We are a church where Faith is Nurtured, Curiosity is Encouraged, Diversity is Welcomed, and All are Loved.

What does that mean?  Join us for Conversations with Pastor Sue as we explore each of these values

Nurturing a Faith that Changes Lives

What is faith and how do I know if I have it? Do I just check my brain at the door and blindly trust in God, or is there more to it?

These are just a few of the questions that come up when we talk about having faith let alone a faith that changes lives.

Let’s discover how we understand and know that we have faith, a real faith that matters and what it means that we are a church that actually nurtures a faith that changes lives.

Being a Church where Curiosity is Encouraged

“Good questions outrank easy answers.” ~ Paul Samuelson

Ever felt like you heard something about the Bible or God that just didn’t seem right but felt too intimidated to say anything about it? Most of the time we just give up and walk away..but you don’t have to.

First Presbyterian Church encourages curiosity and values asking the hard but important questions, that’s how you get better answers.

Let’s dive into what it means to be in a culture that is not afraid of but actually encourages your curiosity.

Being a Church where Diversity is Welcomed

There is a beauty in the mosaic of life that we can miss, unless we open our eyes and hearts.

If you have ever felt marginalized or like you just don’t fit in, well guess what?….you are welcomed here.  First Presbyterian Church is a safe place no matter who you are.

Let’s dive into what it means to be in a culture that values and loves diversity in all things.

What it means that All are Loved

How can we be a community where everyone truly is loved while maintaining some sense of core beliefs?
Does everyone who we come in contact with feel loved and valued?
Are we good at loving at first but then perhaps that engagement and interest fades due to the tyranny of the urgent?

Let’s dive into what it means to be in a culture where everyone really is loved.