The Presbyterian Church of Polson means different things to different people.
For its members and friends, it is a house of worship, a caring congregational family; a place for sharing joys and sorrows, triumphs and tragedies; a place for study; a setting for fellowship, potlucks, Christian education, and counseling; a place offering something in every phase of life – from birth to death.
For others, it is a building for community gatherings, committee meetings, music practice, therapy sessions, weddings, funerals, and receptions.
It is all of these and a landmark too — one of the oldest church buildings in western Montana.
First and foremost, however , the First Presbyterian Church of Polson is a worshipping, caring, loving congregational family of some 100 members and many active friends.
The congregation is the church. The building is the family’s church home.