old the plate is $3. For this meal you get the main course, sides, salad, drinks, and dessert. Come to the Social Hall (across from the main worship center) for food and fellowship before the bible message.
As if the meal wasn't incentive enough, afterwards Rev. Ron Brown will lead in prayer and a study continuing his series on "Calvinism and the Christian Life." We invite you to dive into God's Word with us from 6-6:45.
Junior and Senior High youth meet every Wednesday after the family dinner from
6-6:45 PM and are taught by Gabe Allen
Children ages 3-10 meet as well, from 6-6:45 following the dinner, and are going through the shorter catechism with teacher Mary Vickie Taws. They play games, do crafts, and learn about God's word in a fun and relevant way.
Nursery is provided for babies from 0-2
Sunday morning worship is a traditional worship service for ages 5 to adult starting at 10:30am. There will be a time of prayer, singing of hymns, reading from God's Word, anthems from the chancel choir, and a sermon by Rev. Ron Brown. Our fun nursery staff and volunteers are available take care of all children from newborn to 4 years old during the service.
Prior to our Sunday morning worship, we offer a wide variety of Sunday School classes to attend for all ages and interests. All Sunday School classes are held in our Sanctuary Building (beside the main worship center). Classes start at 9:15am and are finished before morning worship begins. Read below for a description of these classes, and click here for a map of our Sunday School rooms.
Our preschool and younger elementary children will begin learning what it means to love and obey Jesus, and what it means to serve God and others. They will find out that it is Jesus who calls us to belong to him and who leads us into service. In addition to the Bible lesson, there is a time of singing, crafts, and prayer.
During the Spring quarter, the older elementary children will be studying the Ten Commandments. They will look at a Bible story that illustrates a commandment, and will discover how that commandment applies to a concrete, everyday situation. The children will memorize shortened versions of the commandments, together with catechism questions and answers that explain their meaning. In addition to the Bible lesson, there is a time of scripture memory, crafts, and prayer.
Join us Sunday mornings and laugh with us, pray with us, and learn with us! Our Sunday school class is for middle and highschool (guys and gals). We are walking through the Old Testament and reflecting on how it points towards Jesus. We are currently going through 2 Samuel.
The Fellowship Sunday School Class meets downstairs in the Lauren Merriam classroom, and the class is currently reading and discussing the books of the Old Testament. The book of Ecclesiastes is the current study.
A mixed-adult discussion class led by Robert Croft will begin a new using the ARP Adult Quarterly curriculum. Lessons will focus on "The Hope of the Bible" based on Joshua, Judges, and Ruth. This class meets upstairs in a classroom adjacent to the choir room. All are welcome.
Nevin Zimmerman leads the Chapel Class for adults and recently began a study of the Book of Jonah with lessons taught by Matt Teplicek. Weaved into the story of a prophet running from God and a big fish is the picture of God’s mercy and grace. God displays his sovereignty through nature and in the lives of the characters in this fascinating book.. If you think this is a book that is no longer relevant to how we as Christians relate to our society, then you need to come to this class which meets in the chapel located behind the sanctuary building.
This Cross Generational adult Sunday School class has been exploring Christian answers to difficult questions of the faith. Video based lecture topics are followed by group discussions. Recent lecturers have included R.C. Sproul, Steven Meyer, Tim Keller, and Ravi Zacharias, Recent series have included "Is the Bible Reliable?", "Ultimate Issues", "The Reason for God", "Creation or Chaos", "Angels and Demons", and "The Mystery of the Trinity"
Sue Harrell leads the Closer-Walk class which has a rich history as the longest-established Sunday School class at First Presbyterian. This adult class is currently studying the Book of Exodus, taking a chapter by chapter approach, which seeks to deepen our walk with Christ by applying scriptural truths to every-day life. While this class is teacher-led, there is always room for discussion and all are welcome to join and enjoy the warm fellowship of this group. This class meets in the Closer-Walk classroom downstairs which is located between the Nursery and Kitchen.