Located in the Finger Lakes of western New York, First Presbyterian Church of Hector was organized on September 15, 1809 with seven members. The current sanctuary was constructed nine years later. The congregation was composed principally of farmers who had settled in this new frontier. As the congregation grew, the sanctuary underwent several major renovations. In 1931-32 a fellowship hall, kitchen, and basement with Sunday school rooms was added.
Today, we are a vibrant congregation who respond to the call of the Holy Spirit, who gather weekly to worship God, who grow in faith through Christian education and prayer, and who follow our Lord Jesus Christ by reaching out to our members and friends, our community, and the world.