BUILDING GOD'S KINGDOM
SHARING LOVE AND HOPE
HERE AND NOW
HERE'S WHAT COMING UP!
2023 is our church's 150th Anniversary!
6 Week Evening Bible Studies have BEGUN! It's never too late to join us for our six-week bible studies on Sunday evenings! Holly is leading the women's group in "I Guess I Haven't Learned that Yet" by Shauna Niequist. Pastor Eddie is leading the men's group in "Fight Like Your Life Depends On It" by Jon D. Forrest. Studies take place from 6:30-7:30 p.m. with the Men meeting in the Conference Room and Women meeting in the Parlor. Childcare IS provided!
6 Week Lenten Study has BEGUN! It's never too late join Pastor Eddie as we work through a study entitled “Luke: Jesus and the Outsiders, Outcasts, and Outlaws” by Adam Hamilton. The study meets in the Parlor during the 9 o’clock hour on Sunday mornings throughout the season of Lent.
Palm Sunday, April 2nd
On Palm Sunday during our regular 10:00 am worship service the Chancel Choir will be presenting, after a 2 year hiatus because of COVID, our annual Cantata! This year's selection is "No Greater Love: Remembering the Death and Resurrection of Jesus" by Lloyd Larson and orchestrated by Ed Hogan. The choir has been working hard and we are thrilled to offer this to you all. Please join us!
Easter Sunday, April 9th
7:00am: Easter Sunrise Service hosted by Dan and Tempie Roberts (Contact the church office for the Roberts' address)
8:30am: Easter Breakfast provided by the Congregational Care Committee in the church Fellowship Hall
9:00am: Children's Scavenger Hunt provided by the Faith Committee
10:00am: Worship service in the Sanctuary
Here's What We're Listening To!
How Can We Pray for You?
NEW HERE? WELCOME!
801 North Lincoln Street
Lexington, Nebraska 68850
Elementary Sunday School | 9 am
Coffee & Fellowship | 9 am
Worship Service | 10 am
Coffee Time | 11 am
As a long standing member of the PC(USA), First Presbyterian Church, Lexington has been serving the broader community since 1873. Our congregation exists to worship, serve and praise God. We are people called by God to do His work, recognizing that a true life of prayer and faith requires us to live as we talk.
MEET THE PASTOR
I am convinced that I am, first and foremost, a beloved child of God, warts and all. This means that each one of you is a beloved child of God and that simple fact makes you worthy of full acceptance, just as you are. At First Presbyterian Church, we endeavor to create a physically, emotionally and spiritually safe space. Questions are most welcome and story sharing is encouraged because faith and doubt are not mutually exclusive. When examined through questions and sharing, doubt grows faith. You being a beloved child of God is enough for me. You are welcome here.