The latest on First Plains' Response

Our Sunday, May 24 service will be online. Join us at 9:45am.

Click here to watch.

We will keep our church family posted on all the most important information, scheduling, and ways to change your world through the power of the Holy Spirit and practically showing the grace and love of Jesus Christ.

Latest Updates


  • Starting Sunday, May 31, we will have TWO services. One at 9:30am and a second at 11:00am. 
  • We'll be taking precautions recommended by the county and state. 
  • There will be THREE ways to participate: our pre-recorded service on our YouTube channel or website, in person in the Fellowship Hall at 9:30 or 11:00, or in the parking lot on your car radio at 97.3FM. 
  • There will be NO NURSERY or childcare during the two services.


  • We will recognize our graduates this Sunday during our online service. It will be a special time of encouragement and blessing for our graduating seniors.
  • We are still working with local and state officials to determine when we will meet in-person again. Thank you for your prayers as we navigate.


  • Sunday, May 10 we will have a Drive-In for our Mother's Day service. Come ready to have a great time!
  • We ARE working on plans for VBS. We are certain we will do SOMETHING, but we're working out the details right now including a date. Be in prayer for our VBS team as we work through it.


  • Sunday, May 3 we will have our services online.
  • Sunday, May 10 we will have a Drive-In for our Mother's Day service. 
  • We are working with our local government to discuss the soonest we will be able to meet in person and decide on all precautions we will take to protect our community. 
  • A survey to collect information from our church family is online. Click here to share your thoughts.
  • To participate in our online services, simply go to our "Listen" page. Simply click on "Connect" and then "Listen." The latest service will be listed there. You can even listen to past messages.

  • Serving our Oikos

    Our deacons continue their work of serving widows and sharing Patrick's burden of care for those who are sick. Our small group leaders are asked to check in, encourage, pray for, and mobilize their people to serve their OIKOS however they can. This is an INCREDIBLE opportunity for the Church to shine. If you know of anyone in need of assistance in any way, please let us know. We hope the be the mobilized Church every day.

  • We continue to bring back to God what He has already given us. Since we will not be able to gather together, you have many simple avenues for giving. First, you can mail a check to our church office. Second, you can give online using our secure, simple online tool. Simply use your debit card. Third, you can use the same giving tool to transfer money from your checking account. You can even set up a recurring gift.

  • Staying Connected

    There are multiple ways to stay connected:

    • This website (and this page specifically) will be updated as new information and developments happen. 
    • We send an email each week with the most important information. You can easily subscribe by clicking here.
    • You can call our office (806.456.3661), email our staff, or call our mobile phones. We are here to keep you equipped to serve your OIKOS. Let us know how we can serve you.
    • We send out texts to our church family when information needs to be quickly delivered. If you would like to be added to this texting service, simply click here and fill out this information. You an easily unsubscribe anytime.
    • Our Facebook page is updated regularly. You can see our posts whether or not you have a Facebook account. You can find it by searching "First Plains" or going to