God loves you and so do we!
First Presbyterian Church of Michigan City
Monday, January 26, 2015
Love Wins!

Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Michigan City!

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Our Mission: We are committed to glorifying God and transforming our congregation, community, and the world with God's love.  
Our Vision: To strengthen our own spiritual growth and to spread the word of God in Christ.

The Rev. Dr. Ericka Parkinson Kilbourne, Pastor


Worship Service:  

Sunday - 10:00-11:00 a.m.

Church Services on the Web

TV Broadcast - Channel 99  

Wednesdays- 12:00 Noon   

Fridays- 2:00 PM

Sundays- 12:00 Noon
(New Sermons first air on Wednesdays) 



Church Office Hours:

Monday-Thursday - 8:00-3:00
Friday - 8:00-12:00


Why are the Paraments a different color?  A Parament refers to the liturgical hangings on and around the Communion Table, pulpit and lectern.   The liturgical colors aid in establishing a climate in which Law and Gospel may be heard and received. 

Green paraments are traditional during what is called Ordinary Time, the seasons from Epiphany to Lent and from Pentecost to Advent. 

Green symbolizes a time of growth in the Christian faith as the church studies and strives to practice the teachings of Jesus.


Congregational Meeting & Carry-In-Luncheon

Session has approved Sunday, January 25, 2015 as the date for our Annual Congregational Meeting.  As required in the Book of Order we come together as a congregation to vote on annual church business.  The meeting will begin immediately following worship, so plan on staying.  We need you to meet quorum requirements and be a part of the decision making process and an informed Presbyterian.  As a reward for your due diligence there will be a pot luck carry-in immediately upon the conclusion of the meeting.  Session will provide fried chicken, beverages, and dinnerware.  Members are asked to bring their favorite dish or dessert.  The outgoing Elder Class of 2014 will serve and all Session members will help with clean-up.     



Christian Education Updates

Please Click Here for information regarding Sunday School,  as well information about exciting Adult Christian Education opportunities.



Special Permission Forms


Permission slips and release forms for special activities are now available on the website. Please click here or on the heading above.


3B Classes-2015 Winter Session

  3B resumed on January 6, 2015.

The winter session is again on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 A.M. to 11:00  A.M. and will conclude on March 26th, before Holy Week.

New people interested in joining should contact Lois Miley or Alice Yacullo.


Service Opportunities
As we begin 2015, it is a great time to reflect, make new efforts, and demonstrate our gratitude for our blessings through care and service toward others. Under the direction of the Deacons, a CARE team has been created. To learn more about this and other service opportunities, check out the many options we have posted on our Ways to Help page.
Missional Transformation: Discovering God's Dream
The Church has a divine calling, and its life and purpose are not its own.
The church exists to discern and participate in God’s mission.
That is why we have embarked on this journey with other churches in the Presbytery of Wabash Valley. For more information and to learn our timeline for this journey, please click here.
Our Heritage
Shirley Ryan, church historian, has been working on a new exhibit in the Heritage Room, on the west side of the narthex. This exhibit highlights the various places we have held worship services during construction, renovation, and fire repair. Also, showcased are the many and various Women’s Association activities over the years. Stop in before or after worship or any other time to enjoy our rich heritage.
Denomination Web Site


The worship and preaching schedule during the month of  January is as follows:



January 25th - 10:00 A.M.

Rev. Dr. Ericka Parkinson Kilbourne, preaching

Annual  Congregational Meeting

and Potluck

Following Worship


The session of FPC encourages each and every one of you to make every effort  to come to the services during the month of January, to join the community of faith as we worship the Lord together.


Your presence in worship expresses the commitment, the vitality, and the hope you have in the life and ministry of this congregation.     


See you in church.







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First Presbyterian Church is a mainline church of the PC(USA) denomination.

We seek to help people connect with the grace, love and mercy of God.