Welcome to

First Presbyterian Church of Kannapolis

The mission of First Presbyterian Church Kannapolis is to know Christ, serve Him and make Him known.

We warmly welcome you to join us on Sunday mornings!
We begin with Sunday School for all ages at 10:00 a.m.
Worship follows at 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary or on YouTube.

Ongoing!

Wednesdays in the Word!

Join us for food, fellowship, and Bible study as we “dig deeper” into God’s word!

5:45pm – Fellowship Meal (Donation Basis)

6:00pm – PraiseMakers Kids’ Choir Rehearsal

6:30pm – Small Group Bible Study on The Gospel of John
– Explorers (preK-K):
“Hearing Bible Stories”
– Seekers (1st – 4th):
“The Case for Christ for Kids”
– Navigators (5th – 8th):
“The Case for Christ for Kids”
– Voyagers (9th – 12th):
“The Case for Christ” Student Edition

OCC Shoebox Collection

Christmas has already begun with our Operation Christmas Child Shoebox collection!

Needed now:

LOTS of #2 pencils

261 composition notebooks

160 pairs kid-safe scissors

310 glue sticks

 

Something for Everyone
We are committed to the growth of the Kingdom of God in the world. In all that we do and all that we say, we desire to glorify our Lord and our God.

Growing Together

First Presbyterian Church of Kannapolis offers opportunities for young and old to better know Christ and grow in their faith.  From Sunday School to mid-week meetings to Bible Studies, and Small Groups, there is room for everyone to nurture their walk with Jesus.

 

Connecting Together

Fellowship with fellow Christians and nurturing relationships is a priority for First Presbyterian Church of Kannapolis. Whether through Fellowship Meals, special outings, or Men’s and Women’s Fellowship, all are encouraged to strengthen their covenantal ties within the Church body.

Serving Together

A mission-minded body committed to spreading the gospel in our community, state, nation, and world, service is an essential part of First Presbyterian’s desire to make Christ known.  Activities are available year-round for all ages to get involved.

Introduction to Romans

An Extraordinary Legacy: In his introduction to Romans, Eugene Peterson, with an inimitable eloquence, captures the impact of the letter to the Romans. Peterson writes, “The event that split history into “before” and “after” and changed the world...

Thought on Judges 1-3:6

In our 2022 Bible Reading plan, I have us reading only Judges chapters 1-3:6. The purpose of this reading is so we are able to follow the plotline of the OT narrative. The book of Judges covers the time (100’s of years) between the conquest of...

Introduction to I Samuel

Title, Date, and Author: I and II Samuel are named after the person God used to establish a monarchy in Israel. Samuel not only anointed both Saul and David, Israel’s first two kings, but he also gave definition to the new order of God’s rule over...

Thoughts on Joshua 13-21

Thoughts on Joshua 13-21 (Adapted from Gospel Coalition) What do we learn from the many chapters of Joshua devoted to the dividing up of the land? Below are a few thoughts. Focusing on the division of the land, these chapters implicitly focus on...

Introduction to the Book of Joshua

(When I conceived the 2022 Bible reading plan, I miscalculated the date for Easter, thinking it was April 10th and not 17th. The plan intended to follow the end of the Gospel of Matthew with the reading of the OT book of Joshua. Obviously, I was...

Introduction of the Gospel of Matthew

Introduction of the Gospel of Matthew Author and Date of the Gospel of Matthew The Gospel of Matthew is anonymous but probably written by Matthew, also called Levi, who was a former tax collector transformed into an apostle by his encounter and...

Introduction to the book of Numbers

Author and Name The human authorship of Numbers, the fourth book of the Pentateuch, has traditionally been ascribed to Moses. This conclusion is based on statements concerning Moses’ writing activity and the assumption that the first five books of...

Connecting Bible Reading and Prayer

The two primary spiritual disciplines for spiritual growth are Bible reading and prayer. Many Christians practice these disciplines but separate them. We read the Bible, put the reading away, and then pray. Of course, there is nothing wrong with...

Introduction to NT book of Colossians

We briefly interrupt the storyline of the OT narrative with a refreshing reminder of the One who is at the heart of God’s story. The NT book of Colossians reveals that Jesus Christ, who is the fulfillment of the Scriptures, our glorious Savior is...

Devotion on Exodus 40 (from the Gospel Coalition)

The closing lines of Exodus 40 tie together several important themes already introduced and anticipates several others. Here the construction of the tabernacle is complete, along with the vestments and accoutrements for priestly service. “Then the...

Growing Together

From Sunday School to Wednesday Night Life to Bible Studies and Small Groups, there is room for everyone to nurture their walk with Jesus and grow in their faith.

Connecting Together

Whether through Fellowship Meals, special outings, or Men’s and Women’s Groups, all ages are encouraged to strengthen their covenantal ties within the Church Body.

Serving Together

A mission-minded body committed to spreading the gospel in our community, state, nation, and world, service is an essential part of First Presbyterian’s desire to make Christ known.

Growing Together
First Presbyterian Church of Kannapolis offers opportunities for young and old to better know Christ and grow in their faith. From Sunday School to Wednesday Night Life to Bible Studies and Small Groups, there is room for everyone to nurture their walk with Jesus.
Fellowship with fellow Christians and nurturing relationships is a priority for First Presbyterian Church of Kannapolis. Whether through Fellowship Meals, special outings, or Men’s and Women’s Fellowship Groups, all are encouraged to strengthen their covenantal ties within the Church body.
 
Connecting Together
 
Serving Together
A mission-minded body committed to spreading the gospel in our community, state, nation and world, service is an essential part of First Presbyterian’s desire to make Christ known. Activities are available year-round for all ages to get involved.

Get In Touch

We would love to hear
from you.
201 Vance Street
Kannapolis, North Carolina 28081
(704) 938-4623
Monday – Thursday
10:00a.m. – 2:00p.m.