Welcome to hybrid worship in 2021! We are worshiping in person and online, at 9:30 am every Sunday. You can find our in-person worship FAQs here, which will be updated weekly.
For everyone who is attending worship from home, the service will be live streamed on Sunday at 9:30am, and will be available to view later on our YouTube page, on the Live Stream Worship page of our website, and on Facebook.
If you know someone who does not have Internet access, please alert them to the Sermon by Phone program.
Each week, the new worship service becomes available on our new phone number. Simply dial in and listen to the whole service. It remains up for an entire week so the listener can call in anytime. When you call, there is a brief intro from Paul, and then the service follows. The phone number is 608.237.1695. We have sent a letter to those members who we know will be able to use this service.
Nourish your spirit
We have a tradition at First Church of welcoming first time visitors with a loaf of fresh baked bread. It’s a simple gesture of hospitality that says a lot about who we are as a congregation. We invite you to come and check us out. We promise you will be nourished in by the message, the music, the welcoming congregation; and the gift of bread.
When and where
Sunday morning worship is at 9:30 a.m. as we begin our hybrid worship model. Our services incorporate traditional forms of worship through music, liturgy, scripture, and pastoral reflections crafted to inspire and challenge us.
You can also watch the service online live or at your convenience.
Dayton/Pinckney Ramp (ULI lot)
Take a ticket when you enter. On Sundays only, pick up a free parking voucher at the Welcome Center office to use when leaving the lot.
Street parking is free on Sunday.
- The church building, Sanctuary, and Fellowship Hall are accessible to wheelchairs. An elevator to classrooms on upper and lower levels is available.
- There is easy drop-off near the main door and designated accessible parking spots.
- We also offer a hearing loop for assistive listening and two large display screens. Ushers have large-print bulletins.