Events

Events

Whether you are an older adult, parent of a child with special needs, or someone looking for classes in which you can grow in your faith, First Presbyterian Church has something for you. Opportunities abound at FPC for fun, fellowship and faith building.

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Camp FPC

Camp FPC – July 18-22
Enjoy a fun week with offsite trips that include bowling, painting, arts and crafts, Family Fun Center, sports, and Legos model building with basic STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math.)

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Blood Drive

Sunday, June 12
8:00 am – 1:00 pm | South Parking Lot
Donors will receive a $20 e-gift card, a T-shirt, and a free wellness checkup. No appointment necessary.

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Safe Summer Bicycle Riding

Free Helmet Event – Sunday, June 5

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Rev. Dr. Greg Ogden Visit

The Rev. Dr. Greg Ogden, author of Discipleship Essentials, is coming to FPC June 4 & 5.

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VBS – 2022

VBS is June 6 – 10. Join us for a week full of faith discoveries, memorable music and epic adventures that will help kids to encounter God’s power and love.

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Ringing His Praises

Sunday, May 15 | 4-5 pm | Sanctuary
A family-friendly concert featuring our bell choirs: Festival Ringers and Simply Bronze. Bring your children because the concert will conclude with a “handbell petting zoo” where young and old alike can learn what it feels like to play one of our instruments.

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Special Offering

For more than 70 years, One Great Hour of Sharing has provided Presbyterians a way to share God’s love with our neighbors in need around the world. We will be receiving this special offering on Easter Sunday.

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Organ Recital

May 1 | 2 pm | Sanctuary
FPC Tom Ingui will perform an organ recital featuring some of the “gold standards” of the organ literature including music by Bach, Beethoven, Duruflé, Widor, and Vierne.

Who We Are

The mission of First Presbyterian Church is to make and mature disciples for Jesus Christ.

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