Who We Are
Our Team & Leadership
First Presbyterian Church is led collaboratively by a team of called leaders who work together to ensure we are doing our best to “cultivate hearts for Jesus from the heart of downtown.” We believe that all ministry (paid and lay ministry) is a calling that comes from God, who empowers each of us to unique service according to our gifts and personalities. By working together, we maximize the potential of these gifts for Kingdom-building effort!
Director of Online Ministries
Paul Fullylove joined FPC just before the Covid-19 lockdown started….what a great time to be Online!
Paul Fullylove is a multi-talented individual with a diverse background. He served in the United Kingdom’s Air Force before obtaining a degree in photography and marketing. He has worked with various designers and record labels, and later transitioned to a career in IT Sales and Marketing. Throughout his career, he has lived and traveled in different countries, including Nicaragua, Venezuela, France, and Spain.
In 2017, Paul joined FPC as the Director of Online Ministries, where he is responsible for creating and running the tech for the entire organization. He is a skilled photographer, sound engineer, videographer, and content creator, and has been instrumental in improving the church’s online presence and quality. He has created numerous videos of the church’s musicians and continues to provide an online service every week, even throughout the pandemic.
In addition to his professional accomplishments, Paul is also a highly regarded and successful soccer coach. If you see him dressed like he’s off to a game, chances are he is!
Paul Fullylove’s favorite verse is John 13:34, which says, “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another, even as I have loved you, that you also love one another.” This verse highlights the importance of love and how it should be at the center of our relationships with others. Jesus, who lived a life of selfless love and service, is instructing us to follow his example and to love one another in the same way that he loves us. This verse is a call to action and a reminder of the kind of love that should characterize our lives as followers of Jesus.