First Presbyterian Church: Feeding the hungry, body and soul
Updated: 01 04 2021
Welcome to Twenty Twenty One!!
First Presbyterian Church of Homewood is a Christian community of faith in the Presbyterian Church (USA) denomination and we have been actively sharing the faith since 1858. First Presbyterian Church is a congregation of a little over 100 members bound together by our commitment to Jesus Christ.
We value worshiping together joyfully, wrestling with scripture faithfully, and reaching out to our local and global neighbors with compassion and hope.
Our congregation welcomes all people who trust in God's grace in Jesus Christ and want to become a part of the fellowship and ministry of his church. The gospel leads us to extend the fellowship of Christ to all people. If we do not do so, we would be rejecting Christ himself!
It is with joy that we greet you. We hope you will look over the many opportunities for mission and ministry at First Presbyterian Church of Homewood. You are welcome any time!
Grace and Peace,
Pastor Dudley Elvery
PS---Worship with us at virtually at 10:30 a.m. Sunday mornings.
When we begain in our building, it is air conditioned in the summer and there is an elevator through the garden entrance off the back parking lot.
Monday Night Community Dinners! (Canceled Until Further Notice)
For six years First Presbyterian Church of Homewood offered a free evening meal every Monday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. downstairs in Westminster Hall (handicap accessible). We met every monday regardless of whether is was a holiday, Christmas Day, New Year's celebration .... until Covid 19. Out of respect for life and the gravity of many other unknown concerns, we discontinued.
Thanks for a successful 2019 and 2020 through March!
First Presbyterian Church of Homewood would like to thank the followiing local establishments for their donations to those successful Monday Night Community Dinners in 2019:
Delicious fried chicken from the Fifth Quarter & Press Room Eatery was enjoyed by all dinner guests on January 28.
For March 18, we purchased the fixings for a corned beef and cabbage dinner using a gift certificate from Walt’s.
On June 24, Aurelio’s provided yummy mostaccioli and bread.
Ice cream cups from Dairy Queen were enjoyed by all dinner guests at our free Community Dinner Monday, July 1.
Aurelio’s provided their award-winning pizza served at the free Community Dinner Monday, November 18.
For December 23, we were able to purchase ham and other holiday food using our second gift certificate from Walt’s.
- Matthew Michalik of Edward Jones
- Homewood Disposal Service, Inc.
Dinners were open to everyone.