The First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn
Join Us Sunday Mornings
Education 9:00 am
Worship 10:00 am
Please wear a mask to worship
Recent Live Stream Service
Self-Study Report: You may be wondering (as a few of you have asked) just what is happening with the Congregational Self-Study. Well, with the holidays and Holy Days behind us, the Self-Study team is back at work. There is a Town Hall Meeting Scheduled for January 23 immediately following worship to present an overview of the next steps in the study process. Of course, your prayers as well as your questions and input are welcome.
Did you know 80% of strokes are preventable according to the American Heart Association?
Life Line Screening provides valuable health screenings to detect the risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease.
Life Line Screening will be at First Presbyterian Church of Dearborn on Monday, January 31, 2022 and are offering a special price for our members. Learn more and schedule your appointment by calling 1-888-653-6441 ,texting the word circle to 797979 or visit Life Line Screening’s website at https://llsa.social/HSC
There is no time like the present to take action!
Annual Meeting :The Annual Meeting will be held Sunday, February 13 after the worship service.
We have GriefShare Courses online on Sundays from 6:30-8:30 pm. Workbooks are $20. I have some for purchase or you can order online along with your registration, and it will come to your home. To register go to: https://www.griefshare.org/groups/145040
For any questions, call Chris Mayer at 313-575-5853 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org I look forward to seeing you on Sundays! And please share this info with anyone you know who is grieving and could use support.
Our Ministry Staff
Pastor Jim Faile
Jim is serving as the interim pastor, guiding the congregation through a time of self study and calling a new minister.
Brenda serves as organist and music director. She directs the Sanctuary Choir, Bells of Heaven, Renaissance Camerata, and produces concerts and musicals.
Chris serves as Parish Nurse, providing pastoral care and leading health ministries.
Emily serves as the director of children’s education. She leads youth worship and ministries.
The Vision News
“Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow!” words we sing in every worship service following the Offering, express our appreciation to God in music. At this time of year, we are preparing for Thanksgiving, as “We Gather Together to Ask the Lord’s Blessing” (another...
The holidays are upon us once again and that is reason to celebrate! But the pandemic is NOT over, and we want to minimize our risk and keep people as safe as possible. While this is the second Thanksgiving/Christmas season since the pandemic started, this year should...
Hello everyone! Our Christian Education programs for children and youth are well under way. For our Sunday School classes, we are using a new program called “Follow Me” from PCUSA. So far, the students have learned 2 practices of Jesus- Welcoming Everyone and...
Where God is Calling FPCD
Meaningful Experiences of Worship
Provide opportunities for people to connect in a worshipful way with God and with God’s people. We recognize that corporate worship with music, liturgy, and proclamation is important. We also recognize that worship is broader than Sunday mornings. Therefore, as a Church our focus is worship with two or more of the community of God’s people partnering to connect with their creator in spirit and truth.
Partner with God in His Plan
Discover where God is already at work around us. We are responsible to follow God’s call there. Engaging community leaders and participating in the community will be key to the discovery, as Paul did in Acts. We believe if we are obedient to God and faithfully follow His call beyond our walls, God will bless our community inside our walls as He sees fit. As the Church of Jesus, we have a priority on relationships over programs, and His Kingdom over our Institution.
Connect a New Generation to Jesus
introduce those in the community who do not know Jesus to his promises of hope and restoration. We understand that younger generations do not have the same priorities, perspective, or assumptions of the “Churched” generations. We believe that Jesus has always been and will always be relevant to human life and community regardless of cultural trends. We desire to learn to communicate the difference Jesus makes in our lives and community to those outside the Church. Spiritual renewal and transformational encounters with Jesus are urgent in our own lives to fill us with the creative thinking, intentionality, authenticity, selflessness, and grace to build connections. We become the fragrance of Christ.
What We Believe
Presbyterianism is a part of the Reformed tradition within Protestantism. Presbyterian theology typically emphasizes the sovereignty of God, the authority of the Scriptures, and the necessity of grace through faith in Christ. We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA). For more information on our denomination, visit the PC USA Website.