At First Presbyterian Church, our love for Christ is exemplified in our care for our congregation and community. As we promote a biblical worldview in all areas of Care, our desire is to develop life communities and intergenerational fellowship among our covenant partners and within our community. This endeavor provides a safe place to strengthen us as we grow our relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We offer various ministries to support members and friends during times of special need. See below for information on all of our Congregational Care ministries to learn more about how to get involved or how to receive care.
The Cancer Caring Ministry serves and ministers to those in our congregation diagnosed with cancer and facing chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery. If you are currently facing cancer treatments, we are here for you.
DivorceCare is a weekly seminar/support group that will help you heal from the pain of divorce. It’s a warm, caring environment led by people who understand what you are going through. All are welcome!
The goal of the Turner Memorial Fund is to help any member or family who is in a financial crisis and has no other place to turn.
Deacons deliver Christmas Poinsettias and Easter Lilies to FPC families who have recently lost a loved one.
This care team provides meals for FPC families who have lost a loved one. If you have the gift of hospitality, or know someone who is grieving, please contact us.
If you have experienced the loss of a spouse, child, family member, or friend, we know it hurts. We want to help by providing you with the understanding, support, and encouragement you need during your grieving process.
Our Pastors are scheduled to visit the hospitals every day and the nursing homes every week. Homebound members are visited quarterly and offered Communion.
The purpose of this ministry is to assist church members of our congregation serving in the Armed Forces (Active Duty, Reserves, and National Guard) in the integration of their faith and witness into their professional military life.
The Pastoral Visitation Ministry (PVM) exists to enlarge and extend the pastoral heart throughout the congregation of FPC. PVMs are both trained and gifted with nurturing hearts and compassionate temperaments.
The mission of the The Light & Life Ministry is to equip Presbyterians and other Reformed bodies to champion the sanctity of human life at every stage of development.
Deacons reach out to covenant partners on a quarterly basis to build relationships and community.