Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Bloomsburg!
Sunday worship is at 10:30 AM each week. Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month. All worship services are in person and on Zoom (see link below).
COVID-19 UPDATE, June 23, 2022: the CDC’s current COVID-19 Community Level for Columbia County is LOW. Following the church’s policy, masks are recommended but not required in the building at all times when the Community Level is MEDIUM or LOW (updated Thursdays by 8 PM ET at cdc.gov).
COVID-19 Building Policy:
To join worship services or meetings by phone or computer, follow these instructions:
1) IF JOINING BY PHONE ONLY
Dial 929-436-2866, enter the meeting number 570 784 2322 and then #, and then press # when asked for a participant ID.
2) IF JOINING BY COMPUTER, TABLET, OR SMARTPHONE
Click this link to join the Zoom video meeting:
When you join the video meeting, a dialog box will pop up with two tabs for audio options: "Phone Call" and "Computer Audio" - choose one or the other:
If you have a newer computer or smartphone and a moderately fast Internet connection, select the "Computer Audio" tab in the box and then select the blue "Join by Computer Audio" button.
If you don't have a strong Internet connection, you may want to dial in by phone for audio. Select the "Phone Call" audio option after clicking the link above, then you will see a box with phone numbers, a Meeting ID, and a Participant ID. You can still see video.
1) Dial this number: 929-436-2866 (or any other number displayed on the computer)
2) Enter the following Meeting ID: 570 784 2322 and #
3) Enter the Participant ID (which may be displayed on your screen) and #
You Are Welcome Here!
With open arms, we welcome all people into our faith community as members or friends. Our welcome extends to all children of God including those of any gender, race, age, country of origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, ethnic heritage, ability or disability, educational status, marital status, military veteran status, immigrant status, economic status, health status, mental health status, cultural background, religious background, or any other human condition. We welcome people of all faiths and no faith as honored guests.
Feel free to be yourself here,
for you are loved.
Any of our leaders would be happy to meet with you to discuss our faith community and how we strive to follow the living Christ by being a community that does justice, loves kindness, and walks humbly with God, who abides within each of us and all of our neighbors.