• Family Promise

    October 17-23

    Sign Up Board  is in the foyer.

    Please prayerfully consider  finding a spot to serve in this much needed ministry!

  • The old cliche is true that it takes an entire village to raise a child.
    Before you turn your head and declare that this hurting and broken generation is not your problem, I ask you to reconsider. Many times we turn our head because we lack understanding or confidence that we could ever contribute and actually make a change.
    I would like to issue a SCHOOL ZONE CHALLENGE, with school starting back our students need our love support and prayer more than ever. Will you commit with myself and others to always pray when driving by a school zone. We all pass them every single day, usually discouraged or antsy that we have to slow down, and it only takes a moment of your time. It’s that simple.

  • Our teens stayed at the church from Wednesday-Sunday!  They had the honor of cooking dinner for 23 homeless neighbors.  We were able to serve, prayer, and share with people often forgotten in our community.  It was a great honor, and something we hope we have the privilege of doing it again soon.We also served with West Texas Gifts of Hope, at Hope House.  We packed gift bags for patients attending their first chemo class.  It was a humbling for me to get to pray for the families whose battles are just beginning, as the teens packed bags.  It was an amazing week!

  • Wednesday Wanderings – Church Dinner

    Join us each Wednesday from 5-6:30pm for dinner and fellowship.

    $5 per plate or $12 per family – First meal is on us!

    March 3 – Pancake Dinner

    March 13 – Spring Break – No Dinner

    March 20 – Beef Tips with Brown Gravy, Rice, Green Beans, Salad, Rolls, Dessert

    March 27 – Hamburgers, Hot DOgs, Fench Fries, Salad and Dessert



  • 2018-2019 Prayer Partners

    We are excited to once again be prayer partners with Barbara Jordan Elementary.  Please be in prayer for these students, parents, and faculty during the upcoming school year.

  • H.O.T.

    OUR PW’s are hosting a magazine drive for
    H.O.T. (Honor Our Troops).
    Please consider donating your Readers Digests, People Magazines, and any magazines regarding Guns, Ammo, Cars, or Sports. Also, paperback pocket novels are greatly appreciated.
    We look forward to seeing
    FPC support our troops
    through this great ministry!

  • 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.

  • Canned Food Sunday

    Catholic Charities Food Pantry is out of commission due to repairs from this summer’s hail storm.  Our food donations have been taken to Westminster Presbyterian to assist with the community wide food pantry they host on the last Saturday of every month.  To assist our sister church’s mission, we will be collecting Spam and Ranch Style Beans this month.  The shopping cart is located in the Prayer Room, and donations can be made any time during the month. 

    Thank you for being His hands and feet. 


  • 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.