Be kind to one another, tender-hearted, forgiving each other, just as God in Christ also has forgiven you.
The Deacons are leaders who are committed to the care and encouragement of the congregation. They minister to those who are in need, the sick, the friendless, and to all who may be in distress both within and beyond the community of faith. For more information about the Deacons Ministry Contact Mary Ellen Barr
- FPC Care Team is part of our Deacons Ministry. Deacons are assigned a group of members in our congregation. Deacons pray for, and with, members of their group, providing practical and spiritual support in times of crisis, information and connections, and celebration of life’s milestones.
is an integral part of First Presbyterian Church: We have a prayer chain that is published through email and telephone. We also have prayer groups where we offer the opportunity to deepen your life and trust in God.
- Sunday Morning Prayer Group
- Day/Time: Every Sunday at 9:30am – 10:00 am
- Location: FPC Chapel (off the Sanctuary downstairs)
- Description: This opportunity is open to everyone and focuses on current prayer requests.
Here at First Presbyterian Church – Whitefish, it is our vision to make certain all people feel part of the greater Christian community. After all, we are all very important members of the Body of Christ.
We provide ongoing opportunities for you to develop relationships and grow in Christian fellowship. Each Sunday following worship, we invite you to join us for refreshments and lively conversation. In addition, we also provide fellowship events and meals throughout the year to strengthen our family life together.
Our Fellowship Ministry Team meets once a month to brainstorm and plan the activities for our congregation and for ways to be involved in our community. Contact Ross Doty
- Alcoholics Anonymous: This group meets three times a day (7:00am, 12:30pm and 8:00pm) in the basement of our church. Enter through the Third Street glass doors and make your way downstairs, following the signs.
- CoDA (Co-Dependents Anonymous): This group meets twice a week (Wednesdays 7:00pm and Sundays 6:30pm) in the basement of our church. Enter through the Third Street glass doors and make your way downstairs, following the signs.