Our pastor, Rev. Dr. Harold E. Kidd is a native of Oakland, California. He received a Doctorate of Ministry Degree from Howard University Divinity School in 1994 with an emphasis in Evangelism; Master of Divinity from San Francisco Theological Seminary in 1978; and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from San Francisco State University in 1974.
Prior to coming to FPCI, Dr. Kidd served as Senior Pastor of the Cherry Hill Community Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, MD. Our pastor has also served on staff as Interim Associate of Mission and Evangelism at First Presbyterian Church of Burlingame in Burlingame, CA and as Assistant Pastor of Sojourner Truth United Presbyterian Church in Richmond, CA. Pastor Kidd serves on the Congregational Life Committee of Pacific Presbytery, and The H. Eugene Farlough Chair Committee of San Francisco Theological Seminary in San Anslemo, CA.
Through the ministry of this web site, we invite you to share in the wonderful experience of what it means to be connected to a church family. We are a warm and friendly church seeking to model the love of Jesus. Many of our ministries and events are designed to be inclusive and intergenerational, bringing together the whole Body of Christ.
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We, the members of First Presbyterian Church of Inglewood, invite you, our friends and neighbors, to join us in worship of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We rely on God to bring you and us together. Founded in 1890, First Presbyterian is committed to fellowship with Christ and our richly diverse community. Holy Communion renews our souls and the music and praise of worship inspire us. Come be a part of our loving family of God and experience with us the presence of the Holy Spirit.
In Jesus’ death and resurrection, God has graciously and lovingly acted on our behalf. This reconciliation makes us want to tell the whole world about our good news. Christ’s life reveals what life is when the will of God is shown in human flesh. Accepting this grace makes our lives more fruitful so that we can share God’s love, peace, and justice with our neighbors.
Our guidance and nourishment come from the Bible. We treasure God’s words of forgiveness, and we work to heal the hurts that separate people from God and from each other. We believe in the sanctity and unity of all people, from every race and culture. Hope from the Bible and the preached Word of God moves us to reach out from the sanctuary to create a more just and loving society and to befriend our brothers and sisters who are lonely and needy.