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We have a Bible School class for YOU -- each Sunday morning at 9:30

Join us at 10:40 each Sunday morning for worship

Weekly  Opportunities


Every Sunday morning at 9:30, classes for all ages are offered. 


On Wednesdays at 6:30, we have an adult Bible study.  Phip is leading a study from Ray Vander Lann:   Israel's Mission.  Join us in the Teen Room (big TV!).


Wednesday Meal Service is at 5:30 is on temporary hold:  the cook is having back problems.   We hope to resume in October.   Make your reservations on Sunday mornings or by calling the church office by noon on Tuesday.



Centennial Celebration Activities




July 15-16, 2017 - STARQUEEN

This is a FunFest event and was presented on Saturday night and Sunday matinee. Based on the book of Esther, STARQUEEN follows the story of Esther and Mordecai, and King Xerxes in the ancient Persian empire, only this ain't your mama's Bible story play! Tommy and John Thomas Oaks romp through multiple characters and musical styles in an all-out-knee-slapping spectacle that will take you for a wild ride."  We hope to have them back next year for another Fun Fest event.




September 10, 2017 - FAITH OF OUR FOUNDERS - WORSHIP SERVICE.  Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m. on the Church Circle. A service celebrating the Circle Churches and their Centennial anniversaries.  Celebrating the past with eyes toward the Future.  Bring blankets - bring chairs!    What neat service. Hope you were able to be there.





David Wheeler will be preaching this day. Former ministers present will be recognized. A carry-in lunch will follow. It will be a time of fellowship and remembering how God has blessed this congregation through 100 years of service.



December 10, 2017 - CHURCH CIRCLE CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE. 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Self-guided tours of sanctuaries adorned for the holidays. Enjoy music and light refreshments at each location. Participating chuches include First Christian Church, First Presbyterian Church, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, St. Paul's Episcopal Church and First Broad Street United Methodist Church.