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Come worship with us on Sundays at 10:30 am!

“God is spirit, and those who worship [God]
must worship in spirit and truth.”
John 4: 24

At First Presbyterian Church of Easton, we have a lot of Spirit! We strive to offer worship that is traditional with contemporary touches. Even our choir sings a variety of anthems – one Sunday, you might hear something from the 1800s; the next, Man in the Mirror by Michael Jackson; the next, The Lord’s Prayer . . . sung in Arabic.

We are living in times of challenge and change. Our nation is experiencing strife as we deal with issues of political disagreement, race, sexual orientation, gender, and so much more. Our congregation strives to face these issues faithfully, even in our worship – recognizing multiple worldviews and pushing ourselves to new understandings of God.

Our worship follows the Order of Worship from the Book of Common Worship of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), and we give you a bulletin each week to walk you through every step of our service – it’s very user-friendly, but we are always happy to help you find your nearest hymnal or pew Bible.

Order of Worship

  • We Gather Together to Worship God
    • The Prelude
    • Welcome & Announcements
    • Passing the Peace of Christ
    • The Call to Worship
    • Hymn
  • We Confess Our Sin and Receive God’s Forgiveness
    • The Call to Confession
    • The Unison Prayer of Confession
    • The Congregational Response (Sung)
    • The Assurance of Forgiveness
    • The Gloria Patri (Hymn)
  • We Hear God’s Word
    • The Word for Children
    • The Prayer for Illumination
    • Scripture Readings
    • The Sermon
    • A Time of Silent Reflection
  • We Respond to God’s Word
    • Hymn
    • Affirmation of Faith
    • The Offering of the People
      • The Invitation to Giving
      • The Offertory (Choral Anthem)
      • The Doxology (Hymn)
      • Prayer of Dedication
    • The Prayers of the People and The Lord’s Prayer
    • Hymn
    • The Charge and Benediction
    • The Benediction Response (Hymn)
    • The Postlude

Worship is followed immediately by a time of fellowship and refreshments in Legacy Hall in the lower level of the Church House.