Current Events


Boy Scout Sunday

                                Senior High Youth Group and Koinonia



Girl Scout Sunday

                                Senior High Youth Group and Mission Meeting at 12:45 p.m., with Jim and Meredith Wilson of Orchard Park Presbyterian Church telling us about

                                  their recent mission trip to Houston working on houses 


:  Palm/Passion Sunday

                                Delivery of Project 5,000 bags of food for FISH



Maundy Thursday Service at 7:00 p.m. with communion, and telling the story of Jesus' passion



Good Friday Cross Walk at noon, beginning at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and ending at Baker Memorial UMC



Easter Sunday Celebration with three services:

                            6:15 a.m. Sunrise Service at the Injaychock's House on Center Street (discovering the empty tomb)

                            8:00 a.m. Easter Celebration in the Chapel (meeting with the disciples in the Upper Room)

                           10:00 a.m. Easter Celebration in the Sanctuary (the whole church gathers to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus)


A new Pictoral Directory for our church is being offered for 200th anniversary.  You can schedule your picture day on April 26,27,28,and 30th. Go to this URL to sign up.  :

Mission Tree

In September 2008, the mission committee of First Presbyterian Church put up a display of all the missions our church supports over the year. It is in the form of a tree and is meant to focus are mission giving in a very visual manner.

The roots of the tree are the people of the church, the trunk is the church, the branches our committee’s and organizations and each leaf a different mission. The banner is made from fabric and felt. The leaves are double sided and different colors, one side is green and the opposite side is pink. Each month those missions which are featured as our giving opportunity are turned to their pink side. The rest of the year they show their green side. Our tree was finished, with all its leaves in August of 2009.