​DO YOU HAVE A NEED?

ARE YOU WILLING TO HELP?

​We encourage you to continue to love your neighbor well at this time. Hebrews 13:16 challenges us to “do what is good and to share, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.” Thank you for being the Church. 

Are you in need of assistance that you can not get help?  Email firstpresbyterian@fpcbismarck or call      701-223-6091 and let us know how we can help.


​WAYS TO GIVE:

For those who are unable to worship with us in church, here are a few ways that you can continue to give:


1.  Online bill pay with your banking institution.

2.  Click on the "Give Now" button above to             donate today. 

3.  Mail checks to First Presbyterian Church,             214 E Thayer Ave, Bismarck, ND 58501.

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First Presbyterian Church

is a Community called to love God through Worship and Prayer, receiving and serving our neighbors with the compassion of Christ, open to new beginnings and the spiritual growth of children, youth and adults. 

214 E. Thayer Ave. Bismarck, ND
Phone: (701) 223-6091
Email: firstpresbyterian@fpcbismarck.com

Here and now

Worship Services 

We are open for church services and we welcome you all to come worship together again. You can visit with us or tune in at 10:00 a.m. every Sunday to our Live Feed on Facebook






UPDATES ABOUT COVID-19 AND ITS DELTA VARIANT


Due to the Delta Variant of the COVID-19 virus which is so contagious and going strong especially in our Burleigh County community, we have revert to wearing face masks during Worship Services and in other indoor gatherings. It is for our own safety and that of the older as well as the vulnerable population.


As this pandemic continues, please remember to be as safe as possible, and encourage those who may not have been vaccinated to get their vaccines and for those who has had their vaccines should go for their booster shots.


Dr Stephen McDonough, pediatrician and former administrator in the ND Health Department provided some facts about Covid and the Delta Variant in the following link: ​​https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?ref=watch_permalink&v=904648553499908


​Together, we will continue to make progress and come out strong.

First Presbyterian Church of Bismarck

*Mask wearing during church Service is Recommended.*

2021 SCHOLARSHIPS

The Scholarship Committee of First Presbyterian Church is pleased to announce the availability of a limited number of scholarships for our church community.  To be eligible for consideration to receive a scholarship, a student must be an active member of First Presbyterian Church of Bismarck or must have been an active participant in the life of First Presbyterian Church of Bismarck for at least three years.  The awards are given for students at any level of study beyond high school.  Four years is the maximum for receiving scholarships:  these need not be consecutive years.  Graduate students may apply for scholarships, providing they are within the four year maximum.  The deadline to apply is May 17th, 2021.

Message from Pastor Leanne

           I can feel winter coming.   The air is really cold today, and moist, and I am primed, ready for the first snow.  My lawn furniture is covered, my plants over-wintered, and I have plenty of logs for some soothing fires soon to be made in my fireplace.  I have apple cider, waiting to be warmed for a cold winter’s night and quilts folded over the back of the sofa.  Winter is no problem - bring it on.  I can’t wait to be safely indoors by a roaring fire while the snow blankets the world in white.  And, I know, by February, I will be aching to get out into the garden and tired of the winter cold. I will be sick of shoveling snow and of trying to maneuver around drifts.  Still, I love the change of seasons in North Dakota -. There’s just something satisfying about being part of the cycles of nature.

As we close out the harvest and fasten down for winter, I can’t help but slide into a grateful frame of mind.  The year has definitely had its challenges; because of the pandemic we have found ourselves constantly adapting to changing circumstances, but God has been faithful all the way through.  Our church is strong, our families are safe, our prayers have been answered and our basic needs met.  No, it hasn’t been perfect, but it has been enough.  God is good.

And this one thing I am absolutely sure of: through every season, every change, every circumstance, God’s grace is faithful, and will continue to lead us through the next season of life.

As the Apostle Paul said in 2 Corinthians 12:9 NIV:
But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.”  Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me.