November 6, 2016: “An Election Day Sermon”

In colonial America, there was in many places a tradition of holding a worship service on the morning of election day, before voting began. The preacher would remind the community of God’s covenant, which included the political order. Those standing for office were to fulfill the duties of office for the good of the community … [Read more…]

Veterans at First

Following Veterans Day last Friday, we recognized members of First Presbyterian Church who are veterans of the armed forces during the fellowship lunch on Sunday. We thank each one for his or her service.

A Video Walk-Through

This video shows a walk through the back part of the former tire and appliance store we are renovating to serve the community on Washington Street. You can begin to see it coming together! The video begins at the back of the large multi-purpose space, with the kitchen/snack area to your left. We then simply … [Read more…]

The Revival Building

The building across Washington Street has been known informally as “the Clem building” and the “Cross the Street” building for many years. Now as it takes shape as fully renovated ministry space, it has a name. The Building Commission of the Session worked hard on the name. They wanted something right for a church building … [Read more…]