At First Presbyterian Church We belIEve that God calls all ages to participate in the life of the church. From the youngest to the oldest, we are living, learning, and loving together! Come check it out!
Children in Worship
Every Sunday during worship, children gather for their own time of praise, Bible study, and prayer. 4 year old through 5th graders are welcome.
We have a large group of players who meet from 3:30-7:30PM on Mondays and Wednesdays and at 9:15-12:00 PM on Fridays. No previous experience necessary. Visit our Calendar page for specifics regarding cancellations and competitions.
We now have a labyrinth located behind the courtyard. Prayer walkers welcome any time!
Our Women's Ministry is designed to give women throughout Barry County the opportunity to experience joy and growth in their lives through a relationship with Jesus Christ. It is our goal to encourage one another to become women of godly influence and to pursue God wholeheartedly.
Join the "Knit-Wits" who meet every Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. to do the needlework of your choice. A primary function of this group is to maintain a supply of knitted or crocheted Prayer Shawls to be taken to shut-ins, or those who are ill or grieving, by our Deacons or Congregational Care Pastor. Questions about the "Knit-Wits"? Call Barb Bell (948-8883) or Sunny Anderson (948-8811), or just show up on Monday nights at 7:00 p.m.! You don’t have to be an “expert” – someone here is always willing to teach or help with patterns or skills!
The women's study meets here at the church from 10:00-11:30.
Our Men's Ministry is designed to give men throughout Barry County the opportunity and resources to develop a Godly character, equip them to influence their world for Christ, and grow in their lives through a relationship with Jesus Christ. It is our goal to encourage one another to become men of godly influence and to pursue God wholeheartedly.
The men's study meets here at the church from 9:00-10:15.
This men's study meets periodically throughout the year at the Seasonal Grille at 8pm on Thursdays.
A group of volunteers who provide food for those in need following or during medical crises; serve and provide food for dinners/luncheons for the church family throughout the year; serving as hosts for Presbytery events and other needs.
A group of volunteers who commit to being sure visitors receive Welcome Mugs and being “traffic directors” to Sunday School rooms, the nursery, as well as to the sanctuary and other areas. These volunteers are also available to answer any needs they can of people who walk through our doors, whether newcomers or “old-comers.”