ONE CHURCH FAMILY...tWO LOCATIONS...THREE WORSHIP sTYLES
Welcome to First Church! First Church is a little different than most in the Butler area as we have two separate campuses for worship: Downtown andRt. 8.
The Downtown Campus (200 E. North St.) is a traditional, reverent, worship space with the iconic sanctuary, stained glass and music. Services are held here on Saturday evenings at 6 pm, and Sundays at 9:15 am. Children's Ministry is held upstairs on the 3rd floor during the Sunday service.
The Route 8 Campus, 1802 N. Main St. Ext., Butler, is home to two styles of worship:
Worship with God's Country at 7 pm on Saturday evenings. Country gospel music leads to toe tappin' and hand clappin'. You will love it!
Crossfire is the contemporary service of First Church and takes place on Sundays at 10:30 am. Stop by the cafe to grab a coffee before worship or take the kiddos to Children's Ministry, which is also held at 10:30.
The Downtown Campus is a traditional, reverant, worship space with the iconic sanctuary, stained glass and music. This is the heart of First Church, located in downtown Butler.
God's Country is a lively and energetic place to worship! It is a place to clap your hands and tap your toes! Cowboy boots are acceptable! You can worship with God's Country at the Rt. 8 Campus, 1802 N. Main St. Ext., Butler.
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