Office hours:

Monday – Friday 9:00 – 3:30
Phone: 715-384-2484
Email contact:

Sunday Schedule

Worship Services
Sunday 9:30

Sunday School 9:45
Adult Forum 10:45


where all are welcomed and embraced in the inclusive Love of God

Lent Worship Highlights

When the days drew near for him to be taken up, he set his face to go to Jerusalem. –Luke 9:51
Join us on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings throughout Lent as we journey with Jesus to the cross and beyond, taking time to face our part in the gospel stories of risk, recovery, and redemption.

March 10: 1st Sunday in Lent Wilderness Journey Rev. Dr. Janet Wolfe,
Holy Communion Guest Preacher

Entering the Passion of Jesus: To Jerusalem and Beyond

March 17: 2nd Sunday in Lent – Jerusalem Bound: Save Us, Please!
Risking Reputation

March 24: 3rd Sunday in Lent – Temple Turmoil: What is He Doing?
Risking Righteous Anger

March 31: 4th Sunday in Lent  – Temple Teachings: Give, How Much?
Risking Challenge

April 7: 5th Sunday in Lent  – Table Troubles: What is She doing?
Risking Rejection
A Lenten Sermon Series based on Amy-Jill Levine’s book, Entering the Passion of Jesus. 

Lenten Supper Services – Food for Body and Soul

Wednesdays March 13, 20, 17, April 3, 10. 5:15-6:30 p.m.
Arrive when you can—Food will be available throughout.

Join us around the tables for a delicious home-cooked light supper, simple meditative songs led by our acoustic, multi-generational Taize Band, Lenten scriptures, Spiritual Message, prayer practices, responsive art projects, and relaxed table fellowship. Each week will offer a chance to explore the theme presented in worship on Jesus’ passion, symbolized with a different color. These supper services are multi-generational, multi-sensory, hands-on, hearts-engaged.


April14: Palm/Passion Sunday   
9:30 am, Entering the Passion: The Last Week

April 18: Maundy Thursday 
7:00 pm, Communion & Tenebrae, Service of Darkness

April 19: Good Friday     
Noon, Ecumenical Service, St. Paul’s United Church of Christ

7:00 am
Courtyard Sunrise Service (outdoors, weather permitting)
9:30 am Service with Choir & Communion
Fresh Raised Cinnamon Buns throughout the morning!

Mission Statement

First Presbyterian Church, Marshfield, Wisconsin seeks to welcome all to join us on our journey of faith, denying no one, based upon his or her particular human condition, participation in the life of the church. We want to be a safe place, a sanctuary where people are accepted, included, and cared for as they are. We will be agents of God’s transforming power, aligning ourselves with the Holy Spirit as we pray, worship, learn, share fellowship and serve together. By attending to the love of Jesus Christ in our midst, we discover a deepening faith that makes a difference in our lives. As a community based on God’s love, we strive to be of service to our neighbors and to the world.

Nuestra Mision
La primera Iglesia Presbiteriana de Marshfield, Wisconsin da la mas cordial bienvenida y les invita a unirnos en la fe, no negando a nadien la participacion en la Iglesia. Somos una Iglesia donde aceptamos a las personas sin cambiar su forma de ser. Seremos un pueblo a quien Dios con su Poder transformara por medio de la Oracion y su Espiritu Santo. En el Culto aprendemos, servimos y proclamamos el amor de Jesucristo. En nuestro medio compartimos con nuestros semejantes el mensaje de Salvacion proclamandolo a traves del armor de Dios en nuestras vidas. Orando unidos por todo el mundo.

Scriptures that Shape Our Ministry:

Matthew 25:31-46 – “Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are my members of my family, you did it to me.”

Mark 12:28-31 – “One of the scribes came near and heard them disputing with one another, and seeing that he answered them well, he asked him, ‘Which commandment is the first of all?’ Jesus answered, ‘the first is, “Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one; you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.”’ The second is this, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.”