Upcoming Events

*We are meeting in-person for worship and other activities but certain safety protocols remain in place.

Check with office or group leader if you think there may be changes.


Jan. 1st

OPEN HOUSE for Pastor Scott & Julie

Jan. 1st



Sundays, 10am

In-Person & Facebook Live


Jan. 6th & 7th


Food/Personal Needs Pantry

Jan. 13th & 27th

Call 517-646-6183
Call 2 days ahead

Congregational Meeting & Potluck

Jan. 15th

After worship

Knitting,Crocheting,etc.for Homeless

Every Monday

3:00 pm

Alcoholics Anonymous

Every Monday & Wednesday


Men's Dining Out

1st Wed of month

various restaurants


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    The First Presbyterian Church of Dimondale Michigan welcomes you to our website. We are dedicated to sharing the love of Christ through worship, music, mission work and fellowship. An invitation is open to any and all to join us in Christian ministry.

    Sunday Morning Worship services are held at 10:00 a.m., followed by Fellowship at 11:00 a.m. We provide Christian Education sessions, times vary by age group. See our Visitor Information page for driving directions and parking information.

    First Presbyterian Church is regularly reaching out with Community Connections...see specific events on left side of this page. We want to provide a place and space for community members to gather and get to know others. Please call the office if you are interested or have questions.

    Phone: 517.646.6183

    Mailing address: PO Box 357, Dimondale, MI 48821

    You can also reach us by e-mail at info@fpcdimondale.org

    First Presbyterian is appreciative for all those, members and friends, who give to our ministry. Those who feel called to give and assist us in our ministry, may use the following to give to our general fund and/or our building fund.

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    During this time of adapting, activities and events may be adjusted accordingly depending on Health Department regulations and church leadership decisions.

    We have diligently looked at information from Eaton County Health Department, the latest updates of our state and resources from the Presbytery of Lake Michigan, along with being in touch with our insurance agent. At this time, we realize, as well, that a variety of individuals have a variety of risk tolerance... there are some who appreciate and feel safer with restrictions while others feel that they are way too much. The reality is that we will never please everybody. Therefore, we attempt to provide opportunities, when safe, for people to meet within the church facility, using safety protocols as well as streaming our services live through Facebook.