The new "Limelight" Hydrangea Trees planted out 

front today by Croppers Nursery

The Older Youth Group met October 4, 2020.  They shared their favorite thing of the week, studied some scripture, and decorated pumpkins to take to some members of the church. 

 Kate Zweigart organized the pumpkin decorating. Drew and Emily Wood crafted some delightful pumpkins.

First Presbyterian Church had a booth at the September 19th Pickers & Grinners event. They talked about Living Waters for the World, the charity with which we have worked to provide clean water. We will be talking about hand-washing and other ways clean water can be used for sanitation.

Church Picnic Photos from August 9, 2020

(Following Safety Guidelines) 

pictures provided by Peg Crum

Rotary Awards to Congregation Members

Missy Hendrickson and Dan Crum

Celebrating Betty Wood’s 90th Birthday
with her family, friends and fellow Presbyterians

that gathered on her front lawn Friday, July 17, 2020, at 7 pm. 

Jersey Ridge Road, Maysville, KY to sing happy birthday as she 

celebrated her 90th birthday


A socially distanced visit at Kenton Pointe with Jackie Zweigart.  
Good to see our friend with her smile. 

The members of the Spiritual Development Committee, who put together the VBS in a Bag.


Vacation Bible School in a Bag-Marti Insko, Kate Zweigart and Karen Wood have created a VBS to Go. It will be delivered to nine children and contains lessons and supporting materials for five days of fun and instruction. Thank you Marti, Kate and Karen for producing and delivering Vacation Bible School in a Bag!

July 5, 2020 there was in person worship service in the sanctuary

Celebrating the Lord’s Supper this Sunday. First Presbyterian Church celebrates the Lord's Supper every three months. This Sunday we celebrated in person and on-line.  

Worship service during Coronavirus Covid-19 Pandemic
The service was held in the chapel on Sunday morning via Facebook Live.

Thanks to everyone who made our annual ladies' Angel Tea such a success last weekend!    We love hosting the community in our fellowship hall, and appreciate the many hands who put together so many lovely events throughout the year!

A rainbow appears at the dedication of the water purification plant.

The water purification plant in Tikinmul. System installation underway. David Harnish, Alan Harnish, Doug Depies, Philip Lotspeich.






The Education Team got underway in Tikinmul this morning.


 Bill Reed, Phillip Yunker and Jennifer Smith




Our pastor, Jim Dougans, and several members of our congregation are on a mission trip to Yucatán, Mexico. They will be working with Living Waters for the World to bring clean water to a small village.

Here they are enjoying breakfast in Campeche before church in Tikinmul. Vaya con Dios!





The Presbyterian church in Tikimul, Campeche as the water team from First, Maysville, prepares for a LWW water installation next day.

Do you recognize the pastor?

Some photos of the new building going up that will house 

the water purification system, 

sent to our Mexico Mission Team by the head of the 

water committee at the church in Tikinmul.

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Presbyterian Peacemaker Lucy Awate Dabi and her toddler, Raphael visited our church this week. 


Presbyterian Mission Agency advocates for peace and justice in cultures of violence through collaborative projects of education and Christian witness.


Lucy is a social worker by profession and works with RECONCILE International, "the resource center for civil Leadership," in Yei, South Sudan. She shared her experience peacebuilding in a country that has been torn by civil war and political unrest.


Lucy and her colleagues do amazing work to build trust, "heal the sounds of trauma," and promote reconciliation among the many different tribes and ethnic groups living in their regions. 

                                                                  You can learn more or donate at pcusa.org/peace-global.







 The First Presbyterian was formed on June 14, 1817


 This picture was taken way after 1817.

Photos from our beautiful sanctuary.