First Presbyterian Church, Beloit

Together, as a family serving Christ's community with love, joy, and peace.

321 E. Main

P.O. Box 603

Beloit, KS  67420

Phone: 785-738-3091


321 East Main, Beloit, KS  67420

Worship Service:


10:30 a.m.

Child Care Provided


Bible Study:

Fridays 8-9 a.m.

Church Parlor


Shelby often shares her musical talents at the nursing home services..


     FPC of Beloit members carry the Word into the world through involvement in mission opportunities.  We financially support missions as a church through the Presbytery of Northern Kansas (PNK) and as individuals.  Projects supported in 2010-2011 included relief efforts in Haiti, tornados in Joplin, MO, and in Reading, KS.  Opportunities for adults and youth hands-on mission trips are coordinated through PNK.

Local Mission Opportunities

BMA Missions

     The Beloit Ministerial Association, an organization made up of churches in and around Beloit, organizes and supports local missions.  Among these include the Mitchell County Food Pantry open year around to provide emergency assistance to those in need, an Angel Tree to ensure less fortunate children have a Christmas gift, and a community Christmas Program. 

     FPC has scheduled days that members help staff the Food Pantry and non-perishable items are collected at the church and taken to the Food Pantry on a continuous basis.  Each year members are encouraged to select an angel from the Angel tree.  Members from the FPC join the community orchestra and/or choir to present the annual Christmas Program.

Nursing Home Services—Hilltop Lodge

     FPC participates in a rotation of weekly church services at the local nursing home along with other Mitchell County Churches.  This service includes a short message by the Pastor, special music from FPC members, and/or group singing.


Post Rock Cancer Support Group

     Several members of FPC serve on the steering committee of a cancer support group that provides support and education for cancer survivors in the area.  The church provides the church parlor for these nondenominational meetings that are held the first Thursday of each month and are open to any cancer survivor and/or caregiver of a cancer survivor.

Media Mission

     FPC works with BMA in a rotation of radio messages aired on KVSV Radio and devotions in the Beloit Call once a week to help spread the message of the Gospel to the community.


Road to Recovery

     Several FPC members serve as drivers for the American Cancer Society Road to Recovery Program in Mitchell County.  This program provides free transportation for cancer survivors to doctor’s appointments and treatments.


Senior Housing & Service

     Members of the church serve on the local Senior Housing board.  Information on senior living in Mitchell County can be found at


Sterling College

     The FPC and the PW financially support Sterling College, Sterling, KS, a Presbyterian College.


Veteran Affairs

     Several FPC members are Veterans who are active in the local Veterans of Foreign Wars organization (VFW), an organization that supports soldiers, soldiers’ families, and fellow Veterans.

Jim and Shirley make a point at a recent Road to Recovery meeting.

FPC Sunday at Hilltop Lodge finds Deb giving a short message.


But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.

Acts 1:8

Bev gives workers help with preparing a bundle of food to be handed out.

Shirley, Nancy, and Jocile label food items that were brought to the food pantry.