Due to current COVID pandemic circumstances our church staff are currently working remotely and the church facility is closed until the Illinois Department of Public Health mitigation allows reopening. To reach church staff or request pastoral care please email information@LincolnsChurch.org. Thank you!
Music for Meditation
Fiducia and What Wondrous Love
Piece d'Orgue, BWV 572
WELCOMING YOU HOME
This is God’s house and all God’s people are welcome.
Worship services are Sundays at 10:30 and Wednesdays at 5:30.
We celebrate an open Communion table.
If you hunger and thirst for God, please join us on
first Sundays and Wednesdays for Communion.
We celebrate gifts of the Spirit in all people, every one of us.
We believe that our unity in the body of Christ
is more important than our differences of opinion.
No matter your church background or lack of it, your identity or who you love, how you vote, or where you work, God’s doors are open to you.
You are welcome here!
ABOUT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church USA, founded in 1828, and church home to Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln.
We are rooted and reaching. We are rooted in our history and reaching out to our neighbors, near and far. We treasure our background in community service and labor to collaborate with new neighbors.
Our current ministries are filled with music, worship, art, sharing food and space, working to dismantle oppressions, and seeking God's love and justice in our community and the world.
We are an open, affirming, and fully inclusive church regardless of sexuality or gender identity. Follow this link for more information.
ON BEHIND THOSE BIG RED DOORS?
We hope every person will find First Presbyterian Church of Springfield to be a place of sanctuary.
We welcome you to join us for worship services and also for the history, the arts, the fellowship and the love that are behind those big red doors.
Check out our calendar of events to find out information on upcoming concert dates, sanctuary tours, meetings and events.