Tuesday - Thursday
8:30am - 1:00pm
Sunday morning is our community's primary time to gather to praise God. Join us at 9:30 AM. Our typical worship includes times of reflection, prayer, scripture reading, a sermon, and a blend of traditional and contemporary music, Communion is served the third Sunday of the month and other select church holidays.
We welcome all children! They may remain with their families in worship. We have a staffed nursery for our youngest members. Kindergarten through 5th graders are invited to Bridge to Worship after Time with the Younger Church for a lesson connected to that Sunday's Scriptures. Older children are encourageded to remain in worship, and may make use of the art supplies from the basket located at the back of the sanctuary.
The Presbyterian Friendship Center (known by church members as the “PFC”) is a spacious meeting facility completed in 2000. It is used for church activities and is also available for rental by the public for purposes consistent with the mission of the church. The building is directly across the street from the church. It is handicap-accessible and includes a fully equipped kitchen.
Events are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis, although church use takes priority. Recent events held at the PFC include:
"If the date you are looking at is reserved, please contact the church office as schedules do change."
Presbyterian Women (PW) is a national women's organization of the PC (USA). Here at FPC, the main events of PW are the spring rummage sale and fall holiday bazaar. Funds from these events are used to nurture faith, support the church's mission, work for justice, and build community.
In collaboration with five other churches, Koinonia House is an ecumenical outreach to the students of Eastern Oregon University. Weekly dinners, breakfasts, Bible study and worship are offered.
On most Wednesday’s evenings in the fall of spring of the year, the church provides a low cost meal that is open to all members of the community. See the church calendar.
Also started at FPC, the Backpack Program is now a 501©(3) thanks to the FPC sponsoring us for several years. FBP provides supplemental weekend food packs to children in need at 9 elementary schools in Union County.
FPC is the chartering organization for the very active Troop 514.
FPC hosts several AA groups and NA groups through the week. The groups meet in Reynolds’ Hall.
FPC has a history of sending and supporting groups out into the world either on its own or collaboratively with the Presbytery of Eastern Oregon or the PC(USA). Recently FPC has gone to Campbell Farm near Yakima, WA and the Boise Mission in Idaho. We have also supported financially individuals who have gone to Haiti and Africa.