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Providing opportunities for people to develop relationships, grow friendships, and strengthen one another in life and faith as we participate in our favorite sports, hobbies and other forms of recreation and athletics. First Presbyterian’s Recreation Ministry strives to be a family affair. It is with this in mind that we hope everyone in your family will find opportunity for activity and fellowship. It is our purpose to provide a program for youth and adults that will attract people from the surrounding community and provide them with a warm and welcome introduction to the church, encourage church members and attendees to reach out to friends, family, and neighbors by inviting them to participate, and create an environment that is conducive to building relationships, discipleship, and fellowship.



Beginners Tennis Clinic

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Summer Sports

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Fitness Walking

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Low-impact exercise class for all ages and fitness levels. The hour-long workout involves cardio, weight training, and stretching – a total exercise class!
9-10am, FLC
Contact: Carolyn Taylor

Men's Basketball: Open game for men is held weekly in the Family Life Center. 
We gather for devotion will be given at halftime.
Tuesdays 6:00 p.m. | 35+ 
Thursdays 5:30 p.m. | 18+ 

Core Strength & Flexibility

A Christ-centered exercise class that incorporates faith with building core strength and flexibility. A scripture verse will be shared at each class. This class will provide an opportunity for participants to improve balance, posture, digestion, sleep quality, and reduce stress and anxiety. It is open to men and women of all ages and fitness levels.
Every other Thursday
6:30pm The Bridge Basement
$5.00 / class
Contact: Linsey Hydrick


We host two adult golf tournaments a year for men and women. One in the fall and a second in the spring. In April a golf clinic is offered for 6 years-old and up to introduce golf skills. 

Special Needs

We host at least two annual events to engage in sports with our Friendship Club. The Special Needs March Madness is held annually in the Spring and includes a variety of activates our friends can engage in, lunch, and a devotional time. The Special Needs Basketball Bonanza in held in the Fall and includes basketball skill instruction and short games. 


Jimmy Easterby Jimmy Easterby
Director of Sports Ministry
Ext., 255