We know many are not ready to return to in-person worship for a variety of reasons and we want to affirm that decision. Your comfort and health matter and we want you to feel good about continuing to worship online.  Following are some ways to worship, care for and encourage one another, and grow in faith together while at home.

Worship Service

Our online services will continue to be available with the same quality, format and variety each weekend. Worship anytime "on-demand" from our sermons page. Sermon discussion questions are provided each week for personal reflection or small group discussion.


Sunday School

Children are invited to online Sunday school, "Journey Through the Bible". This is a chronological journey to help our kids see the whole story of God's love and grace and to find their place in that story. The lesson is available at the conclusion of each Sunday's online worship service and individually on our website.

Discussion questions and family activities are emailed to families each week for home discipleship. Please email Janet Young at to be added to the mailing list.


Online Bible Study - Who Is Jesus?

Sundays @ 7 pm via Zoom


Who is Jesus is an online Bible study that follows the liturgical calendar and began Sunday, November 29, 2020. The class is led by Eric Davis, a member of First Presbyterian Church. The whole question is Who is Jesus and how do we discover more of who Jesus is as we follow the church year together. It is an ongoing class as well as one that you can join during different seasons of the church throughout the year. Weekly class materials are provided electronically, however, hard copies are available upon request.


Please register to join the class. For more information or questions, please call the church office at 970-242-1923 or email Janet Young at


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