Ministries

  • Alcoholics Anonymous +

    Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. Read More
  • Knox Starting Point +

    Knox Starting Point is a non-profit, Christian ministry that empowers women facing unplanned pregnancies to make healthy, life-affirming decisions. It provides them with the accurate information and support they need regarding pregnancy, fetal development, life style issues and related concerns. Read More
  • DivorceCare +

    Compassionate volunteers walk alongside brothers and sisters who are going through divorce. The 13-week program helps people to face their challenges and rebuild their lives. Read More
  • Hot Meals +

    A free hot meal is available seven days a week for those in need in our community. Meals are provided by members of local churches, including FPC on Monday nights from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Read More
  • It’s a Guy Thing +

    Men from throughout the community are welcome to be a part of regular Bible study and fellowship. Read More
  • Life Groups +

    Life Groups are intentional communities of about 6-12 people joined by the common pursuit of following Jesus Christ to lead lives that reveal God’s goodness. Through study, discussion, support, prayer and service, members sharpen, challenge and support one another in Christ. FPC Life Groups select studies that are of interest Read More
  • Mission and Outreach +

    As part of the body of Christ, we are commanded to go and serve, demonstrating God’s love in tangible ways. FPC is eager to serve. Read More
  • Music +

    Music is an element of worship that offers praise and uplifts those who sing or play it, as well as those who hear it. The Praise Band (during Contemporary Worship), Chancel Choir (during Traditional Worship) make music with the hope of sharing God’s message of grace. Read More
  • Pastoral Care and Compassion +

    FPC heeds Christ’s call to extend compassion and love by bringing care where the need is greatest. From birth to death, Pastoral Care and Compassion is a ministry that demonstrates visible signs of love and concern for brothers and sisters during special times. Read More
  • Prayer +

    FPC is a praying church. If you or someone you know has an urgent prayer request, contact the church office, (740) 393-1326, and request that the Prayer Chain be activated. Read More
  • Scouting +

      The Scouting tradition helps to develop moral strength and character; participating citizenship; and physical, mental and emotional fitness in young men and women. Read More
  • TruWorship +

      Elementary students (5 years and over) attend the first part of the worship service with their loved ones and then are called together to receive prayer from the congregation before heading to their own special worship time. FPC offers a functional curriculum and convenient at-home resources that are easily Read More
  • Women of the Word +

    FPC women are active in ministry and growing in faith. The Women’s Circle engages in regular Bible study and coordinates support for local missions. It raises money for various charitable missions, including Interchurch Social Services and Hospice, through biannual rummage sales, the Birthday Offering and Mother’s Day card sales. The Read More
  • FPC Youth Fellowship +

    The FPC Youth Fellowship Program is getting a fresh start in 2017!   About Us: FPC welcomes youth (grades 6-12 during the 2017-18 school year and any graduating seniors) to participate in gathering and events in the spring and summer of 2017.   Next Youth Group Gathering Set for May 21 Read More
  • Celebrate Recovery +

    After much prayer and seeking, the Celebrate Recovery leadership has decided to put Friday night Celebrate Recovery meetings at First Presbyterian Church on hold indefinitely. We will spend the summer months in prayer - please lift up our recovery ministry team and ask God to reveal what's next. Thank you for Read More
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