Mission Statement

 

As united believers we aspire to be faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.  We are a Welcoming and Caring congregation, Encouraging all to accept Jesus Christ.  We celebrate our relationship with God through Fellowship, Study of God’s Word, and Joyous Worship.  To show God’s love, we support each other, share our spiritual gifts, and reach out to our community and the world.  In our Hearts and through our Actions, We proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior

 

Faith Line – 444-5999

A Voice of Inspiration available 24 hours 

Church addresses

100 North Franklin St., Danville, IL 61832

E-mail:  fpc-1@sbcglobal.net

Rev. Dr. Jimmy Hopper: revjim_fpc@sbcglobal.net

Phone Number

217-442-0541

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Group Work Camps

July 6–11,

 2014

Danville Illinois

 

The Work Camp is completed.  250+ youth and adults provided services for 45 qualifying Vermilion County residences.
 
Pictures will soon be posted under the media tab.
 
Please continue to pray for the organization
as they move on to the next work
site in Red Lake, Minnesota.

 

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If the Lord leads you to help financially with the camp coming to Danville in July, you may do so by choosing it from the drop down donation menu on this page

 

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FPC Danville Co-Church Stewardship award

FPC Danville Co-Church Stewardship award

2014 National Ministry Award

     The Presbyterian Health Education and Welfare Association (PHEWA) is pleased to announce that the following ministry awards will be presented at the 221st General Assembly in Detroit, Michigan, on June 19, 2014.  PHEWA’s Presbyterian AIDS Network (PAN) will honor the Rev. John Schmidt and Central Presbyterian Church of Towson, Maryland, with The Faith in Action Award for their demonstration of God’s unconditional love for all people, in striving to break down the walls of stigma and discrimination around HIV and AIDS.  Our Presbyterian Serious Mental Illness Network (PSMIN) awards its Florence Iversen Kraft Award to the Rev. Dr. Jimmy Hopper and the First Presbyterian Church of Danville, Illinois, celebrating their outstanding leadership in ministry with those living with serious mental illness and with their families.