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December 6

Blue Christmas: A Service of Remembrance

The Blue Christmas service is an interdenominational service
open to all, offering those on a journey of grief,
a place during this difficult time to acknowledge their loss.

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First Presbyterian Church of Lancaster

Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Lancaster, Pa., where the faithful and faith-seeking have gathered since before the Revolutionary War. Today we are a congregation of 650, looking to renew our lives in Christ and engage with one another and in the life and mission of the church. Please read more about our vision for the future.

If you are looking for a new church home, or perhaps considering church for the first time, we invite you to join us for worship. Digital and in-person options are listed here. Christian formation classes and activities are also offered for all age groups.

First Presbyterian is a church where we lovingly care for one another, joyfully serve together in the community and engage in mission at home and abroad, as Jesus instructed. You can access more information about our worship, work and aspirations from this page. We’re glad you’re here. Please come back to check us out from time to time. Blessings!

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Worship Online Now

Due to the increase in Covid-19 cases, In-person worship is suspended through the end of the year.

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Envisioning the Future
Envisioning the Future

Working toward the future we envisioned together

Getting Involved
Getting Involved

Saturday message with Rev. Dan Snyder, First Presbyterian Church, Lancaster PA

Saturday Message
Saturday Message

First Presbyterian Church - Lancaster, PA. Vaccine Update - Getting to Know Our FPC Neighbors.

daily prayer
Friday, December 04, 2020

Advent Day 5 - "Loving God, you unite us in Christ. Such intimacy is not our doing and we cannot undo it. Nonetheless, we often test this oneness and fail to bear, believe, hope and endure in love. Knowing your unfailing love for us, we pray to exhibit a love that hopes all things even for those we find hard to love. May our stalwart love bear witness to your love for the world. Amen." Jill Duffield, Presbyterian Outlook

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