• Join us for worship
  • 8 o'clock worship in the chapel
  • Easter 2018
  • Easter egg hunt 2018
  • Easter egg hunt 2018
  • Katie, Abby, and Adam made it all happen.
  • Easter 2018
  • Community dinner workers enjoy cooking for a crowd.
  • There's quite a crowd.
  • Serving dessert to our guests.
  • Planning to spend the night in the shelter after dinner.
  • Caroling at Linda Vista
  • Freeds prepare dinner
  • Howdy and Debbie
  • The potato bar is a hit.
  • Making wreaths, swags and centerpieces
  • Dan and Paula enjoying the crafts
  • Sand dollar artists at work
  • Gingerbread house art
  • "Tree cookie" centerpieces are fun to make!
  • Sand candle making
  • The new grandmas' club
  • The Spirit of Fun
  • Graduation Cake
  • Praying for graduates
  • Cake for grads

Welcome

Join us on Sundays at 8 or 10 for worship.

        You will find a variety of people at worship – different ages and styles of dress but all interested in spiritual growth and fellowship.

        We have two worship services most Sundays: intimate, abbreviated communion service in the Heritage Chapel at 8 am and Sanctuary worship with a variety of music styles at 10 am.   

A friendly greeter will welcome you, and the ushers will offer you a worship bulletin and announcement sheet. Kids' bulletins with activities and a bag of crayons and other items are available from an usher.

At the 8am Heritage Chapel service, we gather in an intimate space with three walls of stained glass windows from the historic First Presbyterian Church of Ashland.  This service includes much of the content of the later service in a more abbreviated manner.  We sing one hymn (before our accompanist leaves to play at another church). The Lord’s Supper is served each time we worship. Each week those gathered share joys and concerns in prayer.  After this approximately 45-minute service, many people head downtown to Pony Espresso for coffee and conversation.  (When this service was initiated, decades ago, people worshiped, then headed to Mt. Ashland to ski!)

Most Sundays at the 10am Sanctuary service, the readings, songs and other worship materials are projected on the large screen in the front of the church.  Please select a seat where you can clearly see the screen.  (It is OK to get up and move to a different seat after the service has begun.) 

Music is played by Laurie Anne Hunter on the piano, organ, harp and other instruments, and singing is led by the by song leader Michaela Nuss.  Frequently during the summer, guest musicians offer gifts of music. 

A member of the church shares worship leadership with the pastor, leading us through litanies and unison prayers (the part the people speak is always big and bold) and reading scripture lessons.  

Following the 10 o’clock service we move to Calvin Hall (the building closest to Walker Street) for fellowship time.  We enjoy conversation!  Most weeks, refreshment hosts offer snack choices with a gluten free option.  On Second Sundays, we celebrate all birthdays and anniversaries for the month. 

 

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First Presbyterian Church of Ashland
Physical Address:
1615 Clark Ave. (corner of Walker and Siskiyou)
Mail: PO Box 626
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Phone (541) 482-3536

Regular Schedule

Office Hours
  • 9am-12pm & 1pm-2:30pm

    Monday - Friday

Sunday
  • Communion Worship in the Heritage Chapel
    – 8:00 AM to 8:50 AM
  • Coffee Hour at Pony Espresso
    – 9:00 AM to 9:45 AM
  • Worship in the Sanctuary
    – 10:00 AM to 11:10 AM
  • Fellowship in Calvin Hall
    – 11:15 AM to 12:00 PM

Announcements

  • Back Porch Bible Study

    Pastor Dan will be offering a Bible study on the back porch of his office (weather and smoke permitting) on Wednesday mornings at 10am. First study will be on June 13, and will run consecutive Wednesdays throughout most of the summer. For June and July, the scriptures to study will be the two places where the Ten Commandments are listed: Exodus 20:1-17Deuteronomy 5:1-22.

  • Faith and Flicks

     

    Tuesday Night June 19th at 6pm – FLICKS AND FAITH MOVIE NIGHT! Join us for “The Mission,” a 1986 British period drama film about the experiences of a Jesuit missionary in 18th-century South America. Written by Robert Bolt and directed by Roland Joffe, the film stars Robert DeNiro, Jeremy Irons, Ray McAnally, Aidan Quinn, Cherie Lunghi, and Liam Neeson. Movie will show in the SANCTUARY.

  • Homeless Series

    For the next month or so we have been honored with the HOMELESS SERIES, paintings by Aaron Burgess. We have hung them in Calvin Hall. Burgess says about his paintings “I wanted to convey in my Homeless Series of paintings and drawings a feeling of utter outrage. Fury at the injustice of poverty and homelessness here in the richest and most powerful country in the world.”

  • World Peace Flame

    Coming September 21, 2018, the Light the World Peace Flame will be at the Sustainability Center at Southern Oregon University, uniting people worldwide. Express your yearning for peace by contributing to this beacon of light.

  • India Veterinary Mission

    Howdy and Debbie Miller send their fascinating observations of life in northern India, as they complete their veterinary mission there.

    Click here for the complete letters.

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