The staff of First Presbyterian Church recommends these resources for those looking for help during this time. These include devotionals, prayers, and more encouraging words.

The Revised Common Lectionary  

  • Coinciding with the Liturgical Calendar, the Revised Common Lectionary pairs biblical texts with important dates in the Church year.

Pray As You Go

  • From our Jesuit brothers and sisters, this is a daily prayer session to help you pray whenever you find the time. Although some language might not be familiar to our Reformed ears, many have found comfort in the structure and approach of Ignatian prayer and spirituality.

PC(USA) Book of Common Worship  

  • The Book of Common Worship is an aide used to format and structure various worship services. Yet, it is so much more than an aide. Buried within its pages are theological treasures waiting to be unearthed. You might find comfort in a prayers of the people, or a communion liturgy might speak to your soul.

From the Presbyterian Outlook  

  • Not limited to children this exercise encourages all of us to remember activities that bring us comfort and reminds us that the peace and comfort Jesus extends to us can be found in those same activities.

PC(USA) Daily Prayer

“Our help is in the name of the LORD, who made heaven and earth.” -Psalm 124:8