Summer Worship Goes Around the World!

Beginning July 7, and for the following six weeks, Sunday morning worship at First Presbyterian will take us around the world in liturgy and song. Drawing upon liturgical and musical traditions from six of the seven continents, our shared liturgy, congregational singing, and other musical offerings will highlight the global nature of the Church as we pray and sing in the words and music of our sisters and brothers. We will also pray for and highlight Presbyterian Church (USA) mission partnerships around the globe. Enjoy the journey in worship this summer!

July 7: Europe
July 14:
North America
July 21: Africa
July 28: South America/Caribbean
August 4: Asia
August 11: Australia/New Zealand

Sunday Morning Worship

8 a.m. Traditional Service in the Chapel
9 a.m. Blended Service in the Great Hall with casual atmosphere and diverse music styles
11 a.m. Traditional Service in the newly renovated Sanctuary with music by the Chancel Choir 

Worship FAQs

Wednesday Evening Worship

5:30 p.m. WOW! (Worship on Wednesdays) offers fellowship, dinner, worship and study for all ages at Community Crossroads location (1516 Hemphill Street). Learn more.

Monthly Taizé Worship

Third Sundays, 6:30 p.m. Special prayer service in the manner of the Taizé Community of France; held in the Chapel. Learn more about Taizé.

Monthly Jazz Worship

Third Sundays, 9 a.m. A monthly service welcoming acclaimed and celebrated jazz musicians to the worship service in the Great Hall.

Wholeness & Healing Services

Third Sundays, Every Other Month at 6:30 p.m. in the Chapel  |  These services are offered every other month for those seeking worship centered around receiving prayer for peace, healing and wholeness. 

Other Special Services

In addition to the services mentioned above, special worship opportunities are offered throughout the year, such as Youth Sunday (led entirely by our youth, celebrating their gifts and contributions), Kirkin' of the Tartans (celebrating the Presbyterian Church's Scottish heritage), Holy Week and Easter services, weekly Advent prayer services, and a multitude of Christmas Eve services.