Back To Masks
Effective September 1st
“Sometimes wearing a mask is the best way to show our true selves.”
As the Delta variant of Covid-19 continues to ravage our community and the whole country, the Session of First Presbyterian Church has decided to strongly recommend that we go back to wearing masks throughout the church building. This request follows the best advice of the CDC and is regardless of vaccination status.
Since children are an important part of our church community but cannot yet receive the vaccine, we will all protect them and each other by wearing our masks again. Thank you for showing your “true self” and caring for others in this way.
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES
The stained-glass window in the front of our sanctuary reminds us that Jesus invites everyone to participate in worship.
At First Presbyterian Church of Green Bay, in-person worship is an option every Sunday at 10am but for those who are not ready or able to attend in person, we are pleased to offer virtual worship through our Facebook Livestream. Thanks to the time and talents of several people in the congregation — and a big upgrade to our AV system in the sanctuary — this will be a continuing option. You will notice reminders on Facebook of when services begin and prior to Sunday, you will also see our social media feature – Your Sunday Preview. Each week we will post the upcoming Sunday reading and a snapshot of the sermon focus and other special elements of the service. We encourage everyone to share our published posts with all your friends and family so we can welcome new members into our community of faith.
Also, every week we publish the upcoming Sunday Bulletin (below), so you will have the opportunity to review this in advance of our service and print it for use during the service.
We look forward to seeing everyone at 10am Sundays, in-person or online!
SPECIAL WORSHIP SERVICES
Special seasons of the church year bring other opportunities for worship. We participate in a joint Thanksgiving service with nearby faith communities, and we offer a “Blue Christmas” service in December for those who may be grieving or especially sad or lonely at that time of year. Lent, the six weeks after Easter, brings opportunities for mid-week prayer services as well, and Holy Week also includes additional services for Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.