We're easy to find in Downtown Peoria

 116 NE Perry Ave., Peoria, IL

Worship Times

Traditional Worship  |  Sunday, 8:30 & 11:15 AM
Renew (Contemporary  Worship)  |  Sunday, 9:45 AM
Renuevo (Bilingual Worship - Spanish, English)  |  Sunday, 11:15 AM

Worship, Fellowship, and Bible Study | Wednesday, 6PM

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Journey to Healthy Discipleship

"I believe you'll find us to be a place where you can find the love and grace of Jesus, and the encouragement of a church family and friends. This is a place where we are all challenged to make a difference." Rev. Dr. Tim Ozment, Directing Pastor

Go HIGHER with many worship opportunities.
Explore the different style worship services available at Peoria First, including  traditional, Renew (contemporary), Renuévo (bilingual), and Alive (Loaves & Fish) services.
We're going WIDER in outreach beyond the walls of the church.
Learn  about the Foster Gallery (fine arts gallery), Loaves & Fish feeding ministry,  Buddy Ministries at Lincoln K-8 School, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, and more.
Getting CLOSER in fellowship means learning to care for one another.
This page will introduce you to caring ministries such as GriefShare, Stephens Ministry, and Caring Hearts.
Go DEEPER in your faith as you draw closer to God through spiritual practices. This section will detail  our small group ministry, Sunday School classes, Children and  Youth Ministries and our library.

GET TO KNOW US

Click the GET TO KNOW US button to explore a brief, five-video series produced by Pastor Tim Ozment to help you get to know us better. You'll learn more about our ethic of going HIGHER, WIDER, CLOSER, and DEEPER, plus explore the rich and interesting history of our ministry work in Peoria.

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