Come experience Spirit-filled worship in a beautiful space!
With its elegant stained glass windows and classic architecture, the sanctuary of First Presbyterian provides a worship setting that, to a lot of people, looks and feels like church.
But inside that traditional-looking space, our worship services combine elements both old and new. We try to create what is often called a "blended worship" experience. An ancient Christian prayer might be followed up by a contemporary praise and worship chorus, with the words flashed up on a projection screen. Whether it's through the majestic sound of the organ, spirited congregational singing, or a challenging message from Scripture, God has a way of touching the lives of those who gather here on Sunday mornings.
First Presbyterian is blessed to have a rich musical heritage, a legacy that continues through the ministry of our two primary musical ensembles:
The Chancel Choir
The chancel choir leads worship through song virtually every Sunday between September and early June. Its musical repertoire covers a variety of styles, and has included everything from traditional choral music to Jazz, spirituals, and contemporary songs. Some members of the choir have sung in it for over five decades, while others have joined in recent months. Newcomers are always welcome regardless of their level of musical proficiency. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings at 6:00 PM.
First Presbyterian's five-octave bell choir (the full musical range) is another source of pride and joy for our congregation. The choir adds its musical gifts to worship one Sunday each month. Some of the "faithful fourteen" who make up the choir were charter members when it was formed over thirty years ago; at least one member hadn't even been born yet! Newcomers are welcome when places are available. Rehearsals are on Monday evenings.
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This page was last updated: November 17, 2022