First Presbyterian Church of El Paso

First Presbyterian Church of El Paso First Presbyterian Church in El Paso, Texas has been a church and a family for more that 130 years. If you are looking for a friendly church - a place to get to know Jesus, to study the Bible, and to share with others - this is the place for you!

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Attention FPC youth!If you would like to create cards for our veterans to be delivered on Veterans Day, please contact J...
11/08/2021

Attention FPC youth!

If you would like to create cards for our veterans to be delivered on Veterans Day, please contact Joanna Arriola. She will drop off all the supplies to create the cards and will pick up for delivery on Thursday. If you would like to assist with delivery, please contact Joanna as well Her contact info is in the comments.

Attention FPC youth!

If you would like to create cards for our veterans to be delivered on Veterans Day, please contact Joanna Arriola. She will drop off all the supplies to create the cards and will pick up for delivery on Thursday. If you would like to assist with delivery, please contact Joanna as well Her contact info is in the comments.

09/05/2021
Revelations

Revelation: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

09/05/2021
Revelations

Revelation: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

08/22/2021
Psummer of Psalms

Revelation: 7 Letters to 7 Churches, Part 1 - Rev Neal Locke

Address

1340 Murchison Dr
El Paso, TX
79902

General information

Worship here at 9am or 11 a.m. every Sunday. Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Lots of other events, activities and service throughout the week.

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 4pm
Tuesday 8am - 4pm
Wednesday 8am - 4pm
Thursday 8am - 4pm
Sunday 8:30am - 12pm

Telephone

(915) 533-7551

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Queremos pedir ayuda en oracion para mi cuñado que esta en estado critico en el hospital de university medical center en El Paso. No se permiten visitas en este momento pero sus oraciones juntas con las nuestras como hermanos pueden mover montañas. Aqui esta el link de su gofundme para recaudar donaciones para su esposa y hija. Gracias de anticipadamente. Que Dios les bendiga. We are asking for everyone to join us in prayer my brother John is in critical condition after a car accident. You can help his wife and daughter by sharing the following link, donatino, or just with prayer. We thank everyone in advance. May God bless you.
Dear God, I know I was just complaining about waiting my turn for the vaccine and another surgery, but now that I’ve gotten an appointment for both, this part also feels tricky. So, I have some questions, God. I’m wondering - that one dawn, so many years ago, when Jesus came out of his own tomb, did he step haltingly toward the light or did he run? Did he know who he was right away, or did that take a minute? Did he harbor resentments about his faltering friends or was he free? I’m asking because many of us are stepping into the first light of a post-pandemic dawn and one minute I want to run full speed and the next I am unable to move. And If I talk too much about what was lost, I feel like a bummer but if I talk at all about the unexpected gifts, I feel like I’m callous. And I’m not sure I can ever be who I was before, but I’m also not totally sure who everyone else is now, either. My request is this: Help us remember that resurrection isn’t reversal, that as we return to life, we are carrying our own wounds from loss and isolation. But we are also emerging with new beauty and new wisdom. We are not who we were. But we do get to discover who we are. Help us not foreclose on each other. Maybe just grant us a holy curiosity for a while? Please give me courage to trust the hope I feel right now. Save me from squandering this moment of new life. Remind me that all the fear and cynicism in the world never protects me from pain and disappointment in the way I think they will. Give us back to each other when the time is right. May we recognize you, our wounded and resurrected God, in our belly laughs and crocodile tears…and maybe … even in each other. Amen.
Our mission outreach with Project Vida is our Angel Tree. There are still several Angels in need of Christmas Gifts. Please give me a call if you are willing to purchase gifts or would like to make a donation for an Angel. Pat McLaughlin
Starting this Sunday, May 27, FPC we will be worshipping in our chapel on Sundays 9 and 11 service Follow our foot steps to our special chapel