Sunday Mornings at 10am
First Presbyterian Church of DuPage is a diverse Christian community that lives by Faith, is sustained by Hope, and shines the light of God’s Love into the world.
Worship with us at 10am every Sunday morning in person or on Facebook Live.
Worship at FPCD is a relaxed atmosphere where all are invited to come as we are. We love kids of all ages at FPCD with all of their squeaks and giggles, and we also have a Nursery Room in the back of the Sanctuary where families can see and hear the service together.
Worship News Blog
- Blue ChristmasElvis Presley famously recorded “Blue Christmas,” a song about feeling blue–feeling sorrow–during the Christmas Season because of a lost love. Whether we are without a loved one because of death or physical distance or estrangement, the holidays can be both a time of joy and sorrow. This year at First Presbyterian Church of DuPage, we […]
- Celebrate Advent and Christmas at FPCDLearn about all of our services and activities here at FPCD during the holiday season.
- Guest Preacher Sunday, May 21We are excited to be welcoming Rev. Achowah Umenei, who is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, to the FPCD pulpit. Read his biography within.
Worship Music at FPCD
The Scriptures remind us to “make a joyful noise to the Lord!” At First Presbyterian Church of DuPage, we love and appreciate all singers, all instrumentalists, and all styles of worship. You are invited to share your musical gifts. To get involved, see Music Director Anne Carlson or Pastor KJ Norris or email us at email@example.com.
New Music Offerings
At FPCD, we recognize that our loving God is faithful to all people through out all times so we strive to worship using a wide range of music from many different time periods and nations. If you want to become familiar with some of our newer musical offerings, see FPCD’s YouTube Playlist. Click the playlist icon in the top right corner to choose a song.
Easter Season & Holy Week 2023
During the Season of Easter, we sang some favorite songs including some that were a little new to our worshiping community. Clink the YouTube link below to hear the worship music.