Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Little Rock.  We hope you will find us warm and friendly people. We believe that God has called us to be a servant people. Our ministry is one of understanding, forgiveness and compassion in our community and in the world. 

Our mission is to seek to live as God’s people. In our shared journey of faith, we attempt to live out what we claim to be and to acknowledge God’s claim upon our lives. As a reformed Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) we do this in the following ways: 

WorshipThe center of our congregational life is worship of God as revealed in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. Encountering God through prayer, preaching, music and the sacraments empowers the congregation to serve in the community and the world. 

ServiceAs a downtown congregation, we seek to be faithful to our call to service as a small congregation within this urban environment. Using the resources that God has given us we commit ourselves to our location at 800 Scott Street. We are committed to service through providing space and resources for non-profit community service organizations serving the poor and the oppressed of the city. We are committed to advocacy for and service on behalf of people in need in the city of Little Rock. As we are able, we will provide space and resources to nonprofit community organizations that serve the city. 

Congregational Care and FellowshipWe support each other in times of crisis, illness, grief and uncertainty and celebrate with each other moments of joy and happiness. Our life as a congregation includes social opportunities for people to gather and play, eat, sing and talk. The congregation comes from all parts of the county to celebrate the joy of urban life by taking part together in cultural and political events in the city.

Education Education is a significant aspect of our life. Our education program attempts to provide a balance of educational opportunities in biblical literacy, theological study and the history of our faith as it has evolved from ancient times through the reformation and into our present day. We attempt to understand where this faith has led us and what it means to be a Christian in today's fragmented world.

We invite you to take part in this ministry with us.  Please join us at our weekly service at 11:00 a.m. each Sunday or call the church office at 501-372-1804.