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We gather together in our sanctuary to worship God at 10:30 AM every Sunday.
We worship in a traditional style with hymns, readings, and proclamation of God’s Word.
We celebrate communion--The Lord's Supper--on the first Sunday of each month. All who trust in the Lord are welcome to commune at Christ's table.
We are continuing to offer an online service option each week.
We offer a Fellowship Time / Coffee Hour following each Sunday's worship.
Check out the GALLERY links above for photos of activities during 2018-2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023.
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During the year, the congregation also enjoys several special worship services or other events, including our Kirkin' o' the Tartan followed by a special Scottish tea, a planned potluck Thanksgiving dinner, Christmas Eve worship, a Birthday Cake Auction, and a Red Letter Day during the summer.
Our entire building is wheelchair accessible.
Telex "Sound Mate" Personal
Listening system is available in the sanctuary.
Consider coming to church!
Your level of involvement is entirely up to you.
Come for the spiritual uplift.
Come for fellowship with people who come to know and care about you.
Come because you are seeking knowledge about God and want to get a better understanding of God’s Word.
Come because you know that it is the right thing to do.
We are on line...
We are now providing live-streamed Sunday morning services on YouTube. Links to these services--after they have been recorded--may be found under the WORSHIP 2024 tab above. These services may be viewed at any time.
Links to all 2023 services can be found by using the WORSHIP 2023, above.
We continue to livestream and record Sunday morning worship services. These may be found under W0RSHIP 2024 above.
Staying in Touch and up-to-date
The February, January, and December issues of our newsletter, The Tartan, are available online from the NEWSLETTER tab above in the drop down menu under "MORE..." at the top of this page.
A few copies of the current month's edition are available at the church.
Our worship service begins with the prelude and ends with the postlude. Please listen as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit speak through the music we hear during the worship service. Our organist spends a great amount of time preparing the music so that it is a meaningful part of our worship.
As the prelude plays, quietly prepare yourself for worship. Enjoy this time of silence to reflect on your past week.
During the postlude, use this time to quietly reflect upon the words of the service you have just heard. Let the music lift up your spirit and bring you joy for the week ahead.
Rev. Rayment, preaching
The Bible Study group resumed on Wednesday, January 3, 2024. The current topic is a study of the Westminster Shorter Catechism.
All are welcome. There's always room for more.
A study of Hebrew, Seventy Hebrew Words Every Christian Should Know, resumed on Tuesday, January 2.
A prayer service is held in our sanctuary each each Wednesday afternoon, following the Bible study session.
Ecumenical Lenten Series -
Supper and Worship
Check out the February issue of our newsletter, THE TARTAN, for information and the schedule--Ash Wednesday through Maundy Thursday--during which several area churches will host weekly suppers (at 6:00 PM) followed by a worship service (at 7:00 PM).
The hosting congregation will provide a simple soup and bread supper, followed by a worship service. Pastors will provide a message on the themes of Peace/ Shalom/Wholeness/Wellness, each one preaching at church other than his usual assignment.
Worshipers may attend as many suppers and services as they can. All are welcome!
The newly formed Ukulele Group meets every Thursday from 2-3:30 pm at First Presbyterian Church, in rooms 5, 6, and 7. Everyone is welcome. You do not need to know how to play. Please bring your ukulele. Call Doris Feys at 989.255.5534 with any questions.
The Chatty Crafters Group meets on Wednesdays from 12pm-2pm at our church in rooms 5, 6 and 7. Bring your own project to work on: knitting, crocheting, embroidery, hand quilting, card making, etc. Tables will also be set up for making fleece tie blankets for Hope Shores Alliance. Bring a friend and have fun socializing.