First Presbyterian Church

A congregation of
The Presbyterian Church in Canada

Christ calls us to be faithful disciples who strive to be:

              • joyful in our worship
              • tender in our life together
              • daring in our outreach

First Church is now open
for in-person worship at 10:30 a.m.

We will also continue to livestream services online.

Important News: We have switched to YouTube
for our livestreamed worship services on Sundays at 10:30 am.
Watch this introductory video to find out more
and how you can continue to participate
in worship online with First Church.

Here is the Order of Service for Sunday, Sept. 12


Benefit Concert
Featuring Gabe Omolida on piano

First Presbyterian Church Presents "Gabe Omolida on Piano" - a Benefit Concert in support of the First Church Refugee Sponsorship Project

The Covid-19 Pandemic has slowed down the arrival of our refugee family from South Sudan, but we are continuing to raise money to support the Matthiang/Thiey family during their first year in Canada. We are more than half way to our goal of $60,000, but need to keep up the momentum so that we are ready to welcome them when they come. Gabe Omolida has kindly put together a piano recital for us to enjoy, share, and respond to with our thankful gifts for this mission of hospitality.

At age 9, Gabe Omolida started taking piano lessons, following the program of the
Royal Conservatory of Music in Canada. His passion for music made him pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance with a Major in Piano.

Currently he is going into his fourth year of undergraduate studies at the University of Regina. During the school year, Gabe is an active member of the Halcyon Choir and the University of Regina’s Chamber Choir. He teaches piano to younger kids and also accompanies for other music students. He has been a member of First Presbyterian Church since 2011, and is a Music Scholar and on the Music Team. Being deeply involved with the musical aspect at First Church, he often plays for the worship services and accompanies the choirs, as well as sings in them. Gabe Omolida plans to continue his studies in music in hopes of becoming both a university professor and a performer.

The concert will feature music by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin and Lili Boulanger. You're invited to watch on YouTube (link will be provided soon) on Sunday, June 13th at 7:00 pm (or later, as the concert will stay up on the site).

Your freewill offering for the First Church Refugee Sponsorship Project will be
deeply appreciated. Send an e-transfer to
with a note that it is designated for "Refugee Sponsorship"
or send a cheque to 2170 Albert Street, Regina, SK S4P 2T9.


Be sure to read the September newsletter!

2170 Albert Street, Regina, Saskatchewan     S4P 2T9
Phone: (306) 522-9571
Fax: (306) 522-2178

Minister: Rev. Amanda Currie


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