Who We Are
Our church seeks to be a doorway through which God works to make disciples of Jesus Christ. In this church, we experience Christian community as we walk our spiritual journey with others. As disciples, we are strengthened by God’s Spirit to live out God’s love in word and deed.
We Welcome All People
We hope that you will feel both inspired and welcome as you come into our space!
Come with your questions and you concerns.
Come with your certainty and your doubt.
Come with your joy and your sorrow.
Come and find God here.
All genders, ages, races, theological perspectives and sexual orientations are welcome at our church.
THE ANNUAL SCOTTISH TEA WILL BE TAKING PLACE ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST FROM 10 A.M. TO 2 P.M. PLAN TO COME OUT FOR A TASTE OF SCOTLAND!
Looking for Organist / Accompanist for January 2016 start!
The First Presbyterian Church of Barre is looking for an organist/ accompanist. We seek a gifted musician with a capacity to share his/her skill with our Christian community. The ideal candidate will have experience in providing religious music, a desire to enrich spiritual lives through music, and familiarity with various musical styles. Please respond with a letter of interest and résumé to: Carl Hilton VanOsdall, First Presbyterian Church, 19 Seminary St. Barre, VT 05641 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Worship @ First Presbyterian Church
We understand that visiting a new place for the first time can be a little intimidating. So, to make you feel more comfortable, here are some answers to a few common questions:
“How do I get there and where do I park?”
Here are some directions to our location. There is a parking lot next to the church.
“Can my kids come?”
Yes! Children of all ages are most welcome to services as well as our Sunday School.
“What do I wear?”
Whether you prefer dressy or casual attire, you’ll feel at home here. You are welcome as you are. FOR REAL!
WATCH OUR CHURCH WORSHIP SERVICES ON LINE, THANKS TO CVTV IN BARRE, VT. Search for the “1st Presbyterian Church of Barre” services.
Here’s a listing of community meal sites/times, too!
(For those interested, the per capita apportionment for 2015 is $45)