At First Presbyterian Church, visitors are very important to us. We want you to feel welcome in our church home, even if you've never been to a church before!

You will be neither singled out or pressured in any way, but welcomed into a place where all who want to learn more about Christ or who want to share their love for Jesus with others are welcome. We've listed a few things on these pages that will make your first visit (and hopefully many visits after that!) easier. If you have any questions about anything about our church in general, please give us a call at 904-354-8439. Feel free to connect with us virtually at our Face Book page to view live-stream videos HERE or our BlogTalkRadio channel to listen HERE.

Sunday Morning Service Times

  • Worship: 10:30 am
  • Sunday School: 9:30 am

What to Expect

Our weekly worship service gathers at 10:30 am in our Sanctuary, a space rich with our church’s heritage and historic expressions of artistry. Stained glass, light-filled architecture, choral and organ music and a liturgical journey are part of how we illustrate our worship and celebrate God. Music during worship consists of praise songs and hymns.

What About the Kids

Children are invited to the front of the church for a special message during the service – after this special time, newborns through 2 years old will be led to the nursery and children 3 years old - 5th grade will be led to Children’s Worship.   Here they are taught in age groups an extension of our Sunday morning Kidz Klub learning time (9:30am), reinforcing our Bible lesson through role playing, relevant games and activities. We also serve them a light snack.

There is also a nursery provided for babies too young to attend Sunday School or worship beginning at 9:30 am.

Where to Park

We are located at 118 E. Monroe St., Jacksonville, FL 32202

Parking downtown can be tricky during the week, but on the weekend you may park in our parking lot on the east side of the block, or in any of the parking lots that surround the church.  There is ample street parking, which is free, on Sundays.  There is a team of men available curbside each Sunday morning to help anyone who may need extra assistance getting into the building.