Faith Presbyterian Church is currently seeking a Senior Pastor committed to proclaiming God’s Word, leading an established congregation in worship, and shepherding the spiritual development of a congregation of all ages. Individuals interested in being considered for the position are encouraged to contact the Pastoral Search Committee. Click here to download the flyer.
Pastoral Search Committee Members: Bob Case (Chairman), Evangeline DeGraaf, Steve Jack (Secretary), Doug Lawty, Don Mellott, Mike Pfefferle, Jim Price, Erika Skrivan, Noel Sukhia, Jennifer Sullivan, Jason Van Gilder (Vice-Chairman).
The Order of Worship and Announcements for our Morning Services at 8:15 am & 11:00 am on February 25th
The services are available live. Click here to watch.
Evening Prelude Begins at 5:40 pm
Each Sunday evening prior to the worship service, musicians begin the prelude at 5:40 pm. Josiah Mellott, piano, will play Mendelssohn’s Op. 19, No. 3 (“Hunting-Song”), and Ron Bechtel, organ, will present other beautiful pieces by Mendelssohn.
Evening Service 6 pm
Our evening service will be a service of ordination and installation of our newly elected deacons. The Lord’s Supper will be served. The Lord’s Supper is observed every Lord’s Day at Faith Presbyterian Church alternating between the morning and the evening services. The officers have wanted to retain evening communion not only because all the Lord’s Suppers explicitly mentioned in the New Testament were in the evening, but as well to reinforce the importance of Sunday evening worship as a regular part of the observance of the Lord’s Day.
In addition to the nursery rooms, Room #117 – the Women in the Church room, is open and available for your convenience during all Worship Services. The service can be seen and heard in the WIC room.
If you would like a device to help with hearing the worship service, please see a Deacon.
A Reminder About Parking
As a courtesy to our neighbors, please do not park on the south side of South 8th Street, on South Winnifred Street behind the church, or where the curb is painted yellow. Thank you.