First Presbyterian Church is dedicated to mission and outreach and works to identify and address needs on a congregational, local, national, and global level. You will find the congregation eager to help in many ways either by volunteering, donating, visiting, or preparing a meal.
House of Neighborly Service
The House of Neighborly Service is a non-profit organization founded to assist individuals in the Loveland and Berthoud area become self-sustaining through emergency services. For 27 years, First Presbyterian Church hosted their Berthoud food pantry, until they moved in October of 2017 in order to form their new Berthoud Life Center.
The House of Neighborly Service is now open in the Outpost Building of Grace Place Church (375 Meadowlark Drive) from 9:00 to 2:00 on Tuesdays. For more information about HNS, please visit their website at http://www.honservice.org/
For more information, call 970-532-0161.
Board of Deacons
First Presbyterian’s Board of Deacons is a pivotal ministry that works to share the light and love of Christ through caring ministries such as visiting home-bound and hospitalized members and giving both time and financial resources to those in need. The Deacons also facilitate ministry to veterans through a local ministry called The Warrior's Path.
The Outreach Foundation
The Outreach Foundation connects Presbyterian congregations in the United States with international mission partners in places like Brazil, China, Mexico, and the Middle East.
Presbyterian World Mission
Presbyterian World Mission is the world mission agency of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Our support of Presbyterian World Mission contributes to the ministries of mission co-workers such as Michael and Rachel Ludwig and Shelvis and Nancy Smith-Mather.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is the emergency and refugee support service of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Grateful for their support in our region following the floods of 2013, we support their disaster relief work in other parts of the country and world.
Dale and Mary Ann Louis
Two of our members, Dr. Dale and Mary Ann Louis, help with several medical missions across the globe every year to provide dental care in many countries around the world. Both our church and our Presbytery help support their missions both with prayer and financial support for the regions they visit. To read their reports from the mission trips, please read the Parish Sounds, our church newsletter.
Our church also supports and participates in the following missions. Please visit their websites to learn more about the ways they are serving our community and world.
A faith-based organization supporting victims of human trafficking.
Mountain States Children's Home
Highlands Camp and Retreat Center
Food Bank For Larimer County