WELCOMING YOU HOME
First Presbyterian Church of San Rafael
Who We Are - A vibrant and inclusive community grounded in celebration, service,
and spiritual growth.
Our Values, Mission and Vision
• A place to belong where all are welcome - in person and online
• Extending God’s love to our community and beyond
• Offering ministries of care and compassion
• A progressive gathering space for lifelong learners
• Encouraging contemplative practices such as Centering Prayer
• A center for the arts and a place for young musicians
• Committed to social justice and caring for the earth
• Our inspirations include our Presbyterian heritage, Celtic Christian
spirituality & the wisdom of other faith traditions
Sunday Morning Worship Services
8:30 am – Contemplative Celtic service in the chapel
10:00 am – Worship service in the sanctuary (livestreamed)
Live Streaming on YouTube
10:00 am Sunday services are livestreamed on YouTube.
Click on link at 9:55 am to watch live service. Click here for Live Stream
If you log on too early and do not see the live stream from the sanctuary,
close/exit and then click on link again.
Church YouTube Channel - Go to church YouTube page to view recent videos.
Thursday Enews – Faith in Action – Announcements, Spirituality Offerings,
Worship services, social justice projects, volunteer opportunities.
Sunday Enews – Sunday worship service readings, music and sermon.
Click here to sign up for Enews
Recent Enews Online Worship Bulletins
Click here for Worship Experience - Feb 18, 2024
Click here for Worship Experience - Feb 11, 2024
Click here for Worship Experience - Feb 4, 2024
Current Adult Ed, Community Service Opportunities, and Faith in Action
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
Founded in 1869, First Presbyterian Church is centrally located at 5th and E in downtown San Rafael in Marin County. Since the early 1890’s, FPCSR has been active in social justice issues such as integration and advocacy for our immigrant populations, affordable housing and homelessness; we are a founding member of the REST emergency shelter. In recent years, we have launched service programs for disadvantaged children and youth.
We encourage people to engage in spiritual formation for it is in receiving the creative love of God that we are empowered to share that love with others. We come together as a community of faith in worship on Sundays, and many of us meditate during the week.