Pastor Tom Willcox

How does God want us to grow as His disciples? In this sermon series, Pastor Tom helps us understand 6 ways we can measure our growth as disciples of Jesus. We trust that God will help you grow as you engage with these worship services. 


Easter Season Sermons

The Resurrection of Jesus changed everything. New life, freedom from sin, a heart that beats for God- these blessings are ours now because of Jesus. Watch, and be blesssed! 

Tips for the Journey

Life is a journey, and often life is hard. It's a good thing that God has given us His Word to guide us along the journey. In these sermons, you'll hear wisdom from God's Word and from Pastor Tom. 

Spring 2021 Topical Sermons

In these topical sermons, Pastor Tom addresses current issues, popular topics, and various subjects about which God is teaching our church family. We pray they bless you, too!


More than anything else, First Presbyterian Church wants you to encounter God's presence in worship. The primary way that God meets with people is through the Bible. For that reason, we read, pray, sing, preach, listen to, and obey the Bible because it's God's actual words given to us. We pray that God would use His Word and these worship services to speak to you, to encourage you, and to bring you closer to Him. Reach out and let us know how we can better serve you. We can't wait to meet you! 


Rev. Tom Willcox

Lead Pastor

Pastor Tom became a Christian as a highschool student and was actively involved in Campus Crusade for Christ (now CRU) and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship through the end of his college years. After a few years in the business world, Pastor Tom received a call to full-time pastoral ministry. He is married to Raylene, who is an RN and an ECO pastor and currently runs the Palliative Care department at Cox Branson. Tom and Raylene love spending time with their children and grandchildren and their two dogs Abby and Lasha. 

Rev. Dustin Ray

Assistant Pastor for Family Outreach

Pastor Dustin grew up in Springfield, MO and spent many summer vacations in Branson. He graduated from Evangel University and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, studying Biblical Hebrew and Greek, Theology, and ancient history. He and his wife, Debbie, married in 2009 and have three children: Abigail, Judah, and Ezra. Dustin still rides BMX bikes, listens to hardcore music, loves research and writing, and enjoys helping his family seek and savor King Jesus.


The Biblical Foundation of our Preaching