There will be an All Church Work Day on April 2. Please plan to lend a hand and help get some of the projects at the church completed.

  • Easter Egg Hunt

    First Presbyterian will host their annual Easter Egg Hunt at 9:00 am on Easter Sunday at the church.

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  • Presbyterian Women Monthly Circle Meetings

    On April 14 the Morning Circle will meet in the Fellowship Hall at 10:00 and the Evening Circle will be at 7:00.

    The new Horizons Bible Study is entitled, “Come to the Waters.”
    The rich imagery of water throughout the Bible helps us understand and articulate our faith.
    Just as water nourishes our bodies, so the scriptures on water nourish our souls.
    Please plan to join us for this study.

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  • Men’s Bible Study

    Men’s Bible Study – Monday evenings @ 6:30 @ Johnny’s BBQ.



  • Van Fund

    A Capital Campaign fund has been set up to raise money to replace our 1996 Ford van. Our present van has developed several mechanical issues which could potentially be very expensive to repair. We are looking at $30,000-$35,000 dollars to purchase a van. We have already raised $16,105.00. Pray for this project!

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  • Free Family Counseling Available at FPC

    Provided at no cost, Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services (PCHAS) serves families in need of emotional support, single parents feeling overwhelmed, grandparents raising grandchildren, families struggling with child’s difficult behavior, and parents who are at the end of their rope.

    Contact Rebecca O’Rear at 432*684*3737 or rebecca.orear@pchas.org for more information.

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  • The Little Clay Pot

    The latest children’s  book by Rev. Cheryl has arrived. If you are interested in purchasing one, they will be available in the church office for $10.00.  

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  • Prayer Meeting

    Rev. Cheryl will be hosting a prayer meeting every Wednesday beginning at 6pm in the Holy Grounds Coffee Bar.

  • Our next Canned Food Sunday will be February 21. We, as a community, have been watching the oilfield slow down immensely over the last year or so. With the loss of thousands of jobs, many families that depend on the oilfield for their livelihood have been devastated. The lines at our local food pantries are growing longer every day. We would like to call on and empower all the saints at FPC to minister to the hurting people in the city we call home, by meeting their needs in the name of Christ. Please join us by bringing non-perishable food for our next Canned Food Sunday on February 21st. Help us show our town who Our King is, and that He is near to them and cares about their needs. Let’s be the Hands and Feet of Our King!


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  • Welcome!

    Welcome to The First Presbyterian Church of Odessa. We are a Christ-centered church that takes seriously our mission: “to build a community of followers of Jesus Christ who love and serve all.” We welcome everyone to our church family as we offer the Lord’s mercy and grace to our members as well as to our community.