We are a Serving Church
Join us in bringing Jesus’ message of love and salvation to our community and the world.
We support the following ministries as well as others in Cherryville and surrounding areas.
Cherryville Area Ministries
Habitat for Humanity
Shelter of Gaston County
Cub Scouts Pack II – meets each Monday at 6:30 PM, ages 7-10
Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon
Presbyterian Samaritan Counseling Center
Presbyterian Children’s Home
Our Backpack Ministry provides food over the weekend to students in need during the school year. Placing food in a backpack is a stigma-free way for students to take food home on Fridays to help feed their family.
C.A.R.E – Christians Activity Reaching Everyone
C.A.R.E. is an organized and structured ministry that everyone can be a part of,
and it only requires a commitment of one hour per month.
The C.A.R.E. Day Ministry is primarily for the visitation of our shut-ins.
The Hospital-Bound C.A.R.E Ministry is primarily for the visitation of our members in the hospital.
The C.A.R.E. Night teams send birthday and anniversary cards, and pray for the prayer requests of the congregation. The night teams meet during Wonderful Wednesdays at 7:00 PM
To join a C.A.R.E. team, please contact the church office.
First Presbyterian Church extends its love and compassion beyond the boundaries of the Cherryville city limits.
Many organizations and programs are supported on a state, national and international level. These programs are supported through the Western North Carolina Presbytery, The Synod of the Mid-Atlantic, and the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A.
The membership of First Presbyterian is active in its support of mission programs as it realizes the need to extend Christian sympathy and compassion to all regions of the world.
Programs We Support
“2 Cents-A-Meal” program
Presbyterian Hunger Programs
Guatemalan Church Partnership
Youth Mission Trips
Support of Dr. Barbara Nagy – Malawi, Africa
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
“Souper Bowl of Giving” and more…
‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’