Contemporary Worship

Don’t Miss a Beat

Contemporary services at First Presbyterian Church reflect the evolving nature of the worship ritual without sacrificing any of the traditional, liturgical impact. The music is lively—think of them as classical hymns in the making—the pacing more casual, and the space more intimate. Both contemporary services happen in the bright, crisp Stephenson Hall, where the modernity of twin video screens meets the serenity of sunlight filtering through stained glass.

Stephenson Hall provides ground-floor access from the Atrium via north and south entrances.

8:30 a.m. Worship

A small congregation gathers each Sunday at 8:30 a.m. for an intimate worship service that features a shorter homily and acoustic music. Communion takes place weekly.  It's a great service for young children, who worship alongside their parents with crayons in hand or sometimes help out as  junior ushers. 

11 a.m. Worship

The 11 a.m. worship team leads the congregation with a full band in this uniquely styled, energetic service. Pastors may incorporate multimedia displays into their sermons to invite contemplation. Worshippers of all ages find this service welcoming and inspiring.