FPC Care Ministries

We, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members one of another. Romans 12:5

At First Presbyterian we seek to love all we come into contact with, through mutual support, encouragement, and service in times of need. We're sure God calls us into the church so that we can receive his love through one another.

If you or someone you love is hospitalized or in need of prayer and care, please contact the church. Rev. Betsy Wynne, Associate Pastor for Congregational Care, will help to find the best way we can support you. Please also contact Betsy if you are interested in serving in any of these areas.

Pastor Betsy Wynne  747-1058x253

Deacons Prayer Line  747-1050 (checked daily)

 
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Deacons

The Deacons of First Presbyterian Church take the lead in caring for individuals and families in our church going through all sorts of challenging life events, such as illness or bereavement, a new baby or finding oneself homebound, and more.

 

 

Stephen ministry

Our thriving Stephen Ministry offers one-to-one weekly care—listening and prayer—for anyone who requests it. Stephen Ministers serve with Christ’s heart of care and compassion, and support one another along the way.

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funerals and Grief Ministry

Questions about funerals and memorial services at FPC? Searching for a safe place to share your grief journey and receive support? We’re here to walk with you, and to help.


Support Groups

Most of life’s challenges are better met when we work together. Support group offerings include recovery/ transformation/change (using the Genesis Process), bereavement support,  Alzheimer’s caregivers and Fresh Hope for Mental Health support group.

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Prayer Ministry

Growing deeper with the Lord always involves prayer. Find out more about praying alongside our church for the needs of the church community and the world.