New to FPC?
Welcome to First Presbyterian Church of Salisbury, NC! We are a place where God’s love is alive for mission. We take care of one another, whether that be inside our church family, in Salisbury and Rowan County, or out in the US and the world.
Join us on Sundays for worship at 8:30 am in Lewis Hall or at 11:00 am in the Sanctuary. We also offer a livestream of our 11:00 am service online on Facebook and YouTube on Sundays.
Typically, we worship in two styles: Traditional Worship with organ and choir in the Sanctuary and Contemporary with our praise band in our multi-purpose building's Lewis Hall. Both are excellent.
If you’re interested in learning more about First Presbyterian, or getting connected, email one of our Pastors. You can find their bios and contact information HERE.
Virtual Sunday School and In-person classes are also available, reach out to our Interim Director of Christian Formation, Angela Galloway.
"I feel the Holy Spirit here, my heart swells when I’m listening
to the sermon or hearing the exquisite music...
but mostly I feel IT when I’m in the fellowship of my church family.
I’m not native to Salisbury, but I feel home thanks to First Pres."
"This church spiritually feeds our family. From the children's faith formation programs to the adult Sunday School classes and the worship services.
We love our church and our church family."
Ryan, Meredith & Cam Honeycutt
Where do I park?
We have a parking lot off of W Innes St. Street parking is allowed on S Fulton, W Fisher, and S Jackson streets.
What times are the services?
8:30 in Lewis Hall
11:00 in the Sanctuary
11:00 livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook.
Sunday School is offered for ages K-5th Grades and Adults, contact the church office for more information.
9:45 Sunday School, In-person, and hybrid classes.
How do I get a copy of a sermon or bulletin?
Bulletins and worship videos for the current month are posted on our website. Archived copies of worship videos are found on our YouTube channel.
When is communion celebrated?
Communion is celebrated several times throughout the year. We will announce communion the week before so those at home will have time to prepare bread and juice. You can partake as you watch online.