SUNDAY – Worship @ 10:00 a.m.
We are excited to welcome Pastor Paul Campbell from the Overflow Church to our pulpit this Sunday, February 26 during our 10 a.m. worship service. Pastor Paul will continue our Black History series on “Gettin’ to the Promised Land,” focusing on the theme of “Jubilee.” Elder Jackie Baker will lead a “Moment in Black History.”
Absolutely everyone is welcome! Really!
This Sunday’s BULLETIN is HERE.
NEW! Weekly Announcements now on the web site! Check out 2/12/17 HERE.
Look who stopped by on Sunday! What a blessing to have so much support from Grand Haven First Presbyterian this past Sunday. George Barfield, former deacon at Benton Harbor First, preached and brought his wife Sara Shambarger and lots of wonderful friends! (Our own Sylvia Van Beek even photobombed the group photo!)
Please join us Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. Or come to enjoy a community supper Thursday evenings at 6 p.m. We are a small but strong group of believers who are committed to spreading the Word and Deed of Christ in our neighborhoods, both near the church building and near our homes. We hold strongly to the commandments of Jesus to Love the Lord with All Our Heart, Mind, Soul and Strength…and to Love Our Neighbor as Ourself. Worship with us, Neighbor.
475 Green Street
P.O. Box 186
Benton Harbor, MI 49023
Phone: (269) 925-7075
Worship Time: 10:00 a.m. Sunday Mornings
Pastor: Rev. Laurie Hartzell
Musician: Susan Burkholz
Choir Director: Nancy Thompson
Mission Resident/Youth Leader: Julie Brien
Office Administrator: Linda DeSutter
Education Director: Jennifer Van Beek
Clerk of Session: Jeannette Holton
Board of Trustees President: Daniel Van Beek
Church Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Monday & Friday – Office closed
Food Pantry Hours of Operation:
Tuesday & Thursday: 10:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Our Mission Statement (adopted 1993, reaffirmed 2011):
We of First Presbyterian Church are a small family of believers committed to bridging the gulf of racial and class separation. As part of the Body of Christ in Benton Harbor and acknowledging Christ’s claims on our lives, our congregation is called to proclaim the gospel and witness Christ’s love, both within the community of faith and in our larger community. In doing this, we will share our faith with openness, love, warmth, and respect for the dignity and individuality of all people; we willl welcome and value diversity; we will strive to meet the needs of people in our community for sustenance and nurturing; and we will seek to deepen and broaden our own faith as we journey.