For Such a Time as This...
The COVID-19 Pandemic has become the current context in which First Presbyterian Church has been invited to answer God's calling to love God with all our heart, mind, soul and strength, and to love our neighbors as ourselves. By staying connected, by deepening roots in Christ, by worshipping together even when we can't congregate, by caring for one another, and by seeking extravagant ways to serve our community, we long to bear witness to a hope far greater than our fears. What if it's for such a time as this that we've been called to turn to God with all our hearts, watch for unexpected mercies and surprise Missoula with Christ's astonishing love?
FPC is grateful to be gathering for worship at 9:30 on Sunday mornings in the Fellowship Hall this summer. And you are welcome to join us! To care for church and community, we ask that all who participate in worship observe a few health safety protocols including hand sanitizer, cloth face coverings, and social distancing.
Each week you will also find a recording of FPC's Sunday worship service posted on both our website and our Facebook page (First Presbyterian Church Missoula).
Downloadable Worship Resources
Please Click on the Link to the Video(s) below to Take Part in our Sunday Worship Service.
What do you need?
How can we care for you?
Please let us know, and we'll do our best to help. We care about you. Jan Everett and Jo Ruby are serving as our FPC Member and Friend Contact Coordinators during this season.
What do your neighbors need?
How can you care for our community?
Be safe. Be creative. Be Jesus to your neighbors. Here is a link to Missoula's needs right now: http://covidmissoula.org.
Bill Maitland and Gary Jones are serving as FPC’s Community Contact Coordinators during this season.
In this season, we invite you to become more deeply connected to one another and stay informed.
Please update your contact information here or by calling 406.549.5144 or emailing email@example.com at the church office. Email will be our default communication method. So, please fill out the contact information form and let us know if you prefer print mail and whether you are likely to participate in worship by video.
We will post opportunities for spiritual growth and connection through First Presbyterian Church Missoula Facebook page. Follow FPC on Facebook here.
We encourage pairs and groups to meet, pray and share life by phone or by free Zoom Video Conferencing. Learn about Zoom here.
Pastor Dan and the FPC ministry staff will gladly receive your phone calls (406.549.5144), emails at (firstname.lastname@example.org) and print mail from 9am-3pm Tuesday-Friday. However, the office will be closed through April to in-person visits.
Tuesday - 9am - 3pm
Wednesday - 9am - 3pm
Thursday - 9am - 3pm
Friday - 9am - 3pm
There has never been a more crucial time to be Christ's church for one another and for our city! Please continue your financial giving through this time. You can mail checks to FPC or give online here.