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On Sunday, February 4, 2024, First Presbyterian Church of Napa suffered significant damage to its roof and sanctuary when northern California was hit with a significant rain and wind storm. Rains totaled more than 2 inches and some winds were clocked at more than 60 miles an hour. The storm caused several sections of traditional copper roofing to blow off the roof exposing the interior sanctuary; the sanctuary received water and wind damage to the floor, walls, pews, stained glass windows, and interior fixtures.

The Church will host their worship service in the Fellowship Hall (gym) each Sunday morning at 10 a.m. PT until the roof and sanctuary repairs are completed. Access to the gym is from the north side of the church directly across from the Uptown Theatre. In the meantime, the Presbyterian Day School, weekly classes, and support services will continue to be available to the community.

It is anticipated that repairs, remediation and renovation to the roof and sanctuary will be completed by summer 2024 or before.   For more information, please visit FPC website, call 707-224-8693, or stop by at 1333 Third St., Napa, CA 94559.  General office and staff hours are Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. PT – 5 p.m. PT.

If you are interested in giving to the repair, renovation and remediation of the church roof and sanctuary, please visit the Giving page of the FPC website: https://fpcnapa.org/give.

Please check back here for more updates!

First Presbyterian Church of Napa celebrated two meaningful milestones in our history when, on April 30, 2023, we recognized the 170th Anniversary since its founding by church members sent to Napa to establish a Presbyterian “society” in northern California. Historical tours and refreshments were offered on Sunday, April 30, 2023, from 9-10 am., with Worship following at 10am.

We also celebrated and recognized the 155th year since installation of a hand-forged tower bell in 1868; its initial cost was $600 and carried a one-year warranty.  The bell still rings today and will rang out 155 times to commemorate this special day in its history.

Thank you for joining us for this special celebration.

Check out the Napa Valley Register pictures and news article HERE.