Bible Study
 
We must never settle with just reading Scripture. Studying the Bible is meant to transform us. We should diligently be meditating, reflecting, and applying Scripture to our lives. When this becomes a habit  God’s Word becomes far more empowering and intimate.
 
-Quote from biblereasons.com
 
Join us when we study together! 
 
Children’s Sunday School – Sunday mornings 9:00am. 
   *Ages 6-10 in Rainbow Room  *5th Grade & up in Parlor
 
Adult Sunday Education – 9:00 & 11:00am in Edwards Chapel
 
Wednesday Morning Sermon Bible Study – Every Wednesday
    *Men’s – 7:15am in Parlor      *Women’s – 8:30am in Edwards Chapel
 
 
Children are studying Following Jesus. This curriculum is from PCUSA (Presbyterian curriculum).  Following Jesus is something all of us are called to do every day of our lives. Following Jesus is an invitation to discipleship, an ongoing practice that we accept again and again. This unit studies mostly New Testament passages from the Bible, asking what it means when we choose to follow Jesus with every decision we make. Learn how following Jesus translates to loving God and neighbor and bearing witness to God’s love and justice in our everyday world. 
 
 
Worship
 
God is spirit, and his
worshipers must worship
in the Spirit and in truth.   
 John 4:24
 
In-person worship starts at 10:00am in the sanctuary.
 
YouTube version (sermon & 1 hymn) will be uploaded and ready by late Sunday afternoon.
 
 

First Presbyterian Church

4 Responses to “Home”

  1. Ellen Hamilton says:

    I am inquiring about the rose window. I think it is in honor of a young woman who was a member of the church. She died when she was at the university of Iowa.

    • admin says:

      Ellen, honestly I have no idea. I wish I did. I am in the process of going through history. Fingers crossed I will come across it. In the mean time I will be asking some of the members who have grown up in this church.

  2. Kelle says:

    Ellen, I talked to a few people and Polly said that the Eastman family donated it a long time ago. She could not remember the year though. 😉

  3. C Wolvington says:

    Hello friends at FPC! I only know that rose window was there the whole time I attended the church (starting in 1959). Thanks, Carol Wolvington

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