What You Can Expect When You Visit
In this time of COVID19, we have had to make adjustments to our 'typical' schedule.
We have a worship service at the Memorial Park Bandshell at 9am on Sundays (weather permitting).
We have a traditional worship service in the sanctuary at 11am on Sundays.
We are livestreaming on youtube Sundays at 12pm.
Our cafe is closed and we are following safety procedures to keep everyone healthy and protected.
Please go here for more COVID19 Information.
9:00am - Traditional Service in the Sanctuary
11am - Contemporary Service in the Family Life Center
What do I wear?
Whatever makes you comfortable is welcome here. You’ll find a variety of attire on Sunday mornings; we welcome you to come as you are!
Where do I park?
Parking is accessible from Washington Street.
Where do I enter?
Our doors are all open to you! You can enter through the front doors on 2nd Street during Sunday mornings.
Usually, most people enter through our 'Lobby' doors located off Washington Street near parking.
What is available for my children?
Faith is important at every phase of life. At First United we are excited about the next generation!
First United First Lights Children's programming meets at 10am for ages 4 through 5th grade. For more information on our amazing Children's Ministry and what you can expect visit First Lights.
Infant care is not currently provided.
Illuminate Youth Ministry also meets at 10am for teens 6th grade through 12th grade. For more information on our awesome Youth Ministry and what you can expect visit Illuminateyouth.
Find your place
If you are looking for connection, for community, for a stronger faith, for a place to serve, First United is here to help. You can contact us with any questions.
Meet us in Connections Cafe located off to the right in our lobby on Sunday mornings for free coffee and refreshments. (Suspended currently because of COVID19.)
Get informed of church activities, events, studies, retreats and more at our Next Steps located on the left side of the lobby near the Washington Street doors.