Easter Week Schedule

This week we have a special schedule for Easter.  Please click below for the full details. Our Easter Sunday worship service will be at 10:00 am, and there will be no Sunday School on Easter Sunday.

Transition Process Update (December)

Since being dedicated in September, the Pastor Nominating Committee has been working diligently to complete the first step in the Pastor search – the church Mission Study.  The Mission Study will be presented to session for approval at their January meeting.

New Website

Our new website is now live, though there may be some ongoing issues for the next few days.  Thank you for your patience during this process!

Transition Process Update


The church is taking the next steps in the transition process with the election of a Pastor Nominating Committee.  These nine people must first conduct a Mission Study and prepare a Ministry Information Form in order to begin the search for the next pastor.

New Sunday Schedule


Mark your calendar and set your alarms!  The new Sunday schedule goes into effect this week (September 20, 2015).  The new schedule is as follows: 9:00AM Church School 10:00AM Worship 11:00AM Fellowship Time

YES! Worship videos ARE available onl...

At the tab for “Services” on the far right top of this page you’ll find a drop down menu which includes the option to “watch service online.” When you choose that option, the most recent worship service will appear, ready to view. To watch previous services, choose “playlist” in the upper left corn of that box and select […]

Like us on Facebook!

Yes, find us on Facebook at “First Presbyterian Church of Idaho Falls” to learn about events and activities, view photos, and connect with us. During this transitional time, we’re expanding and updating the ways we communicate.

325 Elm Street
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402
(208) 523-0501

Sunday Schedule

Sunday School for All 9:00 AM
Worship 10:00 AM
Fellowship Time 11:00 AM

Recent Facebook Posts

Angel Bike now stands at site as memorial to Anne Davies. ...

Anne Davis' "Angel Bike" was placed at the scene of the avoidable calamity on highway 26 that took Anne Davis' young life and seriously injured Sarah Stark. The "Angel Bike" will be a reminder to motorist heading into Idaho Falls to use caution and share the road with bicyclists. Anne's Bike & Build friends left messages to Anne on her "Angel Bike" Thank you, Brian Hobbs for your passion to this cause.

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To all who helped us host and support Bike & Build in any way last week - these messages left on whiteboards on 3rd floor are for you. Thank you! ...

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