Sunday Worship Service (10 a.m.)
Sunday worship at First Presbyterian Church begins at 10 a.m. in our sanctuary. All are welcome! Sunday School classes begin beforehand at 9 a.m. Communion is served on the first Sunday of each month.
Worship is an opportunity each week to offer praise and thanks to God. It is when we are reminded of who God is and who we are as God’s children. We gather together regularly to worship and affirm our belief in the sovereignty of God and believe worship is the vital heartbeat of our relationship with Christ. The shaping of each week’s worship is focused on the intersection of the day’s scripture lesson and the current happenings of our community and world. Through Scripture, sermons, music and prayer, this time is a central part of our week that gives us opportunities to learn, grow, rally together and celebrate as a family of faith. You are MOST welcome to join us!
First Presbyterian has an outstanding music program led by Music Director and Organist Tina Buran. Our church service incorporates both traditional and contemporary elements into our musical selections on Sunday mornings. Our choir and praise band feature talented musicians, many who have performed with the Pensacola Opera and Pensacola Symphony Orchestra.
One of the most meaningful roles of the church is to join the celebration of joyful moments, grieve with those experiencing loss and ground significant life events in faith and community. Some of these significant moments benefit from planning or deeper reading. Below you’ll see literature about how and why we celebrate infant baptism as well as our wedding policy. For any further questions, please feel free to call the church offices!
On the second Sunday of every month, First Presbyterian offers a service in the chapel at Haven of Our Lady of Peace Nursing Home at 2 p.m. These services are led by one of our ministers. We would love for you to join us for the opportunity to worship with members and non-members who are not able to make it to our regular worship service. For more information contact Joan Wooten.