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Welcome to My First Pres! Using this website, you can make contributions online, view past giving, register for events and keep your personal and family information current.

If you are a new user, click the Register link and fill out the registration information. By the end of the next business day, you will receive an e-mail with your login number and password. Once received, you will be able to log into My First Pres and access your statements, register for events and review your personal and family information.

If you are a returning user, or have already been given a password, simply enter your e-mail address and password to log in.  

What is "My First Pres?"
My First Pres is a new website that allows you to change your contact information, contact other church attendees, make contributions online, view past giving, and register for events. By keeping your contact information up-to-date, it will be easier to stay informed.

Getting involved at First Presbyterian Church just got easier using My First Pres. When you log on, you can view events currently accepting registrants and sign up you and your whole family. You can also pay for the event as you sign up.

If you wish, you can even publish your contact information to help other church attendees know who you are and how to contact you. You are not required to make your information public. Information will not be visible on the site unless you make it public.

My First Pres also makes giving to the church easy and reliable. You can make a one-time gift using a MasterCard or Visa credit card, or have your bank account automatically debited using the account information found at the bottom of your paper checks. You can set up recurring giving as well.  

Have a Question about My First Pres?
If you have a question about My First Pres, contact the site administrator, Michelle Adams-Fooshee, by sending an e-mail to  

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