Worship Services

We would love to have you join us.

          "I was glad when they said unto me, 'Let us go into the House of the Lord"' we read in Psalm 122. Worship is at the heart of who we are at First Presbyterian. We worship in order to be strengthened to go into the world to serve, both individually and collectively. We worship in a never ending pursuit to grow closer to our Lord and Saviour. We worship through song, prayer, scritpure, sermon and the Lord's Supper. During the school year, there are two options.


          At 8:33AM in the Fellowship Hall we have a contemporary service. (As you face the white sanctuary the fellowship hall is the building to the left.) The service is more casual, both in dress and style. Not only do we gather around the communion table but we gather around the table with donuts and coffee. There is a praise band which leads the worship with contemporary praise songs or old hymns sung in new ways. The scripture and the sermon are the same at both services. At this service the Lord's Supper is celebrated weekly.

At 11:00AM we celebrate worship in our beautiful sancutary in a more traditional style. The chancel choir, accompanied by our organist Allen Lloyd leads worship with many of the great hymns of the church. The sermon is preached from the pulpit and hymns sung from the hymn book both honoring and praising God. Some, not all, "dress-up"; some men wear a tie  while others wear a polo shirt. Simply said, at either service, wear whatever is comfortable for you.

During the summer months we meet at 10:00AM, alternating between the contemporary service in the fellowship hall and traditional service in the sanctuary.

There is child care available at both services and a moment with children during worship at both services.