Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Little Rock.  
“By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.”  John 13:35
Our congregation has been worshiping in downtown Little Rock for nearly 200 years.  Although we have experienced many changes through the years, one thing is constant:  God’s steadfast love for us and call to us to show the same steadfast love to our neighbors.  We strive to bear witness to this love through our worship service, our life as a church family, and our involvement in our community.
Worship is the center of our lives together.  Through worship we enter into a conversation with God as we pray and listen to the spoken Word of God as a congregation.  We celebrate worship as an opportunity to equip and energize ourselves for the lives of service we are called to live.  We worship in a traditional style, surrounded by blessings from prior generations of faithful church members:  a beautiful John P. Almand sanctuary, hand-made stained-glass windows, and a Nichols & Simpson organ.
Worship begins every Sunday at 11:00 a.m.  We celebrate the Eucharist weekly.
*****During COVID-19, check out our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/firstpres to follow and watch videos and participate in service. Bulletins can be found at Service Materials.*****
First Presbyterian Church is a family.  We eat together, laugh together, work together, and pray together.  We support each other through life’s joys and sorrows, successes and failures.  We guide our children on their faith journeys.  
Whether you are full of answers or full of questions, you are welcome here.  Whether you are secure in your faith or not sure you have any faith at all, you are welcome here.  Whether you are full of love or not sure that you are lovable, you are welcome here.  Whatever your age, race, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, or gender identity, we would love to welcome you to our family!
We recognize the call to be a beacon of God’s love, justice, and mercy in downtown Little Rock.  For almost 50 years, we have answered this call by being the home of The Stewpot, which serves 150 hot meals each weekday to whoever comes through door.  We also share our space with Community Resource Technicians, which provides homebuyer education programs, and Center for Artistic Revolution.

We are a Matthew 25 congregation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) 


The beautiful church that feeds people.

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