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First Presbyterian Church will spread God’s word, expand God’s family, and provide local and world mission to all people as we share the spirit of Jesus Christ. We hope you will visit our historic church built in 1893, in beautiful downtown Noblesville.

We are live streaming our worship service each Sunday morning at 10am for those who cannot join us in person.  Click here to join.  We hope you find our worship service blesses you in the coming week.


All Church Book Study Starting in January!

All Church Book Study January 3 – February 14!  The Disciple Making Church: From Dry Bones to Spiritual Vitality by Pastor Glenn McDonald is a easy to read book that begs the question:  How long would it take for people who walk into your church to realize their need for Jesus and learn what to do about it? McDonald’s congregation grappled with that question—and transformed their church! Offering six practices and marks of discipleship, he helps you grow in Christlikeness and encourage one another in the Lord.

Our small groups start meeting this week:

  • David Layman: 10 minutes after worship in Fellowship Hall
  • Bill Jourdan: Sundays 6:00pm (virtual)
  • Ed Adams and Brad Hedrick: Mondays 7:00 (in person and virtual)
  • Brian Wuerch and David McCord: Wednesdays 7pm (virtual)
  • Michael Davis: Thursdays 6:30 (virtual)
  • Eric Gale: Sundays 7:15 Youth Group

Call or email group leaders or church office (317-773-2383) to sign-up!


We are Streaming Live Each Sunday! Information Here!

We are live streaming our service each Sunday morning at 10am for those who are not able to attend in person worship.  Click here to connect to our live stream worship service.  You will need to press the PLAY arrow to start and then you’ll be able to join!  Please share this link with all of your friends and family.  We are happy to be able to connect with those who are not able to attend church in person!

Update on Church Activities

FPC is allowing small groups of 25 or less to begin meeting in Fellowship Hall.  Specific guidelines must be adhered to by all.  Please contact Janie Emerson at the church office (317) 773 -2383 to reserve a spot for your small group.   Please do not show up to meet without first contacting Janie. If you would like to meet virtually using the church’s zoom account, please contact Nathan Roe at roend83@gmail.com

The office will remain open from 9am – noon Monday – Friday.  Our live sermons will be posted weekly if you miss the 10am service.  Click here to connect with the live sermon on Sunday morning at 10am.

Sunday Sermons Available Here!

We are posting the two most current sermons on the front page of our website.  If you would like to view previous sermons, click the link here to watch and/or listen.  We hope you are strengthened by God’s word!

Capital Campaign – Technology Upgrade

First Presbyterian Church has decided to pursue a much needed technology upgrade to the sanctuary and fellowship hall in light of the need to stream worship services due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  We pray that this much needed upgrade will enhance the sound and audio-visual capabilities in the sanctuary and fellowship hall.   As of December 14th, we have raised $90,611 of the $90,000 needed for Phase I.   We have surpassed our goal!!  Ten percent of the member contributions from the beginning of the campaign (May) will be donated for Covid-19 relief to the following organizations:  Next Step Ministries – Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Last Bell Ministries Ukraine and Camp Pyoca. 

We appreciate all those who have given and continue give so we can reach those in our congregation who are not able to attend in person worship.  We are also reaching those outside our immediate church family because of our live stream so our ministry is a blessing to many.  

We will continue to accept gifts for the technology fund so that we can update all areas of our church and increase services to those who may needed additional audio assistance.  Thank you!


Tell Your Story – Let’s Blog It!

We want to tell your story — whatever it may be.  Be a part of our new blog and send a story to Anne Kenley at anne.kenley@fpc-noblesville.org. Need help?  No worries – we can help! No experience or expertise needed!