At First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem (FPCB) our goal is to draw people into a more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ and to equip them to Know God, Love People, and Serve the World. We understand that each person has a very personal relationship with God and connects with God in different ways.  We seek to serve these differing worship voices by offering distinct worship experiences all with the same message. Whether you prefer classic or modern, you will find a place at one of FPCB’s four weekend services to encounter God in a way that is comfortable and familiar, passionate and reverent.


SUNDAYS AT 8:45 A.M. | Chapel
You are invited to attend our beautiful and meaningful weekly communion service in the Chapel, Sundays from 8:45 to 9:15 a.m. This service features hymns, prayer, a short sermon, and communion.  Click here to learn more about the Chapel Service. 

SUNDAY 10:00 A.M. | Sanctuary  
This classic, liturgical service honors the richness and beauty of our heritage, centers around a Biblical message, and features the Chancel Choir and pipe organ. Click here to learn more about the Sanctuary Service.  

SATURDAY 6 P.M. AND SUNDAY 9 & 11 A.M. | Kirk Center  
Modern worship service features a contemporary music set, ancient liturgy, prayer and confession, inspiring imagery, and thought-provoking Biblical teaching.  Click here to learn more about the Kirk Center Services.  

Special services at FPCB

Communion is served once a month at the services in the Sanctuary and the Kirk Center and weekly in the service in the Chapel.  

We offer special worship services for World Communion, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.  Twice a year–in December and again in May–we offer two Services of Remembrance for families who have recently lost loved ones.


MUSIc & Worship Arts

Music is at the heart of the worship experience that, together with the Word, provides a genuine opportunity to encounter the holy. At every service, you will see that FPCB is a strong local church with deep roots in liturgy and authentic worship.  Click here to learn more about Music and Worship Arts at FPCB.