Weekly Sunday Services

Join us every Sunday for Worship in the Sanctuary

10:00AM – Worship Service

10:15AMFPC3D (Children’s Ministries) for grades PreK-7th

11:15AM – Coffee Hour

At the heart of First Presbyterian Church is our worshiping congregation affirming the inclusive love of God, which is made known through Jesus Christ. That love makes a difference in our lives and challenges us to make a difference in the world. We lift our voices in prayer and praise, and music moves and inspires us at a level deeper than mere words alone.


Click here for a transcript of the Rev. Carol Howard Merritt’s sermon, Substance By Faith, from Aug 11, 2019, 08-11-19-substance-by-faith-chm 

Click here for a transcript of the Rev. Carol Howard Merritt’s sermon, Where Is God, from Aug 4, 2019, 08-04-19-sermon-where-is-god


Click here for a transcript of the Rev. Carol Howard Merritt’s sermon, How Should We Pray, from July 28, 2019, 072819-sermon-how-should-we-pray


Click here for a transcript of the Rev. Carol Howard Merritt’s sermon, Know Your Place, from July 21, 2019, know-your-place


Click here for a transcript of the Rev. Carol Howard Merritt’s sermon, Vulnerability, from July 14, 2019, vulnerability


Holy Days & Special Services

Advent & Christmas Worship and Events

The First Sunday in Advent – 10:00am Worship

The Second Sunday in Advent – 10:00am Worship

The Third Sunday in Advent – 10:00am Worship

The Fourth Sunday in Advent – 10:00am Worship

FPC Special Christmas Concert – Date TBD

Christmas Eve Services


Worship in Lent

Ash Wednesday Worship Service: March 6, 2019 at 7 pm

We will enter into the holy season of Lent through worship, including the Imposition of Ashes and the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. First Presbyterian Choir and Carol Choir singing.

Sunday, March 10, 10:00 am. – The First Sunday in Lent

5 pm. Eventide Service. During Lent this year we will experiment with an alternative worship time. The service will be informal, inter-generational, and experiential. We will end each week with a time around the table, trusting that communion will nourish our souls on our Lenten journeys! Bring your Bible, your family, and your hopes and dreams as we study Genesis together and discover anew the image and likeness of God within us ALL!

Sunday, March 17, 10:00 am. – The Second Sunday in Lent

5 pm Eventide Service

Sunday, March 24, 10:00 am. – The Third Sunday in Lent

5 pm Eventide Service

Sunday, March 31, 10:00 am. – The Fourth Sunday in Lent

5 pm Eventide Service

Sunday, April 7, 10:00 am. Feast of Saint Martin (Luther King, Jr.) in observance of his martyrdom

5 pm Eventide Service

Holy Week Services

Palm/Passion Sunday – April 14th

9:15 AM Ecumenical Blessing of the Palms at God’s Acre 

10:00 AM Worship Service at FPC

Special Music Presentation

Palm Sunday–Children’s procession with palms—Sunday’s Cool will study Jesus’ triumphal ride into Jerusalem then head to a very special Christian craft fair to explore the meaning of Holy Week.  Immediately following worship, parents are encouraged to bring their kids for the Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt which will be held outside by age group. Please bring a basket for hunting and a camera.

5 pm Eventide Service

Maundy Thursday – April 18, 7:00 PM The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper

First Presbyterian Church Choir

Good Friday – April 19, 7:00 PM Tenebrae Service

Easter Sunday – April 21

7:00 AM Service with Holy Communion

10:00 AM Service with Holy Communion

Scottish Heritage Service

May 3, 2020
Celebrate our Scottish origins at the largest and best attended event of its kind in the Northeast.  The service includes sacred texts and songs, the pageantry of a full pipe and drum band, the Kirkin o the Tartans, and honored guests representing various Scottish clans and societies. After the service stay for the ceilidh, a Scottish happening, which includes Songs of Scotland, the Mt. Kisco Pipes and Drums, traditional dancers, and delicious homemade shortbread.

Special Church

Thursdays from 3:30 – 5:00PM 
Bliss House Common Room
Special Church is a program for adults and teenagers with Special Needs.  The group gathers for fellowship and spiritual.  We begin with fellowship time as we all gather and share news of our week’s activities.  We then work on a craft project which is often linked to the church calendar, and of course music is a very important part of Special Church.

For more information on Special Church, contact Tina in the Church Office at 203.966.0002 (ext. 1).