Let's Be Neighbors Sunday

Sunday, September 10th, 2017

Grace From One Another

From Your's Pastors Desk: In Japanese culture it is impolite to pour your own tea. In other words, when you are out to eat or visiting someone’s home, you should always wait for the person to pour your tea, and you should pour your companion’s tea. You have to sit there and wait to be asked, “Do you want tea?” You cannot just pick up the tea and pour your own cup—that is very rude.....To read more click on the image above...

A Special Offering On November 19th

The Session, in consultation with the Faith and Practice committee, has decided to receive a special offering for Presbyterian Disaster Assistance for the hurricane victims. We will collect this offering during worship on November 19th. As we are grateful for the many blessings of our lives during Thanksgiving, we remember our brothers and sisters who are struggling and trying to rebuild their lives once again. To learn more about PDA click on the image above...

New Banners Blessed

Across the world there has been too much hate written across walls. First Presbyterian Church of Britton, SD decided it was time to write love on their own walls. Through a micro-grant from SD Faith in Public Life, the church is installing three large banners on their front entrance. The banners recognize Jesus’ commandment to love and proclaim to their neighbors “We Choose Love.”...To read more click on the image above...

Get Involved

Since the doors opened November 24, 1997, the food pantry has served thousands of county and surrounding residents of all ages. Every week, on Friday and Saturday, various volunteers are available at the Marshall County Food pantry. The pantry provides food and other basic necessities to families that would otherwise be unable to purchase at a store. ...To read more click on the image above...

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  • Grace From One Another

    From Your Pastors’ Desk
    In Japanese culture, it is impolite to pour your own tea. In other words, when you are out to eat or visiting someone’s home, you should always wait for the person to pour your tea, and you […]

    Continue Reading →

Why Do You Love First Presbyterian Church?

Read why people love this community of faith.

I love this church because I feel at home each and every time I enter through the front doors and sit in a familiar pew. The church and the church body/members genuinely care about one another through the best of times and worst of times. I love the First Presbyterian Church of Britton because it is where God has called me to be and to worship with others.

Stephanie Brandt

I love the morning and evening sun streaming through the sanctuary windows; I love that First Presbyterian does more than proclaim that Jesus saves. This church challenges me to discover what that saving grace frees me to do in THIS world.

Susan Wismer

Being a member of the First Presbyterian Church is great. Everyone always makes you feel welcome and the music that fills the church warms my heart.

Stephanie Symens