First Church of God
2401 Jefferson Avenue
Point Pleasant, WV 25550
A Few Words About Us
It's our pleasure that you have stopped by to check out our church page. There is so much going on that it's difficult to try to fit it all in in just a few pages. But here's a brief rundown. We are a family that comes together each week to worship our risen savior, Jesus Christ! We laugh together...we cry together...we grow together...and we worship the Lord together and we would love for you to be a part of our church family. We are a church that loves one another and puts others needs before our own.
We have an absolutely tremendous kids and youth program! We have a dedicated team that does more than just teach the kids...they invest themselves into the lives of each child.
Sunday morning and Sunday evenings you will hear messages from our pastor that both encourages and challenges us, with messages that are relative to the culture that we live in. Wednesday night worship offers something a little different. Not a Bible study, not a sermon, but more of a discussion style format where we take a detailed look at our walk with God and dig into God's Word to see what He has to say to us. We always come away refreshed and challenged.
Again, thanks for stopping by. Below, you will see when our services begin. If you are looking for a church home and family, it is our prayer that you will find what you need here. God bless you and may we be found ever faithful serving Him!
Senior Pastor, Bob Patterson, with his family: Adria, Isabella and Kamron
Youth Pastor, Mat Brown, with his family: Jennifer, Mati and Kenzie
The Church of God (Anderson, Indiana) is a global movement of people seeking to fulfill God’s mission in the world. We’re committed to studying the Word of God and faithfully living it out. We’re committed to the mission that Jesus Christ gave every believer: to make disciples of all nations (Matt 28:18–20).
You will find a great diversity of convictions and practices within the Church of God. We share a common story of faith, growing together into the fullness of Christ (Ephesians 4:13). We worship and serve as citizens of God’s kingdom. We celebrate our life in Christ and accept our call to be the body of Christ in our world—all to the glory of God.