First Presbyterian Church of Santa Rosa

    The Story

    Love God and love your neighbor. Jesus made it sound simple, but we know it’s not. So each day we learn what this means through celebrations, how we choose to grow, express care, and serve our community and beyond. The story of our church is a story of ever-deepening relationships.

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    Better Together

    Better Together

    Peanut Butter and Jelly, Milk and Cookies, Coffee and Doughnuts… Just like us, there are some things in life that just go better together. People are meant to be in community; each one of us desires to know we belong, to have a place where we feel valued and cared about. We also long to be a part of something bigger – to make a difference in the lives of others, an impact on this world. Many of us search for this place of belonging in our homes, our jobs, and our social groups only to be left still unsatisfied.

    Where do we go from here? Join us as we explore the Book of Ephesians and discover that through the reconciling work of Jesus we share a new identity, a new outlook, and a new way of relating to one another. Come discover the best way to live as we grow in our faith together – so we can make a difference in our community and around the world.

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    Vacation Bible School 2018



    Get Your Gear On

    This year’s theme is “Amped – Live Fully Alive.” During this week, we will learn what it means to live fully alive in Jesus because we can believe what He says. Kids will leave the week knowing God is with them, God has a plan for them, Jesus is alive, and they are part of a bigger story!

    Online registration for VBS begins April 8 and is open to children entering kindergarten–sixth grade in Fall 2018.

    Find out how to register ➜



    We Care

    Before and After the Fire

    The week of October 8, 2017, the face of Sonoma County changed forever. Monster winds stoked a series of deadly wildfires that roared into Santa Rosa and the Sonoma Valley, surprising sleeping residents and wiping out whole neighborhood. By the time the devastating blazes were contained nearly three weeks later, they had charred more than 114,000 acres, destroyed 5,300 homes and killed 23 people, becoming the worst wildfires in state history.

    Learn how we plan to be here for our community and for each other in response to this disaster ➜



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