Returning to In-Person Worship

Yes we're open

Beginning Sunday, February 6

After careful consideration, the Session has voted to re-open the Sanctuary to an in-person worship option beginning Sunday February 6, 2022.

We closed in January due to the recent surge in Covid infections in our area, and are glad to see that number beginning a downturn. We will continue to offer the livestream worship service for any who are not healthy or not yet comfortable coming in-person. It is our strong recommendation that everyone continue to wear masks while in the church building, and KN95 masks will be available at the entry doors if you need one.

The nursery will re-open as well, and Confirmation class will resume on February 6. Sunday School class will not be held that day because of communion but will resume February 13.

However, the Fellowship hour following our worship service, with coffee and treats, has been discontinued for the time being. Thank you for your understanding.

We hope to see everyone in-person or virtually via our Facebook Livesteam on Sunday mornings at 10am!

We Made a Difference!

FMSC MobilePack

FMSC MobilePack 2021 was a success! Thanks to all who participated and those who supported our efforts. The results are amazing!

Salesian Missions sent El Salvador 252 Boxes = 54,432 meals

Salesian Missions focuses on rebuilding lives and helping young people become self-sufficient by learning a trade that will help them gain employment, which in turn builds communities. Salesian Missions has distributed FMSC meals in Africa, the Caribbean, Central America and South America and works primarily in schools, orphanages, clinics and churches. To learn more visit:

And, World Help, Inc. sent Haiti 1260 Boxes = 272,160 meals

World Help is a Christian humanitarian organization committed to serving the physical and spiritual needs of people in impoverished communities around the world.  World Help has distributed FMSC meals in Africa, Central America and the Middle East and works primarily in communities, feeding centers, refugee camps and through churches. To learn more visit:

APCE 2022 Conference

Presbyterian Church Educators

Pastor Katie Estes and Director of Children, Youth & Family Ministries, Joel Morien, will both be attending the Association of Presbyterian Church Educators annual conference in Chicago early this month.

Katie has been a member of APCE for all of her ministry and attends this conference each year. She has served in several elected capacities for the organization, and currently sits on their Governance Ministry Team. Katie looks forward to re-connecting with colleagues from all over the country, sharing in the worship and fellowship, and attending several workshops.

Joel has never attended the conference and looks forward to his first time, networking with other youth and children’s ministry leaders and taking workshops in those areas. They will have stories to tell when they return!



What is a hashtag?

A hashtag is a label used on social media sites that makes it easier to find information with a theme or specific content. Hashtags encourage social media users to explore content that catches their eye.

Social is about being social. Help us be found on social so we can welcome new people into our faith community. The next time you post photos of our church events and of our members, use #FirstPresGB in your social.

Help #FirstPresGB stay #Relevant. #ThankYou!

Youth Group Triennium Meeting

February 20th

Youth Triennium 2022

Attention all families of high school youth!

The Presbyterian Youth Triennium 2022 is scheduled to take place in Indianapolis, IN July 24-27 and although that may seem far away, our Christian Education Committee has planning underway. This once every three-year event is a gathering of High School age youth, youth leaders and young adults in the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the Cumberland Presbyterian Churches. It’s a life-changing opportunity for youth across the country to gather in worship, learning and fellowship. Youth from First Presbyterian in Green Bay have attended this event for years and bring back glowing reports.

All incoming ninth graders through graduating seniors in 2022 are eligible to attend with us. We will also be accepting applications for a limited number of young adult and adult mentors.

If you’re interested in attending Triennium, please join us for an informational meeting that will take place in Banner Hall on February 20 following worship. We’ll discuss travel dates, cost, fundraising opportunities and much more.

If you’re unable to join us for the meeting but are interested in attending, please contact Joel Morien for more information at

To learn more about this incredible youth event visit

Take a Picture

Take a Picture

There’s a photographer in every one of us and a camera in just about everyone’s pocket these days.

Did you go on the Ski Trip? Send us your pictures!

Did you attend the Burns Dinner? Send us your pictures!

Will you be attending an upcoming event? Take some pictures!

We’d love to post your pictures of our events on our social media and website. Next time you’re at one of our events pull out your phone and take a few pictures. And, you can always count on us crediting you as the photographer.

Send your pics to We can’t wait to see them!

Augusta Jeffrey Nominations are being accepted

Augusta W. Jeffrey Rcognition Award

Beginning February 1st

The Augusta Jeffrey recognition award is presented each year to a member of the congregation for outstanding volunteer efforts within the church and through its programs.

Nominations for 2022 are now being accepted throughout the month of February. You may nominate more than one person. To be accepted for consideration, the nomination form must be filled out completely.

During the first week of March, nomination forms will be reviewed and a winner will be selected.

Winners of the Augusta Jeffrey Award designate an area of ministry in which the church is engaged that they choose to receive a financial boost.

Nominations forms can be completed and submitted online at

Check out what’s Happening Now!

Happening Now

Have you been to our website and seen Happening Now?

With our new website comes a new feature in our News sectionHappening Now.

On this page you’ll find everything that’s happening, been happening or about to happen. It’s your resource for covid closures, weather delays or cancellations and so much more.

At the top of the page we’ve organized newsletter and breaking news articles by categories so what you’re looking for is easy to find. Whether it’s Worship, Events, Youth, Children, Adults or Outreach, we’ll have what you’re looking for. So visit our site and bookmark the page and you’ll always be in the know of what’s Happening Now!