• To watch our worship service anytime, please click on the Worship at First graphic to the left.

  • We are offering links to the following sites that offer excellent devotional materials. You may also choose one or more sites and start your own subscription.

  • Bible Study via Zoom

    To participate in the online Bible study via Zoom, please email the church at office@firstpresracine.org.  An  invitation can be sent to you prior to the Wednesday session.

    The scripture from each Sunday's service will serve as a prompt for the discussion.

  • Contemplative Prayer via Zoom

    A recent study showed that we do not always use our best judgement when we are stressed, and these are stressful times that can leave us anxious and often irritable if not angry. Centering prayer helps us lower anxiety and settle into a deeper stillness where we can better sense the movements of the Spirit of God and reconnect with our truest and best selves.

    Contemplative Prayer is offered online via zoom every Thursday at 4:30p.m. Each prayer will begin with an introduction to guide our prayers followed by 15-20 minutes of silence and concluding with a few minutes for people to share their experience with one another. When it is safe to do so, we will offer Contemplative Prayer at the church.

    To register for Contemplative Prayer, please email the church at office@firstpresracine.org. You will receive an email invitation to participate. You will need a computer, tablet, or smartphone with microphone, speaker, and camera to participate via zoom.

  • Pastor Nominating Committee (PNC)

    The process of finding a pastor for our church began with the congregation selecting committee members.  They are Co-Moderators - Pat Badger and Chris Hansen, along with Ellen Easley, Dave Holle, Theo Leavell, Denise Park, and Pam Simpson.

    For the past six months, the PNC have been meeting via Zoom.  Additional information can be found by clicking here!

Who We Are ...

We are a family of faith centered on a belief in Jesus Christ. Grounded in that belief, we seek to follow Christ’s way in our world—loving God with heart, soul, mind, and strength, and loving neighbor as self. Like most families, we’re not all the same. Some of us grew up as Presbyterians (or Methodists, or Lutherans, or Catholics…) and have come to trust the church as an institution. Others might consider themselves “spiritually hungry, but institutionally suspicious.” Together we seek to honor our traditions while we open ourselves to the new things God is doing in our midst. Through it all, we hope that our very lives bear witness to the all-encompassing love of God in Jesus Christ.  

We are part of Milwaukee Presbytery. 

We belong to Presbyterian Church (USA)  and

Synod of Lakes and Prairies.