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Up Coming Events

Hand Up Food Pantry

  May 23 3:30 pm – 5:15 pm

First Presbyterian Church's Hand Up Food Pantry is open every Thursday from 3:30 pm to 5:15 pm.  Seniors, 65+ can come every week and ...

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Vacation Bible School


Greeting fellow explorers!

Vacation Bible School 2019 is coming June 17 – 21!

Grab your safari hats, fill up your tanks and get ready to go on an adventure! This summer First Presbyterian is proud to present In the Wild.

This week long adventure will get you up close and personal with not only the incredible world that surrounds us, but also with our loving savior Jesus Christ!

Join us for a week of memorable encounters and a jungle of fun with In the wild! Pack your ATV’s and see ya soon!





How can You Help?

You may continue to donate items for the recent flood waters in Nebraska and Iowa.  We have an Amazon wish-list that items purchased will come directly to First Presbyterian Church or you can purchase items at the store you frequent and bring those items to church.  One of the things needed now is clothesline.  Thank you



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Pastor’s Manna – But then…

  But then…  Just a week ago, on Easter Sunday, we celebrated the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. This was quite literally a triumph over evil, a victory over death, a defeat of sin.  For the disciples, it changed everything. Their teacher and leader had been killed. They had been hiding behind doors, fearful of the […]

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