First Presbyterian Church



First Presbyterian Church of Marshalltown supports many missions through financial contributions, prayer, correspondence and volunteer support.

House of Compassion
Our church family supports the Soup Kitchen, Homeless Shelter, Supply Closet, and Back-to-school project.

FRBFoods Resource Bank
Teaming financial resources for seed and other input costs with farmers' labor and equipment, the crop is sold for cash and the resulting funds are used to support Christian groups in Africa who teach the nationals sustainable farming methods. Visit the website.

Bible Broadcast Network
Christian translator stations. Visit

Follow Hard Ministries
Becky LinnFOLLOW HARD Ministries is a music and teaching ministry which equips and encourages people to embrace Christ and follow hard after Him. Formerly Lynn and Becky Ministries, Becky Linn is available to lead women's conferences, vacations Bible Schools and worship conferences. For more information visit

A number of local churches and youth leaders are united in a major effort to produce spiritiual maturity in the youth of the Marshalltown community.

Turkana Missions—Dan and Christine Sheeler
Located in the Turkana district of Kenya, the Sheelers evangelize and have planted nearly 100 churches as well as disciple church members.

STEM Ministries—Haiti and Jamaica
Ray and Sandra Van der Pol serve as missionaries in Haiti and Michelle Roginette is founder of Robin's Nest, a home for abandoned children in Jaimaica. First Presbyterian Church of Marshalltown has sent mission teams to each of these countries.

Rev. David Githii and El Gibbor Ministries
David is the former moderator of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa which includes the countries of Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. After competing his term as Moderator, David has begun a new ministries entitled El Gibbor Ministries which seeks to devotedly carry the Evangelism, Intercessory Prayer, and Training mantle as stated in the Great Commission in Matthew 28:16-19. Learn more at



Marshalltown Caring Center
A "recycling" center where good used clothing, household items, and appliances are donated to needy people.