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Our mission is "to be a caring community of God's people who live by Christ's teachings, reach out to others to share the love of God, and celebrate the good news of Jesus Christ through worship, prayer, thought, and action."

We would delight in having you join us for Sunday Worship at 10:00 a.m!  All are welcome.  And for our Mission Breakfast.  And for Adult Education.  And the Book Study.  Well, you get the picture.  You are welcome.



The First Presbyterian Church here in Pardeeville, WI, has a rich history. The church was founded in 1857 and is a registered historical site. 









Contact Information

First Presbyterian Church of Pardeeville
105 South Main St.
Mail: P.O. Box 660
Pardeeville, Wisconsin 53954
Phone (608)429-2646


  • Lent Is ...

    A Season of the Heart

              Lent is a gift to the Church. In the season, we are invited to prepare ourselves to take in the miracle of the Resurrection. In the early Church, it was set apart for people getting ready to join the Church. Easter was Baptism Day, and you had 40 days to get ready.

              It has always involved surrendering things. We give up things that cloud our view. Most of them are in our heads, in our preoccupations, in our involvement in the world. We clear the way for God to find our hearts, and for us to receive the gift.

              And so, we remove barriers to love. The noises that distract us, the anxieties that consume us, we remove, perhaps one at a time. At the end, our hearts are open, to Maundy Thursday, to Good Friday, to Easter Vigil, to the Day of Resurrection.

              To symbolize this visually, keep your eyes on the floral arrangement in the chancel. Its dark, subtle colors, bespeak the things that cloud our inner vision. They will diminish, slowly, through the season, until the chancel is bare, and our hearts are open. Let this be a prayer window for you, as you move through this holy season.


    March 17th Wesleyan Church 6 pm

    March 24th First Presbyterian Church 6 pm

    March 31st Grace Presbyterian Church 6 pm

    April 7th Pardeeville United Methodist Church 6 pm

    April 14th St. Mary’s Catholic Church 6 pm

    April 18th Maundy Thursday 7 pm in the Fellowship Hall

    April 19th Good Friday, North Scott Baptist Church 12pm

    April 19th Good Friday Tenebrae Service 7 pm Pardeeville United Methodist Church

  • Change of Category Title

    As material comes in that we want to place on our website, we sometimes need to reorganize a bit.  Judy's granddaughter Madison has written a very insightful essay about Alzheimer's, and we wanted to share it here.  In order to do that, we had to find a place for it.  Since we couldn't find a place, we made one.  We have changed "Fellowship" to include "Congregational Life", and that's where you will find Madison's essay.  Thanks, Judy, for sharing this with us.

  • The Kellys in Mexico

    See "Fellowship/Congregational Life"

  • New Book for Sunday Morning Study Group!

    The Sunday morning book study group is now discussing Hope and Other Superpowers, by John Pavlovitz.  The group meets at 9:00.  Hope to see you then! 

  • Mission Brunch

    The next Mission Brunch will be May 19.  Hope you will join us! 

  • Book Club

    The next book selection is She Walks These Hills by Sharyn McCrumb, and will be discussed on Thursday, April 25 at 6:30 PM at Dino's Restaurant in Portage.  Contact Lila Waldman for more information.

  • Greeters/Ushers

    Mar. 24
         Ron & Sandy Pulver
    Mar. 31 & April 7
         Trudy Burkert & Don Honaker
    April 14 & 21
         Judy Skaar & Chris Kelly


  • Lay Liturgist

    Mar. 24 -- Jean Porter
    Mar. 31 -- Audrey Holt-Grosnick
    April 7 -- Sandy Pulver
    April 14 -- Lila Waldman

   March 2019   

Upcoming Events





Vanessa's hours
4:30 PM to 7:30 PM


Adult Study Group
9:00 AM to 9:50 AM
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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