9:30am - Sunday School, Bible Study, Choir Rehearsal.
11:00am - Morning Worship 3rd week September thru 1st week of July
10:00 am -Worship 2nd week of July thru 2nd week of September
- Come join us! All are welcome!
~ Music ~
Music has long served as a life-giving function in sustaining the human spirit. It allows us to reflect on our life situations, unites us with our past, and projects us into the future.
In addition to the music of the organ and the singing of the congregation we appreciate the voices of our Choir. Membership is open to all who are interested and willing to invest one hour per week in rehearsal.
Choir rehearsal is on Sunday mornings at 9:30.
Music is an important way to celebrate the life and teachings of Christ. It is an integral part of our weekly worship service, and our seasonal celebrations come to life with our spirit-filled music. When we share service with the Free Methodist Church, the variety of music provides us an opportunity to celebrate with greater diversity.
Even if you believe God has not gifted you with the ability to sing, you are welcome to our choir community! Or, simply, to lift up your voice and sing on Sunday mornings in worship to our God who gives us breath.
~ Fellowship ~
At First Church, fellowship means joining together with others to share a common goal or purpose. The experience of fellowship and community life is central to First Church.
The coffee hour following Sunday worship provides a vibrant, friendly setting for meeting new people or renewing connections with life-long friends. This relaxed atmosphere provides us with the chance to talk to one another and to get to know each other better.
Occasional fellowship meals such as pot luck dinners, or suppers around a study or a movie bring the generations of First Church together for fun and sharing.
The different social groups, such as the Sunday School parents, Margaret Circle, and the Choir provide more structured ways for fellowship with a common purpose. These groups generate enthusiasm and energy which support the many internal and external faces at First Church.