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Go to Others! – Missions & Ministry in Community & World




Flo Batten, 252.291.0554
As part of Children’s Hunger Elimination of Wilson (CHEW), a community wide effort to provide weekend food kits to kids who go hungry over the weekends (because their primary nutrition comes from school breakfasts and lunches), FPC purchases, packs, delivers kits for chronically hungry students at Vick Elementary.


Habitat for Humanity  

Ray Flowers, 252.291.0816, construction volunteer
David Barnes, 252.234.0009, store volunteer
Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. Volunteers can help build houses or can work in Habitat’s Restore as a cashier, sorter, or in customer support.


Hope Station

Linda Walling, 252.291.7278,
Hope Station operates a food pantry and homeless shelter for men in downtown Wilson, as well as offering financial assistance and counseling.  Hope Station accepts donations of food, toys, furniture, and appliances.


Home Delivered Meals      

Brenda Enders, 252.237.7623,
This nationwide program claims its local site at FPC and is one of the daily ministries of FPC volunteers and many others to our community.


Saturday Meals           

Melanie Mauze, 252.315.1707,
Area churches keep a list of folks who benefit from receiving a weekend meal.  FPC prepares and delivers these meals the third Saturday of the month.


Soup Kitchen                      

A lunch time, weekday soup kitchen is  located at 307 North Railroad Street.  Volunteers can join a monthly cooking team or a weekday serving team.  Sunday breakfasts are also served out of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church carriage house.



Haiti Mission                     

Claire Colcord, 252,243.3115,
In 2011, 2012 and 2014 FPC sent a delegation of volunteers to lend a hand in Haiti.  Future trips are planned for the fall of 2016 and summer of 2017.

Presbyterian Disaster Relief   

Tom Watkins, 252.243.3115,
Tragically there are times in life when communities are affected by natural disasters – floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes.  In such times, Presbyterians have always sought to be responsive and supportive to neighbors near and far.  First Presbyterian provides special opportunities for giving in such times, but also organizes work teams to be sent to serve.  Men and women of a variety of skill levels are always needed and welcomed.

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Our Worship Schedule

Sunday Early Light: 8:45 am

Sunday School: 9:45 am

Sunday Service:11:00 am

Weekday Services

Wednesday Night: 6:00pm

414 Sunset Road
Wilson, NC 27893
(252) 243-3115