First Presbyterian Church of Urbana, a Member Church of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. and More Light Presbyterians


Welcome to the First Presbyterian Church of Urbana! We believe that everyone who enters these doors is God’s guest. This is a safe place, to search for and find God, to ask questions along with others who know that the life of faith is not about having all the answers, and to open doors to paths that might be familiar and some that might be entirely new. Read more …


  • Hispanic/Latinx National Presbyterian Caucus ‘stands in strong solidarity’ with African American siblings
    May 30, 2020 The Hispanic/Latinx National Caucus of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) stands in strong solidarity with our African American siblings in the United States.
  • Stated Clerk remembers recent victims of racial violence
    J. Herbert Nelson, II calls for change May 29, 2020 Rick Jones & Randy Hobson | Office of the General Assembly LOUISVILLE The recent deaths of three African Americans have once again raised concern about racial injustice across the country, including the cities where the deaths occurred. The Reverend Dr. J. Herbert Nelson, II, Stated Clerk […]
  • Resources for such a time as this
    May 29, 2020 The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Law and order exists for the purpose of establishing justice and when they fail in this purpose, they become the dangerously structured dams that block the flow of social progress.” Is the current unrest around the country and particularly in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Louisville, […]
  • Responding to the trauma of gun violence
    May 29, 2020 The Rev. CeCe Armstrong had barely arrived in Charleston, South Carolina in June 2015, when a white supremacist opened fire on a Bible study class at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, killing nine people.

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Many thanks and blessings to our church staff and volunteers!

Wonderful message, beautiful music! Prayers for all!

blessings to all and special thank you to those who have made it possible for us to continue to worship together while apart

Welcome Mercy! From John Dimit. 🙂

Peace on this glorious day.

I love to hear our choir members sing!

Grace and peace ✌️

peace and grace to you all

Amen and Amen!!!

What happened to sound?


Watching from Malawi. To God be all the Glory. Amen and Amen

Great sermon!

@DarrylSilver and Susan love you guys!

Good morning from Nani!


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I ALWAYS forget lol! Now I have no excuse

No one wanted to be a red shirt on Star Trek! They were the first ones killed off!!

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“The scandal is that the Gospel means liberation, that this gospel comes to the poor, and that it gives them the strength and the courage to break the conditions of servitude... The message of liberation cannot appeal to those who profit from the imprisonment of others but only to slaves who strive against unauthorized power. The gospel of liberation is bad news to all oppressors, because they have defined their 'freedom' in terms of the slavery of others." — James Cone ... See MoreSee Less

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