Staying Grounded and Connected

Staying Grounded in the Grace and Love of God

We are in new territory, but church can never be cancelled.  Our mission and our purpose remain: to both hear and proclaim the message of God’s grace and love.  This can feel especially challenging right now, because we are so used to being reminded of that grace and love by each other’s presence.

Below you will find links to various ways to join in the continuing work of the church during this difficult time.

With Governor Kemp’s “Shelter-in-Place” order, the church office is now closed.  Our Parish Administrator is having calls forwarded to a phone at home and will be able (for the most part) to answer the phone during business hours: 9am-3pm.  Additionally, her two email addresses, and, will be checked throughout the day.  Please contact the church like normal via phone and email to conduct your business and stay connected.


Sunday Worship will take place each Sunday morning at 10:30 AM, live on the internet.  Click here to participate.

Celtic Evening Prayer will take place each Wednesday evening at 5:30 PM.

Noon Services during Holy Week are available each weekday live from First Presbyterian.  Our rector will preach the Thursday service.  Click here to connect. 

Book of Common Prayer: Church Publishing has made a digital, clickable copy available here.

For additional content like past sermons or occasional items, check the rector’s blog.

Staying Connected

Our weekly E-Lion will take on a slightly different format, but remains a great way to stay informed.  Click here if you aren’t subscribed.

Bible Study will meet via “Zoom” at 9:30 AM on Tuesday mornings.  Click here to request a link.  Call the church if you need more information about this technology.

More opportunities for connection will appear in this space as they are developed.

Serving and Being Served

Shopping for groceries and medicines will present a challenge for many in our congregation.  Click here to let us know if you are willing to go to the store for someone who can’t. 

If you can’t go out for groceries or medicines, let us know by clicking here.

Meals on Wheels will continue for as long as it is advisable.  Click here if you want information about how to help deliver meals.

Spiritual Practice

Lenten Devotionals from Barbara Crafton are digitally available here.

Trouble with bedtime routines?  Try using this online story, integrating our beautiful service of Compline, for a reminder that God is near to us.

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