First Presbyterian Church, Jacksonville, FL

First Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville

Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Jacksonville, Florida. We hope you will take a few minutes to explore our website and see what we are all about, here in downtown Jacksonville, Florida. Our vision is To Know and Serve Christ.  Our Mission is to make disciples and equip them for ministry.  In everything we do, we make it our aim to point all people and all ministries to Jesus.  New visitors will want to take a moment to read more about our Core Values.  Rev. Robert L. Morris, Jr., the staff and congregation of FPC invite you to join us for weekly worship, special events and/or services throughout the year.



 Celebrating 175 years of Worship!

FPC-Ornament2Next year, 2015, our church, First Presbyterian Church of Jacksonville will be celebrating its 175th birthday! In honor of this milestone, we have commissioned a commemorative Christmas ornament. Cost of the ornaments is $12.00 each.  They are for sale in Covenant Hall each Sunday following worship or in the church office weekdays. What a wonderful way to remember FPC this year and in the years to come!




 Every Sunday Worship                 10:30 AM

     Sermon Series – “The Life of Samuel”;

     Rev. Dr. Robert L. Morris, Jr., Sr. Pastor

Join us each Sunday morning at 10:30 am for worship. Rev. Morris will be speaking on the life of Samuel.



 Important Update on FPC’s Transfer to ECOEco logo

For over 2 years, First Presbyterian Church has been following the Presbytery of St. Augustine’s gracious dismissal process with the goal of transferring from the PC(USA) to ECO  – A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians. We have now finished the negotiations and received a letter from the Presbytery stating the terms of dismissal.  To read this letter please click here .  There is scheduled a vote of the congregation to approve the terms of dismissal on Sunday morning, January 4. To read the Notice of the Advisory Vote please click click here. The Advisory Vote results were: 196 in support of the transfer,  7 votes against the transfer and 1 abstention.  The Presbytery will vote on the transfer at their winter meeting on February 7.





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