Corona Virus Update
Due to Corona Virus Health concerns the following changes are in effect.
- Worship Gatherings are suspended till August 9th. But you can join us online Sunday at 9:30am on Facebook Live
- Daily reflection at 11AM Monday — Thursday (Daily Devotions are listed under Media on the FPCB website
- Children’s message — on occasion
- Sunday Service — 9:30 AM
- Groups are no longer using the facility. Exception: Our Meals on Wheels team continues to serve the community with special directives for health and welfare precautions mandated by the MOW Board.
- Our church office continues to be open from 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM.
- Some Bible Studies and Adult Sunday School classes are being held via ZOOM. Session and Stephen Ministry are meeting via ZOOM, as well as some of the ministry teams.
- Online giving is recommended via our website or checks can be mailed to the office.
- Communications are made through weekly Friday E-News, the Website, Facebook page and occasional Phone Tree messages. You can sign up for Friday E-news here
View our New Sermon Series Summer Psalms on Sunday at 9:30am on Facebook Live or in person starting July 19th
Join us on Sunday
Worship in person will resume on August 9th at 9:30am.
You can worship online Sunday at 9:30am
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About First Presbyterian Church of Brandon
Looking for a place you can feel like you belong? Come to First Presbyterian Church of Brandon. You can expect a warm welcome. On Sundays you can worship together in person starting at 9:30am on August 9th The congregation is led by Pastor Mike who shares relevant messages that are based on what the bible teaches. You can be a part of a church that truly cares about the local Brandon community, since church members regularly invest their time and money to help with Meals on Wheels, Family Promise of Brandon, Stephen Minsters, Metropolitan Ministries and more. There is something for everyone with programs for children, youth, and adults. So if you are looking for a church in Brandon you’ve found a great place with First Presbyterian Church of Brandon.