Welcome
... Rev. Dr. CJ Hayes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are linked to each other by stories. Our own sacred narratives, together with the great Biblical stories, are woven into the fabric of our faith. At First Presbyterian Church of Springfield, we believe in the big umbrella of grace and we welcome all who wish to join us.
— Rev. Dr. Clifford J. Hayes


Worship Times

Sunday Worship
10:30 a.m.
- in the Sanctuary -

Wednesday Vespers
September through May
5:30 p.m.
- in the Chapel -

Summer Chapel

begins again June 1, 2014
- in the Chapel -


More about worship ...

Office Hours

Church Office
(ring bell at portico-covered door)
Monday — Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Samaritan Ministries
(ring bell at so. west ramped door)
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
9:00 a.m. to noon

More about Samaritan Ministries ...

Staff Listing


We invite you
to visit our
staff listing page
.



Contact us:
321 S. Seventh Street Springfield, IL 62701
tele: 217.528.4311
fax: 217.528.0768

 

News and Events

...St. Louis Baseball Stadium

St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds

Group Outing to Busch Stadium:

— Meet in the church parking lot: Caravan leaves at 4:30 p.m.

Church-wide - A bunch of (mostly) Cards fans are traveling to this September game. (It's OK if you are a Cubs fan -or other team fan :-) We are purchasing tickets so we can be together for the game! Tickets are $15 each. Contact Jennifer at 217.528.4311, ext. 209, to reserve your ticket.

News from the PCUSA
221st General Assembly 2014


PCUSA General Assembly 2014The top leaders in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) share their thoughts on the business of the 221st General Assembly (2014) in a letter to members, and they issue a charge to the full body as it moves forward. Download the letter in PDF here...

For more news coverage, visit the Presbyterian Outlook here...

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By virtue of our baptisms, our actions and words are not our own
— for we belong to each other —
Our polity professes that as we are bound by the Holy Spirit to Christ
through our baptisms and that baptism also
— “unites the people of God with each other.” —

We live to make witness to that unity in the body of Christ Jesus
and to work to the end that the whole church become a community of faith,
hope, love and witness.

-quoted from (Book of Order G-3.05) and
Former Moderator Bruce Reyes-Chow



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