What to Expect

Our congregation is warm and friendly, and we welcome visitors to our worship service.  While people will greet you before and after the service, no one will single you out in worship or make you stand. We don’t like to embarrass our guests!

What to wear

Dress comfortably for worship. Most people dress up just a little, but you’ll also see suits, jeans, and shorts.


We believe that all people should be able to participate fully in worship and in church life regardless of their physical, developmental, or cognitive abilities.


Do you have questions? you can either contact us directly or click the learn more link to read a few of the most common question visitors have.


We’re located at 6201 Osgood Ave N in Stillwater, 55082. From Highway 36, Turn North onto Osgood Avenue (at Walgreens), and we’re one block on the right.

contact us

First Presbyterian Church
6201 Osgood Avenue
Stillwater, MN 55082


How do I join?

We hold membership classes a few times each year.  If you decide to join, the Church Council (or Session) will meet with you briefly to learn about you.  Then you will be welcomed into the congregation in a worship service.  Please contact the Pastor or the church office if you are interested in joining.

Bridge Stillwater, Minnesota

Care & Support

Caring for Each Other

Deacons: Our deacons provide pastoral care for our church community and visit members who are sick or unable to come to worship. They are able to coordinate meals, transportation, and other assistance for members in need. Chosen for their compassion and service, our deacons undertake the sacramental task of preparing the Lord’s Supper for worship and bringing communion to members who cannot attend (“extending the table”).

Care Groups: Our Deacons are broken up into five care groups to better serve church members.

Prayer List: The Presbyterian Women maintain an active prayer ministry. To have a prayer added to the prayer list, please call Betty Roemich or Jane Boss.

Prayer Shawls: Volunteers knit prayer shawls that are given by Deacons or the Parish Nurse to members in need of healing or comfort.

Peace Garden: On the northeast corner of our church campus, we have a Peace Garden and Labyrinth.