To all who are weary and need rest, to all who mourn and need
comfort, to all who are lonely and need friendship,
to all who are glad and would serve their neighbors,
to all who are complacent and need disturbing,
to all who sin and need a Savior, this church opens wide
its doors in the name of Christ, and bids you welcome!
We are located in historic Beaufort, South Carolina at the corner
of North and Church Streets.
Bert LaGrone is our Servant of the Heart. CLICK HERE to read his profile.
Please CLICK HERE to read and download our 2015 Lenten Calendar (opens new window).
SOMETIMES A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS. While some photos are posted on First Pres’s website, many more reside on FPC’s Shutterfly site. Many church members aren’t yet members of Shutterfly, missing out on a no-cost, easy way to store, view, and share pictures and videos with family and friends.
CLICK HERE TO GET FULL INSTRUCTIONS ON ACCESSING THE FPC BEAUFORT SHUTTERFLY SITE.
In response to God’s call to love and care for His creation, First Presbyterian Church of Beaufort formed an Environmental Stewardship Committee earlier this year. Our goal is to purposefully strive to become better stewards of God’s entrusted creation. We ask all members to join us in joyfully committing to preserve Earth’s beauty so that generations to come may enjoy the abundant gifts of our environment.
Did you know that Beaufort County hosts occasional Special Collection Events to manage special materials such as household hazardous waste, medications, shredding, and electronics? CLICK HERE to read more about upcoming collection dates and learn more! (opens a new window)
Saturday, Feb. 28 from 3-5 pm.: Annual FPC Oyster Roast (see announcements above)
Friday, March 6, 2015: The Presbyterian Women Mission Workday in the Fellowship Hall. ALL Presbyterian women and friends are invited and urged to participate in this very meaningful and rewarding way to contribute to the much-needed and appreciated mission efforts of our Presbyterian Women. YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE ABLE TO SEW, KNIT OR CROCHET (although any of these talents would be a plus!). If you can pin, iron, cut, fold, contribute financially towards the purchase of material, chat and offer moral support, YOU ARE NEEDED.
If you have questions or you are unable to be there but would like to help in some way please contact Missions Coordinator, Donna Sheetz, at 379-9646 or firstname.lastname@example.org.