Worship with us!

Sunday worship services:

Contemplative worship service
8:00 am in the Chapel
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Contemporary worship 
9:00 am  in Fellowship Hall

Traditional worship
11:00 am  in the Sanctuary
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Sundays 11:00

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Christian Education:

Sunday school for children, adults
10:00 am 

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Nursery:

10:45-12:15 am

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Foundation

We are a member of Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA)

We are a Stephen Ministry church.

 

We are a diverse community united in Christ, seeking to glorify God in all we say and do.  We envision our mission to be and make disciples who minister in the name of Christ, to encourage greater trust in God so that through our words and deeds we show God’s love to our neighbors, our community and the world.  We follow and serve our Lord through our acts of worship, mission, education, outreach, stewardship and fellowship.

Our worship services enrich and inspire us through the Word, Sacraments and music, offering each person the opportunity to experience God's presence. We welcome you and invite you to join us!

 

What's Going On:

 

Men see things differently-not better or worse, but differently.  That being the case, it only makes sense for men to gather for the purpose of fellowship and faith building.  Beginning in May, First Presbyterian Niles would like to offer that opportunity.

One of the greatest faith building experiences is studying the Bible.  Even more, the ties that bind us together as believers are strengthened in study. We invite every man in the church to Bible study starting Wednesday, May 6th at 9 in the morning to build faith and fellowship.  We will meet that first time in the parlor and, in keeping with firsts, will begin with the book of Genesis.

 

 

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Tuesday
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Recent Events:

 
Bell Choir field trip

Bell Choir field trip (2)

First Pres choir members were quite a presence at the Kalamazoo Ringers concert at First Congregational Church in St. Joseph. The concert was great, with 7 octaves of chimes (BIG Chimes), and 6 octaves of bells. The musics was highly advanced. What fun!