We believe in Jesus and everything we do is geared toward living in relationship with Him and His Holy Spirit. That is why our mission is to leave a spiritual legacy for the next generation of Christ followers.
Through prayer we can share our thoughts, concerns, joys, and more.
One way we practice the discipline of prayer is by praying on our own and whenever we get together. We pray in worship, small groups, when we do mission work, with our children, and more.
Join us for live prayer at on Facebook every week at 12:05 and pray with us.
If you would like us to pray for you, then visit our pray page. There, you will also find our weekly prayer requests and our latest Tuesday prayer time.
Baptism is the expression of God’s never-ending grace and our desire to live a life of holiness through the Holy Spirit and inspired by Christ Jesus.
First Church baptizes all ages (infant - adult) and in a variety of ways. You do not have to be a member of First Church to get baptized. Because we want to surround you with a community of support we do baptisms during our worship gatherings. We also host a special worship gathering in July called Baptism at the Lake.
Before every baptism we ask that you have a conversation with our pastor. This allows us to really celebrate your decision and it gives you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
You don't have to be a member to fit in at First Church. In fact, you can participate in all of our ministries without becoming a member. Membership at First Church is a commitment you make to follow Christ and to support First Church though your worship, gifts, service, witness, and prayer.
Becoming a member is easy. Simply come to a 'Dinner with the Pastor' and then let us recognize you in worship. To RSVP for the next dinner or for questions call the church office at 532-1478 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The focus of Communion is the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. As a result of His sacrifice we gain an abundant life now, an eternal life in heaven, and access to a relationship with God that otherwise would not be possible. Because the sacrifice is Jesus' and not ours, everyone is welcome to receive Communion at First Church.
We are currently serving Communion once a month at our in person gatherings.