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SUNDAYS @ PGFIRST

Classes at 9:00 a.m. and Worship at 10:00 a.m.

Upcoming events

  • Adult Sunday School Classes begin Sep. 5th

    Join us Sunday mornings at 9:00 AM for Sunday School! The Gospel Project will begin at the beginning in Genesis, taught by Kris Maxey in Room 100. The book of Jude, an inductive study, will be taught by Barney Hunt in Room 103. And the Ladies' Sunday School class will be taught by Judy Smith in Room 105. For more info, contact dowens@pgfirst.com.

  • Wednesday Nights Return on Sep. 15th

    Join us this fall for the return of Wednesday nights at PG First! There is something for everyone with NextGen Kids (birth-4th grade), Chi Alpha (MS, JH & HS), and adults will study The Doctrine of God and the Gospel of John (for women). We hope to see you there! For more info, contact dowens@pgfirst.com.

  • The Doctrine of God Class

    Join us Wednesdays this fall for a study on The Doctrine of God, taught by Pastor Derek. The class will meet in Room 100 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. from September 15th through December 8th, and will cover God's attributes and His triune nature. For more info, contact dereks@pgfirst.com.


  • NGK Wednesdays

    This year our school-aged kids will be studying the doctrine of the Word of God on their age level.  Preschool children will be doing The Gospel Project, which builds on the previous Sunday's lesson. We will serve them all a sack supper.  Bring your kids! We feed them! 

  • Believe: A Study of John (for Women)

    Ladies, join us this fall on Wednesday nights for a study on the Gospel of John. The study will cover both the content of the Gospel, as well as equip on how to study the Bible inductively. The class will meet from 6:00-7:30 in Room 103 and will be taught by Samantha Maxey and Lindsey Owens. For more info, contact lindseymae24@gmail.com.

  • Apologetics Conference: Faith, Science & Truth

    Join us Saturday, October 23rd from 10 AM - 3 PM for an Apologetics Conference, Faith, Science & Truth with Dr. Steven Batzer. Cost is $10 and includes lunch and materials. Register HERE by October 8th.