First Presbyterian Church
Address:
213 Main Street
Clarksville, TN 37040


Phone: 931-645-6551

Email: fpcclarksville@gmail.com

Welcome!
With Christ as our Savior and Guide, we seek to know God's love and share it with each other, our community and the world. We invite you to join us in this journey of discipleship!

We welcome visitors to join us for weekly service. Service is held each Sunday morning at 10:00 am. Sunday School classes meet at 9:00 am.

Who We Are
Clarksville, Tennessee was incorporated in 1784. Dr. Gideon Blackburn, an itinerant Presbyterian minister, preached outdoors in a place south of Clarksville called Tompkins Grove. He organized First Presbyterian Church on May 25, 1822.

Today we have over 500 members worshiping God. We are part of the Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA). Here is a general guide to facts about the Presbyterian Church USA.

FPC Learning Center New Student Registration
  • The Learning Center serves homeschool students K-12 in a small group instructional setting. For more information about the FPC Learning Center, please visit our website at www.alctutoring.com.
  • To register call the Learning Center Office at 931-648-2665, or fill out the Registration Form by clicking the link below. You can submit the form by turning it in to the FPC Learning Center office located on the third floor of the Education Building or email the form to reports.alc@gmail.com.

What's Happening at First Presbyterian Church?
  • There are a variety of events that are happenning this month at First Presbyterian Church. We have events for all ages. Please check out our full list of events by accessing our Event Calendar. Preview some of our featured events below:
    • Saturday, September 11 - Community Concert
      Matt McNeill invites the congregation and community to a piano concert entitled "Sorrow, Rage, and Hope".
    • Saturday, September 14 - Bicentennial Symposium
      You do not want to miss this presentation of FPC's history within the context of forty years of rising tensions, civil war, and reconstruction in our town, denomination, and the nation.
    • Sunday, September 15 - Bicentennial Concert
      Come and hear music from the period of 1842-1882. This event is free and open to the public so invite your friends and neighbors.
    • Sunday, September 22 - FPC & Trinity Episcopal Combined Worship
      We are going to have a joint worship service with Trinity Episcopal in the Commons today. Dress will be casual. Bring a camp chair or blanket to sit in during the service and for the picnic to follow.
Upcoming Events/Calendar
The upcoming events and the monthly calendar can be found on this month's newsletter.

Service Opportunities
"You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength, and with all your mind; and your neighbor as yourself." Luke 10:27

Please click here to see service opportunities.