Thanks to everyone, our Chili Cook-Off was a huge success.We raised $336 for Relay for Life! Our fiest place winner was Heidi Holk, who took the overall trophy with the most votes of all entries. Betty Kay Womer took home the second place trophy. Tied for third were Ray Rubrake and Chuck Cghalker. Congratulations ro all who entered!
5:00 p.m. – Early Intergenerational Worship – The Elastic Band and an array of FPC youth will re-tell the story of Christ’s birth. Families are encouraged to bring a white gift (non-perishable food item wrapped in white) as an offering and to participate in this inter-generational service.
10:45 p.m. – Special Music
11:00 p.m. – Traditional Christmas Eve Candlelight Service – Through scripture and song, we will anticipate and celebrate the arrival of the Christ Child and the renewed Hope of His Prophecy. Special pre-service music will begin at 10:45 p.m. followed by a worship service at 11 p.m. The service will conclude with our candlelight tradition, which signifies the Light of Christ born to the world.
For more than two hundred years First Presbyterian Church has held worship services in downtown Warren. Our church has been a vital part of Warren’s history, service and mission to others. If you are a visitor from far away, we welcome you. If you are visiting family, we hope to see you each time you are here. If you were simply looking for a place to hear about God’s Son given to humanity, we hope that you might join us during other times of the year.
Our regular services take place each Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. You may also consider listening to us on the radio at 1440 WHKZ-AM or visit us on Facebook at First Presbyterian Church of Warren.