Serving in Our Community

Central DuPage Pastoral Counseling Center

The center provides comprehensive and affordable counseling, educational, mediation, group counseling, and marriage and family services.

Donna Lapetina email


Christmas Sharing

In December, a consortium of area churches collaborates to share the Christmas spirit with local needy families. Piles of clothing, household goods, shoes, and toys are assembled at each church to distribute to the families who have been invited to participate. Along with these items, each child receives a new toy, and each family receives a large box of food. This is a community-wide event and many donations are needed to make this program happen.

Focusing on families in Wheaton-Warrenville School District 200, the entire program serves over 600 families. First Presbyterian is one of the location where families come to participate. Our church invites over 100 families to "shop" in the Ministry Center. Volunteers sort the donations, prepare food boxes and assist during the distribution. Our mission is to provide a Christian connection to these needy families while we help clothe and feed them.

Tanya Downing email


ESSE (Ecumenical Support Services for the Elderly)

ESSE provides adult day care - active, life-enriching experiences for elderly persons.

Donna Boyd email


Exodus World Service

Exodus World Service provides friendship and assistance to recent refugees in our area.

Office email


Interfaith Food Pantry

The Interfaith Food Pantry provides food and personal care items to persons in need. First Pres collects donations in church throughout the year.

Church Office email


Interfaith Relations

Reaching out to other faith communities in order to celebrate our similarities while learning, understanding and being compassionate about our differences.

Interfaith Dialogue email


J.U.S.T Service

Services to inmates of the DuPage County Jail are offered through Bible study, GED training, and one-on-one counseling.

Barbara Huszagh email


Kemmerer Village

Save your food labels to help provide equipment for this Presbyterian child care agency in Assumption, Illinois.

Kate Hinson email


Marklund Charities

Infants, children, and adults with severe developmental disabilities reach their potential with Marklund Charities.

Becky Kienzle email


NAMI DuPage (National Alliance for the Mentally Ill)

NAMI provides support, advocacy and education to improve the quality of life for individuals with mental illness and their families.

Jean Rosen email


Northern Illinois Food Bank

The Northern Illinois Food Bank helps individuals in need by providing food for distribution to local food pantries.

Church Office email


Older Adults

This ministry partnership with Outreach Community Center requires two home visits per month, providing companionship and assistance to isolated seniors in Carol Stream.

Rachel Abbott email


Outreach Community Ministries

OCM puts Christian faith into responsible action through holistic community service - providing counseling, education and spiritual ministries for children, youth and adults.

Church Office email


Roseland “Good News” Day Care Center

This day care initiative has provided Christ centered child care for single, teen moms so they can stay in school. They provide diapers, milk, food, and clothing for the children and their moms. The moms agree to attend Bible Study on Fridays.

Jan Foster email


PADS (Public Action to Deliver Shelter)

PADS provides education, assistance and temporary shelter for homeless individuals and families. You can prepare food or provide hospitality at our local PADS site.

Anthony Lechiara email


People’s Resource Center

There are many volunteer opportunities to provide services to those in need by encouraging self-help, self-sufficiency, and self-worth.

Church Office email


Senior Home Sharing Inc.

This organization assists older persons in living happy and secure lives by providing family-style group homes.

Church Office email


Transitional Housing

First Pres provides housing for families in transition in our home on Madison Street. There are additional opportunities to provide assistance with mentoring and self-development goals, transportation, and maintenance assistance for needy families.

Chet Henry email


"I have been going to First Pres my entire life. It is like my second home in more ways than one."

Jesslyn C.

  • Summer Worship 9:30 a.m.

  • Adult Education 10:45 a.m.

    Sunday School will resume in September

  • Childcare

    Childcare for infants - 4 year olds is available throughout the morning

First Presbyterian
Church of Wheaton

715 North Carlton Avenue 
Wheaton, Illinois 60187-4020
phone: 630-668-5147
fax: 630-668-5187
office@firstpreswheaton.org
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