In the book of Nehemiah, we read about a simple cup-bearer with a very large task set before him. The walls of Jerusalem lay demolished, the Jewish people are broken and scared, and foreign armies cover Jerusalem on all sides. God tasked Nehemiah, someone who knew very little about building walls, with the good and awesome work of rebuilding the broken walls of Jerusalem. Nehemiah knew he couldn’t do it alone, however, and he rallied the people to take back what was rightfully theirs.

The story of Nehemiah is often overlooked by many, but we believe that Nehemiah's story is one of the greatest reminders to all of us of the task at hand.

Jesus has commissioned us as believers with the good and awesome work of being His hands and feet. As the body of Christ, we should be united as one body of believers under the cross, and work together to find the broken walls in our lives and rebuild them.

Here at First Presbyterian, we are daily attempting (with God’s guidance and help) to rebuild the walls that the world has broken down. Just like Nehemiah, we can’t do this alone. Many hands are required for this task, and even simple cup-bearers are called to be more than what the world tells them they can be.

The point is, the church is not just a building, in the same was as Jerusalem is not just it's powerful walls. The church is the bride of Christ; His people. This building, if left to it’s own devices, would not go out and start telling people about Jesus. This building can’t shape and mold a young person’s life; only the gospel can. I encourage all of you to volunteer in some form or another, and help us rebuild the walls of a broken and dying world desperately in need of Christ’s love. Be His hands and feet.

Music Ministry

“My heart is steadfast, O God, my heart is steadfast; I will sing and make melody!” Psalm 57:7

"It is good to give thanks to the LORD, to sing praises to your name, O Most High” Psalm 92:1

Chancel Choir: Our chancel choir meets Wednesday nights from 6:00-7:00 PM after our Wednesday night meal.  Please feel free to join us if you are new, and bring a friend!

Children's MInistry

Here at First Presbyterian, we marvel at the faith of children. We pray that God will not only help us as we instruct them in the ways of the Lord, but that He would teach us through them as well. We also strive to work together with our amazing parents in the church, and provide tools to assist them in their "ministry" work at home. May God bless our humble efforts as we bring our blessed little ones to the feet of Jesus.

Sunday School & Wednesday Night: If you have a heart for teaching children about God's word, we have a home for you. Both preschool and elementary aged classes are filled with hearts yearning to learn more about Christ and His desire to have a relationship with us.

Nursery: Our amazing nursery volunteers serve two or three times per year and are hugely influential on the families of First Presbyterian. This is not just childcare, this is an environment were children start learning about who God is and why He loves them.

Contact the church office to be a part of this ministry!

Youth Ministry

As sinners constantly in need of God's grace, we understand that the Christian walk is one of reformation. Daily we are being sancitified by the Holy Spirit, and through this renovation process, our old spiritual house is being renewed day by day. Renovation means no gimmicks, and no smoke and mirrors. All of us are sinful, all of us need a savior, and all of us need renovation. Come clean house with us.


We have a variety of hospitality based ministries that you can participate in at FPC.

"Serve One Another Teams" : Our meal teams are called "Serve One Another Teams"because it's a wonderful group effort to serve our church family on Wednesday evenings. Can you help once or more in the next couple of months? We can use your help, even if it's in a very small way. Sign up online by clicking this link.