Coronavirus updates continue
All First Pres Church-related activities and meetings continue to be suspended until further notice - see new procedures regarding staff
Dear Friend;

Earlier this week, Session met via a video conference and approved the following procedures for the foreseeable future:

We will continue to suspend all face to face church activities and worship services until the proper notice from session has been provided that these activities are allowed to resume, with the exception of the Presbyterian Pantry. We encourage you to continue to view or listen to the services by Pastors Farwell from First United Presbyterian. Please see our website on the Upcoming Events page for details.

In addition, the Worship Committee is working on setting up a fellowship time with our church members following the First United's sermon. It will be held immediately after the sermon, starting Sunday April 5 on Zoom, which you can join via computer or just call into with a phone number. More details to follow soon!
Personnel actions resulting from the Safer at Home” order:

To comply with the 1 person in the building order, the staff was sent home on 3/24/2020. The staff schedule will be:

  • Monday, Lynne Nelson
  • Tuesday and Wednesday, Leah Mott
  • Thursday, Mary Belanger

Voice mail message has been changed. Leah will receive emergency calls from her cell phone.

If congregation members want to access the building, they should contact Lynne at  or call her at 920-857-8332. Lynne is coordinating church access so that we can do our best to comply with Presbytery policy. If you have a key, PLEASE DO NOT JUST LET YOURSELF IN. CONTACT LYNNE FIRST!

Thank you for your continued cooperation and prayers. Stay safe and well!
P.S. If you are looking for a good daily devotional, check out . It is great for all ages, is simple and provides a new devotional each day.
P.P.S. This from the Presbytery: The Lt. Governor has asked that if we have retired health care workers in our congregation to encourage them to be in touch with the Department of Health about how they might be helpful. The expectation is that there will be a shortage of workers.
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