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Twitter: First Presbyterian Church on Twitter - Follow us on Twitter for quick updates on events and services.
YouTube: First Presbyterian Church on YouTube - Subscribe to our channel to see sermons, Weekday School events, and more.
First Presbyterian Church Member Information - Access your member information here.
First Presbyterian Church Blog - Follow different church mission trips, choir trips, and IHN events on FPC's blog.
First Presbyterian Church Pictures by Rick Simpson - Check out pictures of different church events.
Bethlehem Ministry - One of our affiliated programs, Bethlehem ministries has been raising money for education in Haiti since 1993.
Interfaith Hospitality Network of Athens - IHN is a joint effort of Athens area churches to provide immediate shelter and assistance to homeless families with children. Families are housed in churches on a rotating basis, a week at a time, with each church hosting about four times a year.Click here to see a blog documenting FPC's host weeks.
Desert Ministries - Desert Ministries is a gathering of ministers and people of faith that use personal experience and insights from the Bible to guide others through difficult journeys such as grief, illness, divorce, alcoholism, Alzheimer's disease, and cancer.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) - Our denomination's official website. Here you will find everything you need about the Presbyterian church, its mission, its educational programs, and its outreach programs.
Northeast Georgia Presbytery - Our church's regional presbytery, consisting of fifty-eight churches located in northeast Georgia.
Presbyterian Large Church Conference - Dr. W. Glenn Doak, senior pastor at First Presbyterian Church, Athens, directs this conference aimed at the leaders of large churches.
Montreat Conference Center - Nearest retreat and conference center of the Presbyterian Church, used by First Presbyterian Church of Athens and located near Asheville, North Carolina.