Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Concord, NH!
Please join at our worship service each Sunday at 10:15 AM. We
meet in the old church building at the
Community Music School. Sunday School time for adults and children is at 9:00 AM Sunday morning.
We look forward to meeting you in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our Choir rehearses Tuesday
Our worship team rehearses prior to Sunday morning Christian education classes. Small group bible study and fellowship groups meet Sunday evening. We also have Wednesday morning prayer at
7:45 am. Please check out our calendar for
more information, and also see below for new calendar details. Also, please check out our current ministries.
No matter what your spiritual and church background, what your current life situation is, and what hurts and difficulties you are facing, you are welcome
and have a place at First Presbyterian Church of Concord, NH. We
are a committed group of people seeking to know God through Jesus
so our lives
love, and compassion for others.
NEW MEN’S BIBLE STUDY
Men’s Bible study will be on Thursdays every other week at 5:30 pm at the FPC church office, 15 Pleasant Street, Suite 5. The next meeting will be May 29th. We are studying the Gospel of Mark.
Will You Be A Part of A Life Group?
One need that has been identified at FPC is the need for more community. One way to try and address this is through a “Life Group.” The purpose is to build community through fellowship, Gospel centered discussion, and prayer. On May 25th immediately following church everyone is invited to Pastor Domin’s house for a light lunch and then there will be a brief discussion of the sermon and a time of prayer. Will you be a part of this opportunity to build more spiritual life into our church? We will see what the response is over the next couple of months. The “Life Group” will meet every other Sunday for a few months. Come for as long as you are able to participate.
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